2018 - Bouffault International Animal Agriculture Award, American Society of Animal Science
2014 - Ruminant Nutrition Research Award, American Society of Animal Science
2010 - Technical Innovation in Enhancing Production of Safe Affordable Food, Canadian Society of Animal Science
2008 - Early Career Achievement Award, American Society of Animal Science
2006 - Young Scientist Award, Canadian Society of Animal Science
His scientific interests lie mostly in Greenhouse gas, Dairy cattle, Animal science, Agronomy and Rumen. His Greenhouse gas study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Predictive modelling, Livestock, Enteric methane and Methane. His research in Dairy cattle intersects with topics in Animal feed, Dry matter and Concordance correlation coefficient.
His Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Urine and Biotechnology. His work on Silage, Manure and Manure management as part of general Agronomy study is frequently connected to Emission intensity, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. In his study, Starch, Propionate, Substrate and Fatty acid is inextricably linked to Digestion, which falls within the broad field of Rumen.
Animal science, Agronomy, Rumen, Dairy cattle and Dry matter are his primary areas of study. His Animal science research incorporates elements of Forage, Nutrient and Excretion. The various areas that Ermias Kebreab examines in his Agronomy study include Enteric fermentation and Methane.
His work deals with themes such as Digestion and Methanogenesis, which intersect with Rumen. Ermias Kebreab interconnects Livestock and Greenhouse gas in the investigation of issues within Dairy cattle. His study in the field of Neutral Detergent Fiber also crosses realms of Total mixed ration.
Ermias Kebreab mostly deals with Animal science, Greenhouse gas, Dry matter, Dairy cattle and Rumen. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Organic matter, Forage and Nutrient. His Greenhouse gas research incorporates themes from Life-cycle assessment, Agriculture, Predictive modelling, Livestock and Nitrate.
His studies in Dry matter integrate themes in fields like Ruminant, Feed conversion ratio and Beef cattle. His work carried out in the field of Dairy cattle brings together such families of science as Feces, Enteric methane, Excretion and Latin square. His Rumen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Asparagopsis taxiformis, Methanogenesis and Enteric fermentation.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Dry matter, Greenhouse gas, Dairy cattle and Manure. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organic matter, Milk protein and Rumen. The concepts of his Dry matter study are interwoven with issues in Feed conversion ratio and Beef cattle.
His research integrates issues of Database, Water use, Agriculture, Toxicology and Predictive modelling in his study of Greenhouse gas. The Dairy cattle study combines topics in areas such as Food science, Enteric methane and Latin square. The study incorporates disciplines such as Life-cycle assessment, Nutrient and Methane in addition to Manure.
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Special topics--Mitigation of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from animal operations: I. A review of enteric methane mitigation options.
A. N. Hristov;J. Oh;J. L. Firkins;J. Dijkstra.
Journal of Animal Science (2013)
Prediction of Methane Production from Dairy and Beef Cattle
J.L. Ellis;E. Kebreab;N.E. Odongo;B.W. McBride.
Journal of Dairy Science (2007)
A review of efficiency of nitrogen utilisation in lactating dairy cows and its relationship with environmental pollution
A. R. Castillo;E. Kebreab;D. E. Beever.
Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences (2000)
The effect of protein supplementation on nitrogen utilization in lactating dairy cows fed grass silage diets.
A R Castillo;E Kebreab;D E Beever;J H Barbi.
Journal of Animal Science (2001)
A mechanistic model of whole-tract digestion and methanogenesis in the lactating dairy cow: model development, evaluation, and application.
J.A.N. Mills;J. Dijkstra;A. Bannink;S.B. Cammell.
Journal of Animal Science (2001)
Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from Canadian animal agriculture: A review
E. Kebreab;K. Clark;C. Wagner-Riddle.
Canadian Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Agroecology: A Review from a Global-Change Perspective
Thomas P. Tomich;Sonja Brodt;Howard Ferris;Ryan Galt.
Annual Review of Environment and Resources (2011)
Nitrogen pollution by dairy cows and its mitigation by dietary manipulation
E. Kebreab;D.E. Beever;A.R. Castillo.
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems (2001)
Ruminal pH regulation and nutritional consequences of low pH
J. Dijkstra;J. L. Ellis;E. Kebreab;A. B. Strathe.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2012)
Alternative approaches to predicting methane emissions from dairy cows
J. A. N. Mills;E. Kebreab;E. Kebreab;C. M. Yates;L. A. Crompton.
Journal of Animal Science (2003)
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