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2004 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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COMPARISON OF DIETARY SELENIUM FED TO GROWER-FINISHER PIGS FROM VARIOUS REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES ON RESULTING TISSUE SE AND LOIN MINERAL CONCENTRATIONS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(17-Dec-04)
NUTRITIONALLY ALTERING WEIGHT GAIN PATTERNS OF PREGNANT HEIFERS AND YOUNG COWS CHANGES THE TIME THAT FEED RESOURCES ARE OFFERED WITHOUT ANY DIFFERENCES IN PRODUCTION
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(16-Dec-04)
IMPACT OF DRIED SKIM MILK IN PRODUCTION DIETS ON LACTOBACILLUS AND PATHOGENIC BACTERIAL SHEDDING IN GROWING-FINISHING SWINE
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(8-Dec-04)
MODERATELY ALTERING WEIGHT GAIN PATTERNS OF SECOND PARITY COWS THROUGH NUTRITION CHANGES THE TIME THAT FEED RESOURCES ARE OFFERED WITHOUT ANY DIFFERENCES IN PRODUCTION
(Abstract Only)
(16-Nov-04)
METABOLITE FLUXES ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN RESPONSE TO VARYING DIETARY PROTEIN IN MATURE EWES CONSUMING LOW QUALITY FORAGE
(Abstract Only)
(16-Nov-04)
MATERNAL AND FETAL GENOTYPE INFLUENCES ON FETAL GROWTH
(Abstract Only)
(28-Oct-04)
FEED UTILIZATION AND PERFORMANCE OF TROPICALLY ADAPTED CATTLE
(Abstract Only)
(28-Oct-04)
COW EFFICIENCY DURING THE PREWEANING PERIOD OF TROPICALLY ADAPTED CATTLE
(Abstract Only)
(27-Oct-04)
CATTLE FEEDLOT SOIL MOISTURE AND MANURE CONTENT: I. IMPACTS ON GREENHOUSE GASES, ODOR COMPOUNDS, NITROGEN LOSSES, AND DUST
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(22-Oct-04)
FEEDING HIGH MOISTURE CORN INSTEAD OF DRY ROLLED CORN REDUCES ODOR PRODUCTION IN FINISHING BEEF CATTLE MANURE WITHOUT SACRIFICING PERFORMANCE
(Proceedings)
(22-Oct-04)
OCCURRENCE AND FATE OF BACTERIAL PATHOGENS IN A PASSIVE BEEF FEEDLOT RUNOFF CONTROL-VEGETATIVE TREATMENT SYSTEM
(Proceedings)
(22-Oct-04)
GENETIC ADAPTATION OF LIVESTOCK: THE POWER OF CHANGE
(Proceedings)
(7-Oct-04)
CATTLE FEEDLOT SOIL MOISTURE AND MANURE CONTENT: II. IMPACT ON ESCHERICHIA COLI O157
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(1-Oct-04)
TAIWAN'S ROLE IN GLOBAL BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR ANIMAL WELFARE AND PRODUCTION, HUMAN HEALTH, AND HOMELAND BIO-SECURITY
(Abstract Only)
(24-Aug-04)
NITRIFICATION AND DENITRIFICATION POTENTIAL ASSOCIATED WITH A SEMI-PERMEABLE SWINE WASTE LAGOON BIOCOVER
(Abstract Only)
(13-Aug-04)
MICROBIAL ACTIVITIES AND FEEDLOT EMISIONS
(Abstract Only)
(11-Aug-04)
DRIED SKIM MILK AS A REPLACEMENT FOR SOYBEAN MEAL IN GROWING-FINISHING DIETS: EFFECTS ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, APPARENT TOTAL-TRACT NITROGEN DIGESTIBILITY, URINARY AND FECAL NITROGEN EXCRETION, AND CARCASS TRAITS IN PIGS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(15-Jul-04)
FRACTIONAL PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RATES MEASURED BY AN INTRAPERITONEAL INJECTION OF A FLOODING DOSE OF L-[RING-2H5]PHENYLALANINE IN PIGS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(6-Jul-04)
BEEF CATTLE
(Other)
(27-May-04)
EUGENOL STIMULATES LACTATE ACCUMULATION YET INHIBITS VOLATILE FATTY ACID PRODUCTION AND ELIMINATES COLIFORM BACTERIA IN CATTLE AND SWINE WASTE
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(26-May-04)
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