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Brett H Kirch
Assistant Professor
Animal Sciences
College of Agricultural Sciences

Animal Sciences Building, Room 152
Phone:
970-491-6642
Education:
  • Other, Iowa State University; Veterianary Medicine
  • Ph D, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Agronomy-Range & Forage Nutrit
  • MS, Kansas State Univ; Animal Sci, Ruminant Nutrition
  • BS, Univ of Nebraska; Animal Sciences
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Woiwode, Ruth, (2016) Effects of initial handling practices on the behavior and average daily gain of fed steers International Journal of Livestock Production 7 doi10.5897/IJLP2015.0277

Grandin, Temple, Woiwode, Ruth H, Kirch, Brett, Patterson, J., (2015) "Effects of handling before and during processing on behavior and ADG of feedlot steers" Journal of Animal Science 93 53

Woiwode, Ruth, Grandin, Temple, Kirch, Brett H, "Survey of BQA Handling Practices that occurred during routine processing of feedlot Cattle." J Anim Sci 92 E supp 2 286

Kirch, Brett H, (2014) Chromatographic profiles of nonstructural carbohydrates Animal Feed Science and Technology 188 53-63

Kirch, Brett H, (2013) "Use of radio-frequency identification to monitor internal temperatures of beagles in variable environmental conditions. " Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science 52 5 635-636

(2011) Protein Degradation of Smooth Bromegrass, Switchgrass, and Big Bluestem in Grazing Cattle J Prof Anim Sci 27 5 422-427

(2011) Seasonal and diurnal changes in sugar profiles of bermudagrass in the Piedmont region of the United States J of Equine Vet Sci 31 521-529

(2011) Seasonal and diurnal variation in simple sugar and fructan composition of orchardgrass pasture and hay in the Piedmont region of the United States J of Eqine Vet Sci 31 488-497

(2010) Contractile response of fescue-naive bovine lateral saphenous veins to increasing concentrations of tall fescue alkaloids J Anim Sci 88 408-415

(2010) "Pasture Vegetation" Guide for preparing Resource Stewardship Plans for Equestrian Operations August 13-15

(2010) "Urinary calculi in wether lambs/kids" CSU extension bulletin no 1.627

(2009) Bioaccumulation of ergovaline in bovine lateral saphenous veins in vitro J Anim Sci 87 2437-2447

(2009) Technical note J Anim Sci 87 371-374

(2008) Effects of selected combinations of tall fescue alkaloids on the vasoconstrictive capacity of fescue-naive bovine lateral saphenous veins J Anim Sci 86 1021-1028

(2008) Performance and Physiology of Steers Following Grazing of Toxic Tall Fescue as Influenced by Feeding Soybean Hulls on Pasture and Postgraze Steroid Implantation J Prof Anim Sci 24 5 392-398

(2008) Temperature influences upon vascular dynamics in cattle measured by Doppler ultrasonography J Therm Biol 33 375-379

(2007) Ergocryptine and ergonovine induced contractile responses in fescue naive bovine lateral saphenous veins J Anim Sci 85 13-13

(2007) Ergocryptine and ergonovine induced contractile responses in fescue naive bovine lateral saphenous veins Poultry Sci 86 13-13

(2007) Ergocryptine and ergonovine induced contractile responses in fescue naive bovine lateral saphenous veins J Dairy Sci 90 13-13

(2007) Hemodynamic responses of the caudal artery to toxic tall fescue in beef heifers J Anim Sci 85 2337-2345

(2006) Evaluation of the vasoconstrictive capacity of tall fescue alkaloids using fescue naive bovine lateral saphenous veins J Anim Sci 84 54-54

(2006) Temperature influences upon vascular dynamics as measured by doppler ultrasonography J Anim Sci 84 212-212

(1997) Relationships between in situ protein degradability and grass developmental morphology J Dairy Sci 80 1143-1149