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12012An initial investigation on rumen fermentation pattern and methane emission of sheep offered diets containing urea or nitrate as the nitrogen sourceLi, Li; Davis, Jennifer; Nolan, John V ; Hegarty, Roger 26-Jul-2012
22011Validation methods for determining heat production by sheep differing in live weight and feed intakeLi, Lily ; Nolan, John V ; Hegarty, Roger 17-Aug-2012
32009Two hour chamber measurement provides a useful estimate of daily methane production in sheepGoopy, John Patrick ; Hegarty, Roger ; Robinson, Dorothy L 13-Nov-2012
42012Livestock nutrition - a perspective on future needs in a resource-challenged planetHegarty, Roger 20-May-2013
52016Can adaptation to nitrate supplementation and provision of fermentable energy reduce nitrite accumulation in rumen contents in vitro?de Raphelis-Soissan, Victoire ; Nolan, John V ; Newbold, J R; Godwin, Ian ; Hegarty, Roger 17-Aug-2017
62016Feed intake, growth, and body and carcass attributes of feedlot steers supplemented with two levels of calcium nitrate or ureaHegarty, Roger ; Miller, J; Oelbrandt, N; Hegarty, Jennifer ; Luijben, J P M; Robinson, Dorothy L ; Nolan, John V ; Perdok, H B19-Jun-2017
72009Current and emerging technologies for decreasing enteric methane emission from individual ruminantsHegarty, Roger 16-Mar-2010
82009Repeatability of rumen volatile fatty acid concentrations in sheep under field conditionsGoopy, John Patrick ; Robinson, Dorothy L ; Woodgate, R; Hegarty, Roger 16-Mar-2010
92009Increases in microbial growth efficiency in sheep given true protein and non-protein nitrogen supplementsPelaelo-Grand, Tiyapo; Nolan, John V ; Hegarty, Roger 16-Mar-2010
102007Cattle selected for lower residual feed intake have reduced daily methane productionHegarty, Roger ; Goopy, John Patrick ; Herd, RM; McCorkell, B9-Mar-2010