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David J Denniston
Animal Sciences
College of Agricultural Sciences

Equine Center Building, Room
Phone:
970-491-8817
Education:
  • Ph D, New Mexico State University; Animal Sciences
  • MS, Colorado State University; Animal Sciences
  • BS, CSU; Equine Sciences
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Denniston, David J, (2020) A Horse Sale as an Outreach and Experiential Learning Model NACTA 63 2 20-25

Denniston, David J, (2019) "2019 Legends of Ranching Sale Catalog" Colorado State University

Denniston, David J, (2018) Development of an Innovative Horse Judging Seminar and Experience NACTA 62 4 326-328

Brooks, Ryan Michael, Denniston, David J, Bruemmer, Jason, Nett, Terry M, McCue, Patrick M, (2013) Development of a direct (non-extracted) enzyme immunoassay for measurement of serum progesterone in mares Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 33 5 371

(2009) Methanol as a cryoprotectant for equine embryos (vol 62, pg 1153, 2004) Theriogenology 72 425-425

(2006) Effects of a gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist and altrenogest on luteinizing hormone concentration and ovulation in the mare J Equine Vet Sci 26 95-101

Denniston, David J, Crabb, Josh J., Bruemmer, Jason, Squires, Edward L, (2006) Effects of a gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist and altrenogest on luteinizing hormone concentration and ovulation in the mare Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 26 3 95-101

(2006) Exogenous eFSH, follicle coasting, and hCG as a novel superovulation regimen in mares J Equine Vet Sci 26 262-270

(2005) Evaluation of several eFSH treatments for superovulation in mares Theriogenology 64 791-791

(2004) Methanol as a cryoprotectant for equine embryos Theriogenology 62 1153-1159

Denniston, David J, Squires, Edward L, Bruemmer, Jason, Brinsko, S P, McCue, Patrick M, Graham, James K, (2000) Effect of antioxidants on the motility and viability of cooled stallion spermatozoa. Journal of reproduction and fertility. Supplement 56 121-6

(1997) The effect of liposomes composed of phosphatidylserine and cholesterol on pregnancy rates using frozen-thawed equine spermatozoa Theriogenology 62 91-92

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