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2019 Cornell Nutrition Conference Proceedings
- Could Your Trace Mineral Program Be Doing More Harm Than Good? - Dr. Sara Kvidera, Micronutrients
- Current Concepts in Fiber Digestion: Focus on Source of Forage and Trace Mineral - Michael Miller, Miner Institute
- Effects of Low Feed Intake on Gastrointestinal Function - Dr. Greg Penner, University of Saskatchewan
- Causes and Metabolic Consequences of Leaky Gut - Dr. Lance Baumgard, Iowa State University
- Effects of Precision Essential Amino Acid Formulation on a Metabolizable Energy Basis for Lactating Dairy Cows - Mr. Andrew LaPierre, Cornell University
- Short Chain Fatty Acid Absorption and Metabolism - Dr. Greg Penner, University of Saskatchewan
- Inflammation and Calcium Homeostasis: Potential Implications for the Transition Period - Dr. Lance Baumgard, Iowa State University
- Herd Management Milk Analysis: Jersey vs. Holstein and Between Lab Agreement of Results - Dr. Dave Barbano, Cornell University
- New Research on Nutrition and Management of Milking Sheep - Ms. Niko Kochendoerfer, Cornell University
- Acidosis: Beyond pH and Rumen - Dr. Ian Lean, Scibus and University of Sydney
- Addressing Oxidative Stress in the Transition Cow and her Calf - Dr. Angel Abuelo, Michigan State University
- Dietary Lecithin Supplementation and Fatty Acid Digestibility in Cows - Dr. Joe McFadden, Cornell University
- Using On-Farm Measures to Predict Eating Time and Feed Intake in Dairy Cattle - Michael Miller, Cornell University
- Evaluation and Development of the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System v.7 Using a Unique Pasture Based Data Set - Michael Dineen, Cornell University
- Choline and Methionine for Transition Dairy Cows - Dr. Tom Overton, Cornell University
- What Do High Producing Herds Really Feed? - Dr. Larry Chase, Cornell University