MSU Students Shine at Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference
Five MSU students placed in the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research Showcase.
MSU Animal Science students were among the awardees at the 2019 Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference, which was held April 22-29 in Fort Wayne, Ind.
PhD: 2nd. Crystal Prom, Michigan State University (Abomasal infusion of different exogenous emulsifiers alters fatty acid digestibility and milk fat yield of lactating dairy cows)
MS: 2nd. Alycia Burch, Michigan State University (Effect of palmitic acid-enriched supplements containing stearic or oleic acid on nutrient digestibility and production responses of low and high producing dairy cows)
MS: 3rd. Julie Opgenorth, Michigan State University (Colostrum supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids and α-tocopherol decreases indicators of oxidative stress and alters plasma fatty acid profile in newborn calves during the first week of life)
Undergrad: 1st. Ariana Negreiro, Michigan State University (The effect of supplemental amino acids and fatty acids on the yield of milk and milk components of mid- to late-lactation dairy cows)
Undergrad 2nd. Ursula Abou-Rjeileh, Michigan State University Altering the ratio of dietary palmitic and oleic acids impacts nutrient digestibility and energy intake in early lactation dairy cows)
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