15th Conf on Biometeorology and Aerobiology and the 16th International Congress of Biometeorology

Poster Session 2: Poster Session: Animal Biometeorology

Tuesday, 29 October 2002: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Papers:
 
Weather Data Processor Using Commercial Weather Station System to Generate Cattle Livestock Safety Index
R. A. Eigenberg, USDA/ARS, Clay Center, NE; and J. A. Nienaber, G. L. Hahn, and T. M. Brown-Brandl

 
Use of Ascophyllum nodosum for alleviation of heat stress in cattle
James E. Williams, University of Missouri / Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbia, Missouri; and L. Thompson, K. J. Barnhart, D. E. Spiers, and D. P. Colling

 
The effect of progressively higher level of heat challenge on temperature control of cattle
Ahmed Al-Haidary, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and D. Spiers and M. Leonard

 
Periparturient immune response in heat-stressed dairy cows fed supplemental chromium tripicolinate
Nicola Lacetera, UniversitÓ della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy; and B. Ronchi, U. Bernabucci, D. Scalia, and A. Nardone

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Odorous Air Emissions from Livestock and Poultry Operations

 
Milk production responses during heat wave events in Argentina
Silvia E. Valtorta, CONICET, Rafaela, Santa Fe, Argentina; and P. E. Leva, M. R. Gallardo, and O. E. Scarpati

 
Haematochemical profile of commerical layers influenced by heat combating systems during high ambient temperature.
Muhammad Safdar Anjum, University College of Agriculture, Faisalabad., Punjab, Pakistan; and Z. Rahman, M. Akram, S. Mahmood, and M. A. Sandhu

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Evaluation of feedlot cattle response to summer heat in open or shaded pens
Laura E. McVicker, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO; and M. J. Leonard and D. E. Spiers

 
Effects of different term of exposure to hot environment on metabolic response by sheep
Umberto Bernabucci, UniversitÓ della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy; and B. Ronchi, N. Lacetera, and A. Nardone