University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

Debra Aaron, Ph.D.

Professor, Statistics; Beef Cattle Genetics
Department of Animal Sciences
University of Kentucky
208 W.P. Garrigus Building
Lexington, KY 40546-0215
Phone (859) 257-7553
FAX:  (859) 257-5318
E-mail:  daaron@uky.edu

 


 

Abstracts

Aaron, D. K., D. G. Ely, E. Fink, B. T. Burden, M. E. Hoar, M. M. Simpson, and A. K. Lundsford. 2011. Lean lamb production during the process of grading-up to hair sheep genetics. Journal of Animal Science. 89 (E-Suppl. 1):698. 

Hoar, M. E., D. K. Aaron, D. G. Ely, M. M. Simpson, and A. K. Lundsford. 2011. Use of MTB-100, provided through a mineral mix, to reduce toxicity when lactating beef cows graze endophyte-infected tall fescue. Journal of Animal Science. 89 (E-Suppl. 1):260. 

Ely, D.G., D. K. Aaron, J. Wyles and V. Akay. Use of FEB-200 to increase productivity of cattle grazing fescue pasture. Journal of Animal Science 81(Suppl. 1):168. 2003.

Aaron, D. K., D. G. Ely, J. Wyles and V. Akay. Cow tympanic temperature response to supplementation with FEB-200. Journal of Animal Science 81(Suppl. 1): 168. 2003.

Aaron, D. K. and V. W. Hays. How many pigs? Statistical power considerations for swine nutrition experiments. Journal of Animal Science 81 (Suppl. 1):153. 2003.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Lunsford, A.K., D.G. Ely, D.K. Aaron, M.M. Simpson, and R.A Zinner. Nutrient utilization of Polypay and
percentage White Dorper lambs fed a high roughage and a high concentrate diet. Sheep & Goat Research Journal
23:1-6. 2008

Lunsford, A.K., D.G. Ely, D.K. Aaron, M.M. Simpson, and R.A Zinner. Nutrient utilization of Polypay andpercentage White Dorper lambs fed a high roughage and a high concentrate diet. Sheep & Goat Research Journal23:1-6. 2008.

Aaron, D.K. and V.W. Hays. How many pigs? Statistical power considerations in swine nutrition experiments. Journal of Animal Sciences 84 (E. Suppl.):E245-E254. 2004.

Appeddu, L.A., D.G. Ely, D.K. Aaron, W.P. Deweese, and E. Fink. Effects of supplementing with calcium salts of palm oil fatty acids or hydrogenated tallow on ewe milk production and twin lamb growth. Journal of Animal Science 82:2780-2789. 2004.