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Jones, Cassandra


Huss, A.R., R.A. Cochrane, A. Deliephan, C.R. Stark, C.K. Jones.  2015. Evaluation of biological pathogen decontamination protocol for animal feed mills. Journal of Food Protection, 78(9):1682-1688.

Yoder, A.D., R.S. Beyer, and C.K. Jones. 2015. The relative value of sorghum to corn in broiler chick starter diets improves during drought conditions. Journal of Applied Poultry Science, 24:177-185.

Pilcher, C.M., C.K. Jones, M. Schroyen, A.J. Severin, J.F. Patience, C.K. Tuggle, and J.E. Koltes. 2015. Transcript profiles in longissimus dorsi muscle and subcutaneous adipose tissue: A comparison of pigs with different post-weaning growth rates. Journal of Animal Science, 93:2134-2143.

Jones, C.K., E.L. Frantz, A. Bingham, J.R. Bergstrom, J.M. DeRouchey, and J.F. Patience. 2015. Effects of drought-affected corn and non-starch polysaccharide enzyme inclusion on nursery pig growth performance. Journal of Animal Science, 93:1703-1709.

Lewis, L.L., C.R. Stark, A.C. Fahrenholz, M.A.D. Goncalves, J.M. DeRouchey, and C.K. Jones. 2015. Effects of pelleting conditioner retention time on nursery pig growth performance. Journal of Animal Science, 93:1098-1102.

Lewis, L.L., C.R. Stark, A.C. Fahrenholz, J.R. Bergstrom, and C.K. Jones. 2015. Evaluation of conditioning time and temperature on gelatinized starch and vitamin retention in a pelleted swine diet. Journal of Animal Science, 93:615-619.

Jones, C.K., M.D. Tokach, J.L. Usry, C.R. Neill, J.F. Patience.  2014. Evaluating lysine requirements of nursery pigs fed low protein diets with different sources of non-essential amino acids. Journal of Animal Science, 92:3460-3470.

Jones, C.K., D.M. Madson, R.G. Main, N.K. Gabler, J.F. Patience.  2014. Poor weaning transition ADG is not correlated with pathological or immunological markers of enteric disease during a PRRSV outbreak. Journal of Animal Science, 92:2568-2577.

Jones, C.K., and J.F. Patience.  2014. Variation in nutrient digestibility and energy intake are key contributors to differences in post-weaning growth performance. Journal of Animal Science, 92:2105-2115.


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