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Krause, Marie K.

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).


  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
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