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Publications at this Location

ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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Interaction of bale size and preservative rate for large-round bales of alfalfa hay
(Popular Publication)
(14-Mar-14)
Application of dairy slurry on alfalfa fields, and subsequent effects on nutritive value and silage fermentation characteristics of the harvested forage
(Popular Publication)
(7-Mar-14)
Improved HF183 quantitative real-time PCR assay for characterization of human fecal pollution in ambient surface water samples Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(4-Mar-14)
Pathogen transport modeling during spray irrigation of liquid manure in wisconsin
(Abstract Only)
(3-Mar-14)
Management and production potential of eastern gamagrass in wisconsin
(Experiment Station)
(19-Feb-14)
Forage quality and feeding management for eastern gamagrass in wisconsin
(Experiment Station)
(19-Feb-14)
Preservation of hay with propionic acid
(Popular Publication)
(14-Feb-14)
Surface runoff from manured cropping systems assessed by the paired-watershed method, part 2: pathogen transport
(Abstract Only)
(3-Feb-14)
Surface runoff from manured cropping systems assessed by the paired-watershed method, part 1: P, N, and sediment transport
(Abstract Only)
(3-Feb-14)
Effects of precipitation events on virus presence in groundwater
(Abstract Only)
(3-Feb-14)
Characterization of preferential flow pathways in a siliciclastic aquifer system using human enteric viruses and groundwater geochemistry
(Abstract Only)
(3-Feb-14)
From the ground up: groundwater, surface water runoff, and air as pathogen routes for food contamination
(Proceedings)
(13-Jan-14)
Effects of including saponins (Micro-aid®) on intake, rumen fermentation, and digestibility in steers fed low-quality prairie hay
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(9-Jan-14)
Runoff losses from corn silage-manure cropping systems
(Proceedings)
(3-Jan-14)
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