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Proceeding -XVII ISC - Brazil - 2015

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

The presentation material of the oral presentations at XVII International Silage Conference are available on this page. If using this material, please make proper citations with author name and the Conference Proceedings information.

Opening speech, Chair of the XVII ISC

Luiz Nussio
Universidade de São Paulo, Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz”, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil

Major contributions in 45 years of International Silage Conferences

Roger Wilkins and Mike Wilkinson
Wilkinson, UK

New Trends in Silage Microbiology

Naoki Nishino
Okayama University, Japan

How fall and winter temperature during ensiling and storage influence microbial populations

Yiqin Zhou , Pascal Drouin and Carole Lafrenière
Universitè du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue - Canada

Shifts on bacterial population of high moisture corn silages and its correlation with fermentation endproducts

Paula de Almeida Carvalho
Universidade de São Paulo, Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz”, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil

Effects of Pichia norvegensis and air exposure on the nutritive value of corn silages for dairy cows

P.A.R. Salvo, E.P. Schonell, J.L.P. Daniel, M.C. Santos, G. Morais, J.P. Winckler, J. Silva and L.G. Nussio
University of São Paulo Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture - Brazil

Silage Additives: Where Are We Headed?

Limin Kung, Jr. and Richard E. Muck
University of Delaware, Newark, DE and Agricultural Research Service Madison, WI

Effects of silage additives in whole-crop maize and grain silages to enhance methane yield

Johannes Thaysen and Susanne Ohl
Agriculture Schleswig-Holstein, Germany and -University Kiel, Germany

Impact of silage additives on aerobic stability and methane production from Sorghum

Christiane Herrmann, Christine Idler and Monika Heiermann
Germany

Gases and Volatile Organic Compounds in Silage

Frank Mitloehner
University of California, Davis

Volatile organic compounds (VOC) in maize silages at German dairy farms

Kirsten Weiß, Caroline Olbrich and Johannes Thaysen
Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and Agriculture Schleswig-Holstein, Rendsburg

Ensiled whole sugar beets and their influence on preference and feed intake by goats

K. Gerlach, A. Reimink and K.-H. Südekum
Institute of Animal Science, University of Bonn, Germany

Faba bean whole crop silage for dairy cows

Marjukka Lamminen, Tuomo Kokkonen, Anni Halmemies-Beauchet-Filleau, Tytti Termonen, Aila Vanhatalo and Seija Jaakkola
University of Helsinki

A new in vitro ensiling technique for silage research

Kamyar Mogodiniyai Kasmaei
Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Impact of ensiling on the traceability and authentication of foods of animal origin

Frank Monahan, Aidan Moloney, Olaf Schmidtand Padraig O’Kiely
Teagasc, Ireland.

An Overview of Silage Production and Utilization in Brazil (With focus on current practices)

T.F. Bernardes, P. Schmidt and J.L.P. Daniel
The Univerity of Lavras - Brazil

Essential oils as additives for sugarcane ensiling

L. M. Pereira, C.O. Novinski, E. Pachemshi, C.M. Souza, B. Bach, M. Strack, P. Schmidt and M. Zopollatto
Universidade Federal do Paraná - Brazil

Effect of a chemical additive containing sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, and sodium nitrite on the microbial populations and aerobic stability of sugarcane silage

T.C. da Silva, O.G. Pereira, L. Kung Jr., L.D. da Silva, R.A. de Paula, R.M. Martins, V.P. da Silva, K.G. Ribeiro
Universidade Federal de Vicosa, - Brazil and University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, USA

Corn Shredlage: Equipment, storage and animal perspectives

L.F. Ferraretto, L.M. Vanderwerff, G.G.S. Salvati, G.S. Dias Junior, and R.D. Shaver
University of Wisconsin, USA.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THEORETICAL LENGTH OF CUT AND MEAN PARTICLE LENGTH IN WHOLE-PLANT CORN SILAGE

G. G. S. SALVATI, L. F. FERRARETTO, G. S. DIAS JÚNIOR & R. D. SHAVER
University of Wisconsin, USA

Effect of corn silage kernel processing score on dairy cow starch digestibility

William L. Braman and John E. Kurtz
Chr. Hansen, Inc. Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA)

Sorghum-legumes mixtures silage: aerobic stability and organic matter loss

M.S.J. Da Silva, C.C. Jobim, J.C. Emile, G. Audebert and S. Novak
Universidade Federal de Maringá - Brazil

DESIGN AND STATISTICAL ISSUES IN SILAGE EXPERIMENTS

P. Udén and P.H. Robinson
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and University of California, Davis

Influence of different slurry application methods on grass silage quality

Ueli Wyss and Annett Latsch
Agroscope, Institute for Livestock Sciences and Agroscope, Institute for Sustainability Sciences - Switzerland.

Effect of aerobic exposure before and after ensiling on maize silage quality

D. Brüning, K. Gerlach, K. Weiß and K.-H. Südekum
Institute of Animal Science, University of Bonn, Germany, Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

Silage safety issues for largescale bunker silos and drive-over piles re-visited: avalanches

R.E. Bolsen, M.E. Uriarte, R.F. Andrade, C.C. Banchero, and K.K. Bolsen
Estela Uriarte, USA.

Short and long term storage of wet by-products fed to ruminants

Szilvia Orosz and Dave Davies
Livestock Performance Lab LTD, Hungary.

Can lactic acid bacteria bind aflatoxin B1 in silage contaminated with the toxin?

Z. X. Ma1, J. J. Romero, F. Amaro, K. C. Jeong, S. K. Williams and A. T. Adesogan
Department of Animal Sciences University of Florida

Mycotoxin characteristics of farm silages: A two year Irish national survey

C. McElhinney, M. Danaher, C. Elliott, P. O'Kiely
Ensiling wet distillers grains with solubles: A review. Kenneth F. Kalscheur, USA.

Ensiling Wet Distillers Grains with Solubles: A review

Kenneth F. Kalscheur and Alvaro D. Garcia
USDA-ARS, Madison, WI USA and South Dakota State University USA

Effect of Lactobacillus buchneri on fatty acids profile of corn silage

Carlos Rabelo, Fernanda Basso, Erika Lara and Ricardo Reis
FCAV/UNESP Brazil

Solid-state fermentation of Lupin (Lupinus albus) meal bio-processed with Lactobacillus plantarum and supplemented in aqua-diets.

U. Rodriguez Estrada, Shene Carolina, Hernandez Adrian, Dantagnan Patricio and Pavez Claudia
Chile

Conference summary and future perspectives

Marketta Rinne
Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), Jokioinen, Finland

Scientific Committee

Luiz Gustavo Nussio - University of São Paulo (USP)

Cloves Cabreira Jobim - State University of Maringá (UEM)

Tiago Fernandes Bernardes - Federal University of Lavras (UFLA)

Maity Zopollatto - Federal University of Paraná (UFPR)

Patrick Schmidt - Federal University of Paraná (UFPR)

Ricardo Andrade Reis - State University of São Paulo (UNESP)

Odilon Gomes Pereira - Federal University of Viçosa (UFV)

João Luiz Pratti Daniel - University of São Paulo (USP)

Organizing Committee

Luiz Gustavo Nussio

Mateus Castilho Santos

Rafael Camargo do Amaral

Lucas Jose Mari

Renato Schmidt

Oscar César Müller Queiroz

Karime Pissinato

Érica Casarini

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