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Awards & Honors

(2013) IEEA International Award. Indiana Extension Educators Association.

(2012) PUCESA Early Career Award. Purdue University Cooperative Extension Specialist Association.

(2011) PUCESA Team Award â€" Dairy Extension Team. Purdue University Cooperative Extension Specialist Association.

(2010) PUCESA Team Award - Moldy Corn Team. Purdue Cooperative Extension Specialist's Association.

(2009) PUCESA Team Award - Purdue Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) Team. Purdue University Cooperative Extension Specialist's Association.

Selected Publications

Shroer, R., Nennich, T. D., Dennis, T., Schutz, M., Donkin, S., & Little, D. (in press). Intake and growth of prepubertal dairy heifers fed reduced fat dried distillers grains. Professional Animal Scientist.

Nennich, T. D., & Hendrix, K. (2012). Determining a value for corn silage. (AS-611-W), 2.

Nennich, T. D. (2012). Drought and Nutrient Management Considerations for Dairy Farms. (AS-617-W), 2.

Dennis, T., Tower, J., & Nennich, T. D. (2012). Effects of feeding hay and baleage on growth and rumen parameters in prepubertal Holstein heifers. Professional Animal Scientist, 28, 648-656.

Nennich, T. D. (2012). Feeding distillers grain to young dairy heifers. (AS-609-W), 3.

Nennich, T. D. (2012). Forages and Feeding Dairy Cattle During Drought Conditions. (AS-616-W), 4.

Nennich, T. D. (2011). 2011 Nutrient Management Record Keeping Calendar.

Nennich, T. D. (2011). Feeding Distillers Grains to Young Dairy Heifers. 3-Jan.

Nennich, T. D. (2011). Minding our Päó»s and Käó»s äóñ Ruminant nutrition and the environment. Proc. 2011 Minnesota Nutrition Conference, 125-135.

Nennich, T. D. (2011). Phosphorus Nutrition and Environmental Concerns. Proc. of the 2012 Pacific Northwest Animal Nutrition Conference.

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