Dr. Maegan E. Hollis

Assistant Professor

Dr. Maegan E. Hollis
(615) 898-2404
(615) 898-5169
Room 117, Stark Agribusiness and Agriscience Center (SAG)
MTSU Box 5, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Departments / Programs

Degree Information

  • PHD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2018)
  • MS, University of Kentucky (2015)
  • BS, University of Kentucky (2013)

 

 

Biography

Education

Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2018)

M.S., University of Kentucky (2015)

B.S., University of Kentucky (2013) 

Publications

Publications and Abstracts:

M.E. Weatherly, R.T. Pate, S. Mideros, G.M. Fellows, M. Akins, M.R. Murphy, and F.C. Cardoso. 2018. Foliar fungicide application effects on fiber composition of whole plant BMR and floury corn varieties and corn silage ensiled for 0, 30, 90, or 150 days. Abstract M159. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. Knoxville, TN.  

M.E. Weatherly, R.T. Pate, S. Mideros, G.M. Fellow...

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Publications and Abstracts:

M.E. Weatherly, R.T. Pate, S. Mideros, G.M. Fellows, M. Akins, M.R. Murphy, and F.C. Cardoso. 2018. Foliar fungicide application effects on fiber composition of whole plant BMR and floury corn varieties and corn silage ensiled for 0, 30, 90, or 150 days. Abstract M159. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. Knoxville, TN.  

M.E. Weatherly, R.T. Pate, S. Mideros, G.M. Fellows, M. Akins, M.R. Murphy, and F.C. Cardoso. 2018. Effects of foliar fungicide on dry matter and in vitro digestibility of brown midrib and floury corn silage varieties. Abstract 443. American Dairy Science Association meeting: Midwest Branch. Omaha, NE.  

M.E. Weatherly, R.T. Pate, G.E. Rottinghaus, F. de Oliveira Roberti Filho, and F.C. Cardoso. January 2018. Physiological responses to a yeast and clay-based adsorbent during an aflatoxin challenge in Holstein cows. Animal Feed Science and Technology. Volume 235, Pages 147-157.  

M.E. Weatherly, R.T. Pate, G.E. Rottinghaus, F. de Oliveira Roberti Filho, and F.C. Cardoso. 2017. Evaluation of two adsorbents after an aflatoxin challenge in Holstein cows. Abstract M41. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA.  

M.E. Weatherly, R.T. Pate, L. Hedges, S. Mideros, G.M. Fellows, M. Akins, M.R. Murphy, and F.C. Cardoso. 2017. Effects of foliar fungicide on whole-plant BMR and floury corn varieties at vegetative tassel and reproductive stages of growth. Abstract 78. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA.  

M.E. Weatherly, S.A. Sulzberger, A. Pineda, Y. Khidoyativ, M.R. Murphy, and F.C. Cardoso. 2017. Effects of clay on ruminal degradability of alfalfa hay, grass hay, wet brewer’s grains, ground corn, corn silage, and soybean meal. Abstract T283. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA.  

Pate, R. T., M.E. Weatherly, L. Hedges, S. Mideros, G. M. Fellows, and F. C. Cardoso. 2017. Effects of foliar fungicide on whole plant BMR and floury corn varieties. American Dairy Science Association meeting: Midwest Branch. Abstract 363. Omaha, NE.  

C.C. Kalebich, M.E. Weatherly, K.N Robinson, G.M. Fellows, M.R. Murphy, and F.C. Cardoso. April 2017. Foliar fungicide (pyraclostrobin) application on corn and its effects on corn silage composition. Animal Feed Science and Technology. Volume 229, Pages 19-31.  

C.C. Kalebich, M.E. Weatherly, K.N Robinson, G.M. Fellows, M.R. Murphy, and F.C. Cardoso. March 2017. Foliar fungicide (pyraclostrobin) application effects on plant composition of a silage variety corn. Animal Feed Science and Technology. Volume 225, Pages 38-53.  

Weatherly, M.E. and F.C. Cardoso. 2016.  Food Security Evaluation in Illinois Dairy Farms: A Dairy Focus Team Approach. Dairy Focus at Illinois Newsletter. Vol. 3, Number 5. (September).  

Weatherly, M.E., C.C. Kalebich, K.N. Robinson, G.M. Fellows, and F.C. Cardoso. 2016. Chemical composition and fermentation profile of corn silage ensiled for 0, 30, 90, or 150 days from corn treated with a foliar fungicide at different growing stages. Abstract 1439. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT.  

Weatherly, M.E. 2015. Dairy Cattle Water Consumption Management. The Progressive Dairyman (July 7). http://www.progressivedairy.com/topics/feed-nutrition/video-dairy-cattle-water-consumption-management  

Weatherly M.E., A.M. Gehman, A.M. Lisembee, J.D. Clark, L.L. Ball, and J.M. Bewley. 2015. Ruminal and production effects of supplementing high and low forage dairy rations with a live yeast culture. Abstract M379. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting.  Orlando, FL.  

Weatherly, M.E. 2015. Dairy Cattle Water Consumption Management. www.extension.org\dairy_cattle. (April).  

Weatherly, M.E., and J.M. Bewley. 2014. Feeding Behavior and Cow Welfare. Kentucky Dairy Notes. (February).  

Weatherly M.E., A.M. Gehman, A.M. Lisembee, J.D. Clark, D.L. Ray, and J.M. Bewley. 2014. The effects of feeding an algae supplement on milk yield, milk components, and dry matter intake. Abstract page 179. Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference. Fort Wayne, IN.  

Weatherly M.E., A.M. Gehman, A.M. Lisembee, J.D. Clark, D.L. Ray, and J.M. Bewley. 2014. The effects of feeding an algae supplement on milk yield, milk components, and dry matter intake. Abstract 1146. American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. Kansas City, MO.  

Weatherly, M.E., and J.M. Bewley. 2013. Many Potential Uses of Yeast. Kentucky Dairy Notes. (November).  

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Special Projects

Professional Memberships:

North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Member, 2017 to present

American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists Member, 2013 to present

American Dairy Science Association Member, 2013 to present

Courses

ANSC 1410: Introduction to Animal Science

ANSC 1411: Introduction to Animal Science Lab

ANSC 3440: Livestock Management

ANSC 3540: Dairy Production