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Cattle selected for lower residual feed intake have reduced daily methane production,
RS Hegarty, JP Goopy, RM Herd, B McCorkell
Journal of animal science 85 (6), 1479-1486, 2007
Reducing rumen methane emissions through elimination of rumen protozoa
RS Hegarty
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 50 (8), 1321-1328, 1999
Relationship between animal age, intramuscular fat, cooking loss, pH, shear force and eating quality of aged meat from sheep
DL Hopkins, RS Hegarty, PJ Walker, DW Pethick
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 46 (7), 879-884, 2006
Effects of dietary nitrate on fermentation, methane production and digesta kinetics in sheep
JV Nolan, RS Hegarty, J Hegarty, IR Godwin, R Woodgate
Animal Production Science 50 (8), 801-806, 2010
Low-methane yield sheep have smaller rumens and shorter rumen retention time
JP Goopy, A Donaldson, R Hegarty, PE Vercoe, F Haynes, M Barnett, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 111 (4), 578-585, 2014
Lowering ruminant methane emissions through improved feed conversion efficiency
GC Waghorn, RS Hegarty
Animal Feed Science and Technology 166, 291-301, 2011
Livestock production in a changing climate: adaptation and mitigation research in Australia
B Henry, E Charmley, R Eckard, JB Gaughan, R Hegarty
Crop and Pasture Science 63 (3), 191-202, 2012
A universal equation to predict methane production of forage-fed cattle in Australia
E Charmley, SRO Williams, PJ Moate, RS Hegarty, RM Herd, VH Oddy, ...
Animal Production Science 56 (3), 169-180, 2015
The impact of breeding to reduce residual feed intake on enteric methane emissions from the Australian beef industry
AR Alford, RS Hegarty, PF Parnell, OJ Cacho, RM Herd, GR Griffith
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 46 (7), 813-820, 2006
Opportunities for biological control of ruminal methanogenesis
RS Hegarty, AV Klieve
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 50 (8), 1315-1320, 1999
Animal board invited review: genetic possibilities to reduce enteric methane emissions from ruminants
NK Pickering, VH Oddy, J Basarab, K Cammack, B Hayes, RS Hegarty, ...
animal 9 (9), 1431-1440, 2015
Hydrogen production and transfer in the rumen
RS Hegarty, R Gerdes
Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition in Australia 12, 37-44, 1999
Mechanisms for competitively reducing ruminal methanogenesis
RS Hegarty
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 50 (8), 1299-1306, 1999
Genotype differences and their impact on digestive tract function of ruminants: a review
RS Hegarty
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 44 (5), 459-467, 2004
Effects of intensification of pastoral farming on greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand
CS Pinares-Patiño, GC Waghorn, RS Hegarty, SO Hoskin
New Zealand veterinary journal 57 (5), 252-261, 2009
Nutritional and flock management options to reduce methane output and methane per unit product from sheep enterprises
RS Hegarty, D Alcock, DL Robinson, JP Goopy, PE Vercoe
Animal Production Science 50 (12), 1026-1033, 2010
Repeatability of methane emissions from sheep
CS Pinares-Patiño, JC McEwan, KG Dodds, EA Cárdenas, RS Hegarty, ...
Animal Feed Science and Technology 166, 210-218, 2011
Relationship between sire estimated breeding values and the meat and eating quality of meat from their progeny grown on two planes of nutrition
DL Hopkins, RS Hegarty, TC Farrell
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 45 (5), 525-533, 2005
An initial investigation on rumen fermentation pattern and methane emission of sheep offered diets containing urea or nitrate as the nitrogen source
L Li, J Davis, J Nolan, R Hegarty
Animal Production Science 52 (7), 653-658, 2012
Biological determinants of between-animal variation in feed efficiency of growing beef cattle
G Cantalapiedra-Hijar, M Abo-Ismail, GE Carstens, LL Guan, R Hegarty, ...
animal 12 (s2), s321-s335, 2018
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