Journal of Dairy Science

Print ISSN
0022-0302
Electronic ISSN
1525-3198
Impact factor
2.497
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00220302
Usage rank
1610
Article count
13558
Free count
9331
Free percentage
0.688228
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  1. Interpretive Summaries, November 2015
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(11):ix (2015)

  2. ADSA Member News …
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(11):xx (2015)

  3. Erratum to “Supplementation of prepartum dairy cows with β-carotene” (J. Dairy Sci. 98:6304–6314)

    Journal of Dairy Science 98(10):7419 (2015)

  4. ADSA Member News …
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(10):xix (2015)

  5. Interpretive Summaries, October 2015
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(10):viii (2015)

  6. ADSA Member News …
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(5):xviii (2015)

  7. Corrigendum to “In vitro susceptibility of bovine mastitis pathogens to a combination of penicillin and framycetin: Development of interpretive criteria for testing by broth microdilution and disk diffusion” (J. Dairy Sci. 97:6594–6607)

    Journal of Dairy Science 98(5):3558 (2015)

  8. Interpretive Summaries, May 2015
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(5):viii (2015)

  9. Corrigendum to “Invited review: Organic and conventionally produced milk—An evaluation of influence factors on milk composition” (J. Dairy Sci. 98:721–746)

    Journal of Dairy Science 98(4):2831 (2015)

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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(4):xx (2015)

  11. Erratum to “Kinetics of microbial methionine metabolism in continuous cultures administered different methionine sources” (J. Dairy Sci. 98:1178–1194)

    Journal of Dairy Science 98(4):2832 (2015)

  12. Interpretive Summaries, March 2015
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(3):viii (2015)

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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(3):xvii (2015)

  14. Corrigendum to “Evaluation of PCR electrospray-ionization mass spectrometry for rapid molecular diagnosis of bovine mastitis” (J. Dairy Sci. 96:3611–3620)

    Journal of Dairy Science 98(1):718 (2015)

  15. Corrigendum to “Effects of alfalfa and cereal straw as a forage source on nutrient digestibility and lactation performance in lactating dairy cows” (J. Dairy Sci. 97:7706–7715)

    Journal of Dairy Science 98(1):719 (2015)

  16. ADSA Member News …
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(1):xix (2015)

  17. Interpretive Summaries, January 2015
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    Journal of Dairy Science 98(1):ix (2015)

  18. Effect of dietary starch level and high rumen-undegradable protein on endocrine-metabolic status, milk yield, and milk composition in dairy cows during early and late lactation

    Journal of Dairy Science 97(12):7788 (2014)

    Diet composition defines the amount and type of nutrients absorbed by dairy cows. Endocrine-metabolic interactions can influence these parameters, and so nutrient availability for the mammary gland can significantly vary and affect milk yield and its composition. Six dairy cows in earl...
  19. Use of dry citrus pulp or soybean hulls as a replacement for corn grain in energy and nitrogen partitioning, methane emissions, and milk performance in lactating Murciano-Granadina goats

    Journal of Dairy Science 97(12):7821 (2014)

    The aim of this study was to assess the effect of substitution of dietary corn grain by dry citrus pulp or soybean hulls on energy and nitrogen partitioning, substrate oxidation, methane emission, and milk performance in dairy goats during midlactation. Twelve multiparous Murciano-Gran...
  20. Evaluation of the systemic innate immune response and metabolic alterations of nonlactating cows with diet-induced subacute ruminal acidosis

    Journal of Dairy Science 97(12):7777 (2014)

    Subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA) increases lipopolysaccharide endotoxin in the rumen, which might translocate into the systemic circulation, triggering a cascade of clinical and immunological alterations. The objective of this study was to characterize the clinical immune and metabolic...