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Kleefisch Maria-Theresia,

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2020

Journal Article

** Khiaosa-ard, R; Kleefisch, M-T; Zebeli, Q; Klevenhusen, F (2020): Milk fatty acid composition reflects metabolic adaptation of early lactation cows fed hay rich in water-soluble carbohydrates with or without concentrates. Animal Feed Science and Technology 2020; 264: 114470

2019

** Klevenhusen, F; Kleefisch, MT; Zebeli, Q (2019): Feeding hay rich in water-soluble carbohydrates improves ruminal pH without affecting rumination and systemic health in early lactation dairy cows. J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr (Berl). 2019; 103(2):466-476

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Khiaosa-Ard, R; Kleefisch, MT; Zebeli, Q; Klevenhusen, F (2019): High-quality hay feeding in early lactating cows: energy partitioning and milk fatty acid profile. 151--70th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science; AUG 26-30, 2019; Ghent, Belgium.

2018

Journal Article

** Kleefisch, MT; Zebeli, Q; Humer, E; Gruber, L; Klevenhusen, F (2018): Effects of feeding high-quality hay with graded amounts of concentrate on feed intake, performance and blood metabolites of cows in early lactation. Arch Anim Nutr. 2018; 72(4):290-307

** Petri, RM; Kleefisch, MT; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Zebeli, Q; Klevenhusen, F (2018): Changes in the Rumen Epithelial Microbiota of Cattle and Host Gene Expression in Response to Alterations in Dietary Carbohydrate Composition. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2018; 84(12):
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Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Khiaosa-ard, R; Kleefisch, MT; Zebeli, Q; Klevenhusen, F (2018): Enhancing health-beneficial fatty acids in milk fat of early lactating cows by high-quality hay. 171--72nd Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology; MARCH 13-15, 2018; Göttingen, Germany.

2017

Journal Article

** Kleefisch, MT; Zebeli, Q; Humer, E; Kröger, I; Ertl, P; Klevenhusen, F (2017): Effects of the replacement of concentrate and fibre-rich hay by high-quality hay on chewing, rumination and nutrient digestibility in non-lactating Holstein cows. Archives of Animal Nutrition (71), 1 21-36.

** Klevenhusen, F; Petri, RM; Kleefisch, MT; Khiaosa-Ard, R; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Zebeli, Q (2017): Changes in fibre-adherent and fluid-associated microbial communities and fermentation profiles in the rumen of cattle fed diets differing in hay quality and concentrate amount. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2017; 93(9):

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Kleefisch, MT; Hintringer, S; Steinbach, C; Zebeli, Q; Klevenhusen, F (2017): Effects of feeding high-quality hay with graded amounts of concentrate on dry matter intake, mild yield and milk composition of early lactating dairy cows. 115--71st Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology; March 14-16, 2017; Göttingen, GERMANY, Germany.

Kleefisch, MT; Zebeli, Q; Klevenhusen, F (2017): Einfluss der Fütterung von zuckerreichem Heu mit unterschiedlichen Kraftfutterniveaus auf den Pansen-pH und die Wiederkauaktivität früh-laktierender Milchkühe. 127-220.-16. Boku-Smposium Tierernährung: Der gesunde Verdauungstrakt; Apr 27, 2017; Vienna, Austria.

Klevenhusen, F; Kleefisch, MT; Petri, RM; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Zebeli, Q (2017): Effects of feeding high-quality hay with graded amounts of concentrate on the bacterial community structure of solid and liquid rumen content in cows. 114--71st Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology; March 14-16, 2017; Göttingen, GERMANY, Germany.

2016

Kleefisch, MT; Klevenhusen, F; Humer, E; Kröger, I; Zebeli, Q (2016): Substitution of concentrates by sugar-rich hay in the diet affects ruminal ammonia concentration and nutrient digestibility in Holstein cows. 130--70. Tagung der Gesellschaft für Ernährungsphysiologie; MARCH 8-10, 2016; Hannover, GERMANY.

2015

Kleefisch, M; Klevenhusen, F; Humer, E; Kröger, I; Ertl, P; Zebeli, Q (2015): Substitution of concentrates by sugar-rich hay in the diet modulates ruminal pH, chewing activity and dry matter digestibility in Holstein cows. 47--19th European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition Congress; SEPT, 17-19, 2015; Toulouse, France.

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