124 C06 Robert F Barnes Graduate Student Oral Contest

Oral Session
C06 Forage and Grazinglands
Robert F. Barnes Graduate Student Oral Contest
Monday, November 3, 2014: 10:00 AM-4:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, S-7

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Twain J. Butler
Benjamin F. Tracy
10:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:05 AM
Digital Image Analysis of Old World Bluestem Canopy Cover and Leaf Area.
Yedan Xiong, Texas Tech University; Charles West, Texas Tech University; C. P. Brown, Texas Tech University
10:20 AM
Estimating Productivity of Forage Corn and Sorghum Under Various Irrigation Regimes.
Gerardo van den Hoek, University of California-Davis; Jeffrey Mitchell, University of California-Davis; Daniel H. Putnam, University of California-Davis; Daniel Munk, University of California Cooperative Extension; Jeffery A. Dahlberg, University of California Kearney Agricultural Center
10:35 AM
Polymorhpisms at DRD2 Gene Affect the Gains of Cow-Calf Pairs on Tall Fescue Pasture.
Brett T. Jones, University of Missouri; Robert L. Kallenbach, University of Missouri; Cheryl J. Kojima, University of Tennessee
10:50 AM
Trade-Offs Between Forage Quality and Yield of Winter Cereals Grown As Forage in Double-Cropping Systems.
Jeff Liebert, Cornell University; Matthew Ryan, Cornell University; Quirine M. Ketterings, Cornell University
11:05 AM
Effects of Nitrogen Rate and Cutting Management on Emergency Forages No-Tilled into Winterkilled Alfalfa.
Reagan L. Noland, University of Minnesota; M. Scott Wells, University of Minnesota; Craig C. Sheaffer, University of Minnesota
11:20 AM
Enhanced Efficiency Nitrogen Fertilizers on the Production and Nutritive Value of Bermudagrass Pastures.
Caitlin E. Timberlake, University of Kentucky; Ben M. Goff, University of Kentucky; Gregg C. Munshaw, University of Kentucky; John H. Grove, University of Kentucky
11:35 AM
Animal and Pasture Responses to Grazing Management of Chemically Suppressed Tall Fescue in Mixed Pastures.
Jessica Williamson, University of Kentucky; Glen Aiken, USDA-ARS, FAPRU; Ben M. Goff, University of Kentucky; E. Scott Flynn, Dow AgroSciences; Michael Barrett, University of Kentucky
11:50 AM
Lunch Break
1:10 PM
A Technique to Evaluate Persistence of Small Grain Cultivars Under Grazing Conditions.
William B. Smith, Texas A&M University; Francis M. Rouquette Jr., Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Gerald R. Smith, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; E. Charles Brummer, University of California - Davis; Twain J. Butler, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Joseph H. Bouton, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
1:25 PM
1:40 PM
Simulating Switchgrass Biomass Yield and N Removal Using Almanac.
Alexandre Caldeira Rocateli, Oklahoma State University; Charles West, Texas Tech University; Kristofor R. Brye, University of Arkansas; James R. Kiniry, USDA-ARS Grassland Soil & Water Research Lab; Michael Popp, University of Arkansas; Amanda J Ashworth, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
1:55 PM
Intercropping Corn and Forage Sorghum for Hay Production in North Dakota.
Dulan Samarappuli, North Dakota State University; Alfredo Aponte, North Dakota State University; Osvaldo Teuber, North Dakota State University; Russell W. Gesch, USDA-ARS; Marisol T. Berti, North Dakota State University
2:10 PM
Phenolics in Southern African Browse Species.
Caitlyn E. Cooper, Texas A&M University; Harley D. Naumann, University of Missouri; James P. Muir, Texas A&M AgriLife Research-Stephenville; J. Randal Bow, Texas A&M AgriLife Research-Stephenville; Barry D. Lambert, Texas A&M AgriLife Research-Stephenville
2:25 PM
Establishment of Native Grass and Forb Species on Georgia Roadsides.
Christopher R. Johnston, University of Georgia - Griffin; Patrick E. McCullough, University of Georgia - Griffin
2:40 PM
3:15 PM
Quality and Yield of Seven Forages Grown Under Partial Shading of Simulated Silvopastoral Production System in East Texas.
Jodi Elizabeth Hill, Stephen F. Austin State University; Kenneth W. Farrish, Stephen F. Austin State University; Bryan Oswald, Stephen F. Austin State University; J. L. Young, Stephen F. Austin State University; Alan Shadow, USDA NRCS East Texas Plant Materials Center
3:30 PM
Tannin Content in Birdsfoot Trefoil in Response to Herbivory and Season.
Rebecca Uphold, West Virginia University; James Kotcon, West Virginia University; Thomas Griggs, West Virginia University; Edward Rayburn, West Virginia University
3:45 PM
Nutritive Value of Switchgrass and Sudex As Influenced By Forage Management.
Christine Gelley, University of Tennessee - Knoxville; Renata La Guardia Nave, University of Tennessee - Knoxville; Gary E. Bates, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
4:00 PM