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11984The effects of monensin on the pool size and turnover rate of protozoa in the rumen of sheepLeng, Ronald; Nolan, John V ; Cumming, G; Edwards, S R; Graham, C A
21985Responses to Protein Meal Supplements by Lactating Beef Cattle Given a Low-Quality Pasture HayLee, G J; Hennessy, D W; Williamson, P J; Nolan, John V ; Kempton, T J; Leng, Ronald
31987Responses to Nitrogen and Maize Supplements by Young Cattle Offered a Low-quality Pasture HayLee, G J; Hennessy, D W; Nolan, John V ; Leng, Ronald
41991Acetate clearance rate as a potential index of the availability of glucogenic precursors in ruminants fed on roughage-based dietsCronje, PB; Nolan, John V ; Leng, Ronald
52014The effect of incremental levels of dietary nitrate on methane emissions in Holstein steers and performance in Nelore bullsNewbold, J R; van Zijderveld, S M; Hulshof, R B A; Fokkink, W B; Leng, Ronald; Terencio, P; Powers, W J; van Adrichem, P S J; Paton, N D; Perdok, H B
62016Effect of water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) and cassava leaf meal (Manihot esculenta Crantz) with or without biochar on methane production in an in vitro rumen incubation using ensiled or dried cassava root meal as source of carbohydratePhongphanith, Sengsouly; Preston, T R; Leng, Ronald
72016Effect on feed intake, digestibility, N retention and methane emissions in goats of supplementing foliages of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) and Tithonia diversifolia with water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica)Porsavatdy, Phonethep; Preston, T R; Leng, Ronald
82011The Rumen - a fermentation vat or a series of organized structured microbial consortia: implications for the mitigation of enteric methane production by feed additivesLeng, Ronald
92012Methane production is reduced in an in vitro incubation when the rumen fluid is taken from cattle that previously received biochar in their dietLeng, Ronald; Inthapanya, Sangkhom; Preston, T R
102016Ensiled brewers' grains increased feed intake, digestibility and N retention in cattle fed ensiled cassava root, urea and rice straw with fresh cassava foliage or water spinach as main source of proteinInthapanya, Sangkhom; Preston, T R; Leng, Ronald