Prediction of Bioavailability of Phosphorus for Dairy Cattle

Animal Manure Management February 26, 2016 Print Friendly and PDF

This webcast includes presentations based on a project to enhance “Prediction of Bioavailability of Phosphorus for Dairy Cattle”. The project is an integrated approach to increase the adoption of “Precision Phosphorus Feeding” on dairy farms. This presentation was originally broadcast on September 20, 2013. More...

 

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Phosphorus: Nutrient or Pollutant?

Katharine Knowlton, Virginia Tech (6 minutes)

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Dietary Phosphorus Availability

Mark Hanigan, Virginia Tech (29 minutes)

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The impact of P availability on absorbable P in dairy cattle rations

Bob James, Virginia Tech (17 minutes)

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Nutrient Management on a Whole Farm Basis and Beyond

Joe Harrison, Washington State University (11 minutes)

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All Presenters (11 minutes)

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