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References & Abstracts - Dairy Cattle

Moore, S.A.E. and K. F. Kalscheur. 2016. Canola meal in dairy cow diets during early lactation increases production compared with soybean meal. J. Animal Sci. 94: E-Suppl.5, Abstract 1506.

Lopes, J.C. and coworkers. 2016. Effect of high-oleic acid whole, heated soybeans or extruded soybean meal on production performance, milk fatty acid composition, and enteric methane emission in dairy cows. J. Animal Sci. 94: E-Suppl. 5, Abstract 1310.

Lopes, J.C. and co-workers. 2016. Effect of high-oleic acid whole, heated soybeans or extruded soybean meal on production performance, milk fatty acid composition, and enteric methane emission in dairy cows. J. Anim. Sci. 94: Suppl. 5/J. Abstract 310. P621.

Ishler, Virginia and Gabriella Varga. 2016. Soybeans and soybean byproducts for dairy cattle. (Department of Dairy and Animal Science, The Pennsylvania State University, 324 Henning Building University Park, PA 16802). DAS 00-3.

Elwakeel, Eman A., Evan C Titgemeyer, Zongjia Cheng, Abdelaziz Nour and Mohamed Nasser. 2012. In Vitro assessment of the nutritive value of expanded soybean meal for dairy cattle. Journal Animal Science and Biotechnology. 3:10.

Macgreger, Charles and Kenneth Kalscheur. 2012. Added lysine can fortify soybean meal. Feedstuffs 84, No. 29, July 16, 2012.

Macgreger, Charles and Kenneth Kalscheur. 2012. Added lysine can fortify soybean meal. Feedstuffs 84, No. 29, July 16, 2012.

Corbett. R.E. 2012. Feeding byproducts to heifers. Are they ready cheaper? 16th Dairy Calf & Heifer Conference. March 20-21. Visalia, CA.

Brung, R. and co-workers. 2011. Steam-flaked soybeans in lactating dairy cow diets. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 89, E-Suppl. 1/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 94, E-Suppl. 1, abstract M316; page 116.

Bruns, H.R. and co-workers. 2011. Ruminal degradation and intestinal protein digestion of steam-flaked soybeans. J. Animal Sci. 89 E-Suppl. 1 and J. Dairy Sci. 94 E-suppl.1, abstract M158; page 61.

Broderick GA, Stevenson MJ, Patton RA. 2009. Effect of dietary protein concentration and degradability on response to rumen-protected methionine in lactating dairy cows. J Dairy Sci. 92(6):2719-28.

Awawdeh, M.S. and co-workers. 2007. Ruminal degradability and lysine bioavailability of soybean meals and effects on performance of dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90: (4740-4753).

Abe, M., and co-workers. 1998. Limiting amino acids for a corn and soybean meal diet in weaned calves less than three months of age. J. Anim. Sci. 76:628-636.

AbuGhazaleh, A.A., D.J. Schingoethe and A.R. Hippen. 2001. Blood amino acids and milk composition from cows fed soybean meal, fish meal, or both. J. Dairy Sci. 84(5):1174-1181.

Dhiman, T.R. J. 2002. Influence of soybean meal processing techniques on milk yield response of dairy cows. Dairy Sci. 85:Suppl. 1, abstract#978.

Reynal, S.M. and co-workers. J. 2003. Effect of feeding protein supplements of differing degradability on omasal flow of microbial and undegraded protein. Dairy Sci. 86(4):1292-1305.

Santos, F., and co-workers. 1998. Effects of rumen degradable protein on dairy cow performance: A 12-year literature review. J. Dairy Sci:81(12):3182-3213.