We are excited to provide details about a Research Technology Symposium taking place at the 2017 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting & Trade Show! This full-day symposium, focused on ruminant and grazing research, is scheduled for Monday, July 10.
The goal of the Research Technology Symposium is to use up-to-date and engaging speakers to educate our scientists on the latest technological practices being used in ruminant and grazing research. The symposium was introduced to the program by the Ruminant Nutrition committee, and the overall effort was spear headed by Dr. Beth Kegley (Overall Vice-Chair of the 2017 Meeting).
Use of New Technologies to Evaluate the Sustainability of Grazing Systems
Ryan Reuter, Oklahoma State University
Use of New Technologies to Evaluate the Environmental Footprint of Feedlot Systems
N. Andy Cole, USDA-ARS Conservation and Production Research Laboratory (retired); David B. Parker, USDA Agricultural Research Service; Richard W. Todd, USDA-ARS; April B. Leytem, USDA-ARS; Robert Dungan, USDA-ARS; Shanna L. Ivey, New Mexico State University
Measuring the Respiratory Gas Exchange of Grazing Cattle Using the Greenfeed Emissions Monitoring System
Stacey A. Gunter, USDA-ARS; Sara E. Duke, USDA-ARS; Matthew R. Beck, Oklahoma State University
Use of GPS Tracking Collars and Accelerometers for Rangeland Livestock Production Research
Derek W. Bailey, Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University; Mark G. Trotter, Central Queensland University; Colt W. Knight, University of Maine; Milt G. Thomas, Department of Animal Sciences, Colorado State University; Derek W. Bailey, Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University
The Use of a Rumination Monitoring Device for Finishing Beef Steers Receiving Different Particle Size and Inclusion Rate of Dietary Roughage
J. S. Jennings, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center; W. W. Gentry, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center; C. P. Weiss, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center; C. M. Meredith, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center; N. A. Cole, USDA-ARS Conservation and Production Research Laboratory (retired); F. T. McCollum, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center
Continuous Ruminal pH Measurement: Validation, Opportunities, and Limitations
Gregory B. Penner, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, University of Saskatchewan
Using Advanced Technologies to Quantify Cattle Behavior
John T. Richeson, West Texas A&M University
Automated Collection of Heat Stress Data in Livestock: New Technologies and Opportunities
James E. Koltes, Department of Animal Science, University of Arkansas
ASAS and CSAS are thrilled to be able to offer a high level of programming without having to raise registration rates, ensuring the best meeting experience at the most economical rate.
Need more information about the 2017 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting? Visit the meeting page.
See you in Baltimore!