2012 - Ruminant Nutrition Research Award, American Society of Animal Science
2005 - Animal Management Award, American Society of Animal Science
N. A. Cole mainly investigates Animal science, Beef cattle, Urea, Feedlot and Ammonia. His Animal science research integrates issues from Agronomy, Manure, Excretion and Latin square. N. A. Cole focuses mostly in the field of Urea, narrowing it down to topics relating to Dry matter and, in certain cases, Fermentation.
Throughout his Feedlot studies, he incorporates elements of other sciences such as Cottonseed meal and Blood urea nitrogen. N. A. Cole has researched Ammonia in several fields, including Environmental engineering and Urease. His Distillers grains study combines topics in areas such as Nutrient digestibility, Feedlot cattle, Ruminal fermentation and Starch.
N. A. Cole mainly investigates Animal science, Beef cattle, Agronomy, Distillers grains and Feedlot. His work carried out in the field of Animal science brings together such families of science as Excretion, Starch and Latin square. He has included themes like Urea, Urine, Manure and Agricultural science in his Beef cattle study.
His studies in Agronomy integrate themes in fields like Effluent and Nitrogen balance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meal and Fodder crops. His work in Feedlot tackles topics such as Randomized block design which are related to areas like Nutrition physiology, Phosphorus utilization and Cattle feeding.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Beef cattle, Latin square, Rumination and Distillers grains. His Animal science research incorporates elements of Excretion, Agronomy and Nitrogen balance. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbon footprint, Fermentation, Starch and Agricultural science in addition to Beef cattle.
The concepts of his Starch study are interwoven with issues in Urea, Urine and Respiratory quotient. In his study, Bothriochloa ischaemum, Energy metabolism and Hay is inextricably linked to Forage, which falls within the broad field of Latin square. His Distillers grains research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ruminant and Sorghum.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Beef cattle, Starch, Ruminal fermentation and Rumination. In the subject of general Animal science, his work in Growing cattle is often linked to Condensed tannin, thereby combining diverse domains of study. N. A. Cole combines subjects such as Global-warming potential, Dry matter and Distillers grains with his study of Growing cattle.
Condensed tannin overlaps with fields such as Excretion, Nitrogen balance, Urine, Respiratory quotient and Agronomy in his research. His Urea research extends to Excretion, which is thematically connected. His Latin square research extends to the thematically linked field of Ruminal fermentation.
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Effects of crude protein concentration and degradability on performance, carcass characteristics, and serum urea nitrogen concentrations in finishing beef steers.
J. F. Gleghorn;N. A. Elam;M. L. Galyean;G. C. Duff.
Journal of Animal Science (2004)
SURFACE AMENDMENTS TO MINIMIZE AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM BEEF CATTLE FEEDLOTS
Y. Shi;D. B. Parker;N. A. Cole;B. W. Auvermann.
Transactions of the ASABE (2001)
Influence of oscillating dietary crude protein concentration on performance, acid-base balance, and nitrogen excretion of steers
N. A. Cole;L. W. Greene;F. T. McCollum;T. Montgomery.
Journal of Animal Science (2003)
Effects of phase-feeding of crude protein on performance, carcass characteristics, serum urea nitrogen concentrations, and manure nitrogen of finishing beef steers.
N A Cole;P J Defoor;M L Galyean;G C Duff.
Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Effects of corn processing method and dietary inclusion of wet distillers grains with solubles on energy metabolism, carbon-nitrogen balance, and methane emissions of cattle.
K. E. Hales;N. A. Cole;J. C. MacDonald.
Journal of Animal Science (2012)
The influence of oscillating dietary protein concentrations on finishing cattle. II. Nutrient retention and ammonia emissions
S. L. Archibeque;H. C. Freetly;N. A. Cole;Calvin Ferrell.
Journal of Animal Science (2007)
Rate and frequency of urease inhibitor application for minimizing ammonia emissions from beef cattle feedyards
D. B. Parker;S. Pandrangi;L. W. Greene;L. K. Almas.
Transactions of the ASABE (2005)
Opportunities to enhance performance and efficiency through nutrient synchrony in concentrate-fed ruminants.
N. A. Cole;R. W. Todd.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Effects of increasing concentrations of wet distillers grains with solubles in steam-flaked, corn-based diets on energy metabolism, carbon-nitrogen balance, and methane emissions of cattle.
K. E. Hales;N. A. Cole;J. C. MacDonald.
Journal of Animal Science (2013)
Optimizing use of distillers grains in finishing diets containing steam-flaked corn.
B. E. Depenbusch;E. R. Loe;J. J. Sindt;N. A. Cole.
Journal of Animal Science (2009)
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