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Personnel

Michael John De Veth
Assistant Professor
Bioactive compound influence on dairy cattle

Peter Downs Krawczel
Assistant Professor
Behavior and Welfare of Dairy Cows

Events

Cows, Fire, Biofuel and Wildlife, 3/11/2015

Tennessee Cow/Calf Conference, 10/8/2014

 

Video


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Livestock Research 
It's a problem for Tennessee farmers who produce our top commodity -- beef cattle. Insects such as flies cause serious health problems for their animals, and reduce product quality for consumers.



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Cattle Facility 
Beef cattle farming is Tennessee's top agricultural commodity - generating nearly 600 million dollars each year.


 

Recent Publications

Vaginal and uterine bacterial communities in lactating cows.  Clemmons, B. A., F. G. Dantas, G. A. Franco, S. T. Reese, O. I. Adeyosoye, T. P. L. Smith, P. Myer, and K. Pohler.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science, Midwest Section Meeting, Omaha, Nebraska.

Rumen-protected arginine alters blood flow parameters and luteinizing hormone concentration in cyclic beef cows consuming toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue seed Edwards, M. A., B. Whitlock, J. L. Edwards, E. J. Scholljegerdes, and J. T. Mulliniks.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science.

High milk production decreases cow-calf productivity within a highly available feed resource environment.  Edwards, S. E., J. D. Hobbs, and J. T. Mulliniks.  2017.  Translational Animal Science.

Sire Effect on Pregnancy Associated Glycoprotein (PAG) Concentrations in Nelore Beef Cows.  Franco, G. A., C. F. G. Martins, R. F. G. Peres, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, and K. Pohler.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science, Southern Section Meetings, Franklin, TN.

Circulating beta-hydroxybutyrate concentration may be a predictive measurement for young cows that have a greater probability to conceive at a fixed-time artificial insemination Hobbs, J. D., S. R. Edwards, E. R. Cope, Z. D. McFarlane, K. Pohler, and J. T. Mulliniks.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science.

Host animal genetic influence in rumen microbial community establishment in cows.  Clemmons, B. A., J. T. Mulliniks, D. R. Donohoe, and P. Myer.  2016.  UT Beef and Forage Center Graduate Research and Poster Symposium, UT Beef and Forage Center Annual Research and Recommendation Meeting. Knoxville, TN.

Effect of ovulatory follicle maturity on the oocyte transcriptome in beef cows.  Dickinson, S. E., J. A. Green, T. W. Geary, K. Pohler, G. A. Bridges, and M. F. Smith.  2016.  Biology of Reproduction, Society for the Study of Reproduction Annual Meeting. San Diego, California.

Temperament affects rangeland use patterns and reproductive performance of beef cows.  Goodman, L. E., A. F. Cibils, R. L. Wesley, J. T. Mulliniks, M. K. Petersen, E. J. Scholljegerdes, and S. H. Cox.  2016.  Rangelands, 38:1-5.

Effect of ovulatory follicle diameter on cumulus cell transcriptome in beef cows.  Green, J. A., S. E. Dickinson, T. W. Geary, K. Pohler, G. A. Bridges, and M. F. Smith.  2016.  Biology of Reproduction, Society for the Study of Reproduction Annual Meeting. San Diego, California.

2016 Cow-Calf Budget.  Griffith, A. P., and R. G. Bowling.  2016.  Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, AE16-01.

New and emerging biobased surfactants: a review Hayes, D. G.  2016.  107th AOCS Annual Meeting and Expo, Salt Lake City, 05 May 2016. [45 attendees].

Risk and Returns of Spring- and Fall-Calving for Beef Cattle in Tennessee Henry,G., C. Boyer, A. P. Griffith, J. A. Larson, A. Smith, and K. E. Lewis.  2016.  Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 48(3): 257-278.