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2010Can rumen methane production be predicted from volatile fatty acid concentrations?Robinson, Dorothy L ; Goopy, John Patrick ; Hegarty, Roger 8-Dec-2011
2007Cattle selected for lower residual feed intake have reduced daily methane productionHegarty, Roger ; Goopy, John Patrick ; Herd, RM; McCorkell, B9-Mar-2010
2015Comparison of repeated measurements of methane production in sheep over 5 years and a range of measurement protocolsRobinson, Dorothy L ; Goopy, John P ; Hegarty, Roger ; Oddy, Hutton 12-Oct-2016
2009Does intra-ruminal recycling of fermentation products increase methane production?Goopy, John Patrick ; Nolan, John V ; Pelaelo-Grand, Tiyapo16-Mar-2010
2016Estimates of repeatability and heritability of methane production in sheep using portable accumulation chambersGoopy, John P ; Robinson, Dorothy L ; Woodgate, Reg; Donaldson, A; Oddy, Hutton ; Vercoe, P E; Hegarty, Roger 4-Apr-2016
2011Four week repeatability of daily and one hour methane production of mature merino wethers fed 'ad libitum'Bickell, S L; Robinson, Dorothy L ; Toovey, A F; Goopy, John P ; Hegarty, Roger ; Revell, D K; Vercoe, P E3-Mar-2016
2014Genetic and environmental variation in methane emissions of sheep at pastureRobinson, Dorothy L ; Goopy, John P ; Vercoe, P E; Hegarty, Roger ; Oddy, Hutton ; Thompson, A N; Toovey, A F; Macleay, CA; Briegal, J R; Woodgate, R T; Donaldson, A J14-May-2015
2010How Often Do We Need to Measure Methane Production in Ruminants to Establish Robust Phenotype?Lines, David; Goopy, John Patrick ; Nolan, John V 3-Jun-2011
2003In vitro ruminal VFA production is unaffected by the presence of sulphur hexafluorideGoopy, John P ; Bird, SH; Hegarty, Roger; Nolan, John Vivian 23-Dec-2009
2003Intra-ruminal concentrations of SF6 from high release rate permeation tubesGoopy, John P ; Hegarty, Roger; Woodgate, RT23-Dec-2009
2014Low-methane yield sheep have smaller rumens and shorter rumen retention timeGoopy, John P ; Donaldson, Alastair; Hegarty, Roger ; Vercoe, Phillip E; Haynes, Fay Emma Milton ; Barnett, Mark ; Oddy, Hutton 10-Apr-2014
2010Nutritional and flock management options to reduce methane output and methane per unit product from sheep enterprisesHegarty, Roger ; Alcock, D; Robinson, Dorothy L ; Goopy, John Patrick ; Vercoe, PE8-Dec-2011
2006The persistence over time of divergent methane production in lot fed cattleGoopy, John Patrick ; Hegarty, Roger ; Dobos, Robin Christopher 13-Nov-2014
2004Repeatability of methane production in cattle fed concentrate and forage dietsGoopy, John Patrick ; Hegarty, Roger 11-May-2010
2009Repeatability of rumen volatile fatty acid concentrations in sheep under field conditionsGoopy, John Patrick ; Robinson, Dorothy L ; Woodgate, R; Hegarty, Roger 16-Mar-2010
2003A Review on the Role of Duckweed in Nutrient Reclamation and as a Source of Animal FeedGoopy, John Patrick ; Murray, P J10-Jun-2010
2005Selection for residual feed intake can change methane production by feedlot steersHegarty, Roger ; Herd, RM; Goopy, John Patrick ; McCorkell, B; Arthur, PF23-Mar-2010
2009Short-term validation of a rumen indwelling pH meterGoopy, John Patrick ; Woodgate, R16-Mar-2010
2014Sire and liveweight affect feed intake and methane emissions of sheep confined in respiration chambersRobinson, Dorothy L ; Goopy, John P ; Donaldson, Alistair; Woodgate, Reg; Oddy, Hutton ; Hegarty, Roger 14-May-2015
2012Triiodothyronine influences digesta kinetics and methane yield in sheepBarnett, Mark Clem; Goopy, John P ; McFarlane, James R; Godwin, Ian R ; Nolan, John V ; Hegarty, Roger 26-Jul-2012