Glen Pehr Lofgreen

1948-1977 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
 1977-1990 New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
animal husbandry
"Glen Pehr Lofgreen"

(1919 - 2004)
DOI: 10.2527/2005.832486x Mentored by Jack Loosli, Glen investigated nitrogen metabolism and theoretical nitrogen requirements of sheep and cattle, receiving his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at Cornell University in 1946 and 1948, respectively.
DOI: 10.3168/jds.S0022-0302(50)91891-1


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John Kasper (Jack) Loosli grad student 1948 Cornell
 (The protein requirements of growing Holstein cattle - a comparative study of conventional allowances and theoretical minimum requirements.)
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Morris FE, Branine ME, Galyean ML, et al. (1990) Effect of rotating monensin plus tylosin and lasalocid on performance, ruminal fermentation, and site and extent of digestion in feedlot cattle. Journal of Animal Science. 68: 3069-78
Lofgreen GP, Kiesling HE. (1986) Energy Levels in Receiving Diets for Yearling Cattle1,2 The Professional Animal Scientist. 2: 23-26
Lofgreen GP, Kiesling HE. (1985) Effects of receiving and growing diets on compensatory gains of stressed calves. Journal of Animal Science. 61: 320-8
Ramirez RG, Kiesling HE, Galyean ML, et al. (1985) Influence of steam-flaked, steamed-whole or whole shelled corn on performance and digestion in beef steers Journal of Animal Science. 61: 1-8
Lofgreen GP, El Tayeb AE, Kiesling HE. (1981) Millet and alfalfa hays alone and in combination with high-energy diet for receiving stressed calves. Journal of Animal Science. 52: 959-68
Lofgreen GP, Stinocher LH, Kiesling HE. (1980) Effects of dietary energy, free choice alfalfa hay and mass medication on calves subjected to marketing and shipping stresses. Journal of Animal Science. 50: 590-6
Young VR, Lofgreen GP, Luick JR. (1966) The effects of phosphorus depletion, and of calcium and phosphorus intake, on the endogenous excretion of these elements by sheep. The British Journal of Nutrition. 20: 795-805
Young VR, Richards WP, Lofgreen GP, et al. (1966) Phosphorus depletion in sheep and the ratio of calcium to phosphorus in the diet with reference to calcium and phosphorus absorption. The British Journal of Nutrition. 20: 783-94
Young VR, Luick JR, Lofgreen GP. (1966) The influence of dietary phosphorus intake on the rate of bone metabolism in sheep. The British Journal of Nutrition. 20: 727-32
Lofgreen GP, Bath DL, Young VR. (1962) Determination of the Net Energy of Dried Beet Pulp using Barley as a Reference Standard Journal of Animal Science. 21: 766-771
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