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Nutrition & Feeding

Danna Menis1, Adin Schwimmer1, Zeev Feldheim1, Zvika Weinberg2, Shmulik Fridman*1
1 Israel Dairy Board – National Service for Udder Health & Milk Quality

2 Vulcani Institute – Laboratory for Preservation of Fodder and By-products

Effect of Manure Treatment Methods in Cowsheds on Udder Health and Milk Quality

Ben Meir Y. et al –  animal, 1 2019: 1-8
Effect of lactation trimester and parity on eating behavior, milk production and efficiency traits of dairy cows

Asher A. et el – Journal of Animal Science, 2018 96 (3): 990-1009
Consistency of Feed Efficiency Ranking and Mechanisms Associated with Inter-Animal Variation among Growing Calves

Ben Meir Y. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2018 101(12) : 10973–10984
Eating behavior, milk production, rumination, and digestibility characteristics of high- and low-efficiency lactating cows fed a low-roughage diet

Muallem U. – Journal of Dairy Science, 2018 101 (10): 8641–8661
Invited review: Roles of dietary n-3 fatty acids in performance, milk fat composition, and reproductive and immune systems in dairy cattle

Ovadia Y. et al – Thyroid, 2018 28 (8): 1042-1051
Low Iodine Intake from Dairy Foods Despite High Milk Iodine Content in Israel

Cohen-Zinder M. et al, – The Journal of Agricultural Science, 2017 155 7: 1174-1186 
Ensiled Moringa oleifera: an antioxidant-rich feed that improves dairy cattle performance

Cohen-Zinder M. et al, – Small Ruminant Research, 2017 51: 110-116
Dietary supplementation of Moringa oleifera silage increases meat tenderness of Assaf lambs

Shaani Y. et al – animal, 2017 11 (12): 1-8
Effect of feeding long or short wheat hay v. wheat silage in the ration of lactating cows on intake, milk production and digestibility

Muallem U. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2016 219:
Molasses-based supplement improved the metabolic status of late-pregnant ewes bearing multiple fetuses

Zachut M. et al – RSC Advances, 2016 6 (70): 65412 – 65417
Milk glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity and glucose-6-phosphate are associated with oxidative stress and serve as indicators of energy balance in dairy cows

Cohen Zinder M. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2015 211: 75-83
Effect of feeding lactating cows with ensiled mixture of Moringa oleifera, wheat hay and molasses, on digestibility and efficiency of milk production

Halachmi I., Ben Meir Y., Miron J., Maltz E. – Animal, 2015 10 (9): 1-6
Feeding behavior improves prediction of dairy cow voluntary feed intake but cannot serve as the sole indicator

Eliyahu D. et al – Small Ruminant Research, 2015 131: 93-98
Effect of ensiling pomegranate pulp with solid additives on chemical composition, intake and digestibility by sheep

Eliyahu D. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2015 207: 1-9
Composition, preservation and digestibility by sheep of wet by-products from the food industry

Shaani Y. et al – Journal of Dairy Research, 2015 1 (1): 1-7
Effect of feeding ensiled mixture of pomegranate pulp and drier feeds on digestibility and milk performance in dairy cows

Asher A. et al – Journal of Dairy Science, 2014 97 (7): 4340–4353
Time required to determine performance variables and production efficiency of lactating dairy cows

Jami E. et al – Journal of Dairy Science, 2014 97 (3): 1623–1633
Effects of including NaOH-treated corn straw as a substitute for wheat hay in the ration of lactating cows on performance, digestibility, and rumen microbial profile

Weyl-Feinstein S. et al – Journal of Dairy Science, 2014 97 (9): 5800–5805
Short communication: Effect of pomegranate-residue supplement on Cryptosporidium parvum oocyst shedding in neonatal calves

Britzi M. et al – Toxins, 2013 5 (1): 173-83
Carry-Over of Aflatoxin B1 to Aflatoxin M1 in High Yielding Israeli Cows in Mid- and Late-Lactation

Leibovich H. et al – Small Ruminant Research, 2013 112 (1-3): 97-102
Digestibility by lambs and nutritive value for lactating ewes of a total mixed ration containing Cephalaria joppensis silage as wheat silage substitute

Jami E. et al – Journal of Dairy Science, 2012 95 (10): 5996-6005
Effects of adding a concentrated pomegranate-residue extract to the ration of lactating cows on in vivo digestibility and profile of rumen bacterial population

Miron J. et al – Journal of Dairy Science, 2012 95 (8): 4501-4509
Novel use of the wild species Cephalaria joppensis for silage preparation and its nutritive value for feeding lactating dairy cows

Shabtay A. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2012 175 (s 1–2): 24–32
Effects of adding a concentrated pomegranate extract to the ration of lactating cows on performance and udder health parameters

Mirom J. et al – Fuel and Energy Abstracts, 2011 168 (3): 179-187
Fresh dairy manure as a substitute for chemical fertilization in growing wheat forage; effects on soil properties, forage yield and composition, weed contamination, and hay intake and digestibility by sheep

Moallem U. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2011 94: 785-792
Effects of high dietary crude protein on the characteristics of preovulatory follicles in dairy heifers

Weinberg Z. et al – Fuel and Energy Abstracts, 2011 164 (1): 125-129
Preservation of total mixed rations for dairy cows in bales wrapped with polyethylene stretch film – A commercial scale experiment

Mirom J. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2010 155 (1): 9-17
Effects of feeding cows in early lactation with soy hulls as partial forage replacement on heat production, retained energy and performance

Moallem U. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2010 93: 2639-2650
Long-term effects of ad libitum whole milk prior to weaning and prepubertal protein supplementation on skeletal growth rate and first-lactation milk production

Moallem U., Altmark G., Lehrer H., Arieli A.  Journal of Dairy Science, 2010 93: 3192-3202
Performance of high-yielding dairy cows supplemented with fat or concentrate under hot and humid climates

Moallem U. et al, – Animal, 2010 4 (4): 641-652
Production performance and pattern of milk fat depression of high-yielding dairy cows supplemented with encapsulated conjugated linoleic acid

Zachut M. et al,  –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2010 93 : 529–545
Effects of dietary fats differing in n-6:n-3 ratio fed to high-yielding dairy cows on fatty acid composition of ovarian compartments, follicular status, and oocyte quality

Zachut M. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science,  2010 93 : 5877–5889
Effects of increased supplementation of n-3 fatty acids to transitiondairy cows on performance and fatty acid profile in plasma, adipose tissue, and milk fat

 Adin G. et al,  –  Journal of Dairy Science,  2009, 92 : 3364–3373
Effect of feeding cows in early lactation with diets differing in roughage-neutral detergent fiber content on intake behavior, rumination, and milk production

Halachmi I. et al,  – Journal of Dairy Science, 2009 92: 2317–2325
Feeding soyhulls to high-yielding dairy cows increased milk production, but not milking frequency, in an automatic milking system

Moallem U. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2009 92: 343-351
The effects of live yeast supplementation to dairy cows during the hot season on production, feed efficiency, and digestibility

Weinberg Z.G., Chen Y., Solomon R.  –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2009 92: 638–644
The quality of commercial wheat silages in Israel

Yosef E. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2009 152 (1): 1-11
Characteristics of tall versus short-type varieties of forage sorghum grown under two irrigation levels, for summer and subsequent fall harvests, and digestibility by sheep of their silages

Adin G, et al – Livestock Science, 2008 119 (1): 145-153
Heat production, eating behavior and milk yield of lactating cows fed two rations differing in roughage content and digestibility under heat load conditions

Arieli A. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2008 91: 1845-1851
Production and Health of Cows Given Monensin Prepartum and a High-Energy Diet Postpartum

Feuermann Y., Shamay A., Mabjeesh S.J. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2008 91: 4183–4189
Leptin Up-Regulates the Lactogenic Effect of Prolactin in the Bovine Mammary Gland In Vitro

Merom J. et al – Animal, 2008 2 (6): 843-848
Heat production and retained energy in lactating cows held under hot summer conditions with evaporative cooling and fed two rations differing in roughage content and in vitro digestibility

Tagari H. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2008 91: 679–697
Mammary Uptake, Portal-Drained Visceral Flux, and Hepatic Metabolism of Free and Peptide-Bound Amino Acids in Cows Fed Steam-Flaked or Dry-Rolled Sorghum Grain Diets

Mirom J. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2007 136 (3): 203-215
Field yield, ensiling properties and digestibility by sheep of silages from two forage sorghum varieties

Mirom J. et al –  Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2007 139 (1): 23-39
Comparison of two forage sorghum varieties with corn and the effect of feeding their silages on eating behavior and lactation performance of dairy cows

Moallem U. et al, – Journal of Dairy Science, 2007 90: 3846-3856
Effects of Peripartum Propylene Glycol or Fats Differing in Fatty Acid Profiles on Feed Intake, Production, and Plasma Metabolites in Dairy Cows

Moallem U. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2007 90: 1243-1254
Role of Peripartum Dietary Propylene Glycol or Protected Fats on Metabolism and Early Postpartum Ovarian Follicles

Weinberg Z.G. et al,  –  Journal of Dairy Science,  2007 90: 4754–4762
Effect of Lactic Acid Bacteria Inoculants on In Vitro Digestibility of Wheat and Corn Silages

Carmi A. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2006 131 (1): 121-133
Effect of irrigation and plant density on yield, composition and in vitro digestibility of a new forage sorghum variety, Tal, at two maturity stages

Halachmi I. et al,   – Journal of Dairy Science, 2006 89: 3241–3249
Feeding of Pellets Rich in Digestible Neutral Detergent Fiber to Lactating Cows in an Automatic Milking System

Mirom J. et al – Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2006 86 (1): 140 – 147
Effects of harvest stage and re‐growth on yield, composition, ensilage and in vitro digestibility of new forage sorghum varieties

Arieli A., Sasson-Rath R., Zamwel S. and Mabjeesh S.J. – Livestock Production Science, 2005 96 (2-3): 215-223
Effect of dietary protein and rumen degradable organic matter on milk production and efficiency in heat-stressed goats

Carmi A. et al – Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2005 85 (15): 2567 – 2573
Field performance and nutritive value of a new forage sorghum variety ‘Pnina’ recently developed in Israel

Halachmi I., Ofir S. and Miron J. – Animal Science, 2005, 80 3: 339-343
Comparing two concentrate allowances in an automatic milking system

Landau S. Y. et al – Small Ruminant Research, 2005 58 (2): 115-122
The ratio between dietary rumen degradable organic matter and crude protein may affect milk yield and composition in dairy sheep

Mabjeesh S.J. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2005 88: 2055–2064
Aminopeptidase N Gene Expression and Abundance in Caprine Mammary Gland is Influenced by Circulating Plasma Peptide

Miron J. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2005 120 (1): 17-32
Yield composition and in vitro digestibility of new forage sorghum varieties and their ensilage characteristic

Shamay A. et al,  Journal of Dairy Science, 2005 88: 569–576
Expression of Albumin in Nonhepatic Tissues and its Synthesis by the Bovine Mammary Gland

Solomon R. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science,  2005 88: 1745–1751
Digestibility in Lactating Cows of Diets Containing Whole Pima Treated with Sodium Hydroxide Versus Akala or Pima Cottonseed

Zenou A. and Miron J. – Small Ruminant Research, 2005 57 (2): 187-192
Milking performance of dairy ewes fed pellets containing soy hulls as starchy grain substitute

Arieli A., Adin G., Bruckental I. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  2004 87: 620–629
The effect of protein intake on performance of cows in hot environmental temperatures.

Feuermann Y., Mabjeesh S.J.,  Shamay A. –  Journal of Dairy Science. 2004 87: 2941–2946
Leptin Affects Prolactin Action on Milk Protein and Fat Synthesis in the Bovine Mammary Gland

Halachmi I. et al,  – Journal of Dairy Science, 2004  87: 2230–2238
Effects of Replacing Roughage with Soy Hulls on Feeding Behavior and Milk Production of Dairy Cows Under Hot Weather Conditions

Halachmi I., Edan Y., Moallem U., Maltz E.  – Journal of Dairy Science, 2004 87: 2254–2267
Predicting Feed Intake of the Individual Dairy Cow

Miron J et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2004 87 5: 1372–1379
Feeding behavior and performance of dairy cows fed pelleted nonroughage fiber byproducts.

Miron J et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2004 87 11: 3808-3815
Lactation Performance and Feeding Behavior of Dairy Cows Supplemented Via Automatic Feeders with Soy Hulls or Barley Based Pellets

Tagari H. et al, –   Journal of Dairy Science, 2004  87: 413–430
Portal Drained Visceral Flux, Hepatic Metabolism, and Mammary Uptake of Free and Peptide-Bound Amino Acids and Milk Amino Acid Output in Dairy Cows Fed Diets Containing Corn GrainSteam Flaked at 360 or Steam Rolled at 490 g/L

Weinberg Z.G., Chen Y., Gamburg M. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2004 87: 3386–3397
The Passage of Lactic Acid Bacteria from Silage into Rumen Fluid, In Vitro Studies 

Landau S. Y. et al – Small Ruminant Research, 2003 48 (1): 37-43
Polyethylene glycol, used to alleviate the negative effects of dietary tannins, can also serve as a marker of fecal output in goats

Mabjeesh S.J., Guy D. and Sklan D. – British Journal Of Nutrition, 2003 89 (5): 573-80
Na+/glucose co-transporter abundance and activity in the small intestine of lambs: Enhancement by abomasal infusion of casein

Miron J., Yosef E., Maltz E. and Halachmi I. – Animal Feed Science & Technology, 2003 106 (1): 20-28
Soybean hulls as a replacement of forage neutral detergent fiber in total mixed rations of lactating cows

Weinberg Z.G., Ashbell G., Chen Y. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  2003 86:1325–1329
Stabilization of Returned Dairy Products by Ensiling with Straw and Molasses for Animal Feeding

Abramson S, Bruckental I , Zamwel S,  Arieli A. – Animal Science, 2002, 74: 347-355
Effect of abomasally infused casein on post-ruminal digestibility of total non-structural carbohydrates and milk yield and composition in dairy cows

Landau S. Y., Friedman S., Devash L. and Mabjeesh S.J. – Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2002 50 (6): 1374-1378
Polyethylene Glycol, Determined by Near-Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy, as a Marker of Fecal Output in Goats

Mabjeesh S.J. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2002 85: 919–929
Vascular Sources of Amino Acids for Milk Protein Synthesis in Goats at Two Stages of Lactation

Mabjeesh S.J. et al, – Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences, 2002 11 (2): 171–188
Responses of cows to abomasal infusion of lysine and methionine at two levels of dietary protein

Miron J. et al-  Journal of Dairy Science, 2002 85: 89–94
Digestibility by dairy cows of monosaccharide constituents in total mixed rations containing citrus pulp.

Arieli A. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2001 84: 462–470
Effect of site and source of energy supplementation on milk yield in dairy cows

Arieli A. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2001 84: 2770–2776
Monensin and growth hormone effects on glucose metabolism in the prepartum cow.

Ben Ghedalia D. and Miron J. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2001 92 (3): 175-183
Digestion by sheep of monosaccharide constituents of direct cut alfalfa silage made with SO 2-treated wheat straw

Ben Ghedalia et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2001 91 (3): 139-147
Effect of water salinity on the composition and in vitro digestibility of winter-annual ryegrass grown in the Arava desert

Miron J., Ben-Ghedalia D., Morrison M. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2001 84: 1294–1309
Adhesion Mechanisms of Rumen Cellulolytic Bacteria

Miron J. et al – Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2001 91 (4): 677-685
Subcellular distribution of glycanases and related components in Ruminococcus albus SY3 and their role in cell adhesion to cellulose

Miron J., Yosef M. and Ben Gedalia D. – Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2001 49 (5): 2322-2326
Composition and in Vitro Digestibility of Monosaccharide Constituents of Selected Byproduct Feeds

Aharoni Y, Brosh A, Ezra E. –  Journal of  Dairy Science, 2000 83: 2779–2781
Short communication: prepartum photoperiod effect on milk yield and composition in dairy cows.

Bruckental I. et al – Livestock Production Science, 2000 63: 131–140
Effect of amount of undegradable crude protein in the diets of high-yielding dairy cows on energy balance and reproduction

Holzer Z., et al – Journal of Animal Science, 2000 78: 621-628
The influence of recombinant bovine somatotropin on dietary energy level-related growth of Holstein-Friesian bull calves

Mabjeesh S.J. et al,-  Journal of Dairy Science, 2000 83: 2557–2563
The effect of roasting nonlinted whole cottonseed on milk production by dairy cows

Mabjeesh S.J. Cohen M. Arieli A.-  Journal of Dairy Science, 2000 83: 2289–2294
In vitro methods for measuring the dry matter digestibility of ruminant feedstuffs: comparison of methods and inoculum source.

Moallem U. Folman Y. Sklan D. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2000 83: 2085–2094
Effects of somatotropin and dietary calcium soaps of fatty acids in early lactation on milk production, dry matter intake, and energy balance of high-yielding dairy cows.

Shabi Z. et al –  Journal fo Dairy Science, 2000 83: 2326–2334
Partitioning of Amino Acids Flowing to the Abomasum into Feed,Bacterial, Protozoal, and Endogenous Fractions

Solomon R. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 2000 83: 1322–1329
The effect of nonstructural carbohydrates and addition of full fat and extruded soybeans on the concentration of Conjugated Linoleic Acid in the milk fat of dairy cows

Aharoni Y., Brosh A., Holzer Z.  – Journal of Animal Science 1999, 82: 2291- 2304
Comparison of models estimating digesta kinetics and fecal output in cattle from fecal concentrations of single-dosed markers of particles and solutes

Arieli A. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1999 82: 566–573
Estimation of the digestible energy of ruminant feedstuffs by the combined bag technique.

Mabjeesh S. J., Bruckental I. and Arieli A – Journal of Dairy Research, 1999 66 (1): 9-22
Heat-treated whole cottonseed: Effect of dietary protein concentration on the performance and amino acid utilization by the mammary gland of dairy cows

Moallem U. et al, –  Journal fo Dairy Science, 1999 82: 2358–2368
Effect of calcium soaps of fatty acids and administration of somatotropin on milk production, preovulatory follicular development, and plasma and follicular fluid lipid composition in high yielding dairy cows.

Shabi Z. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1999 82: 1252– 1260
Effects of Extrusion of Grain and Feeding Frequency on Rumen Fermentation, Nutrient Digestibility, and Milk Yield and Composition in Dairy Cows

Arieli A. et al,-  Journal of Dairy Science, 1998 81: 1985–1990
In situ assessment of degradability of organic matter in the rumen of the dairy cow.

Barash H., Aharoni Y., Brosh A., Holzer Z. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  1998 81: 250-254
Effects of Low Energy Diets Followed by a Compensatory Diet on Body Weight Gain and Plasma Hormone Concentrations in Bull Calves

Bar-Peled U. et al, –  Journal of  Dairy Science, 1998 81: 1420–1427
The effect of enhanced milk yield of dairy cows by frequent milking or suckling on intake and digestibility of the diet.

Mabjeesh S.J., Arieli A., Zamwell S. and Tagari H. – Livestock Production Science, 1998 55 (3): 249-259
Heat-treated whole cottonseed versus maize gluten meal as a rumen undegradable protein supplement for lactating dairy cows

Miron J. et al – Journal of Applied Microbiology, 1998 84 (2): 249 – 254
An adhesion‐defective mutant of Ruminococcus albus SY3 is impaired in its capability to degrade cellulose

Shabi Z. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1998  81: 1991-2000.
Effect of the synchronization of the degradation of dietary crude protein and organic matter and feeding frequency on ruminal fermentation and flow of digesta in the abomasum of dairy cows.

Mabjeesh S.J. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1997 80: 2939–2949
Effect of ruminal degradability of crude protein and nonstructural carbohydrates on the efficiency of bacterial crude protein synthesis and amino acid flow to the abomasum of dairy cows.

Miron J., Ben Ghedalia D. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1997 67 (4): 311-317
Digestibility by sheep of direct cut alfalfa silage made with ozonated cotton stalks

Miron J., Ben Ghedalia D. and Solomon R –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1997 80: 144–151
Digestibility by dairy cows of monosaccharide components in diets containing either ground sorghum or sorghum grain treated with sodium hydroxide 

Moallem U. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1997 80: 2127–2136
Effect of calcium soaps of fatty acids and administration of somatotropin in early lactation on productive and reproductive performance of high producing dairy cows.

Silanikove N et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1997 80: 949–956
Metabolism of water, sodium, potassium, and chlorine by high yielding dairy cows at the onset of lactation

Arieli A. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1996 79: 1774-1780
Effect of the degradation of organic matter and crude protein on ruminal fermentation in dairy cows.

Arieli A. et al, – Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences, 1996 5 (3): 215-223
The effect of heating and NaOH treatments on the nutritive value of nonlinted whole cottonseeds

Ben-Ghedalia D., Miron J. and Yosef E. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1996 79 : 454-456
Apparent digestibility of minerals by lactating cows from a total mixed ration supplemented with poultry litter.

Mabjeesh S.J. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1996 79: 1792-1801
Effect of type of protein supplementation on duodenal amino acid flow and absorption in lactating dairy cows.

Mirom J. Solomon R., Bruckental I. and Ben Ghedalia D. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1996 57 (1): 75-86
Effect of changing the proportion, wheat: Sorghum in dairy cow rations on carbohydrate digestibility and NAN flow to the intestine

Arieli A. et al, –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1995 78: 1154-1162
Development of metabolic partitioning of energy in young calves

Ben Ghedalia D. et al – Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 1995 43 (9):  2428–2431 
Silage Fermentation and in Vitro Degradation of Monosaccharide Constituents of Wheat Harvested at Two Stages of Maturity

Ben Ghedalia D., Kabala A. and  Miron J – Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 1995 68 (1): 111 – 116
Composition and in‐vitro digestibility of carbohydrates of wheat plants harvested at bloom and soft‐dough stages

Ben Ghedalia D., Halevi A. and  Miron J – Journal of Dairy Science, 1995 78 (1): 134-140
Digestibility by Dairy Cows of Monosaccharide Components in Diets Containing Wheat or Ryegrass Silages

Livshin N, Maltz E, Edan Y –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1995 78: 296-304
Regularity of dairy cow feeding behavior with computer-controlled feeders

Mirom J. et al – Small Ruminant Research, 1995 18 (1): 19-25
Use of chemically treated cotton gin trash as a silage additive: A growth study with lambs

Miron J. and Ben Ghedalia D. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1995 51 (1): 91-101
Ozonated cotton stalks as a silage additive: Digestion of total and cell wall monosaccharide constituents of lucerne based dairy cows rations

Miron J. and Ben Ghedalia D. – Journal of Dairy Science, 1995 77 (12): 3624-3630
Monosaccharide Digestibility by Dairy Cows Fed Diets High in Concentrate and Containing Alfalfa Silages

Solomon R. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1995  78: 620-624
Performance of high producing dairy cows offered drinking water of high and low salinity in the Arava desert.

Tagari H. et al – Livestock Production Science, 1995 42 (1): 13-22
Assessment of duodenal amino acid profile in dairy cows by the in situ method

 Arieli A. and Adin G. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1994 77: 237-243
Effect of wheat silage maturity on digestion and milk yield in dairy cows.

Ben Ghedalia D. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1994 47 (1-2): 89-98
Characterisation of lignins in straw, rumen liquor and faeces of sheep fed untreated and SO2-treated wheat straw

Ben Ghedalia D. et al – Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 1994 42 (5): 1160–1163
Size Exclusion Chromatography of Cotton Stalk Lignins Isolated from Rumen Digesta and Feces of Sheep

Miron J. and Ben Ghedalia D. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1994 77: 3624-3630
Monosaccharide digestibility by dairy cows fed diets high in concentrate and containing alfalfa silages.

Sklan D. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1994 77: 1652-1660
Effect of dietary calcium soaps on milk yield, body weight, reproductive hormones, and fertility in first parity and older cows.

Yosef E. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1994 46 (s 3–4): 331–342
Characterization of some cell-wall components of untreated and SO2-treated wheat straw

Yosef E. et al – Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 1994 42 (1): 86–90
Characterization of some cell wall components of untreated and ozone-treated cotton stalks

Aharoni Y,, Arieli A. and Tagari H.  – Journal of Dairy Science  1993, 76: 3514-3522
Lactational response of dairy cows to change of degradability of dietary protein and organic matter.

Arieli A. et al – Livestock Production Science, 1993 35 (3-4): 283-292
Evaluation of protein flow to the duodenum in dairy cattle by the in sacco method

Ben-Ghedalia D., Miron J. and Solomon R. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1993 42 (3-4): 283-295
The degradation and utilization of structural polysaccharides of sorghum straw by defined ruminal bacteria

Ben-Ghedalia D., Yosef E. andMiron J. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1993 41 (2): 113-119
Pectin fermentation and utilization by natural microflora during ryegrass ensilage

Miron J. and Ben Ghedalia D. – Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 1993 39 (8): 780-786
Digestion of cell-wall monosaccharides of ryegrass and alfalfa hays by the ruminal bacteria Fibrobacter succinogenes and Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens

Miron J. and Ben Ghedalia D. – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1993 39 (6): 756-759
Digestion of structural polysaccharides of Panicum and vetch hays by the rumen bacterial strains Fibrobacter succinogenes BL2 and Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens D1

Peri I., Gertler A., Bruckental I. and Barash H. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1993 76: 742-751
The Effect of Manipulation in Energy Allowance During the Rearing Period of Heifers on Hormone Concentrations and Milk Production in First Lactation Cows

Sklan D. and Tinsky M. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1993 76: 216-223
Production and reproduction responses by dairy cows fed varying undegradable protein coated with rumen bypass fat.

Maltz E. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1992 75: 1588-1603
Comparative Responses of Lactating Cows to Total Mixed Rations or Computerized Individual Concentrates Feeding

Miron J. and Ben Ghedalia D. – Bioresource Technology, 1992 41 (2): 139–144
The effect of sulphur dioxide application level or the biodegradation of wheat straw carbohydrates by rumen microorganisms and by Trichoderma viride cellulase

Miron J. and Ben Ghedalia D. – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1992 38 (3): 432-437
The degradation and utilization of wheat-straw cell-wall monosaccharide components by defined ruminal cellulolytic bacteria

Sklan D. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1992 75: 2463-2472
Fatty acids, calcium soaps of fatty acids, and cottonseeds fed to high yielding cows.

Solomon R. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1992 37 (s 3–4): 185–192
Ozone-treated cotton stalks as a component of a ration for growing lambs

Aharoni Y. Tagari H. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1991 74: 2540-2547
Use of nitrogen-15 determinations of purine nitrogen fraction of digesta to define nitrogen metabolism traits in the rumen.

Ben-Ghedalia D., Miron J. and Yosef E. – Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 1991 39 (11): 2002–2005
Fermentation of alfalfa silages with ozonated cotton stalks added

Maltz E. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science,  1991 74: 2277-2289
Milk yield, parity, and cow potential as variables for computerized concentrate supplementation strategy.

Miron J. – The Journal of Applied Bacteriology, 1991 70 (3): 245-252
The hydrolysis of lucerne cell-wall monosaccharide components by monocultures or pair combinations of defined ruminal bacteria

Sklan D., Moallem U. and Folman Y. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1991 74: 510-517
Effect of feeding calcium soaps of fatty acids on production and reproductive responses in high producing lactating cows.

Solomon R. et al – Small Ruminant Research, 1991 6 (1-2): 55-62
Absorption of macro- and micro-elements by sheep from barley and barley plus sulphur dioxide-treated straw rations

Ferguson JD, Sklan D. et al –  Journal of  Dairy Science, 1990 73: 2864-2879
Effects of hard fats on in vitro and in vivo rumen fermentation, milk production and reproduction in dairy cows.

Miron J. et al – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1990 30 (1-2): 107-120
Some aspect of cellobiose effect on bacterial cell surface structures involved in lucerne cell-walls utilization by fresh isolates of rumen bacteria

Miron J. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1990 27 (4): 269-280
Ozone-treated lucerne hay as a model to study lucerne degradation and utilization by rumen bacteria

Miron J. et al – The Journal of Agricultural Science, 1990 114 (1): 115 – 121
Carbohydrate digestibility and nitrogen metabolism in sheep fed untreated or sulphur dioxide-treated wheat straw and poultry litter

Schneider PL. and Sklan D. et al –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1990 73: 1263-1268
Responses of dairy cows in early lactation to bovine somatotropin and ruminally inert fat.

Arieli A., Ben-Moshe A., Zamwel S., Tagari H. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1989 72: 1228-1233
In Situ Evaluation of the Ruminal and Intestinal Digestibility of Heat-Treated Whole Cottonseeds

Arieli A., Bruckental I., Smoler E. – Journal of Dairy Science, 1989  72: 2532-2539
Prediction of Duodenal Nitrogen Supply from Degradation or Organic and Nitrogenous Matter In Situ

Ben-Ghedalia D., Yosef E., Miron J. and Est Y. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1989 24 (3-4): 289-298
The effects of starch- and pectin-rich diets on quantitative aspects of digestion in sheep

Miron J., Yokoyama M.T. and Lamed R. – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1989 32 (2) :218-222
Bacterial cell surface structures involved in lucerne cell wall degradation by pure cultures of cellulolytic rumen bacteria

Arieli A., Aharoni Y., Zamwel S., Tagari H. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1988 71: 964-970
Effect of Ratio of Roughage Concentrate on Glucose-Induced Heat Production in Sheep Rumen Fluid In Vitro

Ben-Ghedalia D., Miron J., Est Y and Yosef E. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1988 19 3): 219-229
SO2 treatment for converting straw into a concentrate-like feed: A growth study with lambs

Folman Y., Ascarelli I., Kraus D., Barash H. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  1987 70:357-366
Adverse Effect of β-Carotene in Diet on Fertility of Dairy Cows

J. Miron, D. Ben-Ghedalia –   Journal of Dairy Science, 1987  70: 1876-1884
Digestibility by Sheep of Total and Cell Wall Monosaccharides of Wheat Straw Treated Chemically or Chemically Plus Enzymatically

Miron J, Ben-Ghedalia D. –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1987 70: 1864-1875
Nutritional Implications Associated with Increasing the Fermentability of Straw by Chemical and Enzymatic Treatments

Arieli A., Sklan D. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  1985 68: 2215-2219
Energy Disappearance in Hindgut of Sheep

Sklan D., Arieli A., Chalupa W., Kronfeld D.S.  –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1985 68: 1667-1675
Digestion and Absorption of Lipids and Bile Acids in Sheep Fed Stearic Acid, Oleic Acid, or Tristearin

Sklan D., Halevy O. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  1985 68: 1676-1681
Digestion and Absorption of Protein Along Ovine Gastrointestinal Tract 

Sklan D., Hurwitz S. – Jornal of Dairy Science,  1985 68: 1659-1666
Movement and Absorption of Major Minerals and Water in Ovine Gastrointestinal Tract

Ben Ghedalia D. and Miron J. – The Journal of Agricultural Science, 1984 102 (3): 517 – 520
The digestibility of wheat straw treated with sulphur dioxide

Ben Ghedalia D. and Miron J. – Journal of Nutrition, 1984 114 (5): 880-887
The digestion of total cell wall monosaccharides of alfalfa by sheep

Ben Ghedalia D. and Miron J. – Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1984 10 (4): 269-276
The response of wheat straw varieties to mild sulphur dioxide treatment

Hasdai A., Ben-Ghedalia D. –  Journal of  Dairy Science, 1982 65: 65-71
Digestibility of Edible Domestic Waste by Sheep

Ben-Ghedalia D. et al – Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 1982 33 (12): 1213 – 1218
Effect of ozone and sodium hydroxide treatments on some chemical characteristics of cotton straw

Ben Ghedalia D., Miron J. and Hasdai A. – Journal of Nutrition, 1982 112 (4): 818-824
Effect of Protein Infused into Sheep Duodenum on Activities of Pancreatic Proteases in Intestinal Digesta and on the Absorption Site of Amino Acids

J. Miron. and D. Ben-Ghedalia – Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1982 15 (2): 83-87
Effect of hydrolysing and oxidizing agents on the composition and degradation of wheat straw monosaccharides

Ben Ghedalia D. and Miron J. – Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 1981 23 (4): 823 – 831
The effect of combined chemical and enzyme treatment on the saccharification and in vitro digestion rate of wheat straw

Ben Ghedalia D. and Miron J. – Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 1981 32 (3): 224-228
Effect of sodium hydroxide, ozone and sulphur dioxide on the composition and in vitro digestibility of wheat straw

Folman Y., Neumark H., Kaim M., Kaufmann W.  –  Journal of  Dairy Science, 1981 64: 759-768
Performance, Rumen and Blood Metabolites in High-Yielding Cows Fed Varying Protein Percents and Protected Soybean

Ben Ghedalia D., Miron J. and Shefet G. – Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 1980 31 (12): 1337 – 1342
Effect of ozone and ammonium hydroxide treatment on the composition and in vitro digestibility of cotton straw

Sklan D., Budowski P.  –  Journal of Dairy Science, 1974  57: 56-60
Desaturation and Saturation of Fatty Acids by Sheep Rumen Bacteria: Optimal Conditions and Cofactor Requirements

Volcani R., Ben-Yakov M., Sklan D., Nitsan Z. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  1973 56: 1107-1109
Liquid Paraffin as a Digestibility Marker in Young Calves

 Zeliger Y., Volcani R., Sklan D. –  Journal of Dairy Science,  1973 56: 869-872
Yield and Protein Composition in Cows Milked Prepartum

Tagari H. et al, – Applied Microbiology, 1965 13: 437-442
Effect of Carob Pod Extract on Cellulolysis, Proteolysis, Deamination, and Protein Biosynthesis in an Artificial Rumen

Henis Y. et al – Applied Microbiology, 1964 12(3): 204–209
Effect of Water Extracts of Carob Pods, Tannic Acid, and Their Derivatives on the Morphology and Growth of Microorganisms

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