His primary areas of study are Dairy cattle, Silage, Animal science, Food science and Agronomy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Forage and Nutrient. As part of the same scientific family, Joseph H. Harrison usually focuses on Silage, concentrating on Feces and intersecting with Cattle feeding and Contamination.
His studies deal with areas such as Endocrinology, Internal medicine and Excretion as well as Animal science. His Food science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Feed conversion ratio and Blood serum. His Agronomy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Starch and Beef cattle.
His main research concerns Animal science, Food science, Silage, Agronomy and Manure. His Animal science research integrates issues from Feces, Nutrient and Excretion. The Food science study combines topics in areas such as Blood serum and Milk production.
His work deals with themes such as Sunflower, Forage, Botany, Starch and Rumen, which intersect with Silage. Joseph H. Harrison has researched Manure in several fields, including Ammonia, Ammonia volatilization from urea, Effluent and Anaerobic digestion. Joseph H. Harrison usually deals with Dairy cattle and limits it to topics linked to Endocrinology and Fatty acid.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Food science, Feed conversion ratio, Manure and Barn. Joseph H. Harrison undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Animal science and Colostrum in his work. His work on Oxalic acid expands to the thematically related Food science.
His Feed conversion ratio research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stearic acid and Dry matter. His research integrates issues of Rumen and Oleic acid in his study of Dry matter. Joseph H. Harrison undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Manure and Pulp and paper industry through his works.
Barn, Ammonia, Manure, Photoacoustic imaging in biomedicine and Environmental chemistry are his primary areas of study. His Barn study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Statistics and Control theory. Joseph H. Harrison has included themes like Nitrogen, Alcaligenes faecalis, Wastewater, Aeration and Bioreactor in his Ammonia study.
The various areas that Joseph H. Harrison examines in his Manure study include Hydraulic retention time, Raw material, Methane, Anaerobic digestion and Biodegradable waste.
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Prediction of manure and nutrient excretion from dairy cattle.
T. D. Nennich;J. H. Harrison;L. M. VanWieringen;Deanne Meyer.
Journal of Dairy Science (2005)
The effect of ruminal bypass lysine and methionine on milk yield and composition of lactating cows
S. Xu;J.H. Harrison;W. Chalupa;C. Sniffen.
Journal of Dairy Science (1998)
The Occurrence and Replication of Escherichia coli in Cattle Feeds
T.V. Lynn;D.D. Hancock;T.E. Besser;J.H. Harrison.
Journal of Dairy Science (1998)
Releasing phosphorus from calcium for struvite fertilizer production from anaerobically digested dairy effluent.
Tianxi Zhang;Keith E. Bowers;Joseph H. Harrison;Shulin Chen.
Water Environment Research (2010)
Estimation of the Flow of Microbial Nitrogen to the Duodenum Using Milk Uric Acid or Allantoin
S.J. Timmermans;L.M. Johnson;J.H. Harrison;D. Davidson.
Journal of Dairy Science (2000)
Fermentation and Utilization of Grass Silage
J.H. Harrison;R. Blauwiekel;M.R. Stokes.
Journal of Dairy Science (1994)
Effect of Whole Cottonseeds and Calcium Salts of Long-Chain Fatty Acids on Performance of Lactating Dairy Cows
J.H. Harrison;R.L. Kincaid;J.P. McNamara;S. Waltner.
Journal of Dairy Science (1995)
Corn silage management: effects of hybrid, chop length, and mechanical processing on digestion and energy content.
L.M. Johnson;J.H. Harrison;D. Davidson;W.C. Mahanna.
Journal of Dairy Science (2003)
Prediction and Evaluation of Urine and Urinary Nitrogen and Mineral Excretion from Dairy Cattle
T.D. Nennich;J.H. Harrison;L.M. VanWieringen;N.R. St-Pierre.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
Value-Added Chemicals from Animal Manure
Shulin Chen;Wei Liao;Chuanbin Liu;Zhiyou Wen.
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