Associate Professor of Ruminant Nutrition
Dr. Marie Krause earned a master of science degree in agricultural science with an animal production emphasis from The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her doctorate is from the University of Wisconsin-Madison focused on dairy science nutrition. Dr. Krause's teaching responsibilities in the Division of Animal Sciences include the following courses: introduction to animal science, introduction to biochemistry, nutritional biochemistry and animal production (milk production and dairy heifer management).
- Y. Zang, S. Saed Samii, Z. C. Phipps, L. R. Tager, J. W. McFadden, and K. M. Krause. 2017. Comparative effects of multiple sources of rumen-protected methionine on milk production and serum amino acid levels in mid-lactation dairy cows. The Professional Animal Scientist 33:692-699.
- Bailey, B. L., T. C. Griggs, E. Rayburn, and K. M. Krause. 2014. Beef Heifer Growth and Reproductive Performance following two Levels of Pasture Allowance during the Fall Grazing Period. J. Anim. Sci. 92:3659-3669.
- L. R. Tager and K. M. Krause. 2011. Effects of essential oils on rumen fermentation, milk production, and feeding behavior in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 94:2455-2464.
- C. O. Lemley, T. A. Wilmoth, L. R. Tager, K. M. Krause, and M. E. Wilson. 2010. Effect of a high cornstarch diet on hepatic cytochrome P450 2C and 3A activity and progesterone half-life in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 93:1012-1021.
- L. R. Tager and K. M. Krause. 2010. Effects of cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, and capsicum on fermentation of a corn-based dairy ration in continuous culture. Canadian J. Anim. Sci. 90:413-420.