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    • Brief Introduction to the NASEM (formerly known as NRC) 8th Revised Edition of the Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle 

      Weiss, W.P. (2021-10-19)
      After more than 20 years a new NRC for dairy cattle has been published. The National Research Council (NRC) is now referred to as the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) so we need to get used ...
    • Meadow Fescue Grass Varieties for Optimal Forage Quality in Dairy Production Systems 

      Tacoma-Fogal, R.; Cherney, J.H.; Cherney, D.J.R. (2021-10-19)
      Achieving optimal forage quality on dairy farms is key towards supporting high milk production. In New York State, over 85% of alfalfa sown is done in combination with a perennial grass, a unique practice in dairy production ...
    • Ruminant Farm Systems Model: Development Progress and Applications 

      Reed, K.F. (2021-10-19)
      The Ruminant Farm Systems (RuFaS) model is a whole farm simulation model that tracks nutrient flows, transformations, losses, and exports from the herd, manure, fields, and feeds. In this update, progress is reviewed and ...
    • Memoriam for Peter J. Van Soest (1929 – 2021) - His Revolutionary Impact on the Science and Education of Fiber Nutrition 

      Mertens, D.R. (2021-10-19)
      David Mertens and Mike Van Amburgh will reflect on the life, career and contributions of Dr. Peter J. Van Soest in the last session on Wednesday afternoon. Dave will discuss Peter's significant contributions to fiber ...
    • Enteric Methane Mitigation 

      Kebreab, E.; Fouts, J. (2021-10-19)
      Enteric methane production contributes to most of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from livestock; therefore, it is key to mitigating such emissions. A number of strategies have been developed to reduce enteric methane ...
    • Dairy Industry Sustainability- Has Progress Been Made? 

      Chase, L. E. (2021-10-19)
      This paper will highlight the progress the dairy industry has made in improving efficiency of nutrient use and decreasing nutrient excretion to the environment. Nitrogen, phosphorus, ammonia and methane will be the primary ...
    • New Dietary Guidelines for Americans and Impact on Dairy 

      Aldrich, J.M (2021-10-19)
      Since the first edition was published in 1980, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans have provided science-based advice on what to eat and drink to promote health, reduce the risk of chronic disease, and meet nutrient needs. ...
    • The Gender Policy Report: Seizing the Moment to Make Our Care Systems More Equitable 

      Pinto, Sanjay; Campos-Medina, Patricia; Mabud, Rakeen; Wagner, K.C. (University of Minnesota, 2021-05-27)
      The Biden administration’s $600 billion in proposed federal funding for childcare and long-term care is rightly being framed as an investment in the nation’s core “infrastructure.” Indeed, a robust and equitable care ...
    • In Memory of Thomas P. Golden 

      K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability (K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability, 2021)
      Within these pages are memories and messages of dozens of people whose lives Thomas Golden touched. Thomas left this world, or "winged" as his wife Janel characterized it, on November 1, 2020, after a battle with pancreatic ...
    • SEAP Bulletin Fall 2021 

      Unknown author (2021-10-13)
      The Southeast Asia Program Bulletin is a bi-annual publication covering Cornell faculty and student research, SEAP outreach activities, as well as SEAP news and updates.