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I am a dairy nutrition scientist with experience in the international feed industry, working to connect science and practice.
My interests are:
- Mammary physiology: rate of synthesis of milk protein, fat and lactose
- Intemediary metabolism: the pathways of nutrients after absorption
- Rumen physiology: digesting plant cell walls, building protein
- Methane and manure: the other products of the system
- Understanding feedstuffs: where the nutrients are
- Calf development and growth: growing better cows
- Optimising amino acid nutrition in periparturient dairy cows. EastBio Doctoral Training Programme, award date Apr 21
- Halogenated compounds in seaweed – A new market opportunity for the UK seaweed industry. £50,000. Centre for the Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, Apr 21–Jul 21.
- Evaluation of a methane mitigating feed additive in dairy calves. Commercial contract, £124,992. Apr 21-Mar22
- Methane-inhibiting livestock feed supplements: review of net impacts, barriers to success and consumer acceptance. DEFRA, £70,768. Feb 21-Aug 21
- Scoping Study on the Opportunities and Barriers of Improved Forages for Livestock Sustainability and Productivity. DEFRA, £12,548. Feb 21–Sep 21.
- Commercial Livestock Research. Commercial contract, £24,000. Jul 20-Jul 21
- PhD supervisor. Optimising amino acid nutrition in the periparturient cow. SRUC/University of Edinburgh, from Oct 21
- PhD supervisor. Nitrate as a mitigator of enteric methane production. University of New England, Australia. Oct 13-Oct 17
- PhD advisor. Novel approaches to improving calf health: new technology and data analytics. University of Edinburgh. Oct 20-
- PhD advisor. Fatty acid nutrition of high-yielding dairy cows. Michigan State University, USA. Oct 20-
- PhD advisor. Effects of energy source and amino acids on milk synthesis in the dairy cow. University of Wisconsin, Aug 21
PhD, University of Nottingham
1 Oct 1982 → 30 Jun 1987
Award Date: 21 Jul 1987
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Scoping Study on the Opportunities and Barriers of Improved Forages for Livestock Sustainability and Productivity
1/02/21 → 30/09/21
Methane-inhibiting livestock feed supplements: review of net impacts, barriers to success and consumer acceptance
8/02/21 → 8/08/21
Bioprocessing of waste biomass for sustainable product development and minimizing environmental impactUsmani, Z., Sharma, M., Awasthi, A. K., Sivakumar, N., Lukk, T., Pecoraro, L., Thakur, V. K., Roberts, D., Newbold, J. & Gupta, V. K., Feb 2021, In: Bioresource Technology. 322, 124548.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-review
Effect of granule size on dissociation of calcium salts of palm fatty acid distillate. W.-L. Ong1, R. Kirkland2, J. Newbold3, and K.-H. Ng*Ong, WL., Kirkland, R., Newbold, JR. & Ng, KH., 12 Jul 2021.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › peer-review
Effect of timing of a calcium salt supplement containing palmitic and oleic acids on production responses of early lactation dairy cowsPineda, A., de Souza, J., Newbold, JR., Kirkland, R. M. & Lock, A. L., 23 Jun 2020, (First published) p. 69. 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › peer-reviewOpen Access
Badman, J., Daly, K., Kelly, J., Moran, A. W., Cameron, J., Watson, I., Newbold, J. & Shirazi-Beechey, S. P., 24 Oct 2019, (First published) In: Frontiers in Veterinary Science. 6, 371.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
de Raphelis-Soissan, V., Nolan, J., Godwin, I., Newbold, JR., Eyre, BD., Erler, DV. & Hegarty, R., Feb 2018, In: Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition. 102, 1, p. e176-e182 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
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