References - Feeding Transgenic Crops to Livestock

POULTRY: Insect-Protected Corn

Aeschbacher, K., L. Meile, R. Messikommer and C. Wenk. 2001. Genetically modified maize in diets for chickens and laying hens: influence on performance and product quality. Proceedings: International Symposium on Genetically Modified Crops and Co-products as Feeds for Livestock, pp 41-42, September, Nitra, Slovak Republic.

Aeschbacher, K., L. Meile, R. Messikommer and C. Wenk. 2002. Influence of genetically modified maize on performance and product quality of chickens. Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 11:196.

Aeschbacher, K., R. Messikommer, L. Meile, and C. Wenk. 2005. Bt176 corn in poultry nutrition: Physiological characteristics and fate of recombinant plant DNA in chickens. Poultry Sci. 84(3):385-394.

Aeschbacher, K., R. Messikommer and C. Wenk. 2001. Physiological characteristics of Bt-176 corn in poultry and destiny of recombinant plant DNA in poultry products. Annals of Nutr. And Metab.45(Suppl. 1):376.

Aulrich, K., I. Halle and G. Flachowsky. 1998. Inhaltsstoffe und Verdaulichkeit von Maiskörnen der Sorte Cesar und der gentechnisch veränderten Bt-hybride bei Legenhennen. Proc Einfluss von Erzeugung und Verarbeitung auf die Qualität laudwirtschaftlicher Produkte (VDLUFA) Kongreband 1998 110. VDLUFA-Kongre. 14.-18.09.1998. Gieen, 465-468. Gieen, Deutchland.

Brake, J. and D. Vlachos. 1998. Evaluation of event 176 “Bt” corn in broiler chickens. Poultry Sci. 77:648-653.

Brake, J., M.A. Faust and J. Stein. 2003. Evaluation of transgenic event Bt 11 hybrid corn in broiler chickens. Poultry Sci. 82:551-559.

Brake, J., M.A. Faust, and J. Stein. 2005. Evaluation of transgenic hybrid corn (VIP3A) in broiler chickens. Poultry Sci. 84(3):503-512.

Deaville, E.R. and B.C. Maddison. 2005. Detection of transgenic and endogenous plant DNA fragments, in the blood, tissues, and digesta of broilers. J. Agric. Food Chem. 53:10268-10275.

Flachowsky, G., I. Halle, and K. Aulrich. 2005. Long term feeding of Bt-corn – a ten generation study with quails. Archives of Animal Nutrition 59(6):449-451. Gaines, A.M., G.L. Allee, and B.W. Ratliff. 2001. Nutritional evaluation of Bt (MON810) and Roundup Ready ® corn compared with commercial hybrids in broilers. Poult. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):51. Abstract 214.

Halle, I., K. Aulrich and G. Flachowsky. 1998. Einsatz von Maiskörnen der Sorte Cesar und des gentechnisch veränderten Bt-Hybriden in der Broiler mast. Proc. 5. Tagung, Schweine- und Geflhgelernährung, 01,-03.12.1998, Wittenberg p 265-267. Wittenberg, Deutchland.

Halle, I., K. Aulrich and G. Flachowsky. 2004. Four generations of feeding of GMO-corn to breeder quail. (Fütterung von gentechnisch verändertem Mais an Zuchtwachtein über vier Generationen). Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 13:124.

Halle, I. and G. Flachowsky. 2006. Feeding of genetically modified (Bt) maize to laying hens over four generations. Book of Abstracts of the 57th Annual Meeting of the European Association for Animal Production Antalya, Turkey, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Netherlands, No.12, p. 146.

Jacobs, C.M., P.L. Utterback, C.M. Parsons, B. Smith, M. Hinds, D. Rice, M. Liebergesell, and T. Sauber. 2007. Feeding performance in laying hens fed diets containing DAS-59122-7 maize grain compared with diets containing non-transgenic maize grain. Poult. Sci. 86(Suppl.1):519. (Abstr.)

Jacobs, C.M., P.L. Utterback, C.M. Parsons, D. Rice, B. Smith, M. Hinds, M. Liebergesell, and T. Sauber. 2008. Performance of laying hens fed diets containing DAS-59122-7 maize grain compared with diets containing nontransgenic maize grain. Poult. Sci. 87:475-479.

Jennings, J.C., L.D. Albee, D.C. Kolwyck, J.B. Surber, M.L. Taylor, G.F. Hartnell, R.P. Lirette, and K.C. Glenn. 2003. Attempts to detect transgenic and endogenous plant DNA and transgenic protein in muscle from broilers fed YieldGard Corn Borer corn. Poultry Sci. 82:371-380.

Leeson, S. 1998. The effect of corn hybrid CBH351 on the growth of male broiler chickens. http://www.epa.gov/oppbppd1/biopesticides/pips/old/cry9c/der-44734306a.htm

McNaughton. 2004. Broiler study nutritional evaluation of b.t.cry1f maize corn from bacillus thuringiensis subsp. Aizawai and phosphinothricin-n-acetyltransferase. Poult. Sci. 83(Suppl. 1):399-400. Abstract 684.

Mc Naughton, J.L., M. Roberts, D. Rice, B. Smith, M. Hinds, J. Schmidt, M. Locke, A. Bryant, T. Rood, R. Layton, I. Lamb, and B. Delaney. 2007. Feeding performance in broiler chickens fed diets containing DAS-59122-7 maize grain compared to diets containing non-transgenic maize grain. Anim. Feed Sci. and Tech. 132:227-239.

Mireles, Jr., A., S. Kim, R. Thompson and B. Amundsen. 2000. GMO (Bt) Corn is Similar in Composition and Nutrient Availability to Broilers as Non-GMO Corn. Poultry Sci. 79 (Suppl. 1): 65-66. Abstract 285.

Piva, G., M. Morlacchini, A. Pietri, F. Rossi, and A. Prandini. 2001. Growth performance of broilers fed insect-protected (MON 810) or near isogenic control corn. Poult. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):320. Abstract 1324.

Piva, G., M. Morlacchini, A. Pietri, F. Rossi, A. Prandini, G. Casadei and G. Cavanna. 2001. Performance of broilers and piglets fed Bt corn. Proceedings: International Symposium on genetically Modified Crops and Co-products as Feeds for Livestock, pp 27-30. September, Nitra, Slovak Republic.

Querubin, L.J., C.D.Q. Bantoc, J.R. Centeno, D.R. Dahilig and N.F. Carandang. 2002. Feeding value of two YieldGard (YG) corn hybrids versus their isogenic counterparts, treated with and without insecticides in broiler diets. Proceedings of the PSAS 39th National & 20th Visaya Chapter Sci. Sem. & Ann. Convention, 23-25 Oct. 2002, Cebu City, Philippines, Pages 55-56.

Querubin, L.J., C.D.Q. Bantoc, J.R. Centeno, D.R. Dahilig, and N.F. Carandang. 2004. Feeding value of two yieldgard corn hybrids versus their isogenic counterparts, treated with and without insecticides, in broiler diets. Proc. 11th AAAP Congress 2004 Vol 1:111-113.

Rasmussen, M.A., S.A. Cutler, K. Wilhems, and C.G. Scanes. 2007. Effects of Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) corn on reproductive performance in adult laying hens. International Journal of Poultry Science 6 (3):169-171.

Řehout, V., J. Kadlec1, J. Čítek, E. Hradecká, L. Hanusová, B. Hosnedlová, and F. Lád. 2009. The influence of genetically modified Bt maize MON 810 in feed mixtures on slaughter, haematological and biochemical indices of broiler chickens. J. Anim and Feed Sci.18:490-498.

Rossi, F., M. Morlacchini, G. Fusconi, A. Pietri, R. Mazza, and G. Piva. 2005. Effect of Bt corn on broiler growth performance and fate of feed-derived DNA in the digestive tract. Poultry Sci. 84:1022-1030.

Swiatkiewiez, S., J. Koreleski, and A. Arezewska. 2009. Egg performance and egg quality in laying hens and production indices in broiler chickens fed diets containing genetically modified components. Conference Materials from XXXVIII Scientific Session of the Committee on Animal Science – “Genetically Modified Feeds and Conventional Feeds in Animal Nutrition”. Balice, Poland May 28-29, 2009, P.103-104.

Sauvé, A. and J.T. Brake. 2010. Safety evaluation of Event 5307 transgenic corn in broiler chickens. Poult. Sci 89(E-Suppl. 1):96. Abstract M245.

Scheideler, S.E., P Weber, K. Sok, R.E. Hileman, and G.F. Hartnell. 2006. Fate of Cry3Bb1 protein in laying hens fed diets containing MON 863. Poult. Sci. 85(Suppl. 1): 8 Abstract M11.

Scheideler, S.E., R.E. Hileman, T. Weber, L.Robeson, and G.F. Hartnell. 2008. The in vivo digestive fate of the Cry3Bb1 protein in laying hens fed diets containing MON 863 corn. Poultry Science 87:1089-1097.

Scheideler, S.E., D. Rice, B. Smith, G. Dana, and T. Sauber. 2008. Evaluation of nutritional equivalency of corn grain from DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 (Herculex I) in the diets of laying hens. J. Appl. Poult. Res. 17:383-389.

Scholtz, N., G. Flachowsky, I. Halle, and H. Sauerwein. 2009. Metabolic and histological evaluation of quails with or without genetically modified Bt-maize. J. Anim. Sci. 87(E-Suppl 2):390 (Abstr W19).

Scholtz, N., G. Flachowsky, and H. Sauerwein. 2009. Immune response in quail fed with or without genetically modified Bt-maize. J. Anim. Sci. 87(E-Suppl 2):390 (Abstr W20).

Taylor, M.L., B. George, Y. Hyun, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and G. F. Hartnell. 2004. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing insect-protected (MON 88017 or MON 88017 x MON 810), control, or commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 83(Suppl. 1):322. Abstract W39.

Taylor, M.L., B. George, Y. Hyun, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and G.F. Hartnell. 2003. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing insect-protected YieldGard® Plus (MON 810 x MON 863), non-transgenic control, or commercial corn. Poultry Sci. 82(Suppl. 1):65. Abstract 274.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, M.A. Nemeth, S.W. Davis, S.G. Riordan, D.M. Lucas and K.C. Glenn. 2008. Comparison of performance and carcass parameters for broilers fed diets containing corn with single and multiple genetically enhanced traits using a combine study analysis. Poultry Science 87(Supplement 1):95. Abstract MP301.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, M.A. Nemeth, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2001. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing YieldGard® and Roundup Ready® corn, parental lines, or commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):319. Abstract 1321.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, J.D. Astwood, M.A. Nemeth, and B. George. 2002. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing YieldGard® (MON810) x Roundup Ready® (NK603), nontransgenic control, or commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):95. Abstract 405.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, J.D. Astwood, M.A. Nemeth, and B. George. 2002. Comparison of broiler performance when diets containing MON863 (Corn Rootworm Protection), non-transgenic control, or commercial corn. Poultry Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):95. Abstract 406.

Taylor, M.L., G. Hartnell, M. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and B. George. 2005. Comparison of Broiler Performance When Fed Diets Containing Corn Grain with Insect-Protected (Corn Rootworm and European Corn Borer) and Herbicide-Tolerant (Glyphosate) Traits, Control Corn, or Commercial Reference Corn. Poultry Science 84:587-593.

Taylor, M.L., G. Hartnell, M. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and B. George. 2005. Comparison of Broiler Performance When Fed Diets Containing Corn Grain with Insect-Protected (Corn Rootworm and European Corn Borer) and Herbicide-Tolerant (Glyphosate) Traits, Control Corn, or Commercial Reference Corn - Revisited. Poultry Science 84:1893-1899.

Taylor, M., G. Hartnell, M. Nemeth, D. Lucas, and S. Davis. 2007. Comparison of Broiler Performance When Fed Diets Containing Grain from Second-Generation Insect-Protected and Glyphosate-Tolerant, Conventional Control or Commercial Reference Corn. Poult. Sci. 86: 1972-1979.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2003. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing grain from Roundup ready (NK603), YieldGard x Roundup Ready (MON810 x NK603), non-transgenic control, or commercial corn. Poultry Sci. 82:443-453.

Taylor, M.L., G. F. Hartnell, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2003. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing grain from YieldGard® (MON810), YieldGard® x Roundup Ready®(GA21), non-transgenic control, or commercial corn. Poultry Sci. 82:823-830.

Taylor, M.L., Y. Hyun, G.F. Hartnell, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2003. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing grain from YieldGard Rootworm (MON863), YieldGard Plus (MON810 x MON863), nontransgenic control, or commercial reference corn hybrids. Poultry Science 82:1948-1956.

Taylor, M.L., D.M. Lucas, S.W. Davis, M.A. Nemeth, and G.F. Hartnell. 2007. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass parameters when fed diets containing combined trait insect-protected and glyphosate-tolerant corn (MON 89034 × NK603), control, or conventional reference corn. Poult. Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):70-71. (Abstr.)

Taylor, M. D. Lucas, M. Nemeth, S. Davis, and G. Hartnell. 2007. Comparison of Broiler Performance and Carcass Parameters When Fed Diets Containing Combined Trait Insect-Protected and Glyphosate-Tolerant Corn (MON 89034 x NK603), Control, or Conventional Reference Corn. Poult. Sci. 86: 1988-1994.

Tony, M., H. Broll, J. Zagon, I. Halle, F. Farouk, B. Edris, S. Awadalla, K. Bögl, M. Schauzu and G. Flachowsky. 2002. Detection and impact of Bt 176 maize on broiler health and performance. Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 11:197.

Tony, M. A., A. Butschke, H. Broll, J. Zagon, M. Schauzu, I. Halle, S. Dänicke, and G. Flachowsky. 2003. Fate of DNA from isogenic and transgenic (Bt 176) maize after feeding to broilers (Abbau von DNA aus isogenem und transgenem (Bt 176) Mais in Broilern). Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 12:109.

Yonemochi, C., H. Fujisaki, C. Harada, T. Kusama, and M. Hanazumi. 2002. Evaluation of transgenic event CBH 351 (Starlink) corn in broiler chicks. Animal Sci. J. 73:221-228.

POULTRY: Herbicide -Tolerant Corn

Chansawang, S., C. Banchasak, T. Khawnsod, T. Anantachaiyong and T. Poolsawat. 2003. Effect of Roundup Ready Corn NK603 on Growth Performance of Female Broiler Chickens under Greenhouse Conditions. Proceeding of The Sixth National Plant Protection Conference. 24th - 27th Nov 2003, p131, Abstract.

Chansawang, S., S. Tubchareon, C. Banchasak, T. Khawnsod, K. Saardrak, T. Anantachaiyong, and T. Poolsawat. 2003. Effect of Roundup Ready Corn NK603 on Animals: Chicken and Rat that Feeding under Greenhouse Conditions. Proceeding of BioThailand 2003. 17th - 19th July 2003, p142, Abstract.

Gaines, A.M., G.L. Allee, and B.W. Ratliff. 2001. Nutritional evaluation of Bt (MON810) and Roundup Ready ® corn compared with commercial hybrids in broilers. Poult. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):51. Abstract 214.

Jacobs, C.M., P.L. Utterback, C.M. Parsons, B. Smith, M. Hinds, D. Rice, M. Liebergesell, and T. Sauber. 2007. Feeding performance in laying hens fed diets containing DAS-59122-7 maize grain compared with diets containing non-transgenic maize grain. Poult. Sci. 86(Suppl.1):519. (Abstr.)

Leeson, S. 1998. The effect of corn hybrid CBH351 on the growth of male broiler chickens. Http://www.epa.gov/oppbppdl/biopesticides/cry9c/der-44734306a.htm.

Mc Naughton, J.L., M. Roberts, D. Rice, B. Smith, M. Hinds, J. Schmidt, M. Locke, A. Bryant, T. Rood, R. Layton, I. Lamb, and B. Delaney. 2007. Feeding performance in broiler chickens fed diets containing DAS-59122-7 maize grain compared to diets containing non-transgenic maize grain. Anim. Feed Sci. and Tech. 132:227-239.

Mc Naughton, J.L., M. Roberts, B. Smith, D. Rice, M. Hinds, T. Rood, R. Layton, I.Lamb, and B. Delaney. 2008. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass yields when fed diets containing transgenic maize grains from event DP-Ø9814Ø-6 (Optimum GAT), near-isogenic control maize grain, or commercial reference maize grains. Poultry sci. 87:2562-2572.

Sidhu, R.S., B.G. Hammond, R.L. Fuchs, J.N. Mutz, L.R. Holden, B. George and T. Olson. 2000. Glyphosate-Tolerant Corn: The Composition and Feeding Value of Grain from Glyphosate-Tolerant Corn is Equivalent to That of Conventional Corn (Zea Mays L.). J. Agric. Food Chem. 48:2305-2312.

Taylor, M.L., B. George, Y. Hyun, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and G. F. Hartnell. 2004. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing corn with a combination of insect-protected (MON 863, MON 810) and glyphosate-tolerant (NK603) traits, control, and commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 83(Suppl. 1):323. Abstract W40.

Taylor, M.L., B. George, Y. Hyun, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and G. F. Hartnell. 2004. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing insect-protected (MON 88017 or MON 88017 x MON 810), control, or commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 83(Suppl. 1):322. Abstract W39.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, J.D. Astwood, M.A. Nemeth, and B. George. 2002. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing YieldGard® (MON810) x Roundup Ready® (NK603), nontransgenic control, or commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):95. Abstract 405.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, M.A. Nemeth, S.W. Davis, S.G. Riordan, D.M. Lucas and K.C. Glenn. 2008. Comparison of performance and carcass parameters for broilers fed diets containing corn with single and multiple genetically enhanced traits using a combine study analysis. Poultry Science 87(Supplement 1):95. Abstract MP301.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, M.A. Nemeth, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2001. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready® corn event NK603, parental line, or commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):320. Abstract 1323.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, M.A. Nemeth, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2001. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing YieldGard® and Roundup Ready® corn, parental lines, or commercial corn. Poult. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):319. Abstract 1321.

Taylor, M.L., G. Hartnell, M. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and B. George. 2005. Comparison of Broiler Performance When Fed Diets Containing Corn Grain with Insect-Protected (Corn Rootworm and European Corn Borer) and Herbicide-Tolerant (Glyphosate) Traits, Control Corn, or Commercial Reference Corn. Poultry Science 84:587-593.

Taylor, M.L., G. Hartnell, M. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, and B. George. 2005. Comparison of Broiler Performance When Fed Diets Containing Corn Grain with Insect-Protected (Corn Rootworm and European Corn Borer) and Herbicide-Tolerant (Glyphosate) Traits, Control Corn, or Commercial Reference Corn - Revisited. Poultry Science 84:1893-1899.

Taylor, M.L., G.F. Hartnell, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2003. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing grain from Roundup ready (NK603), YieldGard x Roundup Ready (MON810 x NK603), non-transgenic control, or commercial corn. Poultry Sci. 82:443-453.

Taylor, M.L., G. F. Hartnell, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2003. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing grain from YieldGard® (MON810), YieldGard® x Roundup Ready®(GA21), non-transgenic control, or commercial corn. Poultry Sci. 82:823-830.

Taylor, M.L., D.M. Lucas, S.W. Davis, M.A. Nemeth, and G.F. Hartnell. 2007. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass parameters when fed diets containing combined trait insect-protected and glyphosate-tolerant corn (MON 89034 × NK603), control, or conventional reference corn. Poult. Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):70-71. (Abstr.)

Taylor, M. D. Lucas, M. Nemeth, S. Davis, and G. Hartnell. 2007. Comparison of Broiler Performance and Carcass Parameters When Fed Diets Containing Combined Trait Insect-Protected and Glyphosate-Tolerant Corn (MON 89034 x NK603), Control, or Conventional Reference Corn. Poult. Sci. 86: 1988-1994.

POULTRY: Lysine-Enhanced Corn

Taylor, M.L., B. George, Y. Hyun, M.A. Nemeth, K. Karunanandaa, T.T. Lohrmann, and G.F. Hartnell. 2004. Broiler performance and carcass parameters of broiler fed diets containing lysine maize. Poult. Sci. 83(Suppl. 1):315. Abstract W10.

Lucas, D.M., M.L. Taylor, G.F. Hartnell, M.A. Nemeth, K.C. Glenn, S.W. Davis. 2007. Broiler performance and carcass characteristics when fed diets containing Lysine maize (LY038 or LY038 × MON 810), control or conventional reference maize. Poult. Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):71-72. (Abstr.)

Lucas, D.M., M.L. Taylor, G.F. Hartnell, M.A. Nemeth, K.C. Glenn, S.W. Davis. 2007. Broiler performance and carcass characteristics when fed diets containing Lysine maize (LY038 or LY038 × MON 810), control or conventional reference maize. Poult. Sci. 86:2152-2161.

POULTRY: Herbicide - Tolerant Soybeans

Ash, J.A., S.E. Scheideler and C.L. Novak. 2000. The Fate of Genetically Modified Protein from Roundup Ready Soybeans in the Laying Hen. Poultry Sci. 79 (Suppl. 1):26. Abstract 111.

Ash, J., C. Novak, and S.E. Scheideler. 2003. The fate of genetically modified protein from Roundup Ready soybeans in laying hens. J. Appl. Poult. Res. 12:242:245.

Deaville, E.R. and B.C. Maddison. 2005. Detection of transgenic and endogenous plant DNA fragments, in the blood, tissues, and digesta of broilers. J. Agric. Food Chem. 53:10268-10275.

Hammond, B., J. Vicini, G. Hartnell, M.W. Naylor, C.D. Knight, E. Robinson, R. L. Fuchs, and S.R. Padgette et al. 1996. The feeding value of soybeans fed to rats, chickens, catfish and dairy cattle is not altered by genetic incorporation of glyphosate tolerance. J. Nutr. 126: 717-727.

Khumnirdpetch, V., U. Intarachote, S. Treemanee, S. Tragoonroong and S. Thummabood. 2001. Detection of GMOs in the broilers that utilized genetically modified soybean meals as a feed ingredient. Plant & Animal Genome IX Conference, Town & Country Hotel, San Diego, January 13-17, 2001 San Diego, CA (Abstr.)(Poster 585, http://www.intl-pag.org/pag/9/abstracts/P08_38.html)

McNaughton, J.L., M. Roberts, B. Smith, D. Rice, M. Hinds, J. Schmidt, M. Locke, K. Brink, A. Bryant, T. Rood, R. Layton, I. Lamb, and B. Delaney. 2007. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing event DP-356Ø43-5 (Optimum GAT), nontransgenic near-isoline control, or commercial reference soybean meal, hulls, and oil. Poult. Sci.86:2569-2581.

Taylor, M.L., D.M. Lucas, S.W. Davis, M.A. Nemeth, and G.F. Hartnell. 2007. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass parameters when fed diets containing soybean meal produced from glyphosate-tolerant (MON 89788), control or conventional reference soybeans. Poult. Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):71. (Abstr.)

Taylor, M., G. Hartnell, D. Lucas, S. Davis, and M. Nemeth. 2007. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass parameters when fed diets containing soybean meal produced from Glyphosate-tolerant (MON 89788), control, or conventional reference soybeans. Poult. Sci. 86:2608-2614.

POULTRY: Herbicide - Tolerant Canola

Stanisiewski, E.P., M.L. Taylor, G.F. Hartnell, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, B. George, and J.D. Astwood. 2002. Broiler performance when fed Roundup Ready® (event RT73) or conventional canola meal. Poultry Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):95. Abstract 408.

Taylor, M.L., E.P. Stanisiewski, S.G. Riordan, M.A. Nemeth, B. George, and G.F. Hartnell. 2004. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready (Event RT73), nontransgenic control, or commercial canola meal. Poult. Sci. 83:456-461.

POULTRY: Insect - Protected Soybeans

Kan, C.A. and G.F. Hartnell. 2004. Evaluation of broiler performance when fed insect-protected, control, or commercial varieties of dehulled soybean meal. Poultry Science 83:2029-2038.

Kan, C.A., H.A.J. Versteegh, T.G. Uijttengoogaart, H.G.M. Reimert, and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass characteristics when fed B.t., parental control or commercial varieties of dehulled soybean meal. Poult. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):203. Abstract 841.

Kan, C.A., H.A.J. Versteegh, T.G. Uijttengoogaart, H.G.M. Reimert, and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Comparison of broiler performance when fed B.t. parental/isogenic control or commercial varieties of dehulled soybean meal. Proceedings: International Symposium on genetically Modified Crops and Co-products as Feeds for Livestock, pp 19-22. September, Nitra, Slovak Republic.

Kan, C.A., H.A.J. Versteegh, T.G. Uijttengoogaart, H.G.M. Reimert, and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass characteristics when fed B.t., parental control or commercial varieties of dehulled soybean meal. Proceedings 13th European symposium on poultry nutrition, 1-4 October 2001 Blankenberghe Belgium pp 131-132.

POULTRY: High Oleic Acid Soybeans

McNaughton, J.L., M. Roberts, B. Smith, D. Rice, M. Hinds, C. Sanders, R. Layton, I. Lamb, and D. Delaney. 2008. Comparison of broiler performance when fed diets containing event DP-3Ø5423-1, nontransgenic near-isoline control, or commercial reference soybean meal hulls and oil. Poultry Sci. 87:2549-2561.

Meja, L., C.M. Jacobs, P.L. Utterback, C.M. Parsons, D. Rice, C. Sanders, B. Smith, C. Iiams, and T. Sauber. 2010. Evaluation of soybean meal with genetically modified output trait DP-3Ø5423-1 when fed to laying hens. 2010 International Poultry Scientific Forum January 25-26, 2010. Abstract P227. http://www.internationalpoultryexposition.com/ipsf/docs/2010_IPSF_Abstract.pdf (Accessed 26JUL2010).

POULTRY: Insect - Protected Cotton

Elangovan, A., A. Mandal, and T. Johri. 2003. Comparative performance of broilers fed diets containing processed meals of Bt, parental non-Bt line or commercial cotton seeds. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences. 16(1):57-62.

Hamilton,K.A., P.D. Pyla, M. Breeze, T. Olson, M. Li, E. Robinson, S.P. Gallagher, R. Sorbet, and Y.Chen. 2004. Bollgard II cotton: Compositional analysis and feeding studies of cottonseed from insect-protected cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) producing the Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab2 proteins. J. Agric. Food Chem. 52:6969-6976.

Mandal, A.B., A.V. Elangovan, A. Shrivastav, A. Johri, S. Kaur, and T. Johri. 2004. Comparison of Broiler Chicken Performance When Fed Diets Containing Meals of Bollgard® II Hybrid Cotton Containing Cry-x Gene(Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab Gene), Parental Line or Commercial Cotton. British Poultry Science. 45(5):657-663.

POULTRY: Herbicide - Tolerant Wheat

Kan, C.A. and G.F. Hartnell. 2003. Evaluation of broiler performance when fed Roundup Ready® wheat Event MON 71800, control, and commercial wheat varieties. Poultry Sci.82 (Suppl. 1):65. Abstract 275.

Kan, C.A. and G.F. Hartnell. 2004. Evaluation of broiler performance when fed Roundup Ready® wheat (event MON 71800), control, and commercial wheat varieties. Poultry Science 83:1325-1334.

POULTRY: Insect-Protected Potatoes

Halle, I., R.M. E. El Sanhoty, and G. Flachowsky. 2005. Nutritional assessment of GM-Potatoes in broiler feeding (Untersuchung zur Beuteilung des Nährwertes von gentechnisch veränderten Kartoffeln beim Broiler). Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol.14:63.

POULTRY: Methionine-Enhanced Lupin

Ravindran, V., L.M. Tabe, L. Molvig, T.J.V. Higgins, and W.L. Bryden. Online: 2002. Nutritional evaluation of transgenic high-methionine lupins (Lupinus angustifolius) with broiler chickens. J.Sci. Food Agri . 82:280-285.

POULTRY: Phytase - Containing Canola

Zhang, Z.B., E.T. Kornegay, J.S. Radcliffe, D. M. Denbow, H.P. Veit, and C.T. Larson. 2000. Comparison of genetically engineered microbial and plant phytase for young broilers. Poultry Sci. 79:709-717.

SWINE: Insect - Protected Corn

Bressner, G., Y. Hyun, E. Stanisiewski, G. Hartnell and M. Ellis. 2002. A comparison of swine performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready (event NK603) or conventional corn lines. J. Anim. Sci. 80(Suppl. 2):63. Abstract 128.

Bressner, G. E., Y. Hyun, E. P. Stanisiewski, G. F. Hartnell and M. Ellis. 2003. Performance comparison of growing-finishing pigs fed diets containing Corn Root Worm Protected corn (Event MON 863) or conventional corn hybrids. J. Anim. Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):207. Abstract M119.

Custodio, M.G., W.J. Powers, E.Huff-Lonergan, M.A. Faust, and J. Stein. 2004. Growth and carcass characteristics of pigs fed biotechnologically derived and non-biotechnologically derived corn and harvested at different weights. J. Anim. Sci. 82(Suppl. 1):456. Abstract 911.

Custodio, M.G., W.J. Powers, E. Huff-Lonergan, M.A. Faust, and J. Stein. 2006. Growth, pork quality, and excretion characteristics of pigs fed Bt corn or non-transgenic corn. Can. J. Anim. 86:461- 469.

Fischer, R.L., P.S. Miller, Y. Hyun, G.F. Hartnell, and E.P. Stanisiewski. 2003. Comparison of swine performance when fed diets containing corn root worm protected corn, parental line corn, or conventional corn grown during 2000 in Nebraska. J. Anim. Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):207. Abstract M118.

Hyun, Y., G.E. Bressner, R.L. Fischer, P.S. Miller, M. Ellis, B.A. Peterson, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2005. Performance of growing-finishing pigs fed diets containing YieldGard Rootworm corn (MON 863), a nontransgenic genetically similar corn, or conventional corn hybrids. J.Anim. Sci. 83:1581-1590.

Gaines, A.M., G.L. Allee, and B.W. Ratliff. 2001. Swine digestible energy evaluations of Bt (MON810) and Roundup® corn compared with commercial varieties. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 1):109. Abstract 453.

Stein, H.H., D.W. Rice, B.L. Smith, M.A. Hinds, T.E. Sauber, C. Pedersen, D.Wulf, and D.N. Peters. 2007. Evaluation of corn grain with the genetically modified event DAS-59122-7 fed to growing pigs. J.Anim. Sci. 85(Suppl. 10:512-513. (Abstr.)

Stein, H.H., T. E. Sauber , D. W. Rice , M. A. Hinds , B. L. Smith, G. Dana, D. N. Peters, and P. Hunst. 2009. Growth performance and carcass composition of pigs fed corn grain from DASØ15Ø7-1 (Herculex I) hybrids. The Professional Animal Scientist 2:689–694.

Swiatkiewiez, S. and E. Hanczakowska. 2009. The effect of genetically modified components on fattening results and meat quality in pigs. Conference Materials from XXXVIII Scientific Session of the Committee on Animal Science – “Genetically Modified Feeds and Conventional Feeds in Animal Nutrition”. Balice, Poland May 28-29, 2009, P. 93-94.

Mazza, R., M. Soave, M. Morlacchini, G. Piva, and A. Marocco. 2005. Assessing the transfer of genetically modified DNA from feed to animal tissues. Transgenic Research 14:775-784.

Piva, G., M. Morlacchini, A. Pietri, A. Piva, and G. Casadei. 2001. Performance of weaned piglets fed insect-protected (MON 810) or near isogenic corn. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 1):106. Abstract 441.

Piva, G., M. Morlacchini, A. Pietri, F. Rossi, A. Prandini, G. Casadei and G. Cavanna. 2001. Performance of broilers and piglets fed Bt corn. Proceedings: International Symposium on genetically Modified Crops and Co-products as Feeds for Livestock, pp 27-30. September, Nitra, Slovak Republic.

Reuter, T. and K. Aulrich. 2003. Investigations on genetically modified maize (Bt-maize) in pig nutrition: Fate of feed ingested foreign DNA in pig bodies. Eur. Food Res. Technol. 216:185-192. DOI: 10.1007/s00217-002-0642-7

Reuter, T., K. Aulrich, and A. Berk. 2002. Investigations on genetically modified maize (Bt-maize) in pig nutrition:: Fattening Performance and Slaughtering results. Arch. Anim. Nutr. 56: 319-326.

Reuter, T., K. Aulrich, A. Berk and G. Flachowsky. 2001. Nutritional evaluation of Bt-corn in pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 1):260. Abstract 1073.

Reuter, T., K. Aulrich, A. Berk and G. Flachowsky. 2002. Investigations on genetically modified maize (Bt-maize) in pig nutrition: chemical composition and nutritional evaluation. Arch. Anim. Nutr. 56:23-31.

Reuter, T., K. Aulrich, A. Berk and G. Flachowsky. 2001. Nutritional evaluation of Bt-maize in pigs. Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 10:111.

Stein, H.H., T. Sauber, D. Rice, M. Hinds, D. Peters, G. Dana, and P. Hunst. 2004. Comparison of corn grain from biotech and non-biotech counterparts for grow-finish pig performance. J. Anim. Sci. 82(Suppl. 1):328-329. Abstract W65.

Stein, H.H., T.E. Sauber, D.W. Rice, M.A. Hinds, B.L. Smith, G. Dana, D.N. Peters, and P. Hunst. 2009. Growth performance and carcass composition of pigs fed corn grain from DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 (Herculex I) hybrids. The Professional Animal Scientist 25:689-694.

Walsh, M.C., S.G. Buzoianu, G.E. Gardiner, M.C. Rea, R.P. Ross, and P.G. Lawlor. 2010. Short-term feeding of genetically modified Bt maize (MON810) to weanling pigs: Effects on gut microbiota, intestinal morphology and immune status. J. Anim. Sci. 88(E-Suppl. 2):495. Abstract M508.

Weber, T.E. and B.T. Richert. 2001. Grower-finisher growth performance and carcass characteristics including attempts to detect transgenic plant DNA and protein in muscle from pigs fed genetically modified “Bt” corn. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 2)67. Abstract 162.

Weber, T.E., B.T. Richert, D.C. Kendall, K.A. Bowers and C.T. Herr. 2000. Grower-Finisher Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Pigs Fed Genetically Modified “Bt” Corn. Purdue University 2000 Swine Day Report, http://www.ansc.purdue.edu/swine/swineday/sday00/psd07-2000.html.

SWINE: Herbicide - Tolerant Corn

Böhme, H., K. Aulrich, R. Daenicke and G. Flachowsky. 2001. Genetically modified feeds in animal nutrition 2nd communication: Glufosinate tolerant sugar beets (roots and silage) and maize grains for ruminants and pigs. Arch Anim. Nutr. 54:197-207.

Bressner, G., Y. Hyun, E. Stanisiewski, G. Hartnell and M. Ellis. 2002. A comparison of swine performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready (event NK603) or conventional corn lines. J. Anim. Sci. 80(Suppl. 2):63. Abstract 128.

Fischer, R.L., A.J. Lewis and P.S. Miller. 2002. Comparison of swine performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready corn, parental line corn, or two commercial corns. 2002 Nebraska Swine Report. P. 7-11.

Fischer, R.L., A.J. Lewis, P.S. Miller, E. P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2002. Comparison of swine performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready® corn (event NK603), control, or conventional corn grown during 2000 in Nebraska. J. Anim. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):224. Abstract 894.

Gaines, A.M., G.L. Allee, and B.W. Ratliff. 2001. Swine digestible energy evaluations of Bt (MON810) and Roundup® corn compared with commercial varieties. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 1):109. Abstract 453.

Hyun, Y., G.E. Bressner, M.Ellis, A.J. Lewis, R. Fischer, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2004. Performance of growing-finishing pigs fed diets containing Roundup Ready corn (event nk603), a nontransgenic genetically similar corn, or conventional corn lines. J. Anim. Sci. 82:571-580.

Stein, H.H., D.W. Rice, B.L. Smith, M.A> Hinds, T.E. Sauber, C. Pedersen, D.Wulf, and D.N. Peters. 2007. Evaluation of corn grain with the genetically modified event DAS-59122-7 fed to growing pigs. J.Anim. Sci. 85(Suppl. 10:512-513. (Abstr.)

Reuter, T. and K. Aulrich. 2003. Investigations on genetically modified maize (Bt-Maize) in pig nutrition: fate of feed-ingested foreign DNA in pig bodies. Eur Food Res. Technol. 216:185-192.

Reuter, T., K. Aulrich, A. Berk, and G. Flachowsky. 2002. Investigations on genetically modified maize (Bt-maize) in pig nutrition: Chemical composition and nutritional evaluation. Arch. Anim. Nutr. 56:23-31.

Stanisiewski, E.P., G.F. Hartnell, and D.R. Cook. 2001. Comparison of swine performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready® corn (GA21), parental line or conventional corn. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 1):319-320. Abstract 1322.

SWINE: Herbicide - Tolerant Soybeans

Cromwell, G.L., M.D. Lindemann, J.H. Randolph, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Soybean meal from Roundup Ready® or conventional soybeans in diets for growing-finishing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 1):318-319. Abstract 1318.

Cromwell, G.L., M.D. Lindemann, J.H. Randolph, G.R. Parker, R.D. Coffey, K.M. Laurent, C.L. Armstrong, W.B. Mikel, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2002. Soybean meal from Roundup Ready or conventional soybeans in diets for growing-finishing swine. J. Anim. Sci. 80:708-715.

Swiatkiewiez, S. and E. Hanczakowska. 2009. The effect of genetically modified components on fattening results and meat quality in pigs. Conference Materials from XXXVIII Scientific Session of the Committee on Animal Science – “Genetically Modified Feeds and Conventional Feeds in Animal Nutrition”. Balice, Poland May 28-29, 2009, P. 93-94.

SWINE: Herbicide - Tolerant Sugar Beets

Böhme, H. and K. Aulrich. 1999. Inhaltsstoffe und Verdaulichkeit von transgenen Zuckerrben bzw. Krnermais im Vergleich zu den isogenen Sorten beim Schwein. (Ingredients and digestibility of transgenic sugar beets and corn in comparision to the isogenic varieties in the case of pigs). VDLUFA Conference Proceedings 1999, 111th VDLUFA Conference, 13-17 September 1999, Halle/Saale, pp. 289-292.

Böhme, H., K. Aulrich, R. Daenicke and G. Flachowsky. 2001. Genetically modified feeds in animal nutrition 2nd communication: Glufosinate tolerant sugar beets (roots and silage) and maize grains for ruminants and pigs. Arch Anim. Nutr. 54:197-207.

SWINE: Herbicide - Tolerant Wheat

Peterson, B.A., Y. Hyun, E.P. Stanisiewski, G.F. Hartnell, and M. Ellis. 2003. A comparison of swine performance when fed diets containing Roundup Ready® wheat (event MON 71800) and conventional wheat varieties. J. Anim. Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):207-208. Abstract M120.

Peterson, B.A., Y. Hyun, E. P. Stanisiewski, G. F. Hartnell, and M. Ellis. 2008. Performance of growing-finishing pigs fed diets containing Roundup Ready wheat (MON 71800), a non-transgenic genetically similar wheat, or conventional wheat varieties. Animal 2 (11):1602-1609.

SWINE: Herbicide - Tolerant Canola

Aalhus, J.L., M.E.R. Dugan, K.A. Lien, I.L. Larsen, F. Costello, D.C. Roland, D.R. Best and R.D. Thacker. 2003. Effects of feeding glyphosate-tolerant canola meal on swine growth, carcass composition and meat quality. J. Anim. Sci. 81:3267 (Abstract).

Caine, W.R., J.L. Aalhus, M.E.R. Dugan, K.A. Lien, I.L. Larsen, F. Costello, T.A. McAllister, K. Stanford, and R. Sharma. 2007. Growth performance, carcass characteristics and pork quality of pigs fed diets containing meal from conventional or glyphosate-tolerant canola. Can. J. Anim. Sci. 87:517-526.

SWINE: Phytase - Containing Canola

Zhang, Z.B., E.T. Kornegay, J.S. Radcliffe, J.H. Wilson, and H.P. Veit. 2000. Comparison of genetically engineered microbial and plant phytase for young pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 78:2868-2878.

SWINE: Herbicide - Tolerant Rice

Cromwell, G.L., B.J. Henry, and D.W. Fletcher. 2004. Herbicide-tolerant rice versus conventional rice in diets for growing-finishing pigs. J.Anim. Sci. 82(Suppl. 1):329. Abstract W67.

Cromwell, G.L., B.J. Henry, A.L. Scott, M.F. Gerngross, D.L. Dusek and D. W. Fletcher. 2005. Glufosinate herbicide-tolerant (LibertyLink) rice vs. conventional rice in diets for growing-finishing swine. J.Anim. Sci. 83:1068-1074.

SWINE: Corn containing Glutamate Dehydrogenase (gdhA) Gene

Apgar, G.A. T.A. Guthrie, K.S. Griswold, M.P. Martin, J.S. Radcliffe, and M. D. Lindemann. 2004. Nutritional value of a corn containing a glutamate dehydrogenase gene for growing pigs. J.Anim. Sci. 82(Suppl. 1):456-457. Abstract 912.

Beagle, J.M., G.A. Apgar, K.L. Jones, K.E. Griswold, X. Qiu, and M.P. Martin. 2004. The digestive fate of the gdh A transgene in corn diets fed to weanling swine. J. Anim. Sci. 82(Suppl. 1):457. Abstract 913.

Beagle, J.M., G.A. Apgar, K.L. Jones, K.E. Griswold, J.S. Radcliffe, X. Qiu, D.A. Lightfoot, and M.J. Iqbal. 2006. The digestive fate of Escherichia coli glutamate dehydrogenase deoxyribonucleic acid from transgenic corn in diets fed to weanling pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 84:597-607.

Guthrie, T.A., G.A. Apgar, K.E. Griswold, M.D. Lindemann, J.S. Radcliffe, and B.N. Jacobson. 2004. Nutritional value of a corn containing a glutamate dehydrogenase gene for growing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 82:1693-1698.

Qiu, X. G.A. Apgar, K.E. Griswold, J.M. Beagle, M.P. Martin, K.L. Jones, M.J. Iqbal, and D.A. Lightfoot. 2004. Digestive fate of a gdhA gene from a genetically modified corn fed to growing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 82(Suppl. 1):329. Abstract W66.

SWINE: Potato containing 1-SST (sucrose:sucrose 1-fructosyltransferase) and 1-FFT (fructan:fructan 1-fructosyltransferase) genes of globe artichoke, Cynara scolymus

Böhme, H., B. Hommel, and G. Flachowsky. 2005. Nutritional assessment of silage from transgenic inulin synthesizing potatoes for pigs. J Animal and Feed Sci. 14(Suppl. 1):333-336.

CATFISH: Herbicide -Tolerant Soybeans

Hammond, B., J. Vicini, G. Hartnell, M.W. Naylor, C.D. Knight, E. Robinson, R. L. Fuchs, and S.R. Padgette et al. 1996. The feeding value of soybeans fed to rats, chickens, catfish and dairy cattle is not altered by genetic incorporation of glyphosate tolerance. J. Nutr. 126: 717-727.

CATFISH: Insect-Protected Cotton

Hamilton, K.A., P.D. Pyla, M. Breeze, T. Olson, M. Li, E. Robinson, S.P. Gallagher, R. Sorbet, and Y.Chen. 2004. Bollgard II cotton: Compositional analysis and feeding studies of cottonseed from insect-protected cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) producing the Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab2 proteins. J. Agric. Food Chem. 52:6969-6976.

Li, M.H., G.F. Hartnell, E.H. Robinson, J.M. Kronenberg, C.E. Healy, D.F. Oberle, and J.R. Hoberg. 2008. Evaluation of cottonseed meal derived from genetically modified cotton as feed ingredients for channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus. Aquaculture Nutrition 14:490-498.

CATFISH: Herbicide-Tolerant Cotton

Li, M.H., G.F. Hartnell, E.H. Robinson, J.M. Kronenberg, C.E. Healy, D.F. Oberle, and J.R. Hoberg. 2008. Evaluation of cottonseed meal derived from genetically modified cotton as feed ingredients for channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus. Aquaculture Nutrition 14:490-498.

TROUT: Herbicide -Tolerant Soybeans

Chainark, P., S. Satoh, I. Hirono, T. Aoki, and M. Endo. 2008. Availability of genetically modified feed ingredient: investigations of ingested foreign DNA in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss. Fisheries science 74:380-390.

Chainark, P., S. Satoh, T. Hino, V. Kiron, I. Hirono, and T. Aoki. 2006. Availability of genetically modified soybean meal in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss diets. Fisheries Science 72:1072-1078.

TROUT: Herbicide -Tolerant Canola

Brown, P.B., K.A. Wilson, Y. Yonker, and T.E. Nickson. 2003. Glyphosate tolerant canola meal is equivalent to the parental line in diets fed to rainbow trout. J. Agric. Food Chem 51:4268-4272.

MARINE FISH: Methionine-Enhanced Lupin

Glencross, B., J. Curnow, W. Hawkins, G.W.M. Kissil, and D. Peterson. 2003. Evaluation of the feed value of a transgenic strain of the narrow-leaf lupin (Lupinus angustifolius) in the diet of the marine fish, Pagrus auratus. Aquaculture Nutrition, 9:197-206.

MARINE FISH: Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans

Bakke-McKellep, A.M., E.O. Koppang, G. Gunnes, M. Sanden, G-I. Hemre, T. Landsverk, and A. Krogdahl. 2007. Histological, digestive, metabolic, hormonal and some immune factor responses in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., fed genetically modified soybeans. J of Fish Diseases 30:65-79.

Bakke-McKellep AM, M. Sanden, A. Danieli, R. Acierno, G-I Hemre, M. Maffia, and Å Krogdahl. 2008. Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) parr fed genetically modified soybeans and maize: histological, digestive, metabolic, and immunological investigations. Research in Veterinary Science 84, 395-408.

Frøystad, M.K., E. Lilleeng, A.M. Bakke-McKellep, K. Vekterud, G.-I. Hemre, and Å. Krogdahl. 2008. Gene expression in distal intestine of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) fed genetically modified soybean meal. Aquaculture Nutrition 14:204-214.

Hemre, G. -I., M. Sanden, A.M. Bakke-McKellep, A. Sagstad, and. A. Krogdahl. 2005. Growth, feed utilization and health of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. fed genetically modified compared to non-modified commercial hybrid soybeans. Aquaculture Nutrition 11(3):157-167.

Sagstad, A., M. Sanden, A. Krogdahl, A.M. Bakke-McKellep, M. Froystad, and G-I Hemre. 2008. Organs development, gene expression and health of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) fed genetically modified soybeans compared to the near-isogenic non-modified parental line. Aquaculture Nutrition 14(6):556-572.

Sanden, M., M.H.G. Berntssen, A. Krogdahl, G-I. Herme, and A-M. McKellep. 2005. An examination of the intestinal tract of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., parr fed different varieties of soy and maize. J of Fish Diseases 28:317-330.

Sanden M, A. Krogdahl, A.M. Bakke-McKellep, R.K. Buddington, and G-I Hemre. 2006. Growth, organ development and function of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L. parr fed genetically modified (GM) soybeans and maize. Aquaculture Nutrition 12: 1-14.

Sissener, N.H., M. Sanden, A.M. Bakke, Å. Krogdahl, and G.-I. Hemre. 2009. A long term trial with Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) fed genetically modified soy; focusing general health and performance before, during and after the parr-smolt transformation. Aquaculture 294:108-117.

MARINE FISH: Insect-Protected Maize

Bakke-McKellep AM, M. Sanden, A. Danieli, R. Acierno, G-I Hemre, M. Maffia, and Å Krogdahl. 2008. Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) parr fed genetically modified soybeans and maize: histological, digestive, metabolic, and immunological investigations. Research in Veterinary Science 84, 395-408.

Frøystad-Saugen, M.K., E. Lilleeng, A.M. Bakke-McKellep, K. Vekterud, E.C. Valen, G.-I. Hemre, and Å. Krogdahl. 2009. Distal intestinal gene expression in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) fed genetically modified maize. Aquaculture Nutrition 15:104-115.

Hemre, G.-I., A. Sagstad, A.M. Bakke-McKellep, A. Danieli, R. Acierno, M. Maffia, M. Frøystad, Å. Krogdahl, and M. Sanden. 2007. Nutritional, physiological, and histological responses in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L. fed diets with genetically modified maize. Aquaculture Nutrition 13: 186-199.

Sanden, M., M.H.G. Berntssen, A. Krogdahl, G-I. Herme, and A-M. McKellep. 2005. An examination of the intestinal tract of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., parr fed different varieties of soy and maize. J of Fish Diseases 28:317-330.

Sanden M, A. Krogdahl, A.M. Bakke-McKellep, R.K. Buddington, and G-I Hemre. 2006 Growth, organ development and function of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L. parr fed genetically modified (GM) soybeans and maize. Aquaculture Nutrition 12: 1-14.

Sagstad, A., M. Sanden, O. Haugland, A-C. Hansen, P.A. Olsvik, and G-I Hemre. 2007. Evaluation of stress- and immune-response biomarkers in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, L., fed diferent levels of genetically modified maize (Bt maize), compared with its near-isogenic parental line and a commercial suprex maize. Journal of Fish Diseases 30:201-212.

BEEF: Insect - Protected Corn

Berger, L.L., N.D. Robbins, J.R. Sewell, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2003. Effect of feeding diets containing corn grain with corn rootworm protection (event MON863), control, or conventional varieties on steer feedlot performance and carcass characteristics. J. Anim. Sci. 81(Suppl. 1):214. Abstract M150.

Böhme, H., K. Aulrich, R. Daenicke and G. Flachowsky. 2001. Genetically modified feeds in animal nutrition 2nd communication: Glufosinate tolerant sugar beets (roots and silage) and maize grains for ruminants and pigs. Arch Anim. Nutr. 54:197-207.

Daenicke, R., D. Gädeken and K. Aulrich. 1999. Einsatz von Silomais herkömmlicher Sorten und der gentechnisch veränderten Bt Hybriden in der Rinderftterung - Mastrinder - Tagungsband des. 12, Maiskolloquiums am 27./28.03.1999 in Wittenberg . 40-42. Wittenberg, Deutchland.

Daenicke, R., K. Aulrich and G. Flachowsky. 1999. GMO in animal feedstuffs: Nutritional properties of Bt-maize unaffected. Mais, September 1999, pp. 135-137.

Folmer, J.D. G.E. Erickson, C.T. Milton, T.J. Klopfenstein and J.F. Beck. 2000. Utilization of Bt corn residue and corn silage for growing beef steers. J. Animal Sci. 78 (Suppl. 2):85 Abstract 271.

Folmer, J.D., R.J. Grant, C.T. Milton and J. Beck. 2002. Utilization of Bt corn residues by grazing beef steers and Bt corn silage and grain by growing beef cattle and lactating dairy cows. J. Anim. Sci. 80:1352-1361.

Hendrix, K.S., A.T. Petty, and D.L. Lofgren. 2000. Feeding value of whole plant silage and crop residues from Bt or normal corns. J. Anim. Sci. 78(Suppl.1):273 Abstract 1146.

Huls, T.J., G.E. Erickson, T.J. Klopfenstein, M.K. Luebbe, K.J. Vander Pol, D.W. Rice, B.L. Smith, M.A. Hinds, F.N. Owens, and M.K. Liebergesell. 2007. Effect of feeding das-59122-7 corn grain and non-transgenic corn grain to finishing steers. J.Anim. Sci. 85:(Suppl. 1):172. (Abstr.)

Kerley, M.S., E.E.D. Felton, J.W. Lehmkuhler and R. Shillito. 2001. Bt corn that is genetically modified to prevent insect damage is equal to conventional corn in feeding value for beef cattle. J.Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 2):98. Abstract 301.

Petty, A.T., K.S. Hendrix, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Feeding value of Bt corn grain compared with its parental hybrid when fed in beef cattle finishing diets. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 2):102. Abstract 320.

Russell, J. and T. Peterson. 1999. Bt corn and non-Bt corn crop residues equal in grazing value. Extension News, June 30, 1999. Iowa State University Extension, Ames.

Russell, J.R., M.J. Hersom, M.M. Haan, M.L. Kruse and D.G. Morrical. 2001. Effects of grazing crop residues from Bt-corn hybrids on pregnant beef cows. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 2):98. Abstract 300.

Russell, J.R., M.J. Hersom, A. Pugh, K. Barrett and D. Farnham. 2000. Effects of grazing crop residues from bt-corn hybrids on the performance of gestating beef cows. J. Anim. Sci. 78 (Suppl. 2):79-80 Abstract 244.

Russell, J.R., D. Farnham, R.K. Berryman, M.J. Hersom, A. Pugh and K. Barrett. 2000. Nutritive value of the crop residues from bt-corn hybrids and their effects on performance of grazing beef cows. 2000 Beef Research Report -Iowa State University. p 56-61.

Sindt, J., J. Drouillard, E. Loe, T. Kessen, M. Sulpizio, S. Montgomery, D. Rice, M. Hinds, B. Smith, F. Owens, G. Dana, and P. Hunst. 2007. Effect of corn containing the Cry1F protein on performance of beef heifers fed a finishing diet based on steam-flaked corn. The Professional Animal scientist 23:632-636.

Vander Pol, K.J., G.E. Erickson, C.N. Macken, M.P. Blackford, T.J. Klopfenstein, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2002. Effect of corn root worm protected corn (event MON863) on performance in beef feedlot diets. J. Anim. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):46. Abstract 180.

Vander Pol, K.J., G. E. Erickson, N. D. Robbins, L. L. Berger, C. B.Wilson, T. J. Klopfenstein, E. P. Stanisiewski, and G. F. Hartnell. 2005. Effects of grazing residues or feeding corn from a corn rootworm-protected hybrid (MON 863) compared with reference hybrids on animal performance and carcass characteristics. J. Anim Sci. 83:2826-2834.

Vander Pol, K., J. Simon, G. Erickson, T. Klopfenstein, E. Stanisiewski, and G. Hartnell. 2003. Feeding transgenic (Bt corn rootworm protected and Roundup Ready®) corn to feedlot cattle. Neb. Beef Rep. MP 80-A:30-32.

Wilson, C.B., C.N. Macken. G.E. Erickson, T.J. Klopfenstein, and E. Stanisiewski. 2003. Utilization of genetically enhanced corn residue for grazing. J. Anim. Sci. 81(Suppl. 2):83. Abstract 335.

Wilson, C.B., C.N. Macken. G.E. Erickson, T.J. Klopfenstein, and E. Stanisiewski. 2003. Utilization of genetically enhanced corn residue on grazing steer performance. 2003 Nebraska Beef Report, pages 18-19.

BEEF: Herbicide -Tolerant Corn

Berger, L.L., N.D. Robbins and E.P. Stanisiewski. 2002. Effect of feeding diets containing corn grain with Roundup (event GA21 or NK603), control, or conventional varieties on steer feedlot performance and carcass characteristics. J. Anim. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):270. Abstract 1080.

Erickson, G.E., N.D. Robbins, J.J. Simon, L.L. Berger, T.J. Klopfenstein, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2003. Effect of feeding glyphosate-tolerant (Roundup-Ready events GA21 or nk603) corn compared with reference hybrids on feedlot steer performance and carcass characteristics. J. Anim. Sci.81:2600-2608.

Huls, T.J., G.E. Erickson, T.J. Klopfenstein, M.K. Luebbe, K.J. Vander Pol, D.W. Rice, B.L. Smith, M.A. Hinds, F.N. Owens, and M.K. Liebergesell. 2007. Effect of feeding das-59122-7 corn grain and non-transgenic corn grain to finishing steers. J.Anim. Sci. 85:(Suppl. 1):172. (Abstr.)

Petty, A.T., K.S. Hendrix, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Performance of beef cattle fed Roundup Ready corn harvested as whole plant silage or grain. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 2):102. Abstract 321.

Simon, J.J., K.J. Vander Pol, G.E. Erickson, T.J. Klopfenstein, C.N. Macken, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2002. Effect of Roundup Ready® corn (event NK603) on performance in beef feedlot diets. J. Anim. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):46. Abstract 179.

Wilson, C.B., C.N. Macken. G.E. Erickson, T.J. Klopfenstein, and E. Stanisiewski. 2003. Utilization of genetically enhanced corn residue for grazing. J. Anim. Sci. 81(Suppl. 2):107. Abstract 335.

Wilson, C.B., C.N. Macken. G.E. Erickson, T.J. Klopfenstein, and E. Stanisiewski. 2003. Utilization of genetically enhanced corn residue on grazing steer performance. 2003 Nebraska Beef Report, pages 18-19.

DAIRY COWS: Insect - Protected Corn

Barrière, Y., R.Vérité, P. Brunschwig, F. Surault, and J.C. Emile. 2001. Feeding value of silage maize estimated with sheep and dairy cows is not altered by genetic incorporation of Bt 176 resistance to Ostrinia nubilalis. J. Dairy Sci. 84:1863-1871.

Brouk, M., B. Cvetkovic, D. Rice, B. Smith, M. Hinds, F. Owens, and T. Sauber. 2008. Performance of lactating dairy cows fed corn as whole plant silage and grain produced from a genetically modified event DAS-59122-7 or a nontransgenic, near isoline control. J Anim. Sci, (Sectional Meeting Abstracts) 86(e-Suppl. 3):89 Abstract 276.

Calsamiglia, S., B. Hernandez, G.F. Hartnell, and R.H. Phipps. 2003. Effects of feeding corn silage produced from corn containing MON810 and GA21 genes on feed intake, milk production and composition in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):62. Abstract 247.

Calsamiglia, S., B. Hernandez, G.F. Hartnell, and R. Phipps. 2007. Effects of corn silage derived from a genetically modified variety containing two transgenes on feed intake, milk production, and composition, and the absence of detectable transgenic deoxyribonucleic acid in milk in Holstein dairy cows. J Dairy Sci 90: 4718-4723.

Donkin, S.S., J.C. Velez, A.K. Totten, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2003. Effects of feeding silage and grain from glyphosate-tolerant or insect-protected corn hybrids on feed intake, ruminal digestion, and milk composition in dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 86:1780-1788.

Faust, M. and L. Miller. 1997. Study finds no Bt in milk. IC-478. Fall Special Livestock Edition. pp 6-7. Iowa State University Extension, Ames, Iowa.

Faust , M.A., B. Smith, M. Hinds, and G. Dana. 2003. Dairy cattle performance, health, and milk composition when fed silage and grain fron Bt (Cry1F) and near-isogenic control hybrids. J. Dairy Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):61-62. Abstract 246.

Faust, M.A., B. Smith, D. Rice, F. Owens, M. Hinds, G. Dana, and P. Hunst. 2007. Performance of lactating dairy cows fed silage and grain from a maize hybrid with the Cry1F trait versus its nonbiotech counterpart. J. Dairy Sci. 90:5706-5713.

Folmer, J., R. Grant and J. Beck. 2001. Use of Bt corn silage and grain by lactating dairy cows. 2001-2002 Nebraska Dairy Report, University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension MP78-A, p. 13-17.

Folmer, J.D., R.J. Grant, C.T. Milton and J.F. Beck. 2000. Effect of Bt corn silage on short-term lactational performance and ruminal fermentation in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 83 (5):1182 Abstract 272.

Folmer, J.D., R.J. Grant, C.T. Milton and J. Beck. 2002. Utilization of Bt corn residues by grazing beef steers and Bt corn silage and grain by growing beef cattle and lactating dairy cows. J. Anim. Sci. 80:1352-1361.

Grant, R.J., K. C Fanning, D. Kleinschmit, E. P. Stanisiewski, and G. F. Hartnell. 2003. Influence of glyphosate-tolerant (event nk603) and corn root worm protected (event MON863) corn silage and grain on feed consumption and milk production in Holstein cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 86:1707-1715.

Guertler, P., V. Paul, K. Steinke, S. Wiedemann, W. Preiβinger, C. Albrecht, H. Spiekers, F. Schwarz, and H.H.D.Meyer. 2010. Long-term feeding of genetically modified corn (MON810) – Fate of cry1Ab DNA and recombinant protein during the metabolism of the dairy cow. Livestock Science 131:250-259.

Lutz, B. S. Wiedemann, R. Einspanier, J. Mayer, and C. Albrecht. 2005. Degradation of Cry1Ab protein from genetically modified maize in the bovine gastrointestinal tract. J. Agr. Food Chem. 53:1453-1456.

Mayer, J. and K. Rutzmoser. 1999. Einsatz von Silomais herkömmlicher sorten und der gentechnisch veränderten Bt-hybriden in der Rinderfütterung: - bei Milchkühen. 12 Maiskilloquium, pp.36-39.

Phipps, R.H., E.R. Deaville, and B.C. Maddison. 2003. Detection of transgenic and endogenous plant DNA in rumen fluid, duodenal digesta, milk, blood, and feces of lactating dairy cows. J.Dairy Sci. 86:4070-4078.

Rutzmoser, K., J. Meyer and A. Obermaier. 1999. Verfütterung von Silomais der Sorten “Pactol” und “Pactol CB” (gentechnisch veränderte Bt-Hybride) an Milchkühe. Bodenkultur und Pflanzenbau, Schriftenreihe der Bayer. Landesanstalt für Bodenkultur und Pflanzenbau 3:25-34.

Sung, H.G., D.Y. Li, S.Y. Lee, S.S. Lee, N.J. Choi, J.Y. Ko, and J.K. Ha. 2004. Comparison between normal and genetically modified corn in their effects on rumen fermentation. Proc. 11th AAAP Congress 2004 Vol. 3:271-273.

Furgal-Dierzuk, I. and J. Strzetelski. 2009. Rumen degradability of genetically modified corn and soybean. Conference Materials from XXXVIII Scientific Session of the Committee on Animal Science – “Genetically Modified Feeds and Conventional Feeds in Animal Nutrition”. Balice, Poland May 28-29, 2009, P. 172.

Yonemochi, C. T. Ikeda, C. Harada, T. Kusama, and M.Hanazum. 2003. Influence of transgenic corn (CBH 351, named Starlink) on health condition of dairy cows and transfer of Cry9C protein and cry9c gene to milk, blood, liver and muscle. Animal Sci. J. 74:81-88.

Steinke, K., V. Paul, P. Gürtler, W. Preiβinger, S. Wiedemann, C. Albrecht, H. Spiekers, H.H.D. Meyer, and F.J. Schwarz. 2009. Effects of long-term feeding of genetically modified maize (Bt-maize, MON 810) on dairy cows. Book of Abstracts of the 60th Annual Meeting of the European Association for Animal production, Book of Abstract No. 15 (2009), Barcelona, Spain, 24-27August 2009, P.349.

Paul, V., P. Guertler, S. Wiedemann, and H.H.D. Meyer. 2009. Degradation of Cry1Ab protein from genetically modified maize (MON810) in relation to total dietary feed proteins in dairy cow digestion. Transgenic Res. (published online: 04 November 2009) DOI 10.1007/s11248-009-9339-z.

DAIRY COWS: Herbicide - Tolerant Corn

Calsamiglia, S., B. Hernandez, G.F. Hartnell, and R.H. Phipps. 2003. Effects of feeding corn silage produced from corn containing MON810 and GA21 genes on feed intake, milk production and composition in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):62. Abstract 247.

Calsamiglia, S., B. Hernandez, G.F. Hartnell, and R. Phipps. 2007. Effects of corn silage derived from a genetically modified variety containing two transgenes on feed intake, milk production, and composition, and the absence of detectable transgenic deoxyribonucleic acid in milk in Holstein dairy cows. J Dairy Sci 90: 4718-4723.

Chrenková, M., Z. Čerešňáková, A. Sommer, Z. Ulrichová, and R. Žitňan. 2002. In sacco nutrient degradability of RR maize corn. Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 11:194.

Donkin, S.S., J.C. Velez, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2000. Effect of feeding Roundup Ready corn silage and grain on feed intake, milk production and milk composition in lactating dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 83 (Suppl 1):273 Abstract 1144.

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onkin, S.S., J.C. Velez, A.K. Totten, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2003. Effects of feeding silage and grain from glyphosate-tolerant or insect-protected corn hybrids on feed intake, ruminal digestion, and milk composition in dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 86:1780-1788.

Grant, R.J., D. Kleinschmit, A.L. Sparks, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2002. Influence of glyphosate tolerant (trait NK603) corn silage and grain on feed consumption and milk production in Holstein dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 85(Suppl. 1):384. Abstract 1540.

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rant, R.J., K. C Fanning, D. Kleinschmit, E. P. Stanisiewski, and G. F. Hartnell. 2003. Influence of glyphosate-tolerant (event nk603) and corn rootworm protected (event MON863) corn silage and grain on feed consumption and milk production in Holstein cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 86:1707-1715.

Ipharraguerre, I.R., R.S. Younker, J.H. Clark, E.P. Stanisiewski, and G.F. Hartnell. 2002. Performance of lactating dairy cows fed glyphosate-tolerant corn (event NK603). J. Dairy Sci. 85(Suppl. 1):358. Abstract 1435.

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pharraguerre, I.R., R.S. Younker, J.H. Clark, E.P. Stanisiewski and G.F. Hartnell. 2003. Performance of lactating dairy cows fed corn as whole plant silage and grain produced from a glyphosate-tolerant hybrid (event NK603). J. Dairy Sci. 86:1734-1741.

Phipps, R.H; A.K. Jones, A.P. Tingey, and S. Abeyasekera. 2005. Effect of corn silage from an herbicide-tolerant genetically modified variety on milk production and absence of transgenic DNA in milk. J. Dairy Sci. 88(8):2870-2878.

DAIRY COWS: Herbicide - Tolerant Soybeans

Hammond, B., J. Vicini, G. Hartnell, M.W. Naylor, C.D. Knight, E. Robinson, R. L. Fuchs, and S.R. Padgette et al. 1996. The feeding value of soybeans fed to rats, chickens, catfish and dairy cattle is not altered by genetic incorporation of glyphosate tolerance. J. Nutr. 126: 717-727.

Phipps, R.H. and D.E. Beever. 2001. Detection of transgenic DNA in milk from cows receiving herbicide tolerant (CP4 epsps) soybean meal. Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Animal Production, p. 142, August, Budapest, Hungary.

Phipps, R.H., E.R. Deaville, and B.C. Maddison. 2003. Detection of transgenic and endogenous plant DNA in rumen fluid, duodenal digesta, milk, blood, and feces of lactating dairy cows. J.Dairy Sci. 86:4070-4078.

Furgal-Dierzuk, I. and J. Strzetelski. 2009. Rumen degradability of genetically modified corn and soybean. Conference Materials from XXXVIII Scientific Session of the Committee on Animal Science – “Genetically Modified Feeds and Conventional Feeds in Animal Nutrition”. Balice, Poland May 28-29, 2009, P. 172.

DAIRY COWS: Insect - Protected Cotton

Castillo, A.R., M.R. Gallardo, M. Maciel, J.M. Giordano, G.A. Conti, M.C. Gaggiotti, O. Quaino, C. Giani, and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Effect of feeding dairy cows with cottonseeds containing BollGard® and Roundup Ready® genes or control non-transgenic cottonseeds on feed intake, milk yield and milk composition. J. Dairy Sci. 84(Suppl. 1)413. Abstract 1713.

Castillo, A.R., M.R. Gallardo, M. Maciel, J.M. Giordano, G.A. Conti, M.C. Gaggiotti, O. Quaino, C. Gianni, and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Effect of feeding dairy cows with either BollGard®, BollGard II®, Roundup Ready® or control cottonseeds on feed intake, milk yield and milk composition. J. Dairy Sci. 84(Suppl. 1)413. Abstract 1712.

Castillo, A.R., M.R. Gallardo, M. Maciel, J. M. Giordano, G.A.Conti, M.C. Gaggiotti, O. Quaino, C. Gianni, and G.F. Hartnell. 2004. Effects of feeding rations with genetically modified whole cottonseed to lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1778-1785.

Hamilton,K.A., P.D. Pyla, M. Breeze, T. Olson, M. Li, E. Robinson, S.P. Gallagher, R. Sorbet, and Y.Chen. 2004. Bollgard II cotton: Compositional analysis and feeding studies of cottonseed from insect-protected cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) producing the Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab2 proteins. J. Agric. Food Chem. 52:6969-6976.

Kumar, R.S. and K.K. Singhal. 2004. Chemical composition and nutritional evaluation of transgenic cotton for ruminants. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 74(8):868-871.

Mohanta, R.K., K.K. Singhal, A.K. Tyagi, Y.S. Rajput, and S. Prasad. 2009. Nutritional evaluation of transgenic cottonseed in the ration of lactating dairy cows. Trop. Anim. Health. Prod. DOI 10.10.1007/s/11250-009-9439-z (published online: 24 August 2009)

Sharma, M.C. 2006. Feeding studies of transgenic Bt cotton seed of JKAL event 1 containing cry1Ac gene in lactating crossbred dairy cows. cera-gmc.org/docs/decdocs/09-057-008.pdf (Accessed 15APR2010)

Singhal, K., S. Kumar, A.K. Tyagi, and Y. S. Rajput. 2006. Evaluation of Bt cottonseed as a protein supplement in the ration of lactating dairy cows. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 76:532-537.

Singhal, K.K., A.K. Tyagi, Y.S. Rajput, M. Singh, T. Perez, and G.F. Hartnell. 2006. Effect of feeding cottonseed produced from Bollgard II® cotton on feed intake, milk production, and milk composition in lactating crossbred cows. XIIth Animal Science Congress 2006 Congress Proceedings – Abstracts, P.757.

DAIRY COWS: Herbicide - Tolerant Cotton

Castillo, A.R., M.R. Gallardo, M. Maciel, J.M. Giordano, G.A. Conti, M.C. Gaggiotti, O. Quaino, C. Giani, and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Effect of feeding dairy cows with cottonseeds containing BollGard® and Roundup Ready® genes or control non-transgenic cottonseeds on feed intake, milk yield and milk composition. J. Dairy Sci. 84(Suppl. 1)413. Abstract 1713.

Castillo, A.R., M.R. Gallardo, M. Maciel, J.M. Giordano, G.A. Conti, M.C. Gaggiotti, O. Quaino, C. Gianni, and G.F. Hartnell. 2001. Effect of feeding dairy cows with either BollGard®, BollGard II®, Roundup Ready® or control cottonseeds on feed intake, milk yield and milk composition. J. Dairy Sci. 84(Suppl. 1)413. Abstract 1712.

Castillo, A.R., M.R. Gallardo, M. Maciel, J. M. Giordano, G.A.Conti, M.C. Gaggiotti, O. Quaino, C. Gianni, and G.F. Hartnell. 2004. Effects of feeding rations with genetically modified whole cottonseed to lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1778-1785.

Hamilton, K.A., P.D. Pyla, M. Breeze, T. Olson, M. Li, E. Robinson, S.P. Gallagher, R. Sorbet, and Y. Chen. 2004. Bollgard II Cotton: Compositional analysis and feeding studies of cottonseed from insect-protected cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) producing the Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab2 proteins. J. Agric. Food Chem. 52:6969-6976.

DAIRY COWS: Herbicide - Tolerant Sugar/Fodder Beets

Weisbjerg, M.R., S. Purup, M. Vestergaard, T. Hvelplund and K. Sejrsen. 2001. Undersøgelser af genmodificerede foderroer til malkeløer. DJF Rapport 25, Husdrybrug, Ministeriet for Fødevarer, Landbrug og Fiskeri, Denmark.

Weisbjerg, M.R., T. Hvelplund, S. Puruo, M. Vestergaard and K. Sejrsen. 2001. Genetically modified beets and beet pulp as feeds for ruminants. Experiments with sheep and dairy cattle at Research Centre Foulum, Denmark. Proceedings: International Symposium on genetically Modified Crops and Co-products as Feeds for Livestock, pp 37-40. September, Nitra, Slovak Republic.

DAIRY COWS: Herbicide - Tolerant Alfalfa

Combs, D.K. and G.F. Hartnell. 2006. Effects of feeding Roundup Ready alfalfa on intake and milk production of dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 89(Suppl. 1):374 Abstract W234.

Combs, D.K. and G.F. Hartnell. 2008. Alfalfa containing the glyphosate-tolerant trait has no effect on feed intake, milk composition, or milk production of dairy cattle on feed intake, milk composition, or milk production of dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 91:673-678.

DAIRY COWS: Down-regulated Lignin Alfalfa

Weakley, D., D. R. Mertens, and M. McCaslin. 2008. Lactating cow responses to alfalfa hays with down-regulated lignin biosynthesis. Journal Dairy Science 91(E Supplement 1):170 Abstract 184/ Journal of Animal Science 86(E Supplement 2):170 Abstract 184.

DAIRY COWS: Insect-Protected Brinjal Fruit

Tiwari, D.P., A. Kumar, B.C. Mondal, D. Pandey, and I. Pandey. 2007. Effect of feeding transgenic brinjal fruits on milk production and composition in lactating crossbred cows. International Tropical Animal Nutrition Conference Vol II:265-266. Abstract October 4-7, 2007, National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal India.

Tiwari, D.P., B.C. Mondal, A. Kumar, P.C. SAxena, and I. Pandey. 2007. Effect of feeding transgenic Bt. Brinjal fruits on feed intake, nutrient utilization and body weight change in lactating crossbred cows.. International Tropical Animal Nutrition Conference Vol II:265. Abstract October 4-7, 2007, National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal India.

WATER BUFFALO: Insect - Protected Cotton

Singh, M., D.P. Tiwari, and A. Kumar. 2002. Effects of feeding transgenic cottonseed on nutrients utilization, milk production and its composition in lactating Murrah buffaloes. Buffalo. J.

Singh, M., D.P. Tiwari, A. Kumar and M. R. Kumar. 2002. Effect of feeding transgenic cottonseed vis-à-vis non-transgenic cottonseed on haematobiochemical constituents in lactating Murrah buffaloes. Xth International Congress, Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies (AAAP), Ashok Hotel, New Delhi, India - September 23-27, 2002, p. 257-258, Abstract.

Singh, M. D.P. Tiwari, A. Kumar and M. R. Kumar. 2003. Effect of feeding transgenic cottonseed vis-à-vis non-transgenic cottonseed on haematobiochemical constituents in lactating Murrah buffaloes. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci. 16(12):1732-1737.

GOATS: Insect - Protected Corn

Rizzi, A., L. Brusetti, S. Arioli, K.M. Nielsen, I. Tamagnini, A. Tanburini, C. Sorlini, and D. Daffonchio. 2008. Detection of feed-derived maize DNA in goat milk and evaluation of the potential of horizontal transfer to bacteria. Eur. Food Res. Technol. 227:1699-1709.

SHEEP: Insect - Protected Corn

Barrière, Y., R.Vérité, P. Brunschwig, F. Surault, and J.C. Emile. 2001. Feeding value of silage maize estimated with sheep and dairy cows is not altered by genetic incorporation of Bt 176 resistance to Ostrinia nubilalis. J. Dairy Sci. 84:1863-1871.

Daenicke, R., D. Gädeken and K. Aulrich. 1999. Einsatz von Silomais herkömmlicher Sorten und der gentechnisch veränderten Bt Hybriden in der Rinderftterung - Mastrinder -Tagungsband des. 12, Maiskolloquiums am 27./28.03.1999 in Wittenberg . 40-42.

Daenicke, R., K. Aulrich and G. Flachowsky. 1999. GMO in animal feedstuffs: Nutritional properties of Bt-maize unaffected. Mais, Vol. 27 September 1999, pp. 135-137.

Mayer, J. and K. Rutzmoser. 1999. Einsatz von Silomais herkömmlicher sorten und der gentechnisch veränderten Bt-hybriden in der Rinderfütterung: - bei Milchkühen. 12 Maiskilloquium, pp.36-39.

Trabalza-Marinucci, M., G. Brandi, C. Rondini, L. Avellini, C. Giammarini, S. Costarelli, G. Acuti, C. Orlandi, G. Filippini, E. Chiaradia, M. Malatesta, S. Crotti, C. Antonini, G. Amagliani, E. Manuali, A.R. Mastrogiacomo, L. Moscati, M.N. Haouet, A. Gaiti, and M. Magnani. 2008. A three-year longitudinal study on the effects of a diet containing genetically modified Bt176 maize on the health status and performance of sheep. Livestock Science 113:178-190.

SHEEP: Herbicide - Tolerant Sugar/Fodder Beets

Böhme, H., K. Aulrich, R. Daenicke and G. Flachowsky. 2001. Genetically modified feeds in animal nutrition 2nd communication: Glufosinate tolerant sugar beets (roots and silage) and maize grains for ruminants and pigs. Arch Anim. Nutr. 54:197-207.

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aenicke, R., K. Aulrich and G. Flachowsky. 2000. Untersuchungen zum Futterwert von Zuckerrben und Zuckerrbenblattsilage von isogenen und transgenen Pflanzen an Hammeln. VDLUFA Kongressband 2000, 112. VDLUFA-Kongress, p. 141 (Abstr).

Hartnell, G.F., T. Hvelplund, and M.R. Weisbjerg. 2005. Nutrient digestibility in sheep fed diets containing Roundup Ready or conventional fodder beet, sugar beet, and beet pulp. J. Anim. Sci. 83:400-407.

Hvelplund, T. and M.R. Weisbjerg. 2001. Comparison of nutrient digestibility between Roundup Ready® beets and conventional beets and pulps. J. Anim. Sci. 79(Suppl. 1):417. Abstract 1732.

Weisbjerg, M.R., T. Hvelplund, S. Puruo, M. Vestergaard and K. Sejrsen. 2001. Genetically modified beets and beet pulp as feeds for ruminants. Experiments with sheep and dairy cattle at Research Centre Foulum, Denmark. Proceedings: International Symposium on genetically Modified Crops and Co-products as Feeds for Livestock, pp 37-40. September, Nitra, Slovak Republic.

SHEEP: Herbicide - Tolerant Canola

Alexander, T.W., R. Sharma, E.K. Okine, W.T. Dixon, R.J. Forster, K. Stanford and T.A. McAllister. 2002. Impact of feed processing and mixed ruminal culture on the fate of recombinant EPSP synthase and endogenous canola plant DNA. FEMS Microbiology Letters 214:263-269.

Alexander, T.W., T. Reuter, E. Okine, R. Sharma, and T.A. McAllister. 2006. Conventional and real-time polymerase chain reaction assessment of the fate of transgenic DNA in sheep fed Roundup Ready rapeseed meal. Br J Nutr 96(6):997-1005.

Alexander, T.W., R. Sharma, M.Y. Deng, A.J. Whetsell, J.C. Jennings, Y.X. Wang, E. Okine, D. Damgaard, and T.A. McAllister. 2004. Use of quantitative real-time and conventional PCR to assess the stability of the cp4 epsps transgene from Roundup Ready (R) canola in the intestinal, ruminal, and fecal contents of sheep. Journal of Biotechnology 112(3):255-266.

Sharma, R., T.W. Alexander, D.M. Damgaard and T.A. McAllister. 2003. Stability of transgenic DNA from Roundup Ready canola in duodenal fluids of ruminants. No. R62 Proc. Of Canadian Society of Animal Sciences, June 10-13, 2003 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Sharma, R., T.W. Alexander, S.J. John, R.J. Forster, and T.A. McAllister. 2004. Relative stability of transgene DNA fragments from GM rapeseed in mixed ruminal cultures. British Journal of Nutrition 91(5):673-681.

Sharma, R., D. Damgaard, T.W. Alexander, M.E.R. Dugan, J.L. Aalhus, K. Stanford, and T.A. McAllister. 2006. Detection of transgenic and endogenous plant DNA in digesta and tissues of sheep and pigs fed Roundup Ready canola meal. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54(5):1699-1709.

Stanford, K., J.L. Aalhus, M.E.R. Dugan, G.L. Wallins, R. Sharma and T.A. McAllister. 2003. Effects of feeding transgenic canola on apparent digestibility, growth performance and carcass characteristics of lambs. Canadian J. Anim. Sci. 83(2):299-305.

Stanford,K., T.A. McAllister, J. Aalhus, M. Dugan, and R. Sharma. 2002. Effects of feeding glyphosate-tolerant canola meal on lamb growth, meat quality and apparent feed digestibility. J. Anim. Sci. 80(Suppl. 1): 71 Abstract 281.

SHEEP: Methionine-Enhanced Lupin

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SHEEP: Down-regulated Lignin Alfalfa

Mertens, D.R. and M. McCaslin. 2008. Evaluation of alfalfa hays with down-regulated lignin biosynthesis. Journal Dairy Science 91(E Supplement 1):170 Abstract 183/ Journal of Animal Science 86(E Supplement 2):170 Abstract 183.

RABBITS: Insect-Protected Corn

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RABBITS: Herbicide - Tolerant Corn

Chrastinová, L'., A. Sommer, J. Rafay, R. Caniga, and M. Prostredná. 2002. Genetically modified maize in diets for rabbits - influence on performance and product quality. Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 11:195.

RABBITS: Herbicide - Tolerant Oilseed Rape

Maertens, L., F. Luzi, and I. Huybechts. 1996. Digestibility of non-transgenic and transgenic oilseed rape in rabbits. Proc. Of 6th World Rabbit Congress, Toulouse, Vol. I, 231-235.

RABBITS: Herbicide - Tolerant Soybeans

Tudisco, R., P. Lombardi, F. Bovera, D. d'Angelo, M.I. Cutrignelli, V. Mastelione, V. Terzi, L. Avallone, and F. Infascelli. 2006. Genetically modified soya bean in rabbit feeding: detection of DNA fragments and evaluation of metabolic effects by enzymatic analysis. Animal Science 82:193-199.

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