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Dirk Philipp

Dirk Philipp

Assoc Professor

Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences

(ANSC)-Animal Science

Phone: 479-575-2000

Fax: (479) 575-7294

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Design & implementation of research programs related to forage utilization and grazing management for increased profitability and environmental quality, especially in the nutrient-surplus-areas of Northwest Arkansas. Extension assigments include online-publishing of newsletters, factsheets, and visual media.

Ph.D. - Texas Tech University, Agronomy
M.S. - University of Leipzig, Tropical Agriculture

PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, MEDIA

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Clark, J. K, K. P. Coffey, W. K. Coblentz, B. C. Shanks, J. D. Caldwell, R. E. Muck, D. Philipp, M. A. Borchardt, R. T. Rhein, W. E. Jokela, E. A. Backes, M. G. Bertram, and W. B. Smith. 2018. Voluntary intake and digestibility by sheep of alfalfa ensiled at different moisture concentrations following fertilization with dairy slurry. J. Anim. Sci. 96:964-974

W. B. Smith, K. P. Coffey, R. T. Rhein, E. B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J. G. Powell, J. D. Caldwell and A. N. Young. 2017. Feeding distillers’ grains, soybean hulls, or a mixture of both to cows as a forage replacement: Effects on intake, digestibility, and ruminal fermentation characteristics. J. Anim.Sci. 95:3666-3675.

Smith, W. B., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Tucker, D. S. Hubbell, III, E. B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J. D. Caldwell, and A. N. Young. 2017. Using soybean hulls to meet dietary energy requirements for gestating cows having restricted access to poor-quality hay. Prof. Anim. Sci., Vol. 33, Issue 1, p 101-107

Clark, J.K., B.C. Shanks, K.S. Jogan, D. Philipp, K.P. Coffey, N.E. Jack, J.D. Caldwell, and R.T. Rhein. 2016. Effects of Forage Species and Poultry Litter Application Timing on Forage Preference by Horses. J. Anim. Sci., 94:4985-4992

Philipp, D., M.P. Popp, E.R. Rumley, M.C. Savin, and K.P. Coffey. 2015. Regulatory, production, and consumer-based challenges of forage-based cattle production systems in the southeastern United States. Anim. Frontiers 5:14-23.

Kanani, K., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, E. B. Kegley, C. P. West, S. Gadberry, J. Jennings, A. N. Young, and R. Rhein. 2015. Diurnal variation in fecal concentrations of acid-detergent insoluble ash and alkaline-peroxide lignin from cattle fed bermudagrass hays of varying nutrient content. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 6:24.

Devine, T.L., C. F. Rosenkrans Jr., PAS, D. Philipp, A. J. Davis, T. D. Lester, R. W. Rorie, PAS, and M. L. Looper. 2015. Growth, reproductive development, and estrous behavior of beef heifers treated with growth promotants. Prof. Anim. Sci. 31:114-119.

Smith, A., M. Popp, D. Philipp, K. Coffey, and E. Gbur. 2014. Overseeding Bermudagrass Pastures with Ryegrass and Clovers: Estimating Partial Returns. Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers JASFMRA 108-123.

Kanani, K., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, E. B. Kegley, C. P. West, S. Gadberry, J. Jennings, A. N. Young, and R. Rhein. 2014. Comparison of acid-detergent lignin, alkaline-peroxide lignin, and acid-detergent insoluble ash as internal markers for predicting fecal output and digestibility by cattle offered bermudagrass hays of varying nutrient composition. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 5(1):7.

Kanani, J., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, PAS, A. N. Young, R. Rhein, and J. D. Caldwell. 2014.

Nutritive value and in situ digestibility of pearl millet hay as affected by moisture concentration and bale sampling depth. Prof. Anim. Sci. 30:235-242.

Kanani, K., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, E. B. Kegley, C. P. West, S. Gadberry, J. Jennings, A. N. Young, and R. Rhein. 2014. Using acid-detergent lignin, alkaline-peroxide lignin and acid-detergent insoluble ash to predict fecal output and digestibility by cattle offered bermudagrass hays of varying nutrient composition. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 5:7.

Smith, A., M. Popp, D. Philipp, K. Coffey, and E. Gbur. 2014. Overseeding Bermudagrass Pastures with Ryegrass and Clovers: Estimating Partial Returns. JASFMRA, p. 108-123.

Caldwell, J.D., D. Philipp, K.P. Coffey, , L.A. Hardin, A.E. Bass, A.N. Young, R.T. Rhein, W.K. Coblentz. 2013. Intake by sheep, and in-situ disappearance in cannulated cows, and chemical composition of crabgrass hayed at two moisture concentrations and treated with a non-viable Lactobacillus-lactic acid preservative. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 186:27-35.

Smith W. B., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Tucker, D. S. Hubbell, III, E. B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J. D. Caldwell, and A. N. Young. 2013. Production characteristics and blood metabolites of gestating cows limit-fed soybean hulls. Submitted (Anim. Feed Sci. Technol.)

Caldwell, J.P., K.P. Coffey, J.A. Jennings, D. Philipp, A.N. Young, J.D. Tucker, D.S. Hubbell, III, T. Hess, M.L. Looper, C.P. West, M.C. Savin, M.P. Popp, D.L. Kreider, D. Halford, and C.F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2013. Performance by Spring and Fall-Calving Cows Grazing with Full Access, Limited Access, or No Access to Neotyphodium Coenophialum-Infected Fescue. J. Anim. Sci. 91:465-476.

Smith, S.A., M. P. Popp, and D. Philipp. 2012. Improving Bermudagrass Pastures with Crimson and White Clover: An Estimation of Establishment Costs. Agron. J. 104:1517-1522

A.E. Bass, D. Philipp, K.P. Coffey, J.D. Caldwell, R.T. Rhein, A.N. Young, W.K. Coblentz. 2011. Chemical composition, intake by sheep, and in-situ disappearance in cannulated cows of bermudagrass hayed at two moisture concentrations and treated with a non-viable Lactobacillus-lactic acid preservative. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 171:43-51.

T.M. Zobeck, V.G. Allen, J.J. Cox, D. Philipp. 2011. Variation of soil and plant characteristics among old world bluestem species. Agric. Sci. Vol.2, No.3, 347-356.

Gadberry, M.S., D. Philipp, P. A. Beck, E. L. Brown, and J. A. Hawkins. 2011. Case Study: Impact of Grazing, Stage of Maturity at Harvest and Glycerol Treatment of Wheat Harvested as Silage. Prof. Anim. Sci. 27:257-261.

Philipp, D., K. J. Moore, J. F. Pedersen, R. J. Grant, D.D. Redfearn, and R.B. Mitchell.  2007.  Solid state fermentation of sorghum hybrids varying in extractable sugars. Biomass and Bioenergy 31:492-496.

Philipp, D., V.G. Allen, R.J. Lascano, C.P. Brown, and D.B. Wester.  2007.  Production and water use efficiency of three old world bluestems (Bothriochloa spp.).  Crop Sci. 47:787-794. 

Philipp, D., C.P. Brown, V.G. Allen, and D.B. Wester.  2006.  Mineral concentrations in three old world bluestems (Bothriochloa spp.) grown under irrigation in the Southern High Plains of Texas.  Crop Sci. 46:2033-2040. 

Philipp. D., V. G. Allen, R. B. Mitchell, C. P. Brown, and D. B. Wester.  2005.  Forage nutritive value and morphology of three old world bluestems (Bothriochloa spp.) under a range of irrigation levels.  Crop Sci. 45:2258-2268. 

 

Technical research reports

Philipp, D. 20XX. German translation of “An international terminology for grazing lands and grazing animals.” Allen, V.G. et al. (2011) (Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Oxford, UK.; submitted)

Philipp, D., and R. Rhein. 2016. Teff, pearl millet, and sorghum-sudangrass yields in Northwest Arkansas. ANSC Report Series.

Long, J., K. Coffey, J. Caldwell, D. Philipp, R. Rhein, and A. Young. 2016. Calcium and magnesium absorption and retention by growing goats offered diets with different calcium sources. Discovery, Vol. 17, Fall Semester.

Meyer, L., T. Devine, M. Looper, D. Philipp, D. Hubbell, R. Rorie, and C. Rosenkrans. 2015. Associations between heifer endocrine profiles and reproductive efficiency. ANSC Report Series.

Sanders, O., K. Coffey, A. Young, K. Bottoms, and D. Philipp. 2015. Co-product feeds as supplements for cows offered poor quality tall fescue hay. ANSC Report Series.

Clark, J., B.C. Shanks1, J.D. Caldwell, K.P. Coffey, W.K. Coblentz, R. E. Muck, D. Philipp, M.A. Borchardt, R.T. Rhein, A.N. Young, M.D. Basham, E.A. Backes, K.A. Center, W.E. Jokela, and M. G. Bertram. 2015. Effects of dairy slurry application and bale moisture concentration on voluntary intake and digestibility of alfalfa silage by sheep. ANSC Report Series.

Philipp D., and R. Rhein. 2015. Yield of summer annual forages. ANSC Report Series.

Simon, K., J. Jennings, D. Philipp, and R. Rhein. 2015. Bulb yield and quality of forage brassicas. ANSC Report Series.

Simon K., J. Jennings, D. Philipp, and R. Rhein. 2015. Nutritive value of turnip leaves from two harvests. ANSC Report Series.

Jennings, J., Kenny Simon, Leo Espinoza, Dirk Philipp, Shane Gadberry, Paul Beck, Paul Ballantyne, and Ronald Lathrop. 2014. Nontraditional Fertilizer Trial. Industry report.

Cummins, R., K. P. Coffey, N. E. Jack, K. S. Jogan, E. E. Gbur, R. T. Rhein, D. Philipp, M.Adams, W. B. Smith, K. N. Clayton. 2014. Palatability of Teff Grass by Horses. Discovery Magazine, Univ. of Arkansas

Simon, K., S. Jones, J. Jennings, R. Rhein, and D. Philipp. 2014. Forage Brassica Variety Trial in Northwest Arkansas. ANSC Report Series.

Smith, W.B., K.P. Coffey, R.T. Rhein, E.B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J.D. Caldwell and A.N. Young. 2014. Ruminal forage digestibility following a period of limit-feeding co-product feedstuffs. ANSC Report Series.

Coffey, K, A.N. Young, E.B. Kegley, J.A. Hornsby, J. Hollenback, and D. Philipp. 2013. Intake, digestibility and in situ disappearance of Bermuda grass hay diets supplemented with different types of distillers’ grains for lactating cows. ANSC Report Series.

Smith, W.B., K.P. Coffey, R.T. Rhein, E.B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J.D. Caldwell and A.N. Young. 2013. Intake, digestibility and ruminal fermentation characteristics of cows limit-fed co-product commodity feeds. ANSC Report Series.

Smith, W.B., K.P. Coffey, J.D. Tucker , D.S. Hubbell, III, E.B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J.D. Caldwell and A.N. Young. 2013. Production characteristics and blood metabolites of gestating cows limit-fed soybean hulls. ANSC Report Series

Devine, T. L., C.F. Rosenkrans, Jr., D. Philipp, D.S. Hubbell, III, E.B. Backes, A.J. Davis. 2013. Influence of growth-promoting implants on development of low weight replacement beef heifers. ANSC Report Series. T.D. Lester, R.W. Rorie, C.L. Orr, R. Rhein, and M.L. Looper.

Philipp, D., J. Jennings, D. Burner, B. McPeake, D. Pote, B. Woolley, and R. Rhein. 2013. Clover emergence and biomass production in wooded areas. ANSC Report Series.

Smith, W.B., K.P. Coffey, E.B. Kegley, J.D. Caldwell, A.N. Young, E.A. Backes, J. Kanani, and D. Philipp. 2013. Intake and digestibility of heat-damaged hay by Katahdin ewes.  ANSC Report Series.

Smith, W.B., K.P. Coffey, R.T. Rhein, E.B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J.D. Caldwell and A.N. Young. 2013. Intake, digestibility and ruminal fermentation characteristics of cows limit-fed co-product commodity feeds. ANSC Report Series.

Kanani, J., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, E. B. Kegley, C. P. West, S. Gadberry, J. Jennings, A. N. Young, and R. Rhein. 2012. Diurnal variation in fecal concentrations of indigestible-acid detergent fiber, acid-detergent insoluble ash, and alkaline-peroxide lignin from cattle fed bermudagrass hays of varying quality. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series.

Kanani, J., D. Philipp, K.P. Coffey, E. B. Kegley, C. P. West, S. Gadberry, J. Jennings, A.N. Young, and R. Rhein. 2012. In Situ Evaluation of Internal Markers for Predicting Digestibility and Fecal Output in Cattle Fed Various Bermudagrass Hays. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series.

Madzonga, Z., A. young, K. Coffey, D. philipp and E. kegley. 2012. Intake and digestibility, of bermudagrass hay by lactating beef cows offered corn or hominy feed as supplements. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series.

Madzonga, Z., A. Young, K. Coffey, E. Kegley and D. Philipp. 2012. Ruminal fermentation of bermudagrass hay by lactating beef cows offered corn or hominy feed as supplements. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series.

Ata, M., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Caldwell, E. B. Kegley, M. L. Looper, D. Philipp, D. S. Hubbell, III and C. F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2011. Relationship between polymorphisms in the prolactin promoter and cytochrome P450 genes and pre-weaning performance by steers weaned from wild-type or non-toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue pastures. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series

Ata, M., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Caldwell, E. B. Kegley, M. L. Looper, D. Philipp, D. S. Hubbell, III, and C. F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2011. Relationship between polymorphisms in the prolactin promoter and cytochrome P450 genes and post-weaning performance by steers weaned from wild-type or non-toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue pastures. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series

Briggs, B.E., T. G. Montgomery, K.P. Coffey, D. Philipp, P. B. Francis, J.D. Caldwell, W. A. Whitworth, and A. N. Young. 2011. Growth Performance by Heifers Grazing Annual Ryegrass Pastures Fertilized with Nitrogen or Overseeded with Crimson, Ladino, or both Crimson and Ladino Clovers during Spring—Three-year summary. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, D. Kreider, D. Philipp, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, J. Jennings, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2011. Post-weaning performance by spring and fall-born calves weaned from full access, limited access, or no access to ‘wild-type’ endophyte-infected tall fescue pastures – 3 Year Summary. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series

Kanani, J., D. Philipp, K.P. Coffey, A.N. Young, and R. Rhein. 2011. Nutritive value of pearl millet hay as affected by moisture concentration at time of baling. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series.

Ata, M., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Caldwell, A. N. Young, D. Philipp, E. Kegley, G. F. Erf , D. S. Hubbell, III, and C. F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Immune Function Responses of Spring and Fall-Born Calves Weaned from Wild-Type or Novel-Endophyte Infected Tall Fescue. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series 584:16-19.

Briggs, B. E., T. G. Montgomery, K. P. Coffey, D. Philipp, P. B. Francis, J. D. Caldwell, W. A. Whitworth, and A. N. Young. 2010. Growth Performance by Heifers Grazing Sod-Seeded Annual Ryegrass Pastures Fertilized with Nitrogen or Overseeded with Crimson, Ladino, or both Crimson and Ladino Clovers. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series 584:24-25.

Caldwell J., K. Coffey, D. Kreider, D. Philipp, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, J. Jennings, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Post-Weaning Performance by Spring and Fall-Born Steers Weaned from Full Access, Limited Access, or No Access to ‘Wild-Type’ Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue Pastures—2 Year Summary. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series 584:12-15.

Caldwell J., K. Coffey, C. West, D. Philipp, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, E. Kegley, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Performance by Spring and Fall-Calving Cows Grazing with Full Access, Limited Access, or No Access to Wild-Type Endophtye-Infected Fescue—3-Year Summary. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series 584:10-12.

Philipp, D., B. Briggs, K. Coffey, John Jennings, and R. Rhein. Clovers in Response to Broadcast vs. No-Till Drill Planting—Second Year Results. Arkansas Agri. Exper. Sta. Research Series 584:86-88.

Gadberry, M.S., D. Philipp, P. Beck, E. Brown, and J. Hawkins. 2009. Impact of Grazing, Stage of Maturity at Harvest and Glycerol Treatment of Wheat Harvested as Silage. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Philipp, D., K. Coffey, John Jennings, and R. Rhein. 2009. Establishment of Clovers in Response to Broadcast vs. No-Till Drill Planting Methods. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Caldwell, J.D., K. Coffey, D. Kreider, D. Philipp, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, J. Jennings, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2009. Post-Weaning Performance by Spring and Fall-Born Calves Weaned from Full Access, Limited Access, or No Access to ‘Wild-Type’ Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue Pastures – Year 1. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, D. Kreider, D. Philipp, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, J. Jennings, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2009. Performance by Spring and Fall-Calving Cows Grazing with Full Access, Limited Access, or No Access to Wild-Type Endophtye-Infected Fescue – 2 year summary. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Hubbell III., D., K. Coffey, J. Tucker, T. Hess, J. Caldwell, D. Philipp, and A. Young. 2009. Growth Performance by Weaned Calves Grazing Wheat Pasture Managed Using Various Rotational Grazing Frequencies. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Montgomery, T.G., K.P. Coffey, D. Philipp, P. B. Francis, J.D. Caldwell, W.A. Whitworth, and A. N. Young. 2009. Growth Performance by Heifers Grazing Sod-seeded Annual Ryegrass Pastures Fertilized with Nitrogen or Overseeded with Crimson, Ladino, or both Crimson and Ladino Clovers. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Ata, M.A., K.P. Coffey, J.D. Caldwell, A. N. Young, D. Philipp, E. Kegley, G.F. Erf, D.S. Hubbell, III, and C.F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2009. Immune Function Responses of Spring-Born Calves Weaned from Wild-type or Novel-Endophyte Infected Tall Fescue. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Coffey, K., G. Montgomery, J. Greenburg, D. Hubbell, J. Caldwell, D. Philipp, and L. Hardin. 2008. Glycerol as a Supplement for Weaned Calves Grazing Wheat Pasture. Arkansas Anim. Sci. Dept. Report. 563, 48-49. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, D. Philip, and C.F. Rosenkrans, Jr. Performance by Spring- and Fall-Calving Cows Grazing with Full Access, Limited Access, or No Access to Endophtye-Infected Fescue. 2008. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Killion, A.E., D.Philipp, K.P. Coffey, L.A. Hardin, and J.D. Caldwell. 2008. Effects of a Lactic Acid/Lactobacillus Product and Bale Moisture on the Voluntary Intake and Digestibility of Bermudagrass Hay by Lambs and on In Situ Digestibility by Cannulated Heifers. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Hardin, L.A., K.P. Coffey, A.E. Killion, J.D. Caldwell, D. Philipp,W. Coblentz. 2008. Effect of a Lactic Acid-lactobacillus Preservative and Moisture Concentration at Baling on Intake and Digestibility of Crabgrass Hay by Lambs and In-situ Digestibility by Heifers. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Hardin, L.A., K.P. Coffey, A.E. Killion, J.D. Caldwell, D. Philipp,W. Coblentz. 2008. Effect of a Lactic Acid-lactobacillus Preservative and Moisture Concentration at Baling on Intake and Digestibility of Crabgrass Hay by Lambs and In-situ Digestibility by Heifers. Department of Animals Science, Research Reports. University of Arkansas.

Philipp, D., and W. Gamboa. 2004.  Observaciones sobre el sistema mucuna-maíz en laderas de Waslala, región atlántica de Nicaragua.  Revista Agronomía Mesoamericana, Volume 14(2):215-221. 

Philipp. D. 2002. Research on water use of forages. In: Sustainable crop/livestock systems in the Texas High Plains. Project summaries and other forage research studies. Texas Tech University, Department of Plant and Soil Science, Lubbock, TX.

Gamboa, W., D. Philipp, and J. Pohlan. 1996. Chances and obstacles for a sustainable agriculture with chayote (Sechium edule) in the Valley of Ujarrás, Costa Rica. Der Tropenlandwirt. Beiträge zur tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinärmedizin. 97th Volume, April, p. 85-94.

Gamboa, W., D. Philipp, and O. Serano. 1996. Jardín Botánico de plantas medicinales, aromáticas y plaguicidas del Valle de Ujarrás, Costa Rica. Ceiba. Volume 37(2):317-321.

 

Abstracts

Niyigena, V., K. P. Coffey, W. K. Coblentz, D. Philipp, A. N. Young, and R. T. Rhein. 2017. Effect of delayed wrapping and wrapping source on nitrogen balance and blood urea nitrogen in gestating sheep offered alfalfa silage.

Philipp, D., R. Rhein, V. Niyigena, D. Bignar, and A. Selman. 2017. Interseeding options for thinning alfalfa stands. Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference (SPFCIC), Knoxville, TN.

Jennings, J. A., K. Simon, S. Gadberry, P. Beck, D. Philipp, and D. Hubbell300 Days Grazing Program “It’s About Time”. In 2017 Proceedings of the

Simon, K.J., D. Philipp, J. A. Jennings, and R. RheinInfluence of planting date on late fall dry matter yield of spring oat, winter oat, and winter wheat. In 2017 Proceedings of the

Niyigena, V., K. P. Coffey, W. K. Coblentz, D. Philipp, A. N. Young, R. T. Rhein, H. Bartimus. 2016. Correlation of fermentation characteristics with intake and digestibility of alfalfa silage in gestating ewes. ASAS, Salt Lake City.

Philipp, D., and K. Coffey. 2016. Valuation of grassland ecosystems services for sustainable livestock production. Southern Forage and Crop Improvement Conference (SPFCIC), West-Monroe. LA.

Bartimus, H.L., Montgomery, T.G., Philipp, D., Cater, J., Coffey, K.P., Shanks, B.C. 2016. Mob grazing effects on cattle performance in southeastern Arkansas. ASAS Midwestern Section, Des Moines, IA.

Niyigena, V., K. P. Coffey, W. K. Coblentz, D. Philipp, A. N. Young, R. T. Rhein, J. K. Clark. 2016. Effect of delayed wrapping and wrapping source on intake and digestibility of alfalfa silage in sheep.

Long, J.E., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Caldwell, D. Philipp, R. T. Rhein, A. N. Young. 2016. Calcium and magnesium absorption and retention by growing goats offered diets with different calcium sources.

Philipp, D., B. Haggard, A. Sharpley, T. Simmons, and R. Rhein. 2015. Effects of cattle diets on nutrient concentrations in fecal patches and runoff from small plots. Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference, Annual Meeting; Apalachicola, Fl.

Meyer L.R., Thomas L. Devine, Michael L. Looper, Dirk Philipp, Donald S. Hubbell III, Rick W. Rorie, and Charles F. Rosenkrans Jr. 2015. Influence of growth-promoting implants on endocrine factors and efficiency of replacement beef heifers. ASAS annual meeting. Orlando, Fl.

Clark J.K., Bruce C. Shanks, James D. Caldwell, Ken P. Coffey, Wayne K. Coblentz, R. E. Muck, Dirk Philipp, M. A. Borchardt, Robert T. Rhein, Ashley N. Young, Marshal D. Basham, W. E. Jokela, Elizabeth A. Backes, Keith A. Center, M. G. Bertram. 2015. Effects of dairy slurry application and bale moisture concentration on voluntary intake and digestibility of alfalfa silage by sheep. ASAS annual meeting. Orlando, Fl.

Smith, W.B., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Tucker, D. S. Hubbell, R. T. Rhein, E. B. Kegley, D. Philipp, J. D. Caldwell, and A. N. Young. 2014. Production, digestion and ruminal fermentation by beef cattle limit-fed co-product feedstuffs. ASAS Southern Section Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Cummins, R.R., K. P. Coffey, N. E. Jack, K. Jogan, E. E. Gbur, R.T. Rhein, D. Philipp, M. Adams, W. B. Smith, and K. N. Clayton. 2014. Palatability of teff grass by horses. ASAS Southern Section Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Simon, K.J., S.M. Jones, J.J. Jennings, R. Rhein, and D. Philipp. 2014. Forage Brassica species variety trial. SPFCIC, Biloxi, MS.

Devine T., C. F. Rosenkrans, D. Philipp, D. Hubbell, E. A. Backes, A. Davis, T. Lester, R. W. Rorie, C. Orr, R. T. Rhein, and M. L. Looper. 2014. Growth and reproduction of replacement beef heifers is influenced by growth-promoting implants.

Kanani J., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, E. Kegley, C. West, S. Gadberry, A. N. Young, R. Rhein. 2013. Prediction of nutritive quality of bermudagrass hays using internal marker and the current Arkansas TDN equation. SPFCIC, Tyler, TX.

Devine, T.D., C.F. Rosenkrans, Jr., D. Philipp, D.S. Hubbell, III, E.B. Backes, A.J. Davis, T.D. Lester, R.W. Rorie, C.L. Orr, R. Rhein, and M.L. Looper. 2013. Growth and reproduction of replacement beef heifers is influenced by growth-promoting implants. ASAS Southern Section Meeting.

Smith, W.B., K.P. Coffey, E.B. Kegley, J.D. Caldwell, A.N. Young, E.A. Backes, J. Kanani, and D. Philipp. 2013. Intake and digestibility of heat-damaged hay by Katahdin ewes. J. Anim. Sci. 91 (Suppl. 2):80.

Coffey, K. P., A. N. Young, E. B. Kegley, P. Hornsby, J. Hollenback, D. Philipp. 2013. Intake, in situ disappearance, and ruminal fermentation characteristics of bermudagrass hay diets supplemented with different types of distillers’ grains for lactating cows. ASAS Midwest Section Meeting, Des Moines, IA.

Jennings, J.A., D. Philipp, K. J. Simon, and R. Poling. Are producers really managing legumes in pastures? 2013. In Proceedings of the

Kanani, J., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, E. B. Kegley, C. P. West, S. Gadberry, J. Jennings, A. Young, and R. Rhein. 2012. Digestibility and fecal output prediction using acid-detergent lignin, alkaline-peroxide lignin, and acid-detergent insoluble ash in cattle offered bermudagrass hays of varying quality. ASAS Joint annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Kanani, J., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, E. B. Kegley, C. P. West, S. Gadberry, J. Jennings, A. Young, and R. Rhein. 2012. Diurnal variation in fecal concentrations of indigestibleacid detergent fiber, acid-detergent insoluble ash, and alkalineperoxide lignin from cattle offered bermudagrass hays of varying quality. ASAS Joint annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Philipp, D., Popp, M., Coffey, K., Savin, M., Jennings, J. 2012. Beef Cattle Production on Grass-legume Mixes: Economic Implications of Establishment Methods and Grazing Systems Performance. Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference, San Juan, PR.

Ata, M., K. P. Coffey, J. D. Caldwell, E. B. Kegley, M. L. Looper, A. N. Young, D. Philipp, D. S. Hubbell, III, and C. F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2011. Relationship between polymorphisms in the prolactin promoter and cytochrome P450 genes, and feedlot performance by steers weaned from wild-type or non-toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue pastures. J. Anim. Sci. 89 (E-Suppl. 2):153.

Coffey, K., J. Caldwell, J. Jennings, D. Philipp, A. Young, J. Tucker, D. Hubbell, III, T. Hess, M. Looper, C. West, M. Savin, M. Popp, D. Kreider, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2011. Performance by spring and fall-calving cows grazing with full access, limited access, or no access to toxic, wild-type endophyte -infected tall fescue – 3-year summary. Proc. Am. For. Grassl. Council. French Lick, IN.

Coffey, K., J. Caldwell, J. Jennings, D. Philipp, A. Young, J. Tucker, D. Hubbell, III, C. West, M. Savin, M. Popp, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr.. 2011. Forage quality, ergot alkaloid concentrations, and species composition from toxic wild-type and non-toxic, novel endophyte infected tall fescue pastures grazed by cow-calf pairs. Proc. Am. For. Grassl. Council. French Lick, IN.

Coffey, K., J. Caldwell, J. Jennings, D. Philipp, A. Young, J. Tucker, D. Hubbell, III, C. West, M. Savin, M. Popp, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2011. Forage quality, ergot alkaloid concentrations, and species composition from toxic wild-type and non-toxic, novel endophyte infected tall fescue pastures grazed by cow-calf pairs. American Forage and Grasslands Council, annual meeting, French Lick, IN.

Kanani, J., K. Coffey, D. Philipp. 2011. Intake, digestibility, and internal marker recovery of bermudagrass fed to cattle. American Society of Animal Science, annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Philipp, D., K. Coffey, and A. Bass. 2011. Effects of Hay Preservatives on Hay Quality, Intake, and Digestion. Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference, annual meeting, Aiken, SC.

Philipp, Dirk, Mary C. Savin, Kenneth P. Coffey, Bradley E. Briggs. 2011. Utilization of legumes in cattle grazing systems to minimize synthetic N input. Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Austin, TX.

Philipp, Dirk, Ken Coffey, Brad Briggs, Charles Stephens, and Jennifer Harrison. 2011. Establishment strategies for crimson and white clovers in the southeastern US. Agronomy Society of America, annual meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Philipp, D., M. Popp, K. Coffey, M. Savin, J. Jennings. 2011. Beef cattle production on grass-legume mixes: Economic Implications of establishment methods and grazing systems performance. 2011. USDA-NIFA/AFRI, annual project directors meeting, Miami, FL.

Simon, K.S., J. A. Jennings, M. S. Gadberry, D. Philipp, and D. S. Hubbell, III. 2011. No-till vs. broadcast and drag methods for establishment of white clover in fescue sod. American Forage and Grassland Council.

Ata, M. A. K. P. Coffey, J. D. Caldwell, E. B. Kegley, M. L. Looper A. N. Young, D. Philipp, C. P. West, G. F. Erf, D. S. Hubbell, III, and C. F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Immune function responses by spring and fall-born calves weaned from wild-type or non-toxic endophyte-infected tall fescue. J. Anim. Sci. 88(E-Suppl. 2):54.

Briggs, B. E., T. G. Montgomery, K. P. Coffey, D. Philipp, P. B. Francis, J. D. Caldwell, W. A. Whitworth, and A. N. Young. 2010. Performance of Selected Forage Legumes in the Lower Midwest. Proc. Am. For. Grassl. Council. June 21-23, 2010, Springfield, MO.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, M. Looper, D. Kreider, E. Kegley, J. Jennings, C. West, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, T. Hess, M. Popp, M. Savin, D. Philipp, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Biological parameters by spring and fall-calving cows grazing with full access, limited access, or no access to endophyte-infected tall fescue – 2 year summary. J. Anim. Sci. 88 (E-Suppl. 2):54.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, D. Philipp, K. Krehbiel, B. Holland, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, E. Kegley, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Post-weaning performance by spring and fall-born steers weaned from full access, limited access, or no access to endophyte -infected tall fescue – 2 year summary. J. Anim. Sci.88 (Suppl. 3):133.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, C. West, D. Philipp, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, E. Kegley, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Use of novel endophyte fescue for cows. Proc. Am. For. Grassl. Council. June 21-23, 2010, Springfield, MO.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, D. Philipp, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, J. Tucker, A. Young, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, E. Kegley, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2010. Using limited acreage of non-toxic, novel endophyte-infected tall fescue for spring and fall-calving cows grazing toxic, wild-type endophyte infected fescue. J. Anim. Sci. 88(E-Suppl. 3):12.

Coffey, K. P., L. A. Hardin, A. E. Killion, J. D. Caldwell, D. Philipp, W. Coblentz. 2010. Effect of a lactic acid-lactobacillus preservative and moisture concentration at baling on intake and digestibility of crabgrass hay by lambs and in-situ digestibility by heifers. Proc. Am. For. Grassl. Council. June 21-23, 2010, Springfield, MO.

Kanani, J., D. Philipp, K. P. Coffey, A. N. Young, R. Rhein, and J. D. Caldwell. 2010. Nutritive value of pearl millet hay as affected by moisture concentration and bale sampling depth. J. Anim. Sci. 88 (E-Suppl. 2):55.

Philipp, D., Popp, M., Coffey, K., Savin, M., Jennings, J. 2010. Beef cattle production on grass-legume mixes: Economic implications of establishment methods. USDA/AFRI Project Directors Meeting, Washington, DC.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey,D. Philipp, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp,M. Savin, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2009. Post-wean performance by spring and fall-born steer calves weaned from full access, limited access, or no access to endophyte-infected tall fescue. Midwestern Meeting of ASAS. Des Moines, Iowa. Abstract No. 289.

Caldwell, J.D., A. E. Killion, L. A. Hardin, K. P. Coffey, A. N. Young, D. Philipp, and W. Coblentz. 2009. Effect of a lactic acid-lactobacillus preservative and moisture level at baling on in-situ digestibility of crabgrass hay by heifers. Midwestern Meeting of ASAS. Des Moines, Iowa. Abstract No. 299.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, D. Philipp, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell,III, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, and C.Rosenkrans, Jr. 2008. Performance by spring and fall-calving cows grazing with full access, limited access, or no access to endophyte-infected tall fescue. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 86, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 91, E-Suppl. 1 pg 536.

Hardin, L., A. Killion, J. Caldwell, K. Coffey, D. Philipp, and W. Coblentz. 2008. Effect of a lactic acid-lactobacillus product and bale moisture on forage quality, and voluntary intake and digestibility of crabgrass hay by lambs. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 86, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 91, E-Suppl. 1 pg 28.

Killion, A., D. Philipp, K. Coffey, R. Rhein, L. Hardin, and J. Caldwell. 2008. Effects of Lactic Acid/lactobacillus Product and Bale Moisture on Forage Quality of Stored Bermudagrass Hay Square Bales. ASA Annual Meetings, Houston, TX.

Killion, A., D. Philipp, K. Coffey, L. Hardin, and J. Caldwell. 2008. Effects of Lactic Acid/lactobacillus Product and Bale Moisture on Voluntary Intake and Digestibility of Bermudagrass Hay by Lambs, and in Situ Digestibility by Cannulated Heifers. ASA Annual Meetings, Houston, TX.

Caldwell, J., K. Coffey, D. Philipp, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2008. Performance by spring and fall-calving cow grazing with full access, limited access, or no access to endophyte -infected tall fescue. Annual Meeting, American Society of Animal Science, Indianapolis, IN.

Hardin, L., A. Killion, J. Caldwell, K. Coffey, D. Philipp, and W. Coblentz. 2008. Effect of a lactic acid-lactobacillus product and bale moisture on forage quality, and voluntary intake and digestibility of crabgrass hay by lambs. Annual Meeting, American Society of Animal Science, Indianapolis, IN.

Allen, V. G., D. Philipp, W. Cradduck, P. Brown, and R. Kellison. 2007. Water dynamics in integrated crop-livestock systems. Proc. Simpósio Internacional em Integraçâo Lavoura-Pecuâria. 13, 14, and 15 August, 2007. Curitiba, Parana, Brazil

Philipp, D., K. Moore, T. Richard, and P. Patrick. 2006. Pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass with acidic and enzymatic additives. Proceedings ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting; Indianapolis, IN. 

Philipp. D. 2006. Water use and forage nutritive value of three old world bluestems in the Texas High Plains. In: New Deal project summaries and other related research. Texas Tech University, Department of Plant and Soil Science, Lubbock, TX.

Philipp, D., K. Moore, T. Richard, and P. Patrick. 2005. Pretreatment strategies for preservation of lignocellulosic biomass.  Proceedings ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting; Salt Lake City, UT. 

Philipp, D., V.G. Allen, and C.P. Brown. 2003.  Water use efficiency and forage nutritive value of three old world bluestems grown in the Southern High Plains of Texas.  Proceedings ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting; Denver, CO. 

 

Extension Publications

Factsheets (accessible at uaex.edu)

Philipp, D., K. Jogan, and M. Russell. 2018. Forages for horse grazing in Arkansas. FS

Jennings, J, Simon, K., Philipp, D., and Beck, P. 2016. Interseeding alfalfa in bermudagrass sods. FSA 3141 (original manuscript).

Jennings, J., Beck P., Philipp, D., Wallace, J.L. 2016. Cogongrass: A potentially invasive weed in Arkansas. FSA 2161 (major revision).

Austin, B.J., D. Philipp, and B.E. Haggard. 2016. Interpretation of the livestock water report form provided by the Arkansas Water Resources Center – Water Quality Laboratory. FSA, in press (original manuscript).

Mays, N., J. Gunsaulis, K. Michaels, D. Philipp. 20XX. Applying poultry litter to forage crops. FSA, submitted (original manuscript).

Philipp, D. 2015. Strategies for Livestock Management in Riparian Zones in Arkansas. FSA 3129 (minor revision).

Philipp, D., and K, Simon. 2015. Watering systems for Ponds. FSA 3128 (major revision).

Jennings, J., P. Beck, D. Philipp, K. Simon. 2014. Crabgrass for forage. FSA 3138 (Original manuscript).

Philipp, D. 2014. Forage Systems. In: Backgrounding MP379 (Major revision).

Philipp, D. 2014. Water quality and quantity for livestock during a drought. In: Drought Management and Recovery for Livestock Systems. (Troxel, T. et al., MP; Original manuscript).

Philipp, D. and J. Jennings. 2013. Forage Lespedeza. FSA 3050.

Philipp, D. J. Jennings, P. Beck. 2013. Annual and Perennial Forage Clovers for Arkansas. FSA 3137.

Philipp, D., J. Jennings. 2012. FSA 2035, Forage legume inoculation. Revision

Jennings, J., K. Simon, D. Philipp, and P. Beck. 2012. FSA3134, Interseeding Clover and Legumes in Grass Sod.

Jennings, J., K. Simon, P. Beck, S. Gadberry, S. Jones, T. Troxel, and D. Philipp. 2012. FSA 3133, Grazing stockpiled forages to Reduce Hay Feeding During Fall and Winter.

Philipp, D., K. Teague, K. Vandevender. 2011. Beef cattle management for water quality protection in Arkansas. MP 375, University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture.

Jennings, J., P. Beck, D. Philipp, and J. Wallace. 2010. Cogongrass: A potential invasive weed in Arkansas. FSA, University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture.

Pennington, J., D. Philipp, B.E. Haggard, and A.N. Sharpley. 2009. Agricultural Best Managment Practices. In L.B. Massey et al. (ed.) Best Management Practices for the Upper Illinois River Watershed. Arkansas Water Resources Center MSC Publication, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Philipp, D. 2009. Strategies for Livestock Management in Riparian Zones in Arkansas. FSA-3129, University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture.

Philipp, D. 2009. Watering Systems for Cattle Ponds. FSA-3128, University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture.

Philipp, D. and J.A. Jennings. 2007. Management of Hay Production. www.uaex.edu/other_areas/ publications/MP43.pdf.

 

Newsletter/Popular Press articles

(2017)

ANSC E-News:

Philipp, D. Pasture weed control is a long-term effort

Philipp, D. Options for thinning alfalfa stands

ABIP Cattle Business:

Philipp, D. 2017. Streambanks are worthwhile protecting

Niyigena, V, and D. Philipp. 2017. Cow-calf reproductive strategies on tall fescue

Dairy E-News:

Philipp, D. 2017. Herbicide-resistant alfalfa helps diversify the forage base

Philipp, D. 2017. Riparian zone management

Forage/Beef Cattle Tips:

Recurring monthly postings on forage management (Simon, Jennings, Philipp)

Popular Press/Media Outlets (topics and featured outlets):

  1. Philipp, D. and. M. Hightower. Planting depth
    1. Livestock News
    2. Harrison Daily
    3. The Cabin
    4. Farm Talk Newspaper
    5. Hay & Forage Grower
  2. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Weed control during the winter months
    1. AgWeb
    2. AgFax Weed Solutions
  3. Philipp, D. and Jody Henke. Sampling for hay for winter feeding
    1. Successful Farming radio show, Des Moines, IA
  4. Philipp D., and F. Miller. Pollinator plots
    1. Carroll Co. News
    2. De Queen Bee
    3. Stuttgart Daily Leader
    4. Newton Co. Times
    5. Magnolia Banner News
    6. High Plains Journal
    7. Talk Business & Politics
  5. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Hay storage consideration
    1. High Plains Journal
    2. Magnolia Reporter
    3. Newton County Times
    4. Ozarksfn.com
  6. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Native grass management
  7. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Stockpiling fescue
    1. Dairy Herd Management
    2. High Plains Journal
  8. Philip, D. and M. Hightower. Johnsongrass management for different livestock
  9. Philipp, D. and R. McGeeney. Management of novel-endophyte-fescue during summer
    1. Drovers
    2. AgWeb
    3. MAFG
  10. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Interseeding alfalfa stands
  11. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Horse Pasture Management
    1. AgWatch Network
    2. Magnolia Reporter
    3. Gourmet Grazing Pasture Care, LLC.
    4. Farmers Coop
    5. Howard Co. UAEX Ag
    6. Newton Co. Times
  12. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Johnsongrass control
  13. Philipp, D. Fencing options for cattle ponds
    1. Gallagher Co. Web story
  14. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Management of fescue hay
  15. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Native grass establishment
    1. Madison Co. Record
    2. Nashville News Leader
    3. High Plains Journal
    4. Hay and Forage
  16. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Alfalfa nutrient removal
    1. Mena Star
    2. Johnson Co. Graphic
    3. AgWatch Network
  17. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Nutrient removal in hay
  18. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Usage options for old hay bales
    1. Batesville Daily Guard
    2. Madison Co. Record
    3. Murfreesboro Diamond
    4. McGehee/Dermot Times News
    5. Ashley Co. Leader
    6. England Democrat
    7. Carroll Co. News
    8. Booneville Democrat
    9. Yourcattle.com
    10. Delta farm press
  19. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Cattle shade considerations
    1. Delta Farm Press
    2. Johnson Co. Graphic
    3. Nashville News Leader
    4. Pine Bluff Commercial
    5. Stuttgart Daily Leader
    6. Carroll Co. News
    7. Farm2Ranch
  20. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Fence row cleanup
    1. Carroll Co. News
  21. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Storm season and water use
  22. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Seeder maintenance
    1. Newton Co. Times
  23. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Winter weed control
    1. Johnson Co. Graphic
    2. Agfaxweedsolutions.com
  24. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Hay sampling the right way
    1. Johnson Co. Graphic
    2. The Stock exchange news
    3. Dairyherd.com
    4. Thepacker.com
  25. Sydney Sleep. Early spring fertilizer pays dividends (based on article by D. Philipp and Info from John Jennings)
    1. Hay and Forage Grower
  26. Husband, L. and Philipp, D. ANSC fall newsletter; article on North Farm research and collaboration update

 

(2016)

ANSC E-News:

Philipp, D. 2016. Ecosystems services may be key for future farm income

Philipp, D. 2016. Weed control, weed control, weed control…

ABIP Cattle Business:

Philipp, D. 2016. Forage quality and grazing methods

Philipp, D. 2016. Teff has its place in a forage program—with some considerations

Dairy E-News:

Philipp, D. 2016. Making the most of your water resources.

Philipp, D. 2016. Soil sampling vital to soil health and fertility

Forage/Beef Cattle Tips:

Recurring monthly postings on forage management (Simon, Jennings, Philipp)

Popular Press/Media Outlets (topics and featured outlets):

(24 articles, featured 81 times in outlets)

Philipp, D., and M. Hightower. Forage gap warfare Hay and Forage Grower

  1. Jennings, J., Simon, K., and Philipp, D. Comparing spring oats, fall oats, and winter wheats
  2. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Managing fescue
    1. AgWeb
    2. Pine Bluff Commercial
    3. Farms.com
    4. High Plains Journal
    5. De Queen Bee
    6. Johnson Co. Graphic
  3. Philipp, D. and K. Simon. Watering cattle from ponds
    1. On Pasture
  4. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Cattle raising in the Southeast posing challenges
    1. Carrol Co. News
    2. Advance Monticellonian
    3. Paris Express-Progress
  5. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Watering cattle in high ambient temperatures
    1. North Arkansas Livestock Auction
    2. Arkansas Business
    3. Cattle Network
    4. High Plains Journal
    5. Farms.com
    6. Paris Express-Progress
    7. De Queen Bee
  6. Philipp, D., and M. Hightower. Spring time grazing strategies
    1. Pine Bluff Commercial
    2. Ashley News Observer
    3. Paris Express-Progress
    4. Carroll Co. News
    5. Plant Management Network
    6. AgWeb
    7. High Plains Journal
  7. Philipp, D. Presentation on water quality project / Monticello stream project
    1. Report by Boone County Conservation District Letter
  8. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Alfalfa fertilization
    1. Farm Talk Newspaper
    2. Dairy Herd
    3. AgWatch Network
    4. Ashley News Observer
    5. Pine Bluff Commercial
  9. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Livestock fence maintenance
    1. Magnolia Reporter
    2. Newton County Times
    3. Pine Bluff Commercial
    4. High Plains Journal
    5. Nashville News
    6. Montgomery Co. News
    7. De Queen Bee
    8. Montgomery Co. News
    9. Glenwood Herald
    10. Ashley News Observer
    11. Carroll Co. News
  10. Philipp. D. and M. Hightower. Pasture fertilization
    1. Arkansas Democrat Gazette/Three Rivers edition
    2. Johnson Co. Graphic
    3. Drovers
    4. Stuttgart Daily Leader
    5. Cattle Men’s News, Joplin Regional Stockyards
    6. Daily Siftings Herold
  11. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Dragging manure piles for nutrient cycling
    1. Carroll Co. News
    2. Flippin Mountaineer Echo
    3. Ashley News Observer
    4. Johnson Co. Graphic
    5. Paris Express-Progress
    6. MacDonald County Press
    7. Press Reader
    8. The Cattle Site
    9. Madison Co. Extension Service (Facebook)
  12. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Stockpiling of forages
    1. Doane Community
    2. Cattle Network
  13. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Riparian buffer management
    1. Ag Watch Network
  14. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Nutrient supply in pastures—what cattle really contribute
    1. AgWatch Network
    2. Cattle Network
    3. High Plains Journal
    4. The Beef Site
    5. The Dairy Site
    6. De Queen Bee
    7. Carroll Co. News
  15. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Review of grazing methods
    1. AgWeb
    2. Cattle Network
  16. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Quality-hay making
  17. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Legume management for reseeding
    1. Pine Bluff Commercial
    2. Johnson Co. Graphic
  18. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Pasture maintenance during the winter months
  19. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Agroforestry research
    1. ANSC August Newsletter
  20. Jennings, Beck, Philipp, Simon. Fall and winter forage options
    1. Forage Grower
  21. Philipp, D. and D. Edmark. Legume grazing strategies
    1. AgWatch Network
    2. Farms.com
    3. High Plains Journal
  22. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Managing weeds in warm-season pastures
    1. AgWeb
  23. Philipp, D., M.Hightower, and R. McGeeney. Fenceline weaning
    1. AgNews Feed
    2. McDonald County Press
    3. Johnson Co. Graphic
    4. Paris Express Progress
    5. Malvern Daily Record
    6. Flippin Mountaineer Echo

 

(2015)

MPs:

Philipp, D. and J. Jennings. 2015. Management of Hay Production. MP 434 (major revision).

ANSC E-News:

Philipp, D. Grazing management of summer annual grasses

Philipp, D. Choosing the right cutting height for alfalfa stands

Simon, K., D. Philipp, J. Jennings, R. Rhein, and S. Gadberry. Bulb yield of forage turnips.

ABIP Cattle Business:

Philipp, D. Alleviating heat stress in cattle

Philipp, D. How to make your farm more drought resilient

Dairy E-News:

Philipp, D. Fertilization of alfalfa stands

Philipp, D. Dung beetles – what’s all about them?

Philipp, D. Soil nutrient management

ANSC Facebook posts:

4 short postings throughout the year on current issues.

Forage/Beef Cattle Tips:

Recurring monthly postings on forage management (Simon, Jennings, Philipp)

Popular Press/Media Outlets (topics and featured outlets):

  1. Philipp, D., and M. Hightower. Alfalfa cutting
    1. Drovers
    2. Carroll Co. News
    3. Johnson Co. Graphic
  2. Henderson L., and D. Philipp. Hay storage.
    1. Joplin Stockyards Cattleman’s News
  3. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Forage harvest strategies
    1. Drovers
  4. Philipp D., R. McGeeney, and M. Hightower. Grazing methods
    1. Drovers
    2. Carroll Co. News
    3. Johnson Co. News
  5. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Management of warm season pastures
    1. Clay Co. Courier
  6. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Weed management in pastures
    1. Pocahontas Star Herald
    2. Fordyce News Advocate
    3. Johnson Co. Graphic
    4. Ashley News Observer
  7. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Water needs for cattle
    1. High Plains Journal
    2. Carroll Co. News
    3. Drovers
    4. Johnson Co. Graphic
  8. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Warm-season annual forages
    1. Drovers
    2. High Plains Journal
    3. Johnson Co. Graphic
    4. Paris Express Progress
    5. Carroll Co. News
    6. Arkansas Democrat Gazette (Three Rivers)
    7. Pocahontas Star Herald
    8. Henderson L., and D. Philipp. Fescue management
    9. Joplin Regional Stockyard Cattleman’s News
  9. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Hay equipment maintenance
    1. Newport Independent
    2. Carroll Co. News
  10. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Stockpiling bermudagrass
    1. Drovers
    2. MAFG
    3. High Plains Journal
    4. Paris Express Progress
    5. Pine Bluff Commercial
    6. Newton Co. Times
    7. Johnson Co. News
    8. Nashville News
    9. Carroll Co. News
  11. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Prussic acid
    1. Carroll Co. News
  12. Philipp D., and M. Hightower. Testing soil quality
    1. AgWeb
    2. Saline Courier
    3. Carroll Co. News
  13. Kneeskern S. Challenges of cattle production in the Southeast (Philipp et al. 2015)
    1. ASAS Taking Stock News release about published article
  14. Philipp D., and F. Miller. Summer annual grasses
    1. Online video release
    2. Land and Life
  15. Philipp D., and F. Miller. Shade for cattle
    1. Online video release
    2. Land and Life
  16. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Fall planting of legumes
    1. Drovers
    2. Arkansas Democrat Gazette (River Valley & Ozark)
    3. Ozark Spectator
    4. Nashville News
  17. Friedrichs H., and D. Philipp. Faculty Spotlight/ feces runoff study
    1. Center for Agricultural and Rural Sustainability
  18. Bryant, K., D. Philipp, and J. Rushing. Field day to focus on pasture conditions
    1. Stuttgart Daily Leader
    2. Drovers Cattle Network
  19. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Dung beetles in pastures
  20. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Benefits of cover crops
  21. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Making pastures pollinator friendly

 

(2014)

ANSC E-News:

Philipp, D. Native warm-season grasses can be part of your forage program.

ABIP Cattle Business:

Philipp, D. Managing nitrogen in pastures.

Philipp, D. Summer annual forages help close gaps.

 

Dairy E-News:

Philipp, D. Managing phosphorus in pasture-based dairies.

Philipp. D. Forage quality affects bottom line.

Forage/Beef Cattle Tips:

Simon, K., J. Jennings, and D. Philipp. Monthly tips for beef cattle and forage management.

Popular Press:

  1. Philipp, D. and Amanda Erichsen. 2014. Winter annual legumes.
  2. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Prussic acid in forages
  3. Philipp, D and M. Hightower. 2014. Forage stockpiling
  4. Philipp, D. and Amanda Erichsen. 2014. Planning for winter feeding.
  5. Philipp, D. and Amanda Erichsen. 2014. Tall fescue varieties.
  6. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Native warm season grasses.
  7. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Summer annual forages.
  8. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Managing phosphorus in pastures.
  9. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014 Acreage, livestock demand, drought, winterkill boost value of alfalfa, hay.
  10. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Keeping stock tanks clean means healthier cattle, higher productivity.
  11. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Soil testing necessary to reap benefits of alfalfa use for hay.
  12. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Getting hay equipment ready for the new season.
  13. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Minimizing the risks of fescue toxicosis in cattle.
  14. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. 2014. Alfalfa’s benefits to livestock, soil worth the effort.
  15. Philipp, D. and M Hightower. 2014. Lime applications in pastures
  16. Philipp, D. and J. Newberry. 2014. Runoff study with cattle feces
  17. Philipp, D. Four new educational videos from the Animal Science Department. ANSC Blog

(2013)

ANSC E-News:

Philipp, D. Management of old world bluestem.

Philipp, D. Weed management is important for maintaining healthy pastures.

ABIP Cattle Business:

Philipp, D. Maintaining soil fertility in pastures.

Philipp, D. Phosphorus best management practices help protect water quality.

Dairy E-News:

Philipp, D. Making sense of the nitrogen cycle.

Philipp, D. Regular soil sampling is important for maintain fertility of pasture soils.

Popular Press:

  1. Philipp, D., and M. Hightower. Shade structures for livestock.
  2. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Alfalfa pests.
  3. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Grassed waterways.
  4. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Hay moisture metering.
  5. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Timing hay harvest.
  6. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Improperly stored hay may spontaneously combust.
  7. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Fences can help protect water quality.
  8. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Nitrogen cycle in pastures.
  9. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Soil organic matter.
  10. Philipp, D., M. Hightower. Nitrate and prussic acid in forages.
  11. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Drought management of pastures.
  12. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Proper soil sampling techniques.
  13. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Winter annual legumes.
  14. Berry, J., M. Hightower, D. Philipp. Hay fire.
  15. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Hay sampling methods.
  16. Philipp, D., M. Hightower. No-till drill setup.
  17. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Inoculation of legumes.
  18. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Watering from ponds.
  19. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Huntsville school program.
  20. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Riparian grazing during fall and winter.
  21. Philipp, D., and M. Daniels.: Cattle and riparian management go hand in hand in new project at UA-Monticello.
  22. Philipp, D. Four new educational videos from the Animal Science Department. ANSC Blog Nov. 25

Misc.:

Arkansas Forage Management Conference Held at Hope (Progressive Forage; mentioning of presentation by D. Philipp).

(2012)

ANSC E-News

Philipp, D. Food plot research aims at improving wildlife management and habitat

Philipp, D. Cost of legume establishment depends on planting procedure

ABIP Cattle Business:

Philipp, D., Habitat restoration on beef farms

Philipp, D. Proper grazing management a way to avoid drought effects

Dairy E-News:

Philipp, D. Forage legumes have a place on dairy farms

Popular Press:

  1. Philipp, D. Hay Hauling Safety
  2. Philipp, D., C. Henry, and M. Hightower. Irrigation, soil moisture monitoring good bets for forage producers
  3. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower: ‘Healthier herds, happier farmers’ through good water management
  4. Philipp, D. and B. Waldrum. On Arkansas cattle farms, a river runs through it
  5. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Teffgrass shows potential as warm-season hay crop in Arkansas
  6. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. White clover a viable crop for wildlife food plots
  7. Philipp, D. and M. Hightower. Legume planting economics.
  8. Philipp, D. Food plot research aims at improving wildlife management and habitat Philipp, D. Cost of legume establishment depends on planting procedure
  9. Philipp, D., Habitat restoration on beef farms
  10. Philipp, D. Proper grazing management a way to avoid drought effects
  11. Philipp, D. Forage legumes have a place on dairy farms

Miscellaneous Publications:

Smith, S., M. Popp, and D. Philipp. 2012. Study examines costs of seeding clovers in Bermuda grass pastures. (Certified Crop Advisor/Crops Science Society of America)

Others:

Philipp, D. Research on clovers in woodland food plots. Radio interview with RFD-TV, October 2012.

Philipp, D. Stream project Monticello. Video production about stream project at SEREC, presented to general public on Ag Day Monticello, October 2012.

Philipp, D. PowerPoint presentations edited for posting on SPOT Animal Science work group:

  1. Protection of intermittent streams on beef farms
  2. Teff—an alternative summer forage
  3. Irrigation of forage crops—basic concepts
  4. Costs associated with legume establishment strategies
  5. Legumes in grassland agriculture: opportunities and challenges
  6. Legume persistence
  7. Watering cattle from ponds

(2011)

  1. Philipp, D. Stream Restoration Field Day Draws Crowd from State and Federal Agencies
  2. Philipp, D. Recycling agricultural plastics a way of saving energy and conserving the environment
  3. Philipp, D. Forage legumes: What are the challenges of utilizing them?
  4. Philipp, D. Cattle and riparian management go hand in hand in new project at UA-Monticello

(2007-2012)

  1. Philipp, D. Stream Restoration Field Day Draws Crowd from State and Federal Agencies
  2. Philipp, D. Recycling agricultural plastics a way of saving energy and conserving the environment
  3. Philipp, D. Forage legumes: What are the challenges of utilizing them?
  4. Philipp, D. Cattle and riparian management go hand in hand in new project at UA-Monticello
  5. Philipp, D. 2010. Use of solar energy: What are possibilities for your farm? ANSC Electronic News Article (January). http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default
  6. Griffin, B., and D. Philipp. 2010. What should you do with used bale net wrap? Popular press article.
  7. Philipp, D. 2010. Livestock management in riparian zones. ABIP article for Arkansas Cattle Business. http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default.htm
  8. Philipp, D. 2010. Cost-share programs—a way to improve your operation. ABIP article for Arkansas Cattle Business. http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default.htm
  9. Philipp, D., Managing your riparian zones. 2010. ANSC Electronic News Article (January). http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default
  10. Philipp, D. 2009. Designing the right watering system for your cattle. ANSC Electronic News Article (January). http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default.htm.
  11. Philipp, D. 2009. Livestock water tanks—what are your options? ANSC Electronic News Article (July). http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default.htm.
  12. Philipp, D. 2009. Watering Your Cattle the Right Way. ABIP article for Arkansas Cattle Business (August). http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default.htm
  13. Philipp, D. 2008. Legumes—an option to save nitrogen fertilizer costs? ANSC Electronic News Article (April). http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default.htm.
  14. 2008 Performance by Spring- and Fall-Calving Cows Grazing with Full Access, Limited Access, or No Access to Endophtye-Infected Fescue. J. Caldwell, K. Coffey, J. Jennings, D. Hubbell, III, T. Hess, D. Kreider, M. Looper, M. Popp, M. Savin, D. Philip, and C.F. Rosenkrans, Jr.
  15. 2008 Effects of a Lactic Acid/Lactobacillus Product and Bale Moisture on the Voluntary Intake and Digestibility of Bermudagrass Hay by Lambs and on In Situ Digestibility by Cannulated Heifers. A.E. Killion, D.Philipp, K.P. Coffey, L.A. Hardin, and J.D. Caldwell.
  16. 2008 Effect of a Lactic Acid-lactobacillus Preservative and Moisture Concentration at Baling on Intake and Digestibility of Crabgrass Hay by Lambs and In-situ Digestibility by Heifers. L.A. Hardin, K.P. Coffey, A.E. Killion, J.D. Caldwell, D. Philipp,W. Coblentz.
  17. 2008 Effect of a Lactic Acid-lactobacillus Preservative and Moisture Concentration at Baling on Intake and Digestibility of Crabgrass Hay by Lambs and In-situ Digestibility by Heifers L.A. Hardin, K.P. Coffey, A.E. Killion, J.D. Caldwell, D. Philipp,W. Coblentz.
  18. Philipp, D. 2008. Protecting water quality and good grazing management go hand in hand! ANSC Electronic News Article (October). http://www.aragriculture.org/News/animal_science_enews/default.htm.
  19. Philipp, D. 2006.  You are the societies!  CSA News, Crop Science-Soil Science-Agronomy News, November 2. 
  20. Philipp, D. 2005.  Looking for global voice in agricultural research.  CSA News, Crop Science-Soil Science-Agronomy News, April. 

 

Visual Media (originally produced and edited videos)

(2018)

  1. Equine assisted therapy (editing stage)

(2017)

  1. UA Ranch Horse Team (Program Trailer)
  2. How to sample hay for analysis

(2016)

  1. Carbon and nutrient dynamics in an agroforestry system (Philipp, D. and L. Husband)
  2. Fenceline weaning (Philipp, D., R. Rhein, and L. Husband)
  3. Advice on fence setup and animal placements
  4. Density of horse milk colostrum (Philipp, D. and K. Jogan)
  5. No-till drill maintenance (Philipp, D. and L. Husband)
  6. Cleaning of drill in fall after planting season concludes
  7. Fall soil sampling (Philipp, D. and L. Husband)

Misc./Others:

Voice-over for ANSC promotion video (produced by Sarah Chewning)

(2015)

  1. Measuring the respiration rate of a horse
  2. Intramuscular (IM) injections in horses
  3. Measuring the body temperature of a horse
  4. Measuring the heart rate of a horse
  5. Quick tip for administering de-wormer or oral medications in horses
  6. Measuring the digital pulse of a horse

(2013)

  1. Measuring hay moisture in the field.
  2. Taking soil samples in pastures.
  3. Taking samples from round and square bales.
  4. Inoculating legumes seeds.