Dr Kenton Hart
Dr Kenton Hart
Aberystwyth University
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Plant extracts to manipulate rumen fermentation
KJ Hart, DR Yáñez-Ruiz, SM Duval, NR McEwan, CJ Newbold
Animal feed science and technology 147 (1-3), 8-35, 2008
Methane emissions, feed intake, performance, digestibility, and rumen fermentation of finishing beef cattle offered whole-crop wheat silages differing in grain content
EJ Mc Geough, P O'kiely, KJ Hart, AP Moloney, TM Boland, DA Kenny
Journal of animal science 88 (8), 2703-2716, 2010
Effect of sward dry matter digestibility on methane production, ruminal fermentation, and microbial populations of zero-grazed beef cattle
KJ Hart, PG Martin, PA Foley, DA Kenny, TM Boland
Journal of animal science 87 (10), 3342-3350, 2009
Does dietary mitigation of enteric methane production affect rumen function and animal productivity in dairy cows?
JB Veneman, S Muetzel, KJ Hart, CL Faulkner, JM Moorby, HB Perdok, ...
PloS one 10 (10), e0140282, 2015
Effect of divergence in phenotypic residual feed intake on methane emissions, ruminal fermentation, and apparent whole-tract digestibility of beef heifers across three …
RP McDonnell, KJ Hart, TM Boland, AK Kelly, M McGee, DA Kenny
Journal of Animal Science 94 (3), 1179-1193, 2016
Methane emissions, feed intake, and performance of finishing beef cattle offered maize silages harvested at 4 different stages of maturity
EJ Mc Geough, P O'Kiely, PA Foley, KJ Hart, TM Boland, DA Kenny
Journal of Animal Science 88 (4), 1479-1491, 2010
The influence of grass silage-to-maize silage ratio and concentrate composition on methane emissions, performance and milk composition of dairy cows
KJ Hart, JA Huntington, RG Wilkinson, CG Bartram, LA Sinclair
Animal 9 (6), 983-991, 2015
An essential oil blend decreases methane emissions and increases milk yield in dairy cows
KJ Hart, HG Jones, KE Waddams, HJ Worgan, B Zweifel, CJ Newbold
Open Journal of Animal Sciences 9 (03), 259, 2019
Effect of inorganic or organic copper fed without or with added sulfur and molybdenum on the performance, indicators of copper status, and hepatic mRNA in dairy cows
LA Sinclair, KJ Hart, D Johnson, AM Mackenzie
Journal of Dairy Science 96 (7), 4355-4367, 2013
Diet composition at weaning affects the rumen microbial population and methane emissions by lambs
DR Yáñez-Ruiz, KJ Hart, AI Martin-Garcia, S Ramos, CJ Newbold
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 48 (2), 186-188, 2008
Effects of inclusion of whole-crop pea silages differing in their tannin content on the performance of dairy cows fed high or low protein concentrates
LA Sinclair, KJ Hart, RG Wilkinson, JA Huntington
Livestock Science 124 (1-3), 306-313, 2009
Effect of whole-crop pea (Pisum sativum L.) silages differing in condensed tannin content as a substitute for grass silage and soybean meal on the performance …
KJ Hart, LA Sinclair, RG Wilkinson, JA Huntington
Journal of animal science 89 (11), 3663-3676, 2011
An investigation of carbohydrate and protein degradation ratios, nitrogen to energy synchronization and hourly effective rumen digestion of barley: effect of variety and growth …
P Yu, K Hart, L Du
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 93 (5), 555-567, 2009
Effect of allicin on fermentation and microbial populations in the rumen simulating fermentor Rusitec
KJ Hart, SE Girdwood, S Taylor, DR Yanez-Ruiz, CJ Newbold
Reprod. Nutr. Develop 46 (Suppl 1), 97-115, 2006
Chemical characteristics and in situ ruminal parameters of barley for cattle: Comparison of the malting cultivar AC Metcalfe and five feed cultivars
KJ Hart, BG Rossnagel, P Yu
Canadian journal of animal science 88 (4), 711-719, 2008
New feed additives for ruminants-A European perspective
CJ Newbold, SM Duval, NR McEwan, DR Yanez-Ruiz, KJ Hart
Proc. Pac. NW Anim. Nutr. Conf. Vancouver, Canada, 2006
Effect of level of dietary soy oil supplementation and concentrate to forage ratio on feed intake, methane production and rumen fermentation variables of beef steers
KJ Petrie, TM Boland, KJ Hart, CM McCarney, SM Waters, DA Kenny
Advances in Animal Biosciences 1 (1), 50-50, 2010
The effect of pre-grazing herbage mass on growth rate and methane emissions of grazing beef cattle
TM Boland, KJ Hart, KM Pierce, BM Lynch, R McDonnell, D Murphy, ...
J. Dairy Sci 92, 343, 2009
Dietary nitrate but not linseed oil decreases methane emissions in two studies with lactating dairy cows
JB Veneman, S Muetzel, KJ Hart, CL Faulkner, JM Moorby, G Molano, ...
Proceedings of the livestock, climate change and food security conference, 19-20, 2014
The effect of level of dietary fish oil inclusion on intake and methane emissions of beef steers
KJ Petrie, KJ Hart, J Callan, TM Boland, DA Kenny
Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science 2009, 25-25, 2009
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