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Conference Abstracts

Comparison of three techniques for measuring enteric methane emissions by ruminants.

Arbre M., C. Martin, Y. Rochette, C. Lascoux, M. Eugène, M. Doreau. 2016

EAAP Book of Abstracts. Vol. 22. Page 487.

Evaluation and comparison of two methods for estimating enteric methane emission by young bulls.

Doreau M., M. Arbre, Y. Rochette, C. Lascoux, C. Martin. 2017

roceedings of International Symposium on Emission of Gas and Dust from Livestock, Saint-Malo, France. Page 118.

Measuring the respiratory gas exchange of grazing cattle using the GreenFeed emissions monitoring system.

Gunter S.A., S.E. Duke, M.R. Beck. 2017

J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 95. Issue Suppl_4. Page 359.

Methane (GreenFeed) compared emissions from growing dairy heifers estimated using an automated head chamber to respiration chambers or SF6 techniques.

Hammond, K., D. J. Humphries, L. A. Crompton, P. Kirton, C. Green, and C. K. Reynolds.

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 4:391.

Validation of the GreenFeed system against model-predicted methane emissions

Huhtanen P., M. Ramin, A.N. Hristov.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue Suppl_1. pp 726-727.

Comparison of active flux and passive concentration measurement of methane emissions from cattle.

Huhtanen. P, E.H. Cabezas Garcia, S. Zimmerman, P. Zimmerman. 2014

J. Dairy Sci. 97 (E-Suppl): 275.

Database construction for model comparisons of methane emissions by ruminants in relation to feed.

Li X., C. Martin, E. Kebreab, A.N. Hristov, Z. Yu, M. McGee, D.R. Yáñez-Ruiz, K.J. Shingfield, A.R. Bayat, C.K. Reynolds, L. Crompton, J. Dijkstra, A. Bannink, A. Schwarm, M. Kreuzer, P. Lund, A.L.F. Hellwing, P. Moate, N. Peiren, M. Eugène. 2017

EAAP Book of Abstracts. Vol. 23. Page 201.

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Dietary, Digestion, Micro Biology Studies

Effect of Encapsulated Nitrate and Microencapsulated Blend of Essential Oils on Growth Performance and Methane Emissions from Beef Steers Fed Backgrounding Diets.

Alemu A.W., A. Romero-Pérez, R.C. Araujo, K.A. Beauchemin. 2019

Animals Vol. 9. Issue 1.

Production, milk iodine, and nutrient utilization in Jersey cows supplemented with the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum (kelp meal) during the grazing season.

Antaya N.T., M. Ghelichkhan, A.B.D. Pereira, K.J. Soder, A.F. Brito. 2019

Vol. 102. Issue 9. pp 8040-8058.

Whole Cottonseed Supplementation Improves Performance and Reduces Emission Intensity of Grazing Cattle.

Beck M.R., L.R. Thompson, J.E. White, G.D. Williams, S.A. Gunter, C.A. Moffet, S.E. Place, R. Reuter. 2016

J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 95. Issue Suppl_1. Page 12.

Whole cottonseed supplementation improves performance and reduces methane emissions intensity of grazing beef steers.

Beck, M.R., L.R. Thompson, J.E. White, G.D. Williams, S.E. Place, C.A. Moffet, S.A. Gunter, R.R. Reuter. 2018

Professional Animal Scientist. 34:339-345.

Enteric methane emissions from beef cattle of different genetic groups in confinement in Brazil.

Berndt A., L.S. Sakamoto, F.B. Ferrari, H. Borba, E.D.M. Mendes, R.R. Tullio. 2015

EAAP Book of Abstracts. Vol. 21. Page 460. Page 135.

Effects of illite supplementation on in vitro and in vivo rumen fermentation, microbial population and methane emission of Hanwoo steers fed high concentrate diets.

Biswas A.A., S.S. Lee, L.L. Mamuad, S.H. Kim, Y.J. Choi, C.H. Lee, K.C. Lee, G.S. Bae, S.S. Lee. 2017

Anim. Sci. J. Vol. 89. Issue 1. pp 114-121.

Effect of Cashew Nut Shell Liquid on Lactation Performance and Rumen Methane Production in Dairy Cows.

Branco, A. F., F. Gaillong, T. Frederick, H. Weeeks, J. Oh, A.N. Hristov. 2014

J. Dairy Sci. 97 (E-Suppl): 854.

Effect of technical cashew nut shell liquid on rumen methane production and lactation performance of dairy cows.

Branco, A.F., F. Giallongo, T. Frederick, H. Weeks, J. Oh, A. N. Hristov. 2015

J. Dairy Sci. Vol 98. pp 4030-4040.

Between-cow variation in digestion and rumen fermentation variables associated with methane production.

Cabezas-Garcia E.H., S.J. Krizsan, K.J. Shingfield, P. Huhtanen. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue 6. pp 4409-4424.

The effect of dietary carbohydrate source on ruminal digestion and nutrient utilization in lactating dairy cows.

Cabezas-Garcia E.H., S.J. Krizsan, K.J. Shingfield, P. Huhtanen. 2017

Proceedings of the 7th Nordic Feed Science Conference, Uppsala, Sweden. pp 108-111.

Effects of replacement of late-harvested grass silage and barley with early-harvested silage on ruminal digestion efficiency in lactating dairy cows.

Cabezas-Garcia E.H., S.J. Krizsan, K.J. Shingfield, P. Huhtanen. 2018

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 101. Issue 2. pp 1177 – 1189.

Efficacy of methane-reducing supplements in beef cattle rations.

Caetano M., M.J. Wilkes, W.S. Pitchford, S.J. Lee, P.I. Hynd. 2016

Anim. Prod. Sci. Vol. 56. Issue 3. pp 276-281

Effect of ensiled crimped grape marc on energy intake, performance and gas emissions of beef cattle.

Caetano M., M.J. Wilkes, W.S. Pitchford, S.J. Lee, P.I. Hynd. 2019

Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. Vol. 247. pp 166-172.

The effect of carbohydrate source in a urea-based liquid supplement on ruminal fermentation and methane production of wintering beef cows fed low-quality forage.

Conway, A.C, J. J. Michal, J. S. Chang, B. Carter, M. E. Benson, T. Bodine, and K. A. Johnson. 2015

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, Suppl.

Effect of 3-nitrooxypropanol on ruminal fermentation, methane and hydrogen emissions, and methane isotopic composition in dairy cows.

De Matos, L.F., M.T. Harper, J. Lopes, F. Giallongo, J. Oh, D. Gruen, A.N. Hristov, M. Kindermann, and S. Duval. 2016

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

Impact of breed on the rumen microbial community composition and methane emission of Holstein Friesian and Belgian Blue heifers.

De Mulder T., Peiren N., L. Vandaele, T. Ruttink, S. DeCampeneere, T. VandeWiele. 2018

Livestock Science. Vol. 207. pp 38-44.

Short Communication: Antimethanogenic effects of 3-nitrooxypropanol depend on supplementation dose, dietary fiber.

Dijkstra J., Bannink, A., France, J., Kebreab, E, van Gastelen. 2018

J. Dairy. Sci. In press

Linseed plus nitrate in the diet for fattening bulls: Effects on methane emission, animal health and residues in offal.

Doreau M., Arbre, M., Popova, M., Rochette, Y., & Martin, C. 2018

Animal Vol. 12. Issue 3. pp 501-507.

Effect of linseed plus nitrate on methane emission in bulls, animal health and residues in offal.

Doreau M., M. Arbre, Y. Rochette, C. Lascoux, C. Martin. 2016

EAAP Book of Abstracts. Vol. 22. Page 460.

Effect of corn-based supplementation on gas emissions, performance, and energetic losses of steers grazing wheat pasture.

Ebert P., E.A. Bailey, A.L. Shreck, N.A. Cole, J.S. Jennings. 2016

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue Suppl_1. pp 798-799.

Effect of condensed tannin extract supplementation on growth performance, nitrogen balance, gas emissions and energetic losses of beef steers.

Ebert P.J., E.A. Bailey, A.L. Shreck, J.S. Jennings, N.A. Cole. 2017

Anim. Sci. J. Vol. 95. Issue 3. pp 1345-1355.

Effects of soybean meal or canola meal on milk production and methane emissions in lactating dairy cows fed grass silage-based diets.

Gidlund H., Hetta. M, Krizsan S.J., Lemosquet, Huhtanen P. 2015

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98. Issue 11. pp 8093 – 8106.

Milk production and methane emissions from dairy cows fed a low or high proportion of red clover silage and an incremental level of rapeseed expeller.

Gidlund H., M. Hetta, P. Huhtanen. 2017

Livestock Science. Vol. 197. pp 73-851.

Effects of linseed lipids on methane emission of young bulls in a commercial farm.

Goumand E., Y. Bergot, C. Vrignaud. 2017

Proceedings of International Symposium on Emission of Gas and Dust from Livestock, Saint-Malo, France. Page 123.

Estimating enteric methane and carbon dioxide emission from lactating dairy cows using GreenFeed system.

Hailemariam D., G. Manafiazar, J. Basarab, F. Miglior, G. Plastow, Z. Wang.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue Suppl_1. pp 177-178.

Greenhouse gas emission related traits differ in RFI divergent lactating dairy cows.

Hailemariam D., G. Manafiazar, J. Basarab, F. Miglior, G. Plastow, Z. Wang.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue Suppl_1. pp 186-187.

Effects of diet forage source and neutral detergent fiber content on milk production of dairy cattle and methane emissions determined using GreenFeed and respiration chamber techniques.

Hammond K.J., A.K. Jones, D.J. Humphries, L.A. Crompton, C.K. Reynolds. 2016

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue 10. pp 7904–7917.

The GreenFeed system for measurement of enteric methane emission from cattle.

Hammond K.J., G.C. Waghorn, R.S. Hegarty. 2016

Anim. Prod. Sci. Vol. 56. Issue 3. pp 181-189.

Effects of Forage Source and NDF Concentration on Methane Emissions and Milk Production of Dairy Cows.

Hammond, K, A.K. Jones, D. K. Humphries, L.A. Crompton, C.K. Reynolds. 2014

J. Dairy Sci. 97 (E-Suppl): 853.

Inclusion of wheat and triticale silage in the diet of lactating dairy cows.

Harper M. T., J. Oh, F. Giallongo, G.W. Roth, A.N. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue 8. pp 6151-6163.

Effects of feeding brown midrib dwarf pearl millet silage on lactational performance and enteric methane emission in dairy cows

Harper M.T., A. Melgar, G. Roth, A.N. Hristov. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue Suppl_2. Page 220.

Inclusion of brown midrib dwarf pearl millet silage in the diet of lactating dairy cows.

Harper M.T., A. Melgar, J. Oh, K. Nedelkov, G. Sanchez, G.W. Roth, A.N. Hristov. 2018

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 101. Issue 6. pp 5006–5019.

Production effects of feeding extruded soybean meal to early-lactation dairy cows.

Harper M.T., J. Oh, A. Melgar, K. Nedelkov, S. Räisänen, X. Chen, C.M.M.R. Martins, M. Young, T.L. Ott, D.M. Kniffen, R.A. Fabin, A.N. Hristov. 2019

J. Dairy Sci. In Press.

Effects of feeding sorghum and oat silages on feed intake, milk production and composition, and enteric methane production in lactating dairy cows.

Harper M.T., J. Oh, F. Giallongo, J.C. Lopes, G. Roth, A.N. Hristov.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue Suppl_1. Page 677.

Using brown midrib 6 dwarf forage sorghum silage and fall-grown oat silage in lactating dairy cow rations.

Harper M.T., J. Oh, F. Giallongo, J.C. Lopes, G.W. Roth, A.N. Hristov. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue 7. pp 5250-5265.

An Essential Oil Blend Decreases Methane Emissions and Increases Milk Yield in Dairy Cows.

Hart K.J., H.G. Jones, K.E. Waddams, H.J. Worgan, B. Zweifel, C.J. Newbold. 2018

Open J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 9. Issue 3. pp 259-267.

Feed intake, growth, and body and carcass attributes of feedlot steers supplemented with two levels of calcium nitrate or urea.

Hegarty R.S., J. Miller, N. Oelbrandt, L. Li, J. P. M. Luijben, D. L. Robinson, J. V. Nolan, H. B. Perdok. 2016

J. of Anim. Sci. Vol. 94. Issue 12. pp 5372–5381.

Effect of Origanum vulgare L. leaves on rumen fermentation, production, and milk fatty acid composition in lactating dairy cows.

Hristov A.N., C. Lee, T. Cassidy, K. Heyler, J.A. Tekippe, G.A. Varga, B. Corl, R.C. Brandt. 2013

J Dairy Sci. Vol. 96. Issue 2. pp 1189-1202.

A novel inhibitor persistently decreased enteric methane emission and increased weight gain of high-producing Holstein cows without negatively affecting milk production.

Hristov, A.N., J. Oh, F. Giallongo, M.T. Harper, H. Weeks, A.F. Branco, P.J. Moate, M.H. Deighton, S.R.O. Williams, M. Kindermann, and S. Duval. 2015

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

An inhibitor persistently decreased enteric methane emission from dairy cows with no negative effect on milk production.

Hristov, A.N., K. Oh, F. Giallongoa , T. Fredericka, M. Harpera, H.L. Weeks, A.F. Branco , P.J. Moate, M.C. Deighton, S.R. Williams, M. Kindermannd , S. Duvale

PNAS. Vol. 112 , pp 10663-10668

Repeatability and between cow variability of enteric CH4 and total CO2 emissions.

Huhtanen, P., S. J. Krizsan, M. Hetta, H. Gidlund, and E. H. Cabezas Garcia.

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 4:588.

Production, milk fatty acid profile, and nutrient utilization in grazing dairy cows supplemented with ground flaxseed.

Isenberg B.J., K.J. Soder, A.B.D. Pereira, R. Standish, A.F. Brito. 2019

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 102. Issue 2. pp 1294-1311.

Feeding diets with fodder beet decreased methane emissions from dry and lactating dairy cows in grazing systems.

Jonker A., D. Scobie, R. Dynes, G. Edwards, C. DeKlein, H. Hauge, R. McAuliffe, A. Taylor, T.Knight, G. Waghorn. 2017

Animal Production Science 57. pp 1445-1450.

Methane and carbon dioxide emissions from lactating dairy cows grazing mature ryegrass/white clover or a diverse pasture comprising ryegrass, legumes and herbs.

Jonker A., L. Farrell, D. Scobie, R. Dynes, G. Edwards, H. Hague, R. McAuliffe, A. Taylor, T. Knight, G. Waghorn. 2018

Anim. Prod. Sci. Vol. 59. Issue 6. pp 1063-1069.

Effects of replacing wheat starch with glycerol on methane emissions, milk production, and feed efficiency in dairy cows fed grass silage-based diets.

Karlsson, J., M. Ramin, M. Kass, M. Lindberg, K. Holtenius. 2019

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 102. Issue 9. pp 7927-7935.

Effects of supplementation of glycerol on feed intake, milk production and methane emissions in dairy cows.

Karlsson, J., M. Ramin, M. Kass, M. Patel, K. Holtenius. 2017

Proceedings of the 8th Nordic Feed Science Conference, Uppsala, Sweden. pp 42-47.

The Legume-Grass Mixture Feeding Guide.

Khan, M. G., & Brito, A. F. 2020

University of New Hampshire

Effects of 3-nitrooxypropanol on enteric methane production, rumen fermentation, and feeding behavior in beef cattle fed a high-forage or high-grain diet.

Kim S.H., C.H. Lee, H.A. Pechtl, J.M. Hettick, M.R. Campler, M.D. Pairis-Garcia, K.A. Beauchemin, P. Celi, S.M. Duval. 2019

J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 97. Issue 7. pp 2687-2699

The effects of dietary supplementation with 3-nitrooxypropanol on enteric methane emissions, rumen fermentation, and production performance in ruminants: a meta-analysis.

Kim, H., Lee, H. G., Baek, Y. C., Lee, S., & Seo, J. 2020

Journal of Animal Science and Technology, 62(1), 31.

Effect of 3-nitrooxypropanol on methane and hydrogen emissions, methane isotopic signature, and ruminal fermentation in dairy cows.

Lopes J.C., L.F. de Matos, M.T. Harper, F. Giallongo, J. Oh, D. Gruen, S. Ono, M. Kindermann, S. Duval, A.N. Hristov. 2016

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue 7. pp 5335–5344

Effect of high-oleic-acid soybeans on production performance, milk fatty acid composition, and enteric methane emission in dairy cows.

Lopes J.C., M.T. Harper, F. Giallongo, J. Oh, L. Smith, A.M. Ortega-Perez, S.A. Harper, A. Melgar, D.M. Kniffen, R.A. Fabin, A.N. Hristov. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue 2. pp 1122-1135.

Effect of a ruminal acidosis challenge on methane emission rate in lactating cows.

Matias J.A, F. Sun, S. Welch, and M.A. Wattiaux. 2015

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

Dose-response effect of 3-nitrooxypropanol on enteric methane emission in dairy cows.

Melgar A., K.C. Welter, K. Nedelkov, C.M.M.R. Martins, M.T. Harper, J. Oh, S.E. Räisänen, X. Chen, S.F. Cueva, S. Duval, A.N. Hristov. 2018

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 101. Issue Suppl_2. pp 198-199.

Effects of 3-nitrooxypropanol on rumen fermentation, lactational performance, and resumption of ovarian cyclicity in dairy cows.

Melgar A., M.T. Harper, J. Oh, F. Giallongo, M.E. Young, T.L. Ott, S. Duval, A.N. Hristov.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 103. Issue 1, pp 410-432.

Potential roles of nitrate and live yeast culture in suppressing methane emission and influencing ruminal fermentation, digestibility, and milk production in lactating Jersey cows.

Meller R.A., B.A. Wenner, J. Ashworth, A.M. Gehman, J. Lakritz, J.L. Firkins. 2019

J. Dairy Sci. Volume 102, Issue 7, Pages 6144–6156

cMethane Emissions, Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Different Lines of Beef Steers Reared on Pasture and Finished in Feedlot

Méo-Filho P, Berndt A, Marcondes CR, Pedroso AF, Sakamoto LS, Boas DFV, Rodrigues PHM, Rivero MJ, Bueno ICS. 2020

Animals. 10(2):303

An examination of the ranking of methane emissions from growing beef heifers fed different forage diets over time.

Michal, J.J., P, S.J. Krizsan, M. Hetta, H. Gidlund, E.H. Cabezas Garcia.

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 4:536.

Enteric methane emissions by dairy cows grazing temperate pastures

Nelson, N., K. Steensma, S. Utsumi, D. K. Beede, S. Zimmerman, P. Zimmerman.

J. Dairy Sci. 95(Suppl. 2): 584.

Effect of a Saccharomyces cerevisiae-based direct-fed microbial product and an enzyme extract from Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus niger on productivity and enteric gas emission in lactating dairy cows.

Oh J., M. Harper, A. Melgar, D.P. Compart, A.N. Hristov. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue Suppl_2. Page 323.

Global impact of improving feed efficiency and technology transfer efficacy.

Oh, J., F. Giallongo, T. Frederick1, M.T. Harper, H. Weeks, A.F. Branco, A.N. Hristov, W.J. Price, P.J. Moate, M.H. Deighton, S.Ri. O. Williams, M. Kindermann, and S. Duval

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

Effect of a grain or by-product based concentrate with early or late harvested first cut grass-clover silage on dairy cow performance.

Pang D., P. Huhtanen, E. Trevisi, S.J. Krizsan. 2017

Proceedings of the 8th Nordic Feed Science Conference, Uppsala, Sweden. pp 48-53.

Effect of grass silages from regrowth on dairy cow performance.

Pang D., P. Huhtanen, Krizsan S.J. 2016

Proceedings of the 7th Nordic Feed Science Conference, Uppsala, Sweden. pp 97-101

Effect of different regrowth grass silages on dairy cow performance. In: EAAP Book of Abstracts.

Pang D., P. Huhtanen, S.J. Krizsan. 2016

EAAP Book of Abstracts. Vol. 22. Page 631.

Effect of grain or by-product-based concentrate fed with early or late harvested first cut grass silage on dairy cow performance.

Pang D., T. Yan, E. Trevisi, S.J. Krizsan. 2018

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 101. Issue Suppl_2. Page 299.

Evaluating carbon fluxes variability in late lactation organic Jersey cows using a portable automated gas quantification system during the grazing season.

Pereira A. B., A. F. Brito, S. Zimmerman, N. Antaya.

J. Dairy Sci. 96(E-Suppl. 1): 600.

Estimation of Heat Production and Energy Conversion Efficiency Using Real Time Measurements of Methane and Carbon Dioxide Fluxes in Mid-Lactation Hostien Cows.

Pereira, A., A. Brito, S. Utsumi. 2014

J. Dairy Sci. 97 (E-Suppl): 746.

Evaluating carbon and oxygen flux variability and heat production in dairy cows using a portable automated gas quantification system.

Pereira, A.B.D, A.F. Brito, S.A. Utsumi, B.J. Isenberg, and K.S. O’Connor.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

Multivariate and network analysis identified microbial biomarkers linked to methane emission.

Ramayo-Caldas Y, A. Bernard, L. Zingareti, M. Popova, N. Mach, J. Estelle, E. Rebours, R. Muñoz-Tamayo, A. Rau, M. Mariadassou, M. Perez-Enciso, D. Morgavi, G. Renand.

EAAP Book of Abstracts, Vol. 24. Page 207

Identification of rumen microbial biomarkers linked to methane emission in Holstein dairy cows.

Ramayo‐Caldas, Y., Zingaretti, L., Popova, M., Estellé, J., Bernard, A., Pons, N., ... & Perez‐Enciso, M. 2020

Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics, 137(1), 49-59.

Effect of heat treated field beans on the performance of Swedish lactating dairy cows.

Ramin M., A. Höjer, F. Fogelberg, M. Hetta, P. Huhtanen. 2017

Proceedings of the 6th Nordic Feed Science Conference, Uppsala, Sweden. pp 111-115.

Effect of heat-treated field beans (Vicia faba) on lactation performance of dairy cows.

Ramin, M, A. Höjer, H. Mårten, and P. Huhtanen. 2018

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

Methane production rate in relation with feed efficiency traits of beef heifers fed roughage diets.

Renand G., D. Maupetit, D. Dozias, A. Vinet. 2018

EAAP Book of Abstracts, Vol. 24. Page 289.

Assessing precision and accuracy of enteric methane flux measures using GreenFeed systems.

Renand, G.

Melbourne GreenFeed Workshop 2016.

Effect of altered nitrogen excretion by condensed tannin supplementation on steer energy losses.

Shreck A,L, P.J. Ebert, E.A. Bailey, J.S. Jennings, and N.A Cole.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

Effect of protein supplementation to low-quality forage diets on enteric methane production and ruminal microbial community structure of beef steers.

Shreck A.L., D. N. D. Aluthge, J.S. Jennings, C.S, Fernando, and N.A. Cole.

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, Suppl.

Desempenho e emissão de metano entérico de bovinos em sistemas integrados de produção.

Silva F.S., T.A. Kipert, J.M.N. Paraíso, A.P.S. Carvalho, M.A. Mombach, R.C. Torres, R.A.R. Rodrigues, D.H. Pereira, B.C. Pedreira, L.S. Cabral. 2018

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Is phenotypic residual feed intake associated with feed efficiency, nitrogen use efficiency, urinary nitrogen and methane losses in lactating dairy cows?

Sun F., M. Aguerre, M. Wattiaux. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue Suppl_2. Page 81.

Effect of dextrose and purified starch at two levels of rumen degradable protein on lactation performance and enteric methane emission in dairy cows.

Sun F., M.J. Aguerre, M.A. Wattiaux. 2015

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue Suppl_1. Page 343.

Supplementing Energy in Conjunction with Monensin Improves Sustainability of Stocker Cattle Grazing Winter Wheat

Thompson L.R., M.R. Beck, G.D. Williams, S.E. Place, R. Reuter. 2018

J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 96. Issue Suppl_1. Page 37

Enteric methane emissions of beef cows grazing tallgrass prairie pasture on the southern Great Plains. In: 10th International Livestock Environment Symposium (ILES X).

Todd R.W., C. Moffet, J.P. Neel, K.E. Turner, J.L. Steiner, N.A. Cole. 2018

American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.

Enteric methane, lactation performances, digestibility, and metabolism of nitrogen and energy of Holsteins and Jerseys fed 2 levels of forage fiber from alfalfa silage or corn silage.

Uddin M.E., O.I. Santana, K.A. Weigel, M.A. Wattiaux. 2020

J. Dairy Sci. In Press

Enteric methane emission of lactating Holstein and Jersey cows fed two levels and two sources of forage neutral detergent fibre.

Uddin M.E., O.I. Santana, T. Wickert, D. D’huyvetter, M.A. Wattiaux. 2018

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 7: 664.

Whole herd enteric methane emission estimates in three contrasting daisy systems.

Utsumi S., D. Beede, S. Zimmerman, and P. Zimmerman.

J. Dairy Sci. 94(E-Suppl. 1): 607.

Methane mitigation in dairy cattle with 3-NOP in an on-farm trial

Van Wesemael D., N. Peiren, L. Vandaele, V. Fievez, S. Duval, S. De Campeneere. 2016

EAAP Book of Abstracts. Vol. 22. Page 459.

Methane emissions and feeding behavior of feedlot cattle supplemented with nitrate or urea.

Velazco J.I, D. J. Cottle, R. S. Hegarty. 2014

Animal Production Science 54:1737-1740

Short-term emission measurements in beef feedlot cattle to demonstrate enteric methane mitigation from dietary nitrate.

Velazco, J.L, g. Bremmer, L. Li, K Luijben, R.S. Hegarty, H, P. Perdox.

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 4:579

Zealand Validation and Field tests test of GreenFeed an automated system for the measurement of methane fluxes from ruminants.

Waghorn, G, C. Pinares, P. Zimmerman, S. Zimmerman. 2011

Unpublished paper presented at the Sixth International Symposium on Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases, November 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Implementation of GreenFeed for estimating methane in a dairy herd grazing pasture.

Waghorn, G., E. J. Garnet, C. S. Pinares, and S. Zimmerman.

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 4:436.

Methane production is not associated with sire groups or residual feed intake in feedlot Angus cattle.

Weber, K.L., J.A. Rendon, C. Antwi, A.L. Ven Eenennaam, E. Krebreab.

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 4:518.

Analysis and review of publicly available GreenFeed results.

Zimmerman S., P.R. Zimmerman. 2016

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. Issue Suppl_1. Page 565.

Measurement and evaluation of enteric CH4 emissions and variability in production systems.

Zimmerman, S., A. Brito, P. Huhtanen, K. Johnson, J. Michal, A. Pereira, C. Pineras, S. Utsumi, G. Waghorn, and P. Zimmerman.

Adv. Anim. Biosci. 4:518.

Aerodynamic design of a TMR feed bin to measure gaseous emissions from cattle.

Zimmerman, S., J. Roche, and P. Zimmerman. 2019

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98, E-Suppl.

excretion by condensed tannin supplementation

Zimmerman. P., S. Zimmerman, S. Utsumi, D. Beede.

J. Dairy Sci. 94(E-Suppl. 1):856.

Evaluation of a novel system to measure enteric methane emissions from beef cattle on pasture.

Zimmerman. S., J. J. Michal, R. White, K. A. Johnson, A. Guerouali, P. Zimmerman.

J. Dairy Sci. 96(E-Suppl. 1):471.

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Method Comparisons

Enteric methane emissions from low and high residual feed intake beef heifers measured using GreenFeed and respiration chamber techniques

Alemu, A. W., D. Vyas, G. Manafiazar, J. A. Basarab, K. A. Beauchemin. 2017

Journal of Animal Science, Vol 95, Issue 8, pp 3727–3737

Repeatability of enteric methane determinations from cattle using either the SF6 tracer technique or the GreenFeed system

Arbre M., Y. Rochette, J. Guyader, C. Lascoux, L. Miguel Gamez, M. Eugane, D. Morgavi, G. Renand, M. Doreau, C. Martin. 2015

Anim. Prod. Sci. Vol. 56. pp 238-243.

Use of new technologies to evaluate the environmental footprint of feedlot systems. TAS

Cole N.A., D.B. Parker, R.W. Todd, A.B. Leytem, R.S. Dungan, K.E. Hales, S.L. Ivey, J. Jennings. 2018

Vol. 2. Issue 1. pp 89-100

Evaluation of a gas in vitro system for predicting methane production in vivo.

Danielsson R., Ramin M, Bertilsson J, Lund P. Huhtanen P. 2017

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 100. Issue 11. pp 8881-8894.

Persistence of differences between dairy cows categorized as low or high methane emitters, as estimated from milk mid-infrared spectra and measured by GreenFeed,

Denninger T.M., F. Dohme-Meier, L. Eggerschwiler, A. F. Vanlierde, B. Grandl, Gredler, M. Kreuzer, A. Schwarm, A. Münger. 2019

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 102. Issue 12, pp 11751-11765

Comparison of 3 methods for estimating enteric methane and carbon dioxide emission in nonlactating cows

Doreau M., M. Arbre, Y. Rochette, C. Lascoux, M. Eugène, C. Martin. 2018

Vol. 96. Issue 4. pp 1559-1569

Comparison of Methods to Measure Methane for Use in Genetic Evaluation of Dairy Cattle

Garnsworthy P.C., G.F. Difford, M.J. Bell, A.R. Bayat, P. Huhtanen, B. Kuhla, J. Lassen, N. Peiren, M. Pszczola, D. Sorg, M.H. Visker, T. Yan

Animals 2019, 9, 837

Methane emissions from cattle: Estimates from short-term measurements using a GreenFeed system compared with measurements obtained using respiration chambers or sulphur hexafluoride tracer.

Hammond, K.J, D.J. Humphries, L.A. Crompton, C. Green, C.K. Reynolds

Anim Feed Sci Technol. V 203, pp 41-52.

Associations amount methane emission traits measured in the feedlot and in respiration chambers in Angus cattle bred to vary in feed efficiency

Herd R.M., J.I. Velazco, P.F. Arthur, R.F. Hegarty. 2016

J. of Anim. Sci. Vol. 94. Issue 11. pp 4882-4891.

Short communication: Comparison of the GreenFeed system with the sulfur hexafluoride tracer technique for measuring enteric methane emissions from dairy cows.

Hristov A.N, J. Oh, F. Giallongo, T. Frederick, M.T. Harper, H. Weeks, A.F. Branco, W.J. Price, P.J. Moate, M.H. Deighton, S.R.O. Williams, M. Kindermann, S. 2016

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 99. pp 5461–5465.

Symposium review: Uncertainties in enteric methane inventories, measurement techniques, and prediction model

Hristov A.N., Kebreab E., Niu M., Oh J., Bannink A., Bayat A.R., Boland T.M., A.F. Brito, D.P. Casper, L.A. Crompton, J. Dijkstra, M. Eugène, P.C. Garnsworthy, N. Haque, A.L.F. Hellwing, P. Huhtanen, M. Kreuzer, B. Kuhla, P. Lund, J. Madsen, C. Martin, P.J. Moate, S. Muetzel, C. Muñoz, N. Peiren, J.M. Powell, C.K. Reynolds, A. Schwarm, K.J. Shingfield, T.M. Storlien, M.R. Weisbjerg, D.R. Yáñez-Ruiz, Z. Yu. 2018

J. Dairy Sci. 101 pp 6655-6674.

Comparison of methods to determine methane emissions from dairy cows in farm conditions

Huhtanen P., E. H. Cabezas-Garcia, S. Utsumi, S. Zimmerman. 2015

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 98. pp 3394–3409

Enteric methane and carbon dioxide emissions measured using respiration chambers, the sulfur hexafluoride tracer technique, and a GreenFeed head-chamber system from beef heifers fed alfalfa silage at three allowances and four feeding frequencies.

Jonker A., G. Molano, C. Antwi, G.C. Waghorn. 2016

Anim. Sci. J. Vol. 94. Issue 10. pp 4326-433.

A meta-analysis comparing four measurement methods to determine the relationship between methane emissions and dry-matter intake in New Zealand dairy cattle.

Jonker A., P. Green, G. Waghorn, T. van der Weerden, D. Pacheco, C. Klein. 2018

Anim. Prod. Sci

RUMINANTS AND METHANE 2: 4 Methods and techniques for measuring GHG emissions from ruminants.

Lind V. 2020

NIBIO POP. 6(4).

Émissions de méthane de vaches au pâturage: comparaison de deux méthodes de mesure.

Münger, A., T. Denninger, C. Martin, L. Eggerschwiler, F. Dohme-Meier

Vol. 9. Issue 6. pp 180-185.

Rapid Communication: Ranking dairy cows for methane emissions measured using respiration chamber or GreenFeed techniques during early, peak, and late lactation.

Rischewski J., A. Bielak, G. Nürnberg, M. Derno, B. Kuhla. 2017

Anim. Sci. J. Vol. 95. Issue 7. pp 3154-3159.

Comparison of a laser methane detector with the GreenFeed and two breath analysers for on-farm measurements of methane emissions from dairy cows.

Sorg D., G.F. Difford, S. Mühlbach, B. Kuhla, H.H. Swalve, J. Lassen, T. Strabel, M. Pszczola

Comput. Electron. Agr. Vol. 153. pp 285-294.

Use of short-term breath measures to estimate daily methane production by cattle.

Velazco J., D. Mayer, S. Zimmerman, R. Hegarty. 2015

Animal, 10(1). pp 25-33

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Optimal Use/Statistics

Optimizing test procedures for estimating daily methane and carbon dioxide emissions in cattle using short-term breath measures.

Arthur P.F., I. M. Barchia, C. Weber, T. Bird-Gardiner, K. A. Donoghue, R. M. Herd, R. S. Hegarty. 2017

J. of Anim. Sci. Vol. 95. Issue 2. pp 645–656.

Estimating daily methane production in individual cattle with irregular feed intake patterns from short-term methane emission measurements

Cottle D., J. Velazco, R. Hegarty, D. Mayer. 2015

Animal. Vol. 9 Issue 12.

Hot topic: Selecting cattle for low residual feed intake did not affect daily methane production but increased methane yield.

Flay H.E., B. Kuhn-Sherlock, K.A. Macdonald, M. Camara, N. Lopez-Villalobos, D.J. Donaghy, J.R. Roche. 2019

J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 102 Issue 3. pp 2708-2713.

Technical Note: Effect of bait delivery interval in an automated head-chamber system on respiration gas estimates when cattle are grazing rangeland.

Gunter S.A., J.A. Bradford. 2017

PAS. Vol. 33. Issue 4. pp 490-497.

Measuring the respiratory gas exchange by grazing cattle using an automated, open-circuit gas quantification system.

Gunter S.A., M.R. Beck. 2018

TAS. Vol. 2. Issue 1. pp 11-18.

The Use of an Automated System (GreenFeed) to Monitor Enteric Methane and Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Ruminant Animals.

Hristov, A. N., Oh, J., Giallongo, F., Frederick, T., Weeks, H., Zimmerman, P. R., Harper, M. T., Hristova, R. A., Zimmerman, R. S., Branco, A. F. 2015

J. Vis. Exp. (103), e52904,

Enteric methane emission can be reliably measured by the GreenFeed monitoring unit.

Huhtanen, P., M. Ramin, A.N. Hristov. 2019

Livest. Sci. Vol. 222. pp 31-40.

Repeatability and variability of short-term spot measurement of methane and carbon dioxide from beef cattle using GreenFeed emissions monitoring system.

Manafiazer G., S. Zimmmerman, J.A. Basarab.

Can J of Anim Sci Vol. 97. Issue 1. pp 118-126

Attractants for automated emission measurement (Greenfeed®) in pasture-based systems.

Mombach M.A., P. Carvalho, L.S. Cabral, R.A.R. Rodrigues, R.C. Torres, D.H. Pereira, B.C. Pedreira. 2018

R. Bras. Zootec. Vol. 47

Measuring methane from grazing dairy cows using GreenFeed

Waghorn G., A. Jonker, K. MacDonald. 2016

Anim. Prod Sci. Vol. 56 Issue 3

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Physiology

Variability among individual young beef bulls and heifers in methane emissions.

Renand, G., E. Ricard, D. Maupeti, J.C. Thouly. 2013

Book of Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the European Association for European Federation of Animal Science, Nantes, France. Page 195.

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SmartFeed Publications

Novel livestock supplementation: reducing shy feeders

Cottle D.J., R. Wyld

Proc. Aust. Soc. Anim. Prod. Vol. 31. Paper: 834.

Application of in-paddock technologies to monitor individual self-fed supplement intake and liveweight in beef cattle.

Imaz, J. A., García, S., & González, L. A. 2020

Animals, 10(1), 93.

Real-Time Monitoring of Self-Fed Supplement Intake, Feeding Behaviour, and Growth Rate as Affected by Forage Quantity and Quality of Rotationally Grazed Beef Cattle.

Imaz, J.A., S. García, L.A. González. 2019

Animals, 9, 1129

Mineral Intake, Feeding Behavior, and Growth Performance of Cow-Calf Pairs Grazing Native Range.

McCarthy K.L., M. Undi, C.R. Dahlen. 2018

TAS. Vol. 96. Issue Suppl_2. pp 83-84.

Utilizing an electronic feeder to measure mineral intake, feeding behavior and growth performance of cow-calf pairs grazing native range.

McCarthy K.L., M. Undi, C.R. Dahlen. 2018

2018 North Dakota Beef and Sheep Report. pp 15-17.

Utilizing an electronic feeder to measure mineral and energy supplement intake in beef heifers grazing native range

McCarthy K.L., S.R. Underdahl, M. Undi, S. Becker, C.R. Dahlen. 2019

TAS. Vol. 3. Issue Suppl_1. pp 1719–1723

Effect of energy and lasalocid supplementation on stocker cattle performance grazing winter-wheat pasture.

Pickett A., S. Gunter. 2019

J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 97. Issue Suppl_1. pp 59-60.

Technical Note: Daily variation in intake of a salt-limited supplement by grazing steers.

Reuter R.R., C.A. Moffet, G.W. Horn, S. Zimmerman, M. Billars. 2017

PAS. Vol. 33. Issue 3. pp 372-377.

Impacts of form of salt-limited supplement on supplement intake behavior and performance with yearling heifers grazing dryland pastures.

White H.C., M.L. Van Emon, H.M. Delcurto-Wyffels, S.A. Wyffels, T. Delcurto. 2019

TAS. Vol. 3. Issue Suppl_1. pp 1650–1654

Effect of Supplementation Method on Protein Supplement Intake and Performance of Individual Beef Steers Grazing Native Range.

Williams G.D., M.R. Beck, L.R. Thompson, G.W. Horn, R.R. Reuter. 2016

J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 95. Issue Suppl_1. pp 16.

Variability in supplement intake affects performance of beef steers grazing dormant tallgrass prairie.

Williams G.D., M.R. Beck, L.R. Thompson, G.W. Horn, R.R. Reuter. 2018

PAS. Vol. 34. Issue 4. pp 364-371.

The influence of age and environmental conditions on supplement intake and behavior of winter grazing beef cattle on mixed-grass rangelands.

Wyffels S.A., A.R. Williams, C.T. Parsons, J.M. Dafoe, D.L. Boss, T. DelCurto, N.G. Davis, J.G.P. Bowman. 2018

TAS. Vol. 2. Issue Suppl_1. pp S89-S92.

An evaluation of the relationship between supplement intake behavior, performance, and grazing behavior by beef cattle grazing northern mixed-grass rangelands.

Wyffels S.A., T.P. McClain, J.M. Dafoe, C.T. Parsons, D.L. Boss, T. Delcurto. 2019

TAS. Vol. 3. Issue Suppl_1, pp 1802–1806.

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Theses

Mitigating enteric methane production and nitrogen excretion from forage-fed ruminants.

Aboagye I.A. 2019

Doctoral thesis. University of Alberta.

Mitigation of Methane via Nitrate Feed and Yea-Sacc Supplementation. Undergraduate thesis.

Ashworth, J. 2016

Ohio State University.

Mitigating Enteric Methane Emissions from Grazing Beef Cattle Through Fat Supplementation.

Beck M.R. 2017

Oklahoma State University.

Use of n-alkane and fecal near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (fNIRS) methods and traditional prediction equations to estimate intake of RFI-divergent beef cattle grazing annual and perennial pastures.

Byron B. 2018

University of Manitoba.

Methane production in dairy cows - individual cow variability in methane production.

Cabezas Garcia E.H. 2017

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Valorisation de la gourgane (Vicia faba L. major cultivar Baie-St-Paul) dans l'alimentation de la vache laitière: effets sur l'utilisation de l'azote, le méthane d'origine entérique et les performances zootechniques.

Cherif C.

Université Laval.

Energy and protein efficiency of lactating dairy cows fed ground peas, canola meal and rumen-protected amino acids.

De Barros Duarte Pereira, A. 2016

University of New Hampshire.

The effects of nutritional supplementation in early life on methane emissions and performance in ruminants.

Debruyne, S. 2019

Ghent University.

Predição de emissão de metano entérico de vacas leiteiras.

Donadia A.B.

Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso.

Mitigation of enteric methane emissions from ruminants in subtropical production systems.

Du Toit C.J.L. 2017

University of Pretoria.

Measurement of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Beef Cattle Using the GreenFeed System.

Ebert, P.J. 2016

West Texas A&M University

Methane emissions from dairy heifers as affected by residual feed intake and breed.

Flay H.E. 2018

Massey University.

Domestic protein feeds in dairy production - potential of rapeseed feeds and red clover.

Gidlund H. 2017

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Feed efficiency in dairy cows: individual cow variability in component traits.

Guinguina, A. 2020

Swedish University of Agricultural Science.

Methane from Lactating Dairy Cattle: Studies for Mitigation, Diurnal Variation, and Role in Energy Metabolism.

Judy J.V. 2017

University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Estimating daily energy flows in freestall-housed dairy cattle with automated data collection.

Kedzierski, P. 2020

University of Guelph

Performance and methane emissions of RFI selected cattle in drylot and under open range conditions.

Lansink, N. 2018

University of Alberta

Potential Roles of Nitrate and Live Yeast Culture to Suppress Methane Emission and their Influence on Ruminal Fermentation, Digestibility, and Milk Production in Jersey Cows.

Meller, R.A. 2016

Ohio State University

Use of 15 N to estimate microbial contamination and protein degradation of concentrate feeds and the effect of decreasing dietary crude protein on methane emission and nitrogen losses in Nellore bulls.

Menezes, A.C.B. 2016

Universidade Federal de Viçosa.

Consumo, desempenho, emissão de metano e características de carcaça de novilhos da raça Canchim recriados a pasto e terminados em confinamento.

Méo Filho

Faculdade de Zootecnia e Engenharia de Alimentos.

Quantifying Impact of Diet on Enteric Methane Emissions and Manure Nutrient Dynamics in Dairy Cattle.

Niu M. 2017

University of California, Davis.

Improved utilisation of grass silage in milk production - harvesting strategy and feeding value.

Pang, D. 2018

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Effects of 3-nitrooxypropanol on feeding behavior and rumen fermentation in beef cattle fed a growing diet.

Pechtl, H. 2019

Ohio State University

Intensidades de emissão de gás metano de bovinos Nelore terminados a pasto e cruzados em confinamento.

Sakamoto L.S.

Faculdade de Zootecnia e Engenharia de Alimentos

Feed efficiency dynamics in relation to lactation and methane emissions in dairy cattle.

Seymour, D. J. 2020

University of Guelph

Produção animal e emissões de gases de efeito estufa em pastos de capim-ipyporã e capim-mulato II no bioma Amazônia.

Silva D.S.M.

Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso.

Assessing the potential of a novel feed additive and an unsaturated fat alone and in combination to lower methane emission from cattle and reduce their contribution to climate change.

Smith M.L. 2017

University of Delaware

Effect of Ruminal Acidosis, Dietary Manipulation, and Residual Feed Intake on Methane Emission in Lactating Dairy Cows.

Sun F. 2018

The University of Wisconsin – Madison

Quantifying Enteric Methane Emissions by Stocker Cattle Grazing Winter Wheat.

Thompson L.R. 2017

Oklahoma State University

Impact des stratégies de réduction des gaz à effet serre sur les fermes laitières.

Velarde Guillen J.

Université Laval.

Effect of Supplemenation Method on Supplement Intake and Performance of Steers Grazing Dormant Tallgrass Prairie.

Williams G.D. 2017

Oklahoma State University

Construction of a Pen-Scale Methane Collection System and Dietary Strategies for Methane Mitigation from Growing and Finishing Cattle.

Winders T.M. 2018

University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Dormant season grazing of northern mixed grass prairies: effect of supplementation and winter environmental conditions on beef cattle grazing behavior, residual vegetation conditions and variation in supplement intake

Wyffels S.A. 2019

Montana State University.

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