1992 - American Feed Industry Association Award in Ruminant Nutrition Research, American Society of Animal Science
Larry L. Berger spends much of his time researching Animal science, Rumen, Food science, Digestion and Distillers grains. Larry L. Berger regularly ties together related areas like Small intestine in his Animal science studies. His study looks at the relationship between Small intestine and topics such as Alfalfa hay, which overlap with Silage.
His Rumen research includes themes of Urea, Dry matter, Ammonia and Hay. His Digestion study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Digestion, Food science, Rumen and Dry matter. His research in Animal science intersects with topics in Soybean meal and Agronomy. His Digestion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Urea, Forage, Hay and Latin square.
His study looks at the relationship between Food science and fields such as Nutrient, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. The various areas that Larry L. Berger examines in his Rumen study include Meal, Fiber, Incubation, Chromatography and Ammonia. His biological study deals with issues like Hemicellulose, which deal with fields such as Dairy cattle.
Larry L. Berger focuses on Animal science, Marbled meat, Feedlot, Beef cattle and Silage. In the field of Animal science, his study on Weaning overlaps with subjects such as Crop residue. His Marbled meat study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deposition and Back fat.
His Feedlot study combines topics in areas such as Breed, Dry matter, Hybrid and Sire. His Dry matter study incorporates themes from Randomized block design, Animal feed and Gluten. He has researched Beef cattle in several fields, including Agronomy, Vitamin, Cattle feeding, Adipose tissue and Simmental cattle.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Silage, Carcass weight, Marbled meat and Coproduct. His Internal medicine research extends to Animal science, which is thematically connected. Larry L. Berger interconnects Wagyu cattle and Intramuscular fat in the investigation of issues within Silage.
His studies deal with areas such as Glyphosate, Hybrid and Completely randomized design as well as Marbled meat. His Food science study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Soybean meal. His study looks at the intersection of Distillers grains and topics like Forage with Feedlot and Beef cattle.
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Composition of Ruminal Bacteria Harvested from Steers as Influenced by Dietary Energy Level, Feeding Frequency, and Isolation Techniques
M. J. Cecava;Neal R Merchen;L. L. Berger.
Journal of Dairy Science (1990)
Production systems comparing early weaning to normal weaning with or without creep feeding for beef steers
S E Myers;D B Faulkner;F A Ireland;L L Berger.
Journal of Animal Science (1999)
Evaluation of wet and dry distillers grains and wet and dry corn gluten feeds for ruminants
J. L. Firkins;L. L. Berger;G. C. Fahey.
Journal of Animal Science (1985)
Evaluation of soybean meal, corn gluten meal, blood meal and fish meal as sources of nitrogen and amino acids disappearing from the small intestine of steers.
Evan C. Titgemeyer;Neal R. Merchen;Larry L. Berger.
Journal of Animal Science (1989)
Effect of intake and forage level on ruminal turnover rates, bacterial protein synthesis and duodenal amino acid flows in sheep.
Neal R Merchen;J. L. Firkins;L. L. Berger.
Journal of Animal Science (1986)
Ruminal Nitrogen Degradability and Escape of Wet and Dry Distillers Grains and Wet and Dry Corn Gluten Feeds
J. L. Firkins;L. L. Berger;G. C. Fahey;Neal R Merchen.
Journal of Dairy Science (1984)
Performance and nutrient metabolism by nursing calves supplemented with limited or unlimited corn or soyhulls.
D. B. Faulkner;D. F. Hummel;D. D. Buskirk;L. L. Berger.
Journal of Animal Science (1994)
Critical Control Points for Profitability in the Cow-Calf Enterprise
A.J. Miller;D.B. Faulkner;R.K. Knipe;D.R. Strohbehn.
The Professional Animal Scientist (2001)
Evaluation of corn fiber, cottonseed hulls, oat hulls and soybean hulls as roughage sources for ruminants.
J. T. Hsu;D. B. Faulkner;K. A. Garleb;R. A. Barclay.
Journal of Animal Science (1987)
Modification of Forage Quality after Harvest
L.L. Berger;G.C. Fahey;L.D. Bourquin;E.C. Titgemeyer.
Forage Quality, Evaluation, and Utilization (1994)
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