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CNC Proceedings

Registered participants will receive one softcover copy of the conference proceedings. Extra proceedings of the current conference year will be available for sale at the conference and may also be purchased online after November 1.

Electronic Files

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2017 Cornell Nutrition Conference Proceedings

Immunity in Dairy Cattle: What’s A Healthy Cow?
Dr. Derek McLean, Phibro Animal Health
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Immunity, Inflammation and the Transition Cow
Dr. Barry Bradford, Kansas State University
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The Direct and Indirect Effects of the Immune System on Reproduction in Dairy Cattle
Dr. Peter Hansen, University of Florida

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Immunity and Ruminal Acidosis/Laminitis
Dr. Tanya Gressley, University of Delaware
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Immunity and Heat Stress in Dry and Lactating Cows
Dr. Geoff Dahl, University of Florida and Dr. Robert Collier, University of Arizona
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Management of Fresh Cows for Best Behavior
Dr. Trevor DeVries, University of Guelph
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Can Genomics of Dry Matter Intake in Transition Cows Improve Health and Fertility?
Dr. Ron Butler, Cornell University
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Fatty Acid Nutrition of the Fresh Cow
Dr. Adam Lock, Michigan State University
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Developing Practical Approaches to Modify Hepatic Fatty Acid Processing and Lipid Mediator Biosynthesis in Dairy Cattle: The Emerging Role of Lipidomics
Dr. Joe McFadden, Cornell University
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Updating the Amino Acid Content of Microbes, Milk, Feed, and Tissue for Application in the CNCPS
Dr. Mike Van Amburgh, Cornell University  
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Lab-Based Meat Production – Science Fiction or Reality?
Dr. Mark Post, MD, PhD, Maastricht University
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Milk Avoidance and Beverage Alternatives
Dr. Dennis Savaiano, Purdue University
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Infrared Milk Fatty Acid Analysis: Experience in the Field
Dr. Dave Barbano, Cornell University
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The Cornell Milking Sheep Project
Ms. Nikola Kochendoerfer (MS student) and Dr. Mike Thonney
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Moving Towards the New Food World - What Do All These Food Trends Really Mean for the Dairy Producer?
Dr. Kelli Hayes, Chr Hansen A/S
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Making Decisions About New Technologies on the Dairy
Dr. Tom Overton, Cornell University
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Phytochemicals in Microalgae and Benefits in Heat Stress
Dr. Xingen Lei, Cornell University
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Charlie Sniffen Graduate Research Presentation, Sponsored by Kemin Animal Nutrition and Health
Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Two Forms of a B-Vitamin and Choline Blend on the Performance of Holstein Calves during the Transition and Early Post-Weaning Period

Rodrigo Molano (PhD student), Cornell University
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Cropping Considerations for Herds Considering non-GMO Production
Mr. Joe Lawrence, Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY
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Ration Considerations for Herds Considering non-GMO Production
Dr. Larry Chase, Cornell University
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Feeding the Fresh Cow – Fiber Considerations
Ms. Sarah LaCount (PhD candidate), Cornell University
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Fiber is Complicated! Understanding aNDF, aNDFom, NDFD, uNDFom in Your Forage Analysis Report and Its Application
Dr. Tom Tylutki, AMTS LLC
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Moving Forward with Silage Hybrid Evaluation
Dr. Greg Roth, Penn State University
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It’s the Combination- Scientific Data Review of the First Corn Silage to Bring Together Fiber and Starch Digestibility
Dr. Rick Grant, Miner Institute
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