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M. M. Reis, Cook, T. W., Cappellozza, B. Ieda, Marques, R. S., Filho, T. A. Guarnie, Rodrigues, M. C., Bradley, J. S., Mueller, C. J., Keisler, D. H., Johnson, S. E., and Bohnert, D. W., Creep-Feeding to Stimulate Metabolic Imprinting in Nursing Beef Heifers: Impacts on Heifer Growth, Reproductive and Physiological Variables, animal, vol. 97, no. 09, pp. 1500 - 1508, 2015.
T. A. Currier, Bohnert, D. W., Falck, S. J., and Bartle, S. J., Comparison of urea and biuret as nitrogen supplements to low-quality forage: Daily and alternate day supplementation effects on efficiency of nitrogen use in lambs, in proceedings-American society of animal science western section, 2002.
T. A. Currier, Bohnert, D. W., Falck, S. J., Schauer, C. S., and Bartle, S. J., Comparison of Urea and Biuret as Nitrogen Supplements to Low-Quality Forage: Daily and Alternate Day Supplementation Effects on Digestion and Ruminal Fermentation in Steers, in PROCEEDINGS-AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ANIMAL SCIENCE WESTERN SECTION, 2002.
D. Damiran, Delcurto, T., Bohnert, D. W., Pulsipher, G. D., and Findholt, S. L., Comparison of techniques and grinding size to estimate digestibility of forage base ruminant diets, Proc. West. Sec. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci., vol. 53. pp. 341-344, 2002.
D. Damiran, Delcurto, T., Bohnert, D. W., and Findholt, S. L., Comparison of techniques and grinding size to estimate digestibility of forage based ruminant diets, Animal Feed Science and Technology, vol. 141, no. 1-2, pp. 15 - 35, 2008.
T. Delcurto, Bohnert, D. W., and Ackerman, C., Characteristics and challenges of the beef cattle industry in the western US, Oregon Agric. Exp. Sta. Spec. Bull. pp. 8-16, 2000.
T. Delcurto, Bohnert, D. W., and Ackerman, C., Characteristics and challenges of the beef cattle industry in the western US, 2000.
T. Delcurto, Bohnert, D. W., and Ackerman, C. J., Characteristics and challenges of sustainable beef production in western US, in Strategic Supplementation of Beef Cattle Consuming Low-Quality Roughages in the Western United States, Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station, 2000.
D. W. Bohnert, Cappellozza, B. Ieda, Carroll, J. A., Cooke, R. F., Dailey, J., Tabacow, V. D., and Trevisanuto, C., Camelina meal supplementation to beef cattle: III. Effects on acute-phase and thyroid responses, Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Science, vol. 62. pp. 261-263, 2011.
B. Ieda Cappellozza, Cooke, R. F., Trevisanuto, C., Tabacow, V. D., and Bohnert, D. W., Camelina meal supplementation to beef cattle: II. effects on DMI, forage in situ digestibility, and plasma cholecystokinin concentrations, in Proc. West. Sect. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci, 2011.
D. W. Bohnert, Cappellozza, B. Ieda, Carroll, J. A., Cooke, R. F., Dailey, J., Tabacow, V. D., and Trevisanuto, C., Camelina meal supplementation to beef cattle: I. Effects on performance, dmi, and acute-phase protein response of feeder steers following transport, Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Science, vol. 62. pp. 7-10, 2011.
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D. W. Bohnert and Cooke, R. F., Applied nutritional strategies for the Northwest, in Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle-Northwest, Conference Proceedings. Boise, ID, 2011.
K. D. Lippolis, Cooke, R. F., Schubach, K. M., Brandão, A. P., da Silva, L. G. T., Marques, R. S., and Bohnert, D. W., Altering the time of vaccination against respiratory pathogens to enhance antibody response and performance of feeder cattle, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 94, no. 9, p. 3987, 2016.
M. L. Merrill, Bohnert, D. W., Harmon, D. L., Craig, A. M., and Schrick, F. N., The ability of a yeast-derived cell wall preparation to minimize the toxic effects of high-ergot alkaloid tall fescue straw in beef cattle1,2, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 858481718063858182736468605258817958135167551872701571734670103216975665444477265312215MP80–A4919, no. 10Suppl. 1Suppl. 1Suppl. 1Suppl. 14, pp. 2596 - 2605, 2007.

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