University of Missouri Research Council. 2005. Effect of dietary magnesium and electrolyte supplementation on fresh pork quality. $7,300. PI.
Refereed Publications Past 5 Years
M.S. Carlson, T.L. Veum, J.R. Turk and D.W. Bollinger. 2005. Effects of yeast extract protein versus animal plasma protein in weanling pig diets on growth performance and intestinal health. Swine Health and Production. July/August pg. 204-209 (90 % contribution).
J.A. Lory, R.E. Massey, J.M. Zulovich, J.A. Hoehne, A.M. Schmidt, M.S. Carlson, and C.D. Fulhage. 2004. Feasibility and costs of phosphorus application limits on 39 U.S. swine operations. J. Envir. Quality 33:1114-1123. (20% contribution).
J.A. Lory, R.E. Massey, J.M. Zulovich, J.A. Hoehne, A.M. Schmidt, M.S. Carlson, and C.D. Fulhage. 2004. An assessment of nitrogen-based manure application rates on 39 U.S. swine operations. J. Envir. Quality 33:1106-113. (20% contribution).
T.L. Veum, M.S. Carlson, C.W. Wu, and D.W. Bollinger. 2004. Copper proteinate in weanling pig diets for enhancing growth performance and reducing fecal copper excretion compared with copper sulfate. J. Anim. Sci. 82:1062-1070 (90% contribution).
M.S. Carlson, C. A. Boren, C. Wu, D.W. Bollinger and T.L. Veum. 2004. Evaluation of lower inclusion rates of organic Zn as either a polysaccharide or proteinate complex on growth performance, plasma and excretion of nursery pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 82:1359-1366 (90% contribution).
Case, C.L. and M.S. Carlson. 2002. Effect of feeding organic and inorganic sources of additional zinc on growth performance and zinc balance in nursery pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 80:1917-1924. (90% contribution).
Fangman, T.J., L.A. Hardin, G. Grellner, M.S. Carlson, J.M. Zulovich, and J.L. Coleman. 2001. Case Study: Differences in performance and disease status of pigs grown in a wean-to-finish system compared to pigs grown in a conventional nursery and grow-finish system. Swine Health and Production. Mar/April. (35% contribution).
Carlson, M.S., G.M. Hill and J.E. Link. 1999. Early- and traditionally weaned nursery pigs benefit from phase-feeding pharmacological concentrations of zinc oxide: Impact on metallothionein and mineral concentrations J. Anim. Sci. 77:1199-1207. (90% contribution).