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Cherney, D.J.R., J.H. Cherney and L.E. Chase. 2002a. Influence of lucerne/fescue silage mixtures on milk production of early-lactation Holstein cows. J. Anim. Feed Sci. 11:555-564.
Cherney, D.J.R., J.H. Cherney and L.E. Chase. 2002b. Performance of lactating Holstein cows as influenced by forage species, maturity, and level of inclusion. Prof. Anim. Scientist 18:316-323.
Cherney, D.J.R., J.H. Cherney and E.A. Mikhailova. 2002c. Nitrogen utilization by orchardgrass and tall fescue from dairy manure or commercial fertilizer nitrogen. Agron. J. 94:405-412.
Cherney, D.J.R., J.H. Cherney and L.E. Chase. 2003a. Influence of non-fibrous carbohydrates on lactation performance of cows fed fescue silage. J. Dairy Sci.86:3983-3991.
Cherney, D.J.R., J.H. Cherney and L.E. Chase. 2004. Lactation performance of Holstein cows fed fescue, orchardgrass or alfalfa silage. J. Dairy Sci. 87:2268-2276.
Cherney, D.J.R., and J.H. Cherney. 2005a. Forage yield and quality of temperate perennial grasses as influenced by stubble height. Online. Forage and Grazinglands doi:10.1094/FG-2005-0215-01-RS.
Cherney, D.J.R., M.A. Alessi, and J.H. Cherney. 2005. Influence of grass species and sample preparation on ensiling characteristics. Crop Sci. 45: (In Press).
Cherney, J.H., D.J.R. Cherney, and T.W. Bruulesma. 1998. Chapt. 6. Potassium Management. In (J.H Cherney and D.J.R. Cherney, ed.) Grass for Dairy Cattle. CAB Intl.
Cherney, J.H. and D.J.R. Cherney. 2003. Chapt. 4. Assessing Silage Quality. pp. 141-198. In (D.R. Buxton, et al., ed.) Silage Science and Technology. ASA Monograph Series No. 42, ASA, CSSA, SSSA, Madison, WI.
Cherney, J.H., D.J.R. Cherney, and M.D. Casler. 2003b. Low intensity harvest management of reed canarygrass. Agron. J. 95:627-634.
Cherney, J.H., and D.J.R. Cherney. 2005b. Agronomic response of cool-season grasses to low intensity harvest management and low potassium fertility. Agon. J. 97:1216-1221.
Cherney, J.H., and R.L. Kallenbach. 2006. Chapt. 18. Forage Systems in the Temperate Humid Zone. In (R.F. Barnes et al., ed.) Forages: Vol. 2. The Science of Grassland Agriculture. 6th ed., Iowa St. Univ. Press. (In Press).
Jonker, J.S., D.J.R. Cherney, D.G. Fox, L.E. Chase, and J.H. Cherney. 2002. Orchardgrass versus alfalfa for lactating dairy cattle: production, digestibility, and N balance. J. Appl. Anim. Res. 21:81-92.
Lewis, A.L., W.J. Cox, and J.H. Cherney. 2004. Hybrid, maturity and cutting height interactions on corn forage yield and quality. Agron. J. 96:267-274.
Lykos, T., G.A. Varga, and D. Casper. 1997. Varying degradation rates of total non-structural carbohydrates: Effects on ruminal fermentation, blood metabolites, and milk production and composition in high producing Holstein cows. J. Dairy Sci. 80:3341-3355.
Mertens, D.R. 1992. Nonstructural and structural carbohydrates. Pages 219 to 235. In Large Dairy Herd Management, H.H. Van Horn and C.J. Wilcox, ed. American Dairy Science Association, Champaign, Illinois.
Parsons, D. 2005. Alfalfa-Grass Forage Quality Prediction in New York State. M.S. Thesis. Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.
Vetsch, J.A., and M.P. Russelle. 1999. Reed canarygrass yield, crude protein, and nitrate N response to fertilizer N. J. Prod. Ag. 12:465-471.
Wiersma, D.W. 2000. Alfalfa cutting height to maximize forage yield and quality. 2000 Wis. Forage Council Proceedings.