NE1544: Dairy Production systems: C,N, and P management for production, profitability and the environment.
(Multistate Research Project)
Please refer to Termination Report for NE1044 in NIMSS.
Cook, D. E., M.B. Hall, P. Doane, M. Cecava and D.K. Combs. 2016. The effects on digestibility and ruminal measures of chemically treated corn stover as partial replacement for grain in dairy diets. J. Dairy Sci. 996343-6351.
Powell, J. M., T. Barros, M. Danes, M. Aguerre, M. Wattiaux, and K. Reed. (2017). Nitrogen use efficiencies to grow, feed, and recycle manure from the major diet components fed to dairy cows in the USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 239: 274-282.
Barros, T., M. J. Powell, M.A.C. Danes, M. J. Aguerre and M. A. Wattiaux. (2017). Relative partitioning of N from alfalfa silage, corn silage, corn grain and soybean meal into milk, urine, and feces, using stable 15N isotope. Animal Feed Science and Technology 229: 91-96.
Barros, T., M. A. Quaassdorff, M. J. Aguerre, J. J. Olmos-Colmenero, S. J. Bertics, P. M. Crump and M. A. Wattiaux (2017). Effects of dietary crude protein concentration on late-lactation dairy cow performance and indicators of nitrogen utilization. Journal of Dairy Science 100(7): 5434-5448.
Bonifacio, H.F., Rotz, C.A., Hafner, S., Montes, F., Cohen, M., Mitloehner, F. 2016. A process-based emission model for volatile organic compounds from silage sources on farms. Atmospheric Environment. 152:85-97.
Bonifacio, H.F., C.A. Rotz and T.L. Richard. 2017. A process-based model for cattle manure compost windrows: Part 1 – model description. Trans. ASABE 60(3):877-892.
Bonifacio, H.F., C.A. Rotz and T.L. Richard. 2017. A process-based model for cattle manure compost windrows: Part 2 – model performance and application. Trans. ASABE 60(3):893-913.
Duncan, E.W., P.J.A. Kleinman, D.B. Beegle, and C.A. Rotz. 2017. Coupling dairy manure storage with injection to improve nitrogen management: Whole-farm simulation using the Integrated Farm System Model. Agric. Environ. Letters 2:160048. doi:10.2134/ael2016.12.0048
Rotz, C.A., R.H. Skinner, A.M.K. Stoner, and K. Hayhoe. 2016. Evaluating greenhouse gas mitigation and climate change adaptation in dairy production using farm simulation. Trans. ASABE 59(6):1771-1781.
Rotz, C.A., R.H. Skinner, A.M.K. Stoner, and K. Hayhoe. 2016. Farm simulation can help dairy production systems adapt to climate change. In J. Hatfield and D. Fleisher. Advances in Agricultural Modeling, Vol. 7 pp 91-124. ASA-CSSA-SSA, Madison, WI.
Rotz, C.A. and G. Thoma. 2017. Assessing the carbon footprint of dairy production systems. p. 19-31, In D.K. Beede (ed). Large Dairy Herd Management, 3rd ed., Am. Dairy Sci. Assoc., Champaign, IL.
Veltman, K., C.D. Jones, R. Gaillard, S. Cela, L. Chase, B.D. Duval, R.C. Izaurralde, Q.M. Ketterings, C. Li, M. Matlock, A. Reddy, A. Rotz, W. Salas, P. Vadas, O. Jolliet. 2017. Comparison of process-based models to quantify nutrient flows and greenhouse gas emissions associated with milk production. Agric., Ecosys, Environ. 237:31-44.
Long, J., and R. Miller. 2017. Impact of tannins on nitrogen cycling and the potential to reduce ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions. ASABE Presentation No. 1701035. St. Joseph, MI: American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
Miller. R., J. Long, and M. Jensen. 2017. Impacts of tannins on nitrogen cycling and the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 2017. In 2017 Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
Carey, B., Pitz, C., Harrison, J. H. (2017). Field nitrogen budgets and post-harvest soil nitrate as indicators of N leaching to groundwater in a Pacific Northwest dairy grass field. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 107(1), 107 - 123.
Neerackal, G., Ndegwa, P. M., Joo, H. S., Harrison, J. H. MANURE-pH management for mitigating ammonia emissions from dairy barns and liquid manure storages. Applied Engineering in Agriculture, 33(2), 235-242.