2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Canada Leader Award
2014 - Canadian Society of Animal Science Fellowship Award
2011 - The Bertebos Prize, Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry For her pioneering research into reducing the environmental impact of ruminant animals without having a negative impact on productivity and animal husbandry.
2009 - Excellence in Nutrition and Meat Sciences, Canadian Society of Animal Science
2005 - DuPont Pioneer Forage Award, American Dairy Science Association
1995 - Young Scientist Award, Canadian Society of Animal Science
Karen A. Beauchemin mainly focuses on Rumen, Animal science, Dairy cattle, Silage and Food science. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Feed conversion ratio, Biotechnology and Bacteria. Beef cattle is the focus of her Animal science research.
Her Dairy cattle research includes elements of Barn, Saliva secretion, Dry matter and Lactation. Silage is a subfield of Agronomy that Karen A. Beauchemin tackles. In general Food science study, her work on Latin square, Digestion and Fibrolytic bacterium often relates to the realm of Mastication, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Dry matter, Rumen, Silage and Food science. Her Animal science research incorporates themes from Forage, Agronomy and Acidosis. Her studies in Dry matter integrate themes in fields like Total mixed ration, Feed conversion ratio, Lactation and Starch.
Her work deals with themes such as Digestion, Propionate and Animal feed, which intersect with Rumen. Her Silage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Meal, Distillers grains, Monensin, Latin square and Hay. Her Food science study incorporates themes from Ruminant, Dairy cattle and Xylanase, Enzyme.
Her primary areas of study are Animal science, Dry matter, Beef cattle, Rumen and Silage. The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Feces, Forage, Straw and Latin square. The various areas that Karen A. Beauchemin examines in her Dry matter study include Feed conversion ratio, Valerate, Starch and Fatty acid.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Total mixed ration and Acidosis in addition to Fatty acid. The concepts of her Beef cattle study are interwoven with issues in Canola, Urea, Greenhouse gas, Manure and Grazing. Her Rumen research integrates issues from Isovalerate, Propionate and Microbial population biology.
Her main research concerns Animal science, Dry matter, Beef cattle, Rumen and Latin square. Her Animal science research focuses on Silage in particular. Her Dry matter research includes themes of Organic matter, Fermentation, Valerate and Starch.
Her studies deal with areas such as Poaceae, Sunflower oil and Manure as well as Beef cattle. Her Rumen study is concerned with Food science in general. In Latin square, Karen A. Beauchemin works on issues like Neutral Detergent Fiber, which are connected to Nitrate.
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Nutritional management for enteric methane abatement: A review
K. A. Beauchemin;M. Kreuzer;F. O'Mara;T. A. McAllister.
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture (2008)
A review of plant-derived essential oils in ruminant nutrition and production
C. Benchaar;S. Calsamiglia;A.V. Chaves;G.R. Fraser.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008)
Methane emissions from beef cattle: Effects of monensin, sunflower oil, enzymes, yeast, and fumaric acid.
S. M. McGinn;K. A. Beauchemin;T. Coates;D. Colombatto.
Journal of Animal Science (2004)
Use of Exogenous Fibrolytic Enzymes to Improve Feed Utilization by Ruminants
K. A. Beauchemin;D. Colombatto;D. P. Morgavi;W. Z. Yang.
Journal of Animal Science (2003)
Life cycle assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from beef production in western Canada: A case study
Karen A. Beauchemin;H. Henry Janzen;Shannan M. Little;Tim A. McAllister.
Agricultural Systems (2010)
Use of condensed tannin extract from quebracho trees to reduce methane emissions from cattle.
K. A. Beauchemin;S. M. McGinn;T. F. Martinez;T. A. McAllister.
Journal of Animal Science (2007)
METHANE EMISSIONS FROM BEEF CATTLE: EFFECTS OF FUMARIC ACID, ESSENTIAL OIL AND CANOLA OIL
K. A. Beauchemin;S. M. McGinn.
Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Methane emissions from feedlot cattle fed barley or corn diets.
K. A. Beauchemin;S. M. McGinn.
Journal of Animal Science (2005)
Fibrolytic enzyme supplements for dairy cows in early lactation.
L.M. Rode;W.Z. Yang;K.A. Beauchemin.
Journal of Dairy Science (1999)
Effect of concentrate level and feeding management on chewing activities, saliva production, and ruminal pH of lactating dairy cows.
M. Maekawa;K. A. Beauchemin;David A. Christensen.
Journal of Dairy Science (2002)
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