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Joseph C Burns
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Use of Plant Hydrocarbons as External Markers to Measure Voluntary Intake and Digestibility in Beef Steers -
Chavez, S.J., Huntington, G.B., Burns, J.C. 2011. Use of Plant Hydrocarbons as External Markers to Measure Voluntary Intake and Digestibility in Beef Steers. Journal of Animal Science. 139:245-251.
Delignification of Switchgrass Cultivars for Bioethanol Production -
Xu, J., Chen, Y., Cheng, J.J., Sharma-Shivappa, R.R., Burns, J.C. 2011. Delignification of Switchgrass Cultivars for Bioethanol Production. Bioresource Technology. 6:707-720.
Maturity and Regrowth Influences on Quality of Caucasian Bluestem Hay -
Burns, J.C. 2011. Maturity and Regrowth Influences on Quality of Caucasian Bluestem Hay. Crop Science. 51:1840-1849.
Use of Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy to Predict Intake and Digestibility in Bulls and Steers -
Huntington, G., Leonard, E.S., Burns, J.C. 2011. Use of Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy to Predict Intake and Digestibility in Bulls and Steers. Journal of Animal Science. 89:1163-1166.
Effects of Tall Fescue Forage Mass on Steer Ingestive Behavior and Performance -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Pond, K.R. 2011. Effects of Tall Fescue Forage Mass on Steer Ingestive Behavior and Performance. Crop Science. 51:1850-1864.
Steer Performance, Dry Matter Intake, Digesta Kinetics, and Pasture Characteristics of Switchgrass at Three Forage Masses -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Pond, K.R. 2010. Steer Performance, Dry Matter Intake, Digesta Kinetics, and Pasture Characteristics of Switchgrass at Three Forage Masses. Agronomy Journal. 103:337-350.
Advances in the Assessment of the Nutritive Value of Forages -
Burns, J.C. 2011. Advances in the Assessment of the Nutritive Value of Forages. Crop Science. 51:390-402.
Digestibility and intake of upland switchgrass cultivars -
Sanderson, M.A., Burns, J.C. 2010. Digestibility and intake of upland switchgrass cultivars. Crop Science: 50:2641-2648.
Effect of Replacing Total Mixed Ration with Pasture on Ruminal Fermentation -
Vibart, R.E., Burns, J.C., Fellner, V. 2010. Effect of Replacing Total Mixed Ration with Pasture on Ruminal Fermentation. Professional Animal Scientist. 26:435-442
Steer Performance and Pasture Productivity of Caucasian Bluestem at Three Forage Masses -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2010. Steer Performance and Pasture Productivity of Caucasian Bluestem at Three Forage Masses. Agronomy Journal. 102:834-842.
Lime Pretreatment of Switchgrass at Mild Temperatures for Ethanol Production -
Xu, J., Cheng, J.J., Sharma-Shivappa, R.R., Burns, J.C. 2010. Lime Pretreatment of Switchgrass at Mild Temperatures for Ethanol Production. Bioresource Technology. 101:2900-2903
Sodium Hydroxide Pretreatment of Switchgrass for Ethanol Production -
Xu, J., Cheng, J.J., Sharma-Shivappa, R.R., Burns, J.C. 2011. Sodium Hydroxide Pretreatment of Switchgrass for Ethanol Production. Energy and Fuels. 24:2113-2119.
Registration of Colony Switchgrass -
Burns, J.C., Godshalk, E., Timothy, D.H. 2010. Registration of Colony Switchgrass. Journal of Plant Registrations. 4:189-194.
Thermogravimetric characterization of irrigated bermudagrass as a combustion feedstock Reprint Icon -
Cantrell, K.B., Hunt, P.G., Ro, K.S., Stone, K.C., Vanotti, M.B., Burns, J.C. 2010. Thermogravimetric characterization of irrigated bermudagrass as a combustion feedstock. Trans. ASABE. 53(2):413-420.
Saccharification and Fermentation of Dilute-Acid-Pretreated Freeze-Dried Switchgrass -
Yang, Y., Sharma-Shivappa, R., Burns, J.C., Cheng, J.J. 2010. Saccharification and Fermentation of Dilute-Acid-Pretreated Freeze-Dried Switchgrass. Energy and Fuels. 23:5626-5635
Eastern Gamagrass Management for Pastures in the Mid-Atlantic Region: I. Animal Performance and Pasture Productivity -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2010. Eastern Gamagrass Management for Pastures in the Mid-Atlantic Region: I. Animal Performance and Pasture Productivity. Agronomy Journal. 102:171-178
Eastern Gamagrass Management for Pastures in the Mid-Atlantic Region: II. Diet and Canopy Characteristics and Stand Persistence -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2010. Eastern Gamagrass Management for Pastures in the Mid-Atlantic Region: II. Diet and Canopy Characteristics and Stand Persistence. Agronomy Journal. 102:179-186
Intake and Digestibility of Improved Selections of Tall Fescue and Orchardgrass Hays -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2010. Intake and Digestibility of Improved Selections of Tall Fescue and Orchardgrass Hays. Crop Science. 50:419-426
Intake, Digestibility and N Balance of Steers Fed Gamagrass Baleage Topdressed at Two Rates of N and Harvested at Sunset and Sunrise. -
Sauve, A.K., Hunington, G.G., Whisnant, C.S., Burns, J.C. 2010. Intake, Digestibility and N Balance of Steers Fed Gamagrass Baleage Topdressed at Two Rates of N and Harvested at Sunset and Sunrise. Crop Science. 50:427-437
Dilute Acid Pretreatment of Oven-dried Switchgrass Germplasms for Bioethanol Production -
Yang, Y., Sharma-Shivappa, R., Burns, J.C., Cheng, J. 2009. Dilute Acid Pretreatment of Oven-dried Switchgrass Germplasms for Bioethanol Production. Energy and Fuels. 23:3759-3766.
Intake and digestibility of ‘Coastal’ bermudagrass hay from treated swine waste using subsurface drip irrigation -
Burns, J.C., Stone, K.C., Hunt, P.G., Vanotti, M.B., Cantrell, K.B., Fisher, D.S. 2009. Intake and digestibility of ‘Coastal’ bermudagrass hay from treated swine waste using subsurface drip irrigation. Journal of Environmental Quality. 38:1749-1756.
Bioenergy from coastal bermudagrass receiving subsurface drip irrigation with advance-treated swine wastewater Reprint Icon -
Cantrell, K.B., Stone, K.C., Hunt, P.G., Ro, K.S., Vanotti, M.B., Burns, J.C. 2009. Bioenergy from Coastal bermudagrass receiving subsurface drip irrigation with advance-treated swine wastewater. Bioresource Technology 100:3285-3292.
Urea Metabolism in Beef Steers Fed Tall Fescue, Orchardgrass, or Gamagrass Hays -
Huntington, G. B., Magee, K., Matthews, A., Poore, M., & Burns, J. (2009). Urea metabolism in beef steers fed tall fescue, orchardgrass, or gamagrass hays. Journal of Animal Science. 87:1346-1353.
Switchgrass: Establishment, Management, Yield, Nutritive Value, and Utilization -
Animal and Pasture Production of 'Coastal'and 'Tifton 44' bermudagrass at three nitrogen rates -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Wagger, M.G. 2009. Animal and Pasture Production of 'Coastal'and 'Tifton 44' bermudagrass at three nitrogen rates. Agronomy Journal. 101:32-40.
Utilization of Pasture and Forages by Ruminants: A Historical Perspective -
Burns, J.C. 2008. Utilization of Pasture and Forages by Ruminants: A Historical Perspective. Journal of Animal Science. 86:3647-3663.
Performance of Lactating Dairy Cows Fed Varying Levels of Total Mixed Ration and Pasture -
Vibart, R.E., Fellner, V., Burns, J.C., Green, J.C. 2008. Performance of Lactating Dairy Cows Fed Varying Levels of Total Mixed Ration and Pasture. Journal of Dairy Research. 75:471-480.
The Effect of Total-Nonstructural Carbohydrates and Nitrogen Balance on Voluntary Intake of Goats and Digestibility on Gamagrass Hay Harvested at Sunrise and Sunset -
Sauve, A.K., Huntington, G.B., Burns, J.C. 2008. The Effect of Total-Nonstructural Carbohydrates and Nitrogen Balance on Voluntary Intake of Goats and Digestibility on Gamagrass Hay Harvested at Sunrise and Sunset. Animal Feed Science And Technology. 148:93-106.
COASTAL AND TIFTON 44' BERMUDAGRASS AVAILABILITY ON ANIMAL AND PASTURE PRODUCTIVITY. -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2008. Coastal and tifton 44' bermudagrass availability on animal and pasture productivity. Agronomy Journal. 100:1280-1288.
Testing for variation in animal preference for Jesup tall fescue hays with wild-type, novel, or no fungal endophyte Reprint Icon -
Fisher, D.S., Burns, J.C. 2008. Testing for variation in animal preference for Jesup tall fescue hays with wild-type, novel, or no fungal endophyte. Crop Science. 48:2026-2032.
Water soluble carbohydrates affects dry matter digestibility Reprint Icon -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2008. Water soluble carbohydrates affects dry matter digestibility [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the 2008 Joint Meeting of the Society for Range Management and the American Forage and Grassland Council. Paper 1758.
Preserving water soluble carbohydrate in hay and silage Reprint Icon -
Fisher, D.S., Burns, J.C. 2008. Preserving water soluble carbohydrate in hay and silage [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the 2008 Joint Meeting of the Society for Range Management and the American Forage Grassland Council. Paper 1624.
Effects on feeding corn, hull-less or hulled barley on fermentation by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms -
Fellner, V., Burns, J.C., Marshall, D.S. 2008. Effects on feeding corn, hull-less or hulled barley on fermentation by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms. Journal of Dairy Science. 91:1936-1941.
Forage subsurface drip irrigation using treated swine wastewater Reprint Icon -
Stone, K.C., Hunt, P.G., Millen, J.A., Johnson, M.H., Matheny, T.A., Vanotti, M.B., Burns, J.C. 2008. Forage subsurface drip irrigation using treated swine wastewater. Transactions of the ASABE 51(2):433-440.
Chapter 11. Nutritive Value. Tall Fescue for the Twenty First Century -
Burns, J.C. 2008. Chapter 11. Nutritive Value. Tall Fescue for the Twenty First Century. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series. pp. 159-201
The interaction of harvesting time of day of switchgrass hay and ruminal degradability of supplemental protein to beef steers -
Huntington, G.B., Burns, J.C. 2008. The interaction of harvesting time of day of switchgrass hay and ruminal degradability of supplemental protein to beef steers. Journal of Animal Science. 86:159-166.
Registration of ‘BoMaster’ switchgrass -
Burns, J.C., Godshalk, E.B., Timothy, D.H. 2008. Registration of ‘BoMaster’ switchgrass. Crop Science. 2:31-32.
Registration of 'Performer' switchgrass -
Burns, J.C., Godshalk, E.B., Timothy, D.H. 2008. Registration of 'Performer' switchgrass. Crop Science. 2:29-30.
Diurnal shifts in nutritive value of alfalfa harvested as hay and evaluated by animal intake and digestion. -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2007. Diurnal shifts in nutritive value of alfalfa harvested as hay and evaluated by animal intake and digestion.. Crop Science. 47:2190-2197.
Urea metabolism in beef steers grazing bermudagrass, caucasian bluestem, or gamagrass pastures varying in plant morphology, protein content, and protein composition. -
Huntington, G.B., Burns, J.C., Archibeque, S.L. 2007. Urea metabolism in beef steers grazing bermudagrass, caucasian bluestem, or gamagrass pastures varying in plant morphology, protein content, and protein composition.. Journal of Animal Science. 85:1997-2004.
AFTERNOON HARVEST INCREASES READILY FERMENTABLE CARBOHYDRATE CONCENTRATION AND VOLUNTARY INTAKE OF GAMAGRASS AND SWITCHGRASS FED TO BEEF STEERS -
Huntington, G., Burns, J.C. 2007. Afternoon harvest increases readily fermentable carbohydrate concentration and voluntary intake of gamagrass and switchgrass fed to beef steers. Journal of Animal Science. 85:276-284.
DRY MATTER INTAKE AND DIGESTIBILITY OF COASTAL, TIFTON 44, AND TIFTON 85 BERMUDAGRASS HAYS GROWN IN THE UPPER SOUTH -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2007. Dry matter intake and digestibility of coastal, tifton 44, and tifton 85 bermudagrass hays grown in the upper south. Crop Science. 47:95-810.
Use of Gamagrass as Hay or Silage in animal Production Systems -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2006. Use of Gamagrass as Hay or Silage in animal Production Systems. Crop Science.96-105.
TEMPORAL AND VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF SOLUBLE CARBOHYDRATE, FIBER, PROTEIN, AND DIGESTIBILITY LEVELS IN ORCHARDGRASS SWARDS -
Griggs, T.C., Macadam, J.W., Mayland, H.F., Burns, J.C. 2007. Temporal and vertical distribution of soluble carbohydrate, fiber, protein, and digestibility levels in orchardgrass swards. Agronomy Journal. 99:755-763.
FIFTY YEARS OF GRASSLAND SCIENCE LEADING TO CHANGE -
Nelson, C.J., Burns, J.C. 2006. Fifty years of grassland science leading to change. Crop Science. 46:2204-2217.
GRAZING INFLUENCES ON YIELD, NUTRITIVE VALUE, AND RESISTENCE OF STOCKPILED JESUP TALL FESCUE WITHOUT AND WITH NOVEL AND WILD TYPE FUNGAL ENDOPHYTES -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2006. Grazing influences on yield, nutritive value, and resistence of stockpiled jesup tall fescue without and with novel and wild type fungal endophytes. Crop Science. 46:1898-1912.
DIURNAL CHANGES IN FORAGE QUALITY AND THEIR EFFECTS ON ANIMAL PREFERENCE, INTAKE, AND PERFORMANCE -
Mayland, H., Gregorini, P., Mertens, D.R., Taylor, J.B., Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Ciavarella, T., Smith, K., Shewmaker, G., Griggs, T. 2005. Diurnal changes in forage quality and their effects on animal preference, intake, and performance. Proceedings of the 35th California Alfalfa & Forage Symposium, December 12-14, 2005, Visalia, California. p. 223-230.
UTILIZATION BY CATTLE, SHEEP AND GOATS OF FORAGE HARVESTED FROM LONG-TERM BERMUDAGRASS SPRAY FIELDS RECEIVING SWINE-LAGOON EFFLUENT -
Burns, J.C. 2005. Utilization by cattle, sheep and goats of forage harvested from long-term bermudagrass spray fields receiving swine-lagoon effluent. Professional Animal Scientist. 21:352-360.
ANIMAL RESPONSES TO CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS IN FORAGE QUALITY -
Mayland, H.F., Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Mertens, D.R., Taylor, J.B. 2005. Animal Responses to Circadian Rhythms in Forage Quality [abstract]. In: ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts, November 6-10, 2005, Salt Lake City, Utah. 2005 CDROM.
GRAZING RESEARCH IN THE HUMID EAST: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE -
Burns, J.C. 2005. Grazing research in the humid east: an historical perspective. Crop Science.
INTAKE AND DIGESTION OF JESUP TALL FESCUE HAYS WITHOUT THE FUNGAL ENDOPHYTE COMPARED WITH NOVEL AND WILD TYPE ENDOPHYTES -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S. 2006. Intake and digestion of jesup tall fescue hays without the fungal endophyte compared with novel and wild type endophytes. Crop Science. 46:216-223.
EFFECT OF ADDED SUGAR ON PREFERENCE AND INTAKE BY SHEEP OF HAY CUT IN THE MORNING VERSUS THE AFTERNOON -
Burritt, E.A., Mayland, H.F., Provenza, F.D., Miller, R.L., Burns, J.C. 2005. Effect of added sugar on preference and intake by sheep of hay cut in the morning versus the afternoon. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 94:245-254.
IMPACT OF DEFOLIATION AND LIGHT EXPOSURE IN LEAVES OF THREE SUBTROPICAL GRASSES -
VARIATION IN RUMINANT PREFERENCE FOR SWITCHGRASS HAYS CUT AT EITHER SUNDOWN OR SUNUP -
Fisher, D.S., Burns, J.C., Mayland, H.F. 2005. Variation in ruminant preference for switchgrass hays cut at either sundown or sunup. Crop Science. 45:1394-1402.
NITROGEN METABOLISM IN BEEF STEERS FED GAMAGRASS OR ORCHARDGRASS HAY WITH OR WITHOUT A SUPPLEMENT -
Magee, K.J., Poore, M.H., Burns, J.C., Huntington, G.B. 2005. Nitrogen metabolism in beef steers fed gamagrass or orchardgrass hay with or without a supplement. Canadian Journal of Animal Science. 85:107-109
NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATE AND DIGESTIBILITY PATTERNS IN ORCHARDGRASS SWARDS DURING DAILY DEFOLIATION SEQUENCES INITIATED IN EVENING AND MORNING -
Griggs, T., Macadams, J.W., Mayland, H.F., Burns, J.C. 2005. Nonstructural carbohydrate and digestibility patterns in orchardgrass swards during daily defoliation sequences initiated in evening and morning. Crop Science. 45:1295-1304
DRY MATTER INTAKE AND DIGESTION OF ALFALFA HARVESTED AT SUNSET AND SUNRISE. -
Burns, J.C., Mayland, H.F., Fisher, D.S. 2005. Dry matter intake and digestion of alfalfa harvested at sunset and sunrise.. Journal of Animal Science. 83:262-270.
NUTRITIVE VALUE -
Burns, J.C. 2004. Nutritive value. Tall Fescue Information System.
THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH NITROGEN FORAGES ON THE VOLUNTARY FEED INTAKE OF SHEEP. -
Stevens, D.R., Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Eisemann, J.H. 2004. The influence of high nitrogen forages on the voluntary feed intake of sheep. Journal of Animal Science 82:1536-1542.
PERENNIAL PENNISETUMS -
Hanna, W.W., Chaparro, C.J., Mathews, B.W., Burns, J.C., Sollenberger, L.E. 2004. Perennial pennisetums. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series.
FERMENTATION OF EASTERN GAMAGRASS (TRIPSACUM DACTYLOIDES [L.] L.) BY MIXED CULTURES OF RUMINAL MICROORGANISMS WITH OR WITHOUT SUPPLEMENTAL CORN -
Eun, J.S., Fellner, V., Burns, J.C., Gumpertz, M.L. 2004. Fermentation of eastern gamagrass (tripsacum dactyloides [l.] l.) by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms with or without supplemental corn. Journal of Animal Science 82:170-178.
GRAZING SYSTEM FOR C4 GRASSLANDS: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE. -
Burns, J.C., Mcivor, J.G., Villalobos, L.M., Vera, R.R., Bransby, D.I. 2004. Grazing system for c4 grasslands: a global perspective.. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series.
EASTERN GAMAGRASS EVALUATED AS HAY OR SILAGE FOR LACTATING DAIRY COWS. -
Eun, J., Fellner, V., Burns, J.C., Gumpertz, M.L. 2004. Eastern gamagrass evaluated as hay or silage for lactating dairy cows.. Professional Animal Scientist 19:362-369.
NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF EASTERN GAMAGRASS CONSERVED AS HAY OR SILAGE. -
Eun, J., Burns, J.C., Fellner, V., Gumpertz, M.L. 2004. Nutritional value of eastern gamagrass conserved as hay or silage.. Eastern Native Grass Symposium. 3rd, Chapel Hill, NC. 1-3 Oct. 2002. Omnipress, Madison, WI.
THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF PRODUCTIVITY, FORAGE QUALITY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND LAMINA ANATOMY IN SWITCHGRASS -
Fisher, D.S., Burns, J.C., Timothy, D.H. 2004. The interrelationships of productivity, forage quality, physiology, and lamina anatomy in switchgrass. Eastern Native Grass Symposium.
EFFECTS OF FEEDING EASTERN GAMAGRASS WITH OR WITHOUT CORN SUPPLEMENTATION ON LACTATION PERFORMANCE OF HOLSTEIN COWS. -
Eun, J., Fellner, V., Burns, J.C. 2003. Effects of feeding eastern gamagrass with or without corn supplementation on lactation performance of holstein cows.. North Carolina Dairy Conference Proceedings.
THE USE OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING IN THE INVESTIGATION OF RUMINANT FEED PREFERENCE -
NITROGEN METABOLISM OF BEEF STEERS FED ENDOPHYTE-FREE TALL FESCUE HAY: EFFECTS OF RUMINALLY PROTECTED METHIONINE SUPPLEMENTATION. -
Archibeque, S.L., Burns, J.C., Huntington, G.B. 2003. Nitrogen metabolism of beef steers fed endophyte-free tall fescue hay: effects of ruminally protected methionine supplementation.. Journal of Animal Science.
INTAKE PREFERENCE AND NITROGEN METABOLISM IN BEEF STEEERS GRAZING BERMUDAGRASS, CAUCASION BLUESTEM OR GAMAGRASS. -
Huntington, G.B., Burns, J.C., Archibeque, S.L. 2002. Intake preference and nitrogen metabolism in beef steers grazing bermudagrass, caucasion bluestem or gamagrass.. North Carolina Institution of Nutrition Research Symposium.
RUMINANT PREFERENCE AND DAILY RESPONSE WHEN FED PM VS AM FORAGES. -
Burns, J.C., Mayland, H.F., Fisher, D.S. 2002. Ruminant preference and daily response when fed pm vs am forages.. Agronomy Abstracts.
EFFECTS OF CARBON DIOXIDE ENRICHMENT IN REPRODUCTION OF TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITES ON WHITE CLOVER -
INTAKE AND DIGESTIBILITY OF ALFALFA HAY HARVESTED AT SUSSET AND SUNRISE. -
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Mayland, H.F. 2002. Intake and digestibility of alfalfa hay harvested at susset and sunrise.. Agronomy Abstracts.
NO-TILL ESTABLISHMENT, DEFOLIATION, SEASONAL GROWTH CURVES AND YIELD, STOCKPILING MANAGEMENT AND NUTRITIVE VALUE. -
Burns, J.C., Chamblee, D.S., Giesbrecht, F.G., Isley, C.H. 2002. No-till establishment, defoliation, seasonal growth curves and yield, stockpiling management and nutritive value.. North Carolina Technical Bulletin in Forages.
UREA PRODUCTION, RECYCLING AND EXCRETION IN FORAGE-FED BEEF STEERS. -
Huntington, G.B., Archibeque, S.A., Burns, J.C. 2002. Urea production, recycling and excretion in forage-fed beef steers.. Animal Science Progress Report.
ASSESSMENT OF GAMAGRASS BASED DIETS WITHOUT AND WITH CORN SUPPLEMENTATION ON RUMINAL FERMENTATION IN CONTINOUS CULTURES. -
Eun, J., Fellner, V., Burns, J.C., Gumpertz, M.L. 2002. Assessment of gamagrass based diets without and with corn supplementation on ruminal fermentation in continous cultures.. Journal of Animal Science Supplement.
GRAZING BEHAVIOR OF RUMINANTS AND DAILY PERFORMANCE FROM WARM-SEASON GRASSES. -
Burns, J.C., Sollenberger, L.E. 2002. Grazing behavior of ruminants and daily performance from warm-season grasses.. Crop Science.
DEFOLIATION INTENSITY EFFECTS ON SEASON-LONG DRY MATTER DISTRIBUTION AND NUTRITIVE VALUE. -
Burns, J.C., Chamblee, D.S., Giesbrecht, F.G. 2002. Defoliation intensity effects on season-long dry matter distribution and nutritive value.. Crop Science.
THE CONDUCT OF GRAZING TRIALS: RATIONALE, TREATMENT SELECTION, AND BASIC MEASUREMENTS. -
THE CONDUCT OF GRAZING EXPERIMENTS: MEASUREMENTS EXPLAINING WHY ANIMAL RESPONSE DIFFERENCES OCCUR. -
UREA FLUX IN BEEF STEERS: EFFECTS OF FORAGE SPECIES AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION. -
CANOPY CHARACTERISTICS, INGESTIVE BEHAVIOR, AND HERBAGE INTAKE IN CULTIVATED TROPICAL GRASSLANDS. -
BENEFITS AND ADOPTION OF AFTERNOON FORAGE-CUTTING STRATEGIES -
PREFERENCE BY SHEEP AND GOATS AMONG HAY OF EIGHT TALL FESCUE CULTIVARS1. -
RATE AND EXTENT OF DRY MATTER DIGESTIBILITY INSACCO OF BOTH OVEN- AND FREEZE-DRIED PARASERIANTHES FALCATARIA, CALLIANDRA CALOTHYRSUS AND GLIRICIDIA SEPIUM. -
INTAKE AND CHEWING BEHAVIOR OF STEERS CONSUMING SWITCHGRASS PRESERVED AS HAY OR SILAGE. -
NEAR INFRA-RED MEASUREMENT OF NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATES IN ALFALFA HAY -
NEAR INFRA-RED MEASUREMENT OF NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATES IN ALFALFA HAY -
HERBIVORE PREFERENCE FOR AFTERNOON- AND MORNING-CUT FORAGES AND ADOPTION OF CUTTING MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES -
FORAGE POTENTIAL OF SWITCHGRASS AND EASTERN GAMAGRASS IN THE EASTERN PIEDMONT -
FORAGE POTENTIAL OF SWITCHGRASS AND EASTERN GAMAGRASS IN THE EASTERN NATIVE GRASS SYMPOSIUM -
INTAKE, DIGESTIBILITY AND NITROGEN UTILIZATION OF THREE TROPICAL TREE LEGUMES. II. AS PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTS -
NITROGEN METABOLISM OF BEEF STEERS FED SWITCHGRASS AND GAMAGRASS HAY AT VARYING PROTEIN CONCENTRATIONS. -
INTAKE, DIGESTIBILITY AND NITROGEN UTILIZATION OF THREE TROPICAL TREE LEGUMES. I. AS SOLE FEEDS COMPARED TO ASYTASIA INTRUSA AND BRACHIARIA BRIZANTHA. -
DIURNAL VARIATION IN FORAGE QUALITY AFFECTS ANIMAL PREFERENCE AND PRODUCTION -
DIURNAL VARIATION IN FORAGE QUALITY AFFECTS ANIMAL PREFERENCE AND PRODUCTION -
DIURNAL VARIATION IN ALFALFA QUALITY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TESTING -
ALFALFA QUALITY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TESTING -
DIURNAL HARVEST TIMING AND RUMINANT PREFERENCE FOR SWITCHGRASS HAY -
POTENTIAL OF TEMPERATE LEGUMES IN MIXTURE WITH SWITCHGRASS FOR THE SOUTHEAST. -
FORAGE VOLATILES AS CUES FOR RUMINANTS -
VARIATION IN RUMINANT PREFERENCE FOR TALL FESCUE HAYS CUT AT EITHER SUNDOWN OR SUNUP -
MORNING AND EVENING HARVEST EFFECTS ON ANIMAL PERFORMANCE - A REVIEW -
IMPACT OF HARVEST TIMING ON RUMINANT PREFERENCES FOR ALFALFA HAY -
PREFERENCE BY RUMINANTS AMONG TALL FESCUE CULTIVARS. -
RUMINANT PREFERENCE FOR ALFALFA HAY HARVESTED IN THE AFTERNOON -
DAILY ANIMAL GAINS AND PER ACRE PRODUCTIVITY OF FLACCIDGRASS COMPARED WITH TALL FESCUE, BERMUDAGRASS, AND SWITCHGRASS -
FLACCIDGRASS YIELD AND NUTRITIVE VALUE AS INFLUENCED BY CUTTING MANAGEMENT AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION -
EFFECT OF CUTTING MANAGEMENT ON YIELD AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF FLACCIDGRASS -
NITROGEN AND DEFOLIATION MANAGEMENTS ON YIELD AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF FLACCIDGRASS -
DIURNAL TIMING OF HAY HARVEST AND RUMINANT PREFERENCES FOR HAYS -
VARIATION IN PREFERENCE FOR MORNING OR AFTERNOON HARVESTED HAY IN SHEEP, GOATS, AND CATTLE -
TROPICAL CORN FOR SILAGE IN MULTIPLE CROPPING SYSTEMS -
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LEAF ANATOMY OF PANICUM VIRGATUM GERMPLASM -
THE USE OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING TO IDENTIFY FORAGE CHARACTERISTICS THATINFLUENCE PREFERENCES IN SHEEP -
CHANGES IN FORAGE QUALITY, INGESTIVE MASTICATION AND DIGESTA KINETICS RESULTING FROM SWITCHGRASS MATURITY -
QUALITY OF OZONE SENSITIVE AND TOLERANT LADINO CLOVER CLONES AFTER CHRONIC OZONE AND CARBON DIOXIDE EXPOSURE -
INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF CARBON DIOXIDE AND OZONE ENRICHMENT ON WHITE CLOVER ANATOMY -
ANATOMY OF CLOVER EXPOSED TO ENRICHED OZONE AND CARBON DIOXIDE -
TESTING PREFERENCES FOR HAYS AMONG SHEEP -
FLACCIDGRASS: ITS RESPONSE TO NITROGEN AND DEFOLIATION MANAGEMENT -
MODELING INTAKE OF SWITCHGRASS WITH VARIABLE INGESTED PARTICLE SIZE AND INADEQUATE PROTEIN -
OUR ROLE IN GLOBAL WARMING THROUGH RUMINANTS -
MULTIPLE REGRESSION EQUATION FOR PREDICTING RELATIVE FEED VALUE OF GRASS HAYS -
CHAPTER 8: THE NUTRITIVE EVALUATION OF FORAGE -
INCREASING VALUE OF GRAZING STUDIES USING INTERMEDIATE ANIMAL WEIGHTS -
QUALITY OF MATURE INITIAL AND MATURE REGROWTH SWITCHGRASS HAY AND SILAGE -
VARIATION IN GROWTH AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF SWITCHGRASS IN RESPONSE TO NITORGEN FERTILITY -
QUALITY OF EASTERN GAMAGRASS COMPARED WITH SWITCHGRASS AND FLACCIDRASS WHENPRESERVED AS HAY -
SYSTEMS OF GRAZING MANAGEMENT -
FORAGE PHYSIOLOGY (CHAPTER 4) -
CHAPTER 5. PRINCIPLES OF FORAGE MANAGEMENT FOR PASTURES, HAY AND SILAGE -
CHAPTER 3. LEGUME-GRASS PASTURES, AND PURE GRASS PASTURES -
FORAGES FOR NORTH CAROLINA. ADAPTATION, CHARACTERISTICS, MANAGEMENT AND UTILIZATION. -
PREFERENCE OF GLIRICIDIA SEPIUM FED TO SHEEP AT 3 DIFFERENT WILTING LEVELS -
THE ESTIMATION AND UTILIZATION OF IN VITRO DIGESTION RATES -
FREEZE DRYING VERSUS ONEN DRYING OF TREE LEGUMES EFFECT ON FIBER AND N CONCENTRATIONS AND IN VITRO DIGESTIBILITY -
DIETARY NUTRIENT ESTIMATES OF MASTICATED SAMPLES FROM TROPICAL AND TEMPERATE PASTURES USING NIRS -
THE EFFECT OF SILAGE FROM TROPICAL CORN FROM THREE DIFFERENT POPULATION DENSITIES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF LACTATING DAIRY COWS -
EASTERN GAMAGRASS -
QUALITY OF ASYSTASIA INTRUSA AS INFLUENCED BY SHADE AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION -
ENSILING CHARACTERISTICS AND UTILIZATION OF SWITCHGRASS PRESERVED AS SILAGE -
NEAR INFRARED REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPY PREDICTION OF IN VITRO DRY MATTER AND ORGANIC MATTER DISAPPEARANCE AND CELL-WALL CONCENTRATION OF MASTICATED TEMPERATE FORAGE SPECIES. -
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