Ben Goff

Assistant Professor

ben.goff@uky.edu
Phone (859) 257-5785
Fax (859) 323-1952

N222-K Ag. Science Bldg. North,
1100 Nicholasville Road, Lexington KY 40546-0091

Specialties
Forage Production/Utilization
Statistics

Appointed Distribution of Effort (DOE)

     75% Research, 25% Teaching

 Education:

  • Ph.D. Crop Science, University of Kentucky (2012).

Dissertation: Effects of grazing intensity and chemical seedhead suppression on tall fescue pasture and steer productivity. Minor: Plant Physiology

  • M.S. Agronomy, Iowa State University (2010).

Thesis: Double-cropping sorghum for biomass production.  Minor: Biochemistry

  • B.S. Agronomy, West Virginia University (2007).

Magna cum laude

 Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky, 2012-present.
  • Graduate Research Assistant, University of Kentucky, 2010-2012.
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Iowa State University, 2007-2010.
  • Cartographic Technician, NRCS Geospatial Research Unit, 2007.
  • Undergraduate Research Assistant, West Virginia University, 2005-2006.

Professional Organizations:

  • American Society of Agronomy
  • American Forage and Grassland Council
  • Crop Science Society of America
  • Gamma Sigma Delta
  • Kentucky Forage and Grassland Council
  • National Association of Equine Affiliated Academics
  • National Forage Testing Association

Professional/Service Activities:

National Level Committees & Positions

  American Forage and Grassland Council

  • Annual Program Planning Committee, 2015-Present.
  • National Forage Bowl Planning Committee, 2014-Present.

  American Society of Agronomy

  • Graduate Student Subcommittee (ACS 237.1), 2011-2012.

  National Forage Testing Association

  • Board of Directors, 2015-Present.
  • By-Law Committee, 2015-Present.
  • Membership/Promotion Committee, 2015-Present.
  • Public Sector Support Taskforce, 2015-Present.

  Miscellaneous

  • Multi-state Hatch (NC-1182) New Project Planning Committee, NIFA, 2013-2014.

University Level Committees & Positions

  University of Kentucky

  • Plant and Soil Science Undergraduate Program Steering Committee, 2014-Present.
  • Equine Science and Management Steering Committee, 2013-2015.
  • Equine Program Council, 2013-Present.

Departmental Level Committees & Positions

  Department of Plant and Soil Sciences (University of Kentucky)

  • Position Search Committee for Assistant/Associate Extension Professor of Forage Production and Utilization, 2015-Present.
  • Departmental Seminar Committee, 2015-Present.
  • Departmental “Adopt a First-Year Student’ Committee. 2014-Present.
  • Position Search Committee for Assistant Professor of Agro-climatology & Ag-Systems Modeling, 2014-2015.
  • Job Description Writing Committee for Assistant Professor of Grain Crop System Agronomy, Ecology, & Physiology, 2013.
  • Forage Commodity/Resource Group, 2012-Present.

Reviewer Service

  • Peer reviewer for African Journal of Biotechnology, Agronomy Journal, Bioresources, Crop Science, Forage and Grazinglands, Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, Journal of Animal Science, Soil and Tillage Research.

Other Service Activities

  • Judge of Forage Production Supervised Agricultural Experience Proficiency Awards at National FFA Convention, 2015.
  • Organizer of University of Kentucky Student Forage Tour, 2014-Present.
  • Judge of University of Kentucky Animal and Food Science Graduate Association Research Symposium, 2014-2015.
  • Judge of Robert F. Barnes Graduate Student Paper Competition at ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, 2013.
  • Judge of University of Kentucky Integrated Plant and Soil Science Graduate Student Research Symposium, 2013.
  • C-6 Division session moderator at ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, 2013.

Awards and Honors

  • Nominated for Ken Freedman Outstanding Advisor Award, University of Kentucky, 2014.
  • Gerald O. Mott Meritorious Graduate Student Award, American Society of America, 2012.
  • 3rd Place, Emerging Scientist Competition, American Forage and Grasslands Council, 2012.
  • Research Excellence Award, Iowa State University, 2010.
  • Gustav-Gertrude-Peter C. Seeck Fellowship, Iowa State University, 2007-2009.
  • Pest Control Operators Association of West Virginia Scholarship, West Virginia University, 2005-2006.
  • Promise Scholar, West Virginia University, 2003-2007.

Teaching Experience

Primary Instructor

  • PLS 510, Forage Management and Utilization, 2013-Present.
  • GEN 300, Introduction to Forage-Livestock Systems/Forage Bowl Team, 2013-Present.
  • PLS 597, Agricultural Experimental Design and Analysis, 2014-Present.
  • PLS 597, Experiences in Meta-Analysis of Agricultural Data, 2016-Present.

Table 1.  Teaching Evaluation Scores From Courses Taught as the Primary Instructor.

Semester

Course

Course Rating*

 

Instructor Rating*

Goff

PLS

CAFE

UK

 

Goff

PLS

CAFE

UK

2013

PLS 510

3.10

3.50

3.50

3.40

 

2.80

3.60

3.50

3.50

2013

GEN 300

4.00

3.50

3.50

3.30

 

4.00

3.60

3.50

3.40

2014

PLS 510

3.50

3.39

3.31

3.27

 

3.92

3.39

3.39

3.35

2014

PLS 597

3.86

3.50

3.37

3.23

 

3.64

3.52

3.42

3.30

2015

PLS 510

3.50

3.34

3.35

3.24

 

3.70

3.40

3.45

3.33

2016

PLS 510

3.78

3.46

3.35

3.23

 

3.78

3.52

3.48

3.34

*Ratings are the class average on a 4.0 Scale.

† PLS = Average for the Department of Plant and Soil Science, CAFE = Average for the College of Agriculture, Food, & Environment, UK = Average for the University of Kentucky

Guest Lecturer

  • ASC 382, Animal Production Principles (Forage-Livestock Systems), University of Kentucky, 2012-Present.
  • ASC 406, Beef Production (Pasture Improvement & Establishment), University of Kentucky, 2013-Present.
  • PLS 404, Integrated Weed Management (Grassland Ecology/Pasture Weed Management), University of Kentucky, 2012-Present.

 Advising

   Graduate students

  • Stringer, C. Screening “feral” hemp lines for genetic variability in selected agronomic traits to improve future U.S. breeding efforts. M.S. Candidate. Pending
  • Payne, K.M. Enhanced efficiency fertilizers on productivity and nutritive value of grass-legume pastures. Ph.D. Candidate. Pending
  • Timberlake, C.E. Effects of urea formulation on white clover persistence in bermudagrass pastures. M.S. 2015.
  • Simon, M.M. Forage species selection for the renovating over-grazed pastures following a drought. M.S. (Non-thesis option, co-advisor). 2014.
  • Faculty member on an additional 5 Ph.D. and 7 M.S. graduate committees

   Undergraduate students

  • Johns, A.H. Forage Nutritive of Industrial Hemp. Pending
  • Sivinski, S.E. Determining the suitability of the radial diffusion assay for quantifying the interaction between tannins and ergot alkaloids. 2015. (1st Place in the 2015 SASES Undergraduate Research Symposium)
  • Bill, V.T.  Plant growth regulators and N fertilization on the partitioning of red clover growth. 2014. (3rd Place in the 2014 SASES Undergraduate Research Symposium)
  • Jun, J.W. Comparing captured variability of forages and weeds in pastures by increasing sampling locations. 2014 (Asbury University, co-advisor).
  • Tapp, M.D. Forage species preference of calves in creep grazing systems. 2014.
  • Langlois, E.K. Polyphenol oxidase activity and soluble phenolic effects on legume protein quality. 2013-2014.
  • Ritchie, J. Assessment of pasture evaluation methods. 2012 (Asbury University, co-advisor).
  • Faculty advisor for University of Kentucky forage bowl teams. 2013-present.

Invited Presentations

Extension Meetings

  • Goff, B.M. 2016. Putting some pop back in your crop: alfalfa in crop rotations.  Heart of America Grazing Conference. Lexington, KY. 26 Jan.
  • Goff, B.M. 2015. What’s that smell? Proper methods for producing high quality balage. Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation Annual Meeting. Louisville, KY. 3 Dec.
  • Goff, B.M. 2014. The role and importance of forage legumes in pastures.  Kentucky Grazing Conference. Bowling Green, KY. 23 Oct.
  • Goff, B.M. 2014. Forage legumes: Their importance and management in profitable livestock systems. USDA StrikeForce Initiative for Rural Growth and Opportunities. Ellenboro, WV. 17 July.
  • Goff, B.M. 2013. Managing for long-term profitability in grass-clover pastures.  University of Kentucky Advanced Grazing School. Princeton, KY. 18 June.
  • Goff, B. and G. Aiken. 2011. Seedhead suppression of tall fescue. Kentucky Forage and Grasslands Council Field Day. Versailles, KY. 8 Sept.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, and W.W. Witt. 2011. Suppression of reproductive growth of tall fescue with Chaparral. University of Kentucky/DowAgrosciences/USDA-ARS Field Day. Versailles, KY. 23 June.
  • Goff, B.M. and E.A. Heaton. 2008. Sugar crops for ethanol production. Muscatine Sugar Beet Field Day, Muscatine, IA. 25 Sept.

Trainings & Workshops

  • Goff, B.M. 2013. Pasture composition. National Resource Conservation Service Workshop:  Communicating Grazing. Richmond, KY. 22 Aug.
  • Goff, B.M. 2013. Pasture stage of growth. National Resource Conservation Service Workshop:  Communicating Grazing. Richmond, KY. 22 Aug.

Miscellaneous

  • Goff, B.M. 2015. University of Kentucky Forage Research Update. Kentucky Farm Bureau Forage Federation Advisory Committee Meeting. 23 September.
  • Goff, B.M. 2014. Forages. Hope Hill STEM Project Student Tour. 7 July.
  • Goff, B.M. 2013. UK forage legume research update. DowAgrosciences Pasture Summit. 15-16 Oct.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, and W.W. Witt. 2012. Effects of grazing intensity and chemical seedhead suppression on steers grazing tall fescue pastures. DowAgrosciences Pasture Summit. 1-3 Oct.
  • Goff, B. and G. Aiken. 2011. Chaparral herbicide stocking rate study. DowAgrosciences Pasture Summit. 11 Oct.

Publications

  († Indicates Student Author)

Book Chapters

  • Goff. B.M., G.D. Lacefield, and S.R. Smith Jr. 2015. Temperate legumes for grasslands:  Their importance and current limitations. In:  S.K. Mahanta (ed.) World Grasslands: Opportunities and Challenges. Range Management Society of India, Jhansi, India

 Refereed Journal Articles

  • Basweti, E.A., D.J. Mata, B.M. Goff, J.B. Kotcon, and W.B. Bryan. Effects of manure and grass/clover ley on crop productivity in organic crop livestock farming systems. Agron. J. (in review).
  • Billman, E.D., K.J. Prince, B.M. Goff, and T.D. Phillips. Comparison of dairy cattle preference among and within vegetative cool-season grasses. Crop Sci. (in review).
  • Bourguignon, M. K.J. Moore, A. Lenssen, S. Archontoulis, B.M. Goff, and B. Baldwin. Kenaf productivity, morphology, and anatomy when grown in Iowa and Kentucky. Ind. Crops. Prod (in review)
  • Keene, T., K. Lea, K.J. Prince, T.D. Phillips, B.M. Goff, and S.R. Smith. Switchgrass yield and quality with multiple fertilizer applications and harvest dates. GCB Bioenergy. (in review).
  • Sena, K.L., B.M. Goff, D. Davis, and S.R. Smith. Switchgrass growth and quality trends provide insight into optimal harvest management. Crop, Forage, Turfgrass Manage. (in review).
  • Klotz, J.L., G.E. Aiken, J.R. Bussard, A.P. Foote, D.L. Harmon, B.M. Goff, F.N. Schrick, and J.R. Strickland. 2016. Vasoactivity and vasocontriction changes in cattle related to time off toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue.  Toxins. (in press).
  • Zheng, Q. J. Liu, B.M. Goff, R.D. Dinkins, and Hongyan Zhu. 2016. Genetic manipulation of miR156 for improvement of biomass production and forage quality in red clover. Crop Sci. 56: 1199-1205.
  • Villalba, J.J., C. Spackman, B.M. Goff, J.L. Klotz, T. Griggs, and J.W. MacAdam. 2016. Interaction between tannin-containing legume and endophyte infected tall fescue seed on lambs’ feeding behavior and physiology. J. Anim. Sci. 94:  845-857.
  • M.D. Flythe, G.E. Aiken, G.L. Gellen, J.L. Klotz, B.M. Goff, and K. Andries. 2015. Hops (Humulus lupulus) β-acid as an inhibitor of caprine rumen hyper-ammonia producing bacteria in vitro. Agric. Food Anal. Bacteriol. 5:  29-36.
  • Kagan, I.A., B.M. Goff, and M.D. Flythe. 2015. Soluble phenolic compounds in different cultivars of red clover and alfalfa, and their implications against proteolysis and ammonia production in ruminants. Nat. Prod. Comm. 10:  1263-1267.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, W.W. Witt, P.L. Burch, and F.N. Schrick. 2015. Steer and forage nutritive value responses to grazing intensity and seedhead suppression of tall fescue in mixed pastures. Prof. Anim. Sci. 31:120-129.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, W.W. Witt, J.A. Williamson, E.S. Flynn, and P.L. Burch. 2014. Timing and rate of Chaparral treatment affects tall fescue seedhead development and pasture grass plant densities. Online. Forage and Grazinglands. Doi: 10.2134/FG-2013-0001-RS.
  • Flythe, M.D., B. Harrison, I.A. Kagan, J.L. Klotz, G.L. Gellin, B.M. Goff, and G.E. Aiken. 2013. Antimicrobial activity of red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) extract on caprine hyper ammonia-producing bacteria. Agric. Food Anal. Bacteriol. 3:  176-185.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, W.W. Witt, B.B. Sleugh, and P. L. Burch. 2012. Steer consumption and ergovaline recovery from in vitro digested residues of tall fescue seedheads. Crop Sci. 52:  1437-1440.
  • Aiken, G.E., B.M. Goff, W.W. Witt, B.B. Sleugh, and P.L. Burch.2012. Steer and plant responses to chemical suppression of seedhead emergence in toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue. Crop Sci. 52:  960-969.
  • Goff, B.M., P.T. Murphy, and K.J. Moore. 2012. Comparison of common lignin methods and modifications on forage and lignocellosic materials. J. Sci. Food. Agr. 92:  751-758.
  • Goff, B. M., Moore, K. J., Waramit, N., and Fales, S. L. 2011. Morphological development affects the prussic acid potential of ‘Rumsey’ indiangrass. Online. Forage and Grazinglands doi: 10.1094/FG-2011-1004-01-BR.
  • Goff, B.M., K.J. Moore, S.L. Fales, and J.F. Pedersen. 2011. Comparison of the use of gas chromatography, spectrophotometry, and near infrared spectroscopy to quantify prussic acid potential in forages. J. Sci. Food Agric. 91:  1523-1526.
  • Goff, B.M., K.J. Moore, S.L. Fales, and E.A. Heaton. 2010. Double-cropping sorghum for biomass production. Agron. J. 102:  1586-1592.

Popular Press Articles

  • B.M. Goff. 2016. Alfalfa in your crop rotations. Progressive Forage. May. p. 22-23.

Non-refereed Proceedings Articles

  • Leah, K.L., B.M. Goff, J. Morrison, S.R. Smith, and J.M. Tucker. 2016. Attendance at national agronomy competition leads to career opportunities for undergraduates. In Proc. 10th Int. Rangeland Congress, Saskatoon, SK. 16-22 July.
  • Goff, B.M. 2016. Putting some pop back in your crop: alfalfa in crop rotations.  In. Proc. of the 14th Heart of America Grazing Conference. Lexington, KY. 26 Jan.
  • Prince, K.J., B.M. Goff, L.M. Lawrence, I.A. Kagan, and S.R. Smith Jr. 2016. Predicting water-soluble carbohydrates and ethanol-soluble carbohydrates in cool-season grass with near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, Baton Rouge, LA. 10-13 Jan.
  • Goff, B.M. 2014. The role and importance of forage legumes in pastures.  In. Proc. of 15th Kentucky Grazing Conference. Bowling Green, KY. 23 Oct.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, W.W. Witt, P.L. Burch, and B.B. Sleugh. 2012. Effects of grazing intensity and chemical seedhead suppression on steers grazing tall fescue pastures. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, Louisville, KY. 9-11 Jan.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, and W.W. Witt. 2011. Ergovaline recovery from digested residues of grazed tall fescue seedheads. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, French Lick, IN. 12-15 June.
  • Aiken, G.E., W.W. Witt, B.M. Goff, and I.A. Kagan. 2011. Chemical suppression of seedhead emergence in toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue for improving cattle weight gain and physiology. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, French Lick, IN. 12-15 June.

Miscellaneous Reports

  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, and W.W. Witt. 2013. Ergovaline recovery from digested tall fescue seed heads.  2012 Research and Extension Beef Report. SR-105. University of Kentucky. Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington, KY.
  • Aiken, G.E., W.W. Witt, B.M. Goff, and I.A. Kagan. 2013. Chemical suppression of seed head emergence in toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue pastures. 2012 Research and Extension Beef Report. SR-105. University of Kentucky. Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington, KY.
  • Klotz, J.L., G.E. Aiken, A.P. Foote, J.R. Bussard, K.R. Brown, B.M. Goff, D.L. Harmon, and J.R. Strickland. 2013. Vascular activity increases with time off tall fescue.  2012 Research and Extension Beef Report. SR-105. University of Kentucky. Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington, KY.
  • Goff, B., K. Moore, S. Fales, and E. Heaton. 2009. Potential for sorghum genotypes in a double-cropping system. In Annual Progress Reports - Northwest Research Farm and Allee Demonstration Farm. ISRF09-29. Iowa State University. Cooperative Extension Service, Ames, IA

Abstracts

  • Kennedy, P.M., M.H. Poore, B.M. Goff, C.L. Pickworth. 2016.  Is feeding seed to cattle through mineral supplement a viable alternative to frost-seeding red clover into tall fescue pastures?. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, Baton Rouge, LA. Jan. 10-13.
  • Goff, B.M., A.L. Fowler, E.K. Langlois, L.M. Lawrence, and S.R. Smith Jr. 2015. Phosphorus use efficiency and partitioning among forage legume genotypes. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18.
  • Payne, K.M., B.M. Goff, S.R. Smith Jr, J.H. Grove, M.S. Coyne, and J. W. Lehmkuhler. 2015. Enhanced efficiency nitrogen fertilizer formulation effect on pasture productivity: Impact on forage yield, quality and clover persistence in mixed species forage systems. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18.
  • Sivinski, S.E., B.M. Goff, L.C. Slaughter, J.W. MacAdam, and J.L. Klotz. 2015. Determining the suitability of the radial diffusion assay for quantifying the interaction between tannins and ergot alkaloids.  ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18.
  • van Santen, E.S., K.A. Cassida, B.M. Goff, R.L. Kallenbach, G.E. Shewmaker, and J.M Johnson. 2015. First-year stand decline in birdsfoot trefoil. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18.
  • Villalba, J.J., C. Spackman, B.M. Goff, J.L. Klotz, and J.W. MacAdam. 2015. Interaction between a tannin-containing legume and endophyte-infected tall fescue seed on lambs’ feeding behavior and physiology.  ASAS/ADSA Annual Meetings, Orlando, FL. July 12-16.
  • Billman, E.D., B.M. Goff, T.D. Phillips. 2015. Cool-season forage grass palatability and preference in dairy cattle.  Annual Meeting of the Southern Branch of the ASA, Atlanta, GA. Feb 1-3.
  • Billman, E.D., B.M. Goff, T.D. Phillips. 2015. Cool-season forage grass palatability and preference in dairy cattle.  In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, St. Louis, MO. Jan. 11-14.
  • Keene, T.C., S.R. Smith, K. Lea, and B. Goff. 2015. Switchgrass yield and quality with multiple fertilizer applications and harvest dates. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, St. Louis, MO. Jan. 11-14.
  • Bill, V.T., B.M. Hadley, B.M. Goff, L.C. Harris, and S.R. Smith. 2014. Plant growth regulators and N fertilization on the partitioning of red clover growth. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5.
  • Timberlake, C.E., B.M. Goff, G.C. Munshaw, and J.H. Grove. 2014. Enhanced efficiency N fertilizers on the production and nutritive value of bermudagrass pastures. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5.
  • van Santen, E.S., K. A. Cassida, B.M. Goff, T.C. Griggs, J.M. Johnson, R.L. Kallenbach, J.W. MacAdam, and G.E. Shewmaker. 2014. Increasing legume grazing for higher beef gain on pastures: An improved high-tannin birdsfoot trefoil cultivar with trans-regional potential.  ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5.
  • Williamson, J.A., G.E. Aiken, B.M. Goff, E.S. Flynn, and M. Barrett. 2014. Animal and pasture responses to grazing management of chemically suppressed tall fescue in mixed pastures. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5.
  • van Santen, E.S., K. A. Cassida, B.M. Goff, T.C. Griggs, J.M. Johnson, R.L. Kallenbach, J.W. MacAdam, and G.E. Shewmaker. 2014. Increasing legume grazing for higher beef gain on pastures: An improved high-tannin birdsfoot trefoil cultivar with trans-regional potential. Southern Pasture & Forage Crop Improvement (SPFIC) Conference, Biloxi, MS. April. 21-23.
  • Timberlake, C.E., B.M. Goff, J.H. Grove, and G.C. Munshaw. 2014. Effects of urea formulation on bermudagrass pasture growth. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, Memphis, TN. Jan. 12-14.
  • Goff, B.M., L.C. Harris, G.O. Olson, and S.R. Smith. 2013. Effect of native warm-season grass canopy development and characteristics on the establishment and production of forage legumes. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6.
  • Goff, B.M., C.E. Timberlake, E.K. Langlois, M.P. de Kanter, and L.C. Harris. 2013. Incorporating legumes into teff as an emergency source of forage. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, W.W. Witt, P.L. Burch, and E.S. Flynn. 2013. Steer and tall fescue pasture responses to grazing intensity and chemical seedhead suppression. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, Covington, KY. Jan. 6-8.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, W.W. Witt, and P.L. Burch. 2012. Effects of grazing intensity and chemical seedhead suppression on steers grazing tall fescue pastures. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24.
  • Bussard, J.R., G.E. Aiken, J.R. Strickland, K.R. Brown, B.M. Goff, A.P. Foote, and J.L. Klotz. 2012. Changes in vasculature contraction and constriction in cattle relative to time-off endophyte-infected tall fescue. ASAS/ADSA Annual Meetings, Phoenix, AZ. July 15-19.
  • Klotz, J.L., J.R. Bussard, G.E. Aiken, A.P. Foote, D.L. Harmon, K.R. Brown, B.M. Goff, and J.R. Strickland. 2012. Lateral saphenous vein response to serotonergic and α-adrenergic receptor agonists changes relative to time off endophyte-infected tall fescue. ASAS/ADSA Annual Meetings, Phoenix, AZ. July 15-19.
  • Bussard, J.R., G.E. Aiken, J.R. Strickland, K.R. Brown, B.M. Goff, A.P. Foote, and J.L. Klotz. 2012. Changes in vasculature contraction and constriction in cattle relative to time-off endophyte-infected tall fescue. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference, Louisville, KY. Jan 9-11.
  • Aiken, G.E., B.M. Goff, W.W. Witt, and I.A. Kagan. 2011. Chemical suppression of reproductive development in endophyte-infected tall fescue for improving cattle weight gain and physiology. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. San Antonio, TX. Oct. 16-19.
  • Goff, B.M., G.E. Aiken, and W.W. Witt. 2011. Ergovaline recovery from digested residues of grazed tall fescue seedheads. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. San Antonio, TX. Oct. 16-19. 
  • Flythe, M.D., I.E. Kagan, G.L. Gellin, B.M. Goff, G.E. Aiken, and P.R. Cheeke. 2011. Plant phenolic compounds that modulate amino acid- and peptide- catabolism by caprine rumen microbes. ASM Annual Meetings. New Orleans, LA. May 21-24.
  • Klotz, J.L., G.E. Aiken, A.P. Foote, L.P. Bush, K.R. Brown, B.M. Goff, and J.R. Strickland. 2011. Contractile response to ergovaline, 5-hydroxytryptamine2A, a2A-, and a2C-adrenergic receptor agonists relative to time off of endophyte-infected tall fescue. ASAS/ADSA Annual Meetings, New Orleans, LA. July 10-14.
  • Goff, B.M., K.J. Moore, S.L. Fales, and E.A. Heaton. 2009. The potential of a double cropping system for biomass production. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Pittsburgh, PA. Nov. 1-5.
  • Goff, B.M., K.J. Moore, and S.L. Fales. 2008. The potential of a double cropping system for biomass production. Biobased Industry Outlook Conference. Ames, IA. Sept. 7-10.
  • Goff, B.M., L.M. McDonald, and E.M. Pena-Yewtukhiw. 2006. The explicit effects of water content and bulk density on TDR response. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings. Indianapolis, IN. Nov. 12-16.