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Shanna L. Ivey

Title: Interim Department Head/Professor of Animal Science
Major Field of Interest: Ruminant Nutrition/Rumen Microbiology
Email Address: sivey@nmsu.edu
Website: http://siveylab.nmsu.edu
Office Phone: 575-646-4650
Curriculum Vitae


Education:

B.S., Animal Science, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1993

M.S., Ruminant Nutrition, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1995

Ph.D., Animal Science, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 2002

Courses Taught:

Animal Science 261 - Introduction to Animal Metabolism

Animal Science 285 - Companion Animal Management

Animal Science 422 - Animal Nutrition

Animal Science 560 - Rumen Microbiology

Research:  Investigation of novel means to assess nitrogen status of ruminants grazing native range. Development of strategies to detoxify plant and environmental toxin with the microbial population of the rumen.

Other:

Chair, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

Honors and Awards:

Western Section, American Society of Animal Science “Young Scientist Award”

Professional Activities and Accomplishments:

  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Chair (2012-Present), NMSU
  • Western Section American Society of Animal Science - President (2016-2017)
  • Federal Grant Funding:
    • DOE (2010-2013); National Alliance for Advanced Biofuels and Bio-Products.
    • CSREES (2008-2012); Influence of host animal on rumen microbial populations
    • USDA-AFRI (2007-2011); Development of methods and decision-making tools to enable stakeholders to improve calf well-being: An integrated approach.
  • Professional Memberships:
    • American Society of Animal Science.
    • American Society of Microbiology
  • Editorial Boards
    • Journal of Animal Science (2010-2016).
    • Algal Research (2011 to present)

Publications: (selected out of 23 referred journal articles and 86 proceedings and abstracts)

Sanchez, P.H., L. N. Tracey, J. Browne-Silva, and S. L. Lodge-Ivey. 2014. Propionibacterium acidipropionici P169 and glucogenic precursors improve rumen fermentation of low-quality forage in beef cattle. J. Anim. Sci. 92:1738-1746. 4
Anderson, D. M., R. E. Estell, J. L. Holechek, S. L. Ivey and G. B. Smith. 2014. Virtual herding for flexible livestock management - a review. The Rangeland Journal. 36:205-221.

Lodge-Ivey, S. L.,
Tracey, L. N., Salazar, A. 2014. Ruminant nutrition symposium:  The utility of lipid extracted algae as a protein source in forage or starch-based ruminant diets. J. Anim. Sci. 92:1331-1342.

National Alliance for Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts Final Synopsis. 2014. Accessible from http://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2014/06/f16/naabb_synopsis_report.pdf. Responsible for editing Agriculture co-products sections and working with other sections to form relationships. This document was reviewed by 2 teams of reviewers and the leadership at the Department of Energy prior to publication. This process took approximately 1 year to complete.

Lodge-Ivey, S. L.
, J. Petersen, J. Browne-Silva J. 2012. Effects of nordihydroguaiaretic acid on in vitro fermentation profiles of rumen bacteria. J. Anim. Sci. 11:4118-4125.

Lodge-Ivey, S. L
., J. Petersen, and J. Browne-Silva. 2012. Effects of nordihydroguaiaretic acid on in vitro fermentation profiles of rumen bacteria. J. Anim. Sci. 90:4118-4125.

Waterman, R. C., K. Richardson, and S. L. Lodge-Ivey. 2011. Effects of Euphorbia Esula L. (leafy spurge) on cattle and sheep in vitro fermentation and gas production. Journal of Food and Agriculture Chemistry.Science of Food and Agriculture, 91:2053-2060.

Harrelson, F. W., S. L. Ivey, S. H. Cox, R. L. Dunlap II, J. T. Mulliniks, B. H Carter, C. A. Löest, and M. K. Petersen. 2010. Effect of supplemental protein source during the winter on pre- and postpartum glucose metabolism. WSASAS Proceedings. 61:262-265.

Lodge-Ivey
, S. L. 2010. Practical application of modern rumen microbiological techniques to grazing ruminants. Pages 24-28 in Proc 4th Grazing Livestock Nutrition conference. B. W. Hess, T. Delcurto, J. G. P. Bowman, and R. C. Waterman eds. West. Sect. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci., Champaign, IL

Lujan, A. L., S. A. Utsumi, S. T. Smallidge, T. T. Baker, R. E. Estell, A. F. Cibils, and S. L. Ivey. 2010. Manipulating sheep browsing levels on coyote willow (Salix exigua) with supplements. Sheep and Goat Research. 25:32-38.

Mulliniks, J. T., J. Muscha, S. L. Lodge-Ivey, and M. K. Petersen. 2010. Predicted mineral intake utilizing both water and forage analysis varies by source and location of livestock water in eastern Montana. WSASAS Proceedings. 61:182-185.

Sanchez, P. H., L. N. Tracey, J. Browne-Silva, M. K. Petersen, and S. L. Lodge-Ivey. 2010. Propionibacterium acidipropionici P169 and glucogenic precursors to improve rumen parameters associated with low quality forage. WSASAS Proceedings. 61:67-71.

Tracey, L. N., J. Browne-Silva, C. H. Ponce, J. B. Osterstock, J. C. McDonald, M. Brown, and S. L. Lodge-Ivey. 2010. Effect of wet distillers’ grains with soluble on rumen bacterial community profiles in individually fed cattle. WSASAS Proceedings. 61:11-14.

Lodge-Ivey. S. L., J. Browne-Silva, and M. B. Horvath. 2009. Technical note:  Bacterial diversity in rumen fluid samples collected via oral lavage or rumen cannula. J. Anim. Sci. 87: 2333-2337