Philipe Moriel

John ArthingtonAssistant Professor
Beef Cattle Nutrition

Range Cattle Research & Education Center
3401 Experiment Station
Ona, FL 33865
Telephone: (863) 735-1314 ext. 208
Facsimile: (863) 735-1930
Electronic Mail: pmoriel@ufl.edu

Research and Extension Programs

Research Focus (60%)

Specific research areas:

  • Evaluate the impact of nutrition of cows and heifers during gestation (Fetal-programming) and calf nutrition during early stages of pre-weaning phase (Metabolic Imprinting) on offspring metabolism and long-term consequences to offspring health, growth and immunity.
  • Evaluate the impact of heat stress during gestation, and identify nutritional and management approaches to overcome these potential negative effects.
  • Strategic supplementation during pre- and post-breeding periods to optimize pregnancy rates and calving distribution of beef cows and replacement beef heifers.
  • Identify cost-effective, post-weaning nutrition and management strategies to:
    (1) Develop replacement beef heifers;
    (2) Alleviate calf stress, increase calf immunity, response to vaccination and value at sale.

Extension Focus (40%)

Develop multi-disciplinary, statewide, producer-driven extension programs to increase cow-calf profitability in tropical and subtropical environments. More specifically, my extension focus will consist of a variety of educational programs using information generated primarily at RCREC to increase health, growth and reproductive performance of grazing beef cattle.

    Methods:
  • Implement multi-county, multi-state hands-on educational programs for beef cattle producers.
  • Increase County Agent training to further improve the service to Florida beef cattle producers.
  • Collaborate with extension specialists in Florida and other states to optimize grazing beef cattle production in U.S.

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Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D, University of Florida, Ruminant Nutrition, 2013.

  • M.S., University of Wyoming, Animal and Veterinary Sciences, 2010.

  • B.S., Sao Paulo State University, Brazil, Ruminant Nutrition, 2008.

Employment

  • Assistant Professor, 40% Extension and 60% Research
    University of Florida, Range Cattle Research and Education Center, Ona, FL
    June 2016 to Present.
  • Assistant Professor, 75% Extension and 25% Research
    North Carolina State University, Department of Animal Science,
    October 2013 - May 2016

Membership in Professional Societies

  • American Forage and Grassland Council, 2015 – present.
    NC Cattlemen’s Association, 2013 – present.
    American Society of Animal Science, 2008 – present.
    American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists, 2008 – present.

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Selected Publications

Refereed Journals

  • Marques, R.S., R.F. Cooke, M.C. Rodrigues, P. Moriel, and D.W. Bohnert. 2016. Impacts of cow body condition score during gestation on weaning performance of the offspring. Livestock Science 191:174-178.
  • Marques, R., R.F. Cooke, M.C. Rodrigues, T.G. Filho, B.I. Cappellozza, P. Moriel and D. W. Bohnert. 2016. Effects of organic or inorganic Co, Cu, Mn, and Zn supplementation to late-gestating beef cows on productive and physiological responses of the offspring. Journal of Animal Science 94:1215-1226.
  • Martins, P.G.M., P. Moriel, J.M.B. Vendramini, and J.D. Arthington. 2016. Evaluation of 2 sugarcane molasses feeding strategies on measures of growth and reproductive performance of replacement beef heifers. The Professional Animal Scientist 32:302-308.
  • Mercadante, V.R.G., P.L.P. Fontes, F.M. Ciriaco, D.D. Henry, P. Moriel, A.D. Ealy, S.E. Johnson, N. DiLorenzo, and G.C. Lamb. 2016. Effects of recombinant bovine somatotropin administration at breeding on cow, conceptus and subsequent offspring performance of beef cattle. Journal of Animal Science 94:2128-2138.
  • Moriel, P., L.F.A. Artioli, M.B. Piccolo, M.H. Poore, and L.F. Ferraretto. 2016. Method of propionic acid addition to extend storage period of wet brewers grain. The Professional Animal Scientist 32:591-597.
  • Moriel, P., L.F.A. Artioli, M.B. Piccolo, M.H. Poore, R.S. Marques, and R.F. Cooke. 2016. Effects of timing of anabolic implant insertion on growth and immunity of recently weaned beef steers. Journal of Animal Science 94:3051-3060.
  • Moriel, P., L.F.A. Artioli, M.B. Piccolo, M.H. Poore, R.S. Marques, and R.F. Cooke. 2016. Decreasing the frequency and rate of wet brewers grains supplementation did not impact growth but reduced humoral immune response of preconditioning beef heifers. Journal of Animal Science 94:3030-3041.
  • Moriel, P., L.F.A. Artioli, M.B. Piccolo, M.H. Poore, R.S. Marques, and R.F. Cooke. 2016. Frequency of wet brewers grains supplementation during late gestation and subsequent effects on postnatal growth performance, and innate and humoral immune responses of beef calves. Journal of Animal Science 94:2553-2563.
  • Moriel, P., L.F.A. Artioli, M.B. Piccolo, M.H. Poore, R.S. Marques, and R.F. Cooke. 2016. Short-term energy restriction during late gestation and subsequent effects on postnatal growth performance, and innate and humoral immune responses of beef calves. Journal of Animal Science 94:2542-2552.
  • Vendramini, J.M.B., J.D. Arthington, F.C. Leite de Oliveira, A.D. Aguiar, P. Moriel, J.M.D. Sanchez, C.V.S. Filho, and J.K. Yarborough. 2016. Triticale-annual ryegrass mixture effects on forage characteristics and performance of early-weaned calves. The Professional Animal Scientist 32:827-832
  • Artioli, L. F. A., P. Moriel, M. H. Poore, R. S. Marques, and R. F. Cooke. 2015. Effects of frequency of supplementation on growth performance and measurements of innate and humoral immune response of preconditioning beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 93:5430-5441.

    Moriel, P., L. F. A. Artioli, M. H. Poore, and L. F. Ferraretto. 2015. Dry matter loss and nutritional composition of wet brewers grains ensiled with or without covering and with or without soybean hulls and propionic acid. Prof. Anim. Sci. 31:559-567.

    Moriel, P., L. F. A. Artioli, M. H. Poore, and V. Fellner. 2015. Effects of replacing corn with wet brewers grains on growth performance and trace mineral status of preconditioning beef heifers provided medium-quality tall fescue hay. Prof. Anim. Sci. 31:425-433.

    Moriel, P., L. F. A. Artioli, M. H. Poore, A. W. Confer, R. S. Marques, and R. F. Cooke 2015. Increasing the metabolizable protein supply enhanced growth performance and led to variable results on innate and humoral immune response of preconditioning beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 93:4473-4485.

    Vendramini, J. M. B., J. M. D. Sanchez, R. F. Cooke, A. D. Aguiar, P. Moriel, W. L. da Silva, O. F. R. Cunha, P. D. S. Ferreira, and A. C. Pereira. 2015. Stocking rate and monensin level effects on growth performance of beef cattle consuming warm-season grasses. J. Anim. Sci. 93:7:3682-3689.

    Cappellozza, B. I., R. F. Cooke, M. Reis, P. Moriel, and D. Bohnert. 2014. Supplementation based on protein or energy ingredients to beef cattle consuming low-quality cool-season forages: II. Performance, reproductive, and metabolic responses of replacement heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 92:2725-2734.

    Arthington, J. D., P. Moriel, P. G. M. Martins, G. C. Lamb, and L. J. Havenga. 2014. Effects of trace mineral injections on measures of performance and trace mineral status of pre- and post-weaned beef calves. J. Anim. Sci. 92:2630-2640.

    Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, L. F. Ferraretto, A. C. Aboin, F. V. R. Vieira, R. O. Rodrigues, R. F. Cooke, and J. L. M. Vasconcelos. 2014. Effects of supplementation of calcium salts of polyunsaturated fatty acids on serum concentrations of progesterone and insulin of pregnant dairy cows. R. Bras. Zootec. 43:20-26.

    2014 HIGH-IMPACT PUBLICATION SELECTED BY FACULTY MEMBERS FROM THE RANGE CATTLE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER. Moriel, P., S. E. Johnson, J. M. B. Vendramini, V. R. G. Mercadante, M. J. Hersom, and J. D. Arthington. 2014. Effects of metabolic imprinting and calf management systems on growth and reproductive performance of beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 92:3096-3107.

    Moriel, P., S. E. Johnson, J. M. B. Vendramini, M. A. McCann, D. E. Gerrard, V. R. G. Mercadante, M. J. Hersom, and J. D. Arthington. 2014. Effects of metabolic imprinting and calf management systems on growth performance and carcass characteristics of beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 92:3598-3609.

    Moriel, P., and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Metabolizable protein supply modulated the acute-phase response following vaccination of beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 91:5838-5847.

    Arthington, J. D., R. F. Cooke, T. D. Maddock, D. B. Araujo, P. Moriel, N. DiLorenzo, and G. C. Lamb. 2013. Effects of vaccination on the acute-phase protein response and measures of performance in growing beef calves. J. Anim. Sci. 91:1831-1837.

    Moriel, P., and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of molasses-based creep-feeding supplementation on growth performance of pre- and post-weaned beef calves. Livest. Sci.151:171-178.

    Moriel, P., and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of trace mineral-fortified, limit-fed supplements on performance of pre- and post-weaned beef calves. J. Anim. Sci. 91:1371-1380.

    Moriel, P., R. F. Cooke, D. W. Bohnert, J. M. B. Vendramini and J. D. Arthington. 2012. Effects of energy supplementation frequency and forage quality on performance, reproductive, and physiological responses of replacement beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 90:2371-2380.

    Moriel, P., E. P. Gonçalves, B. I. Cappellozza, V. Nayigihugu, E. Block, and B. W. Hess. 2012. Plasma fatty acids and reproductive performance of lactating beef cows fed rumen-protected fat. Prof. Anim. Sci. 28:89-96.

    Moriel, P., V. Nayigihugu, B. I. Cappellozza, E. P. Goncalves, J. M. Krall, K. M. Cammack, T. Foulke, and B. W. Hess. 2011. Camelina meal and crude glycerin as feed supplements for developing replacement beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 89:4314-4324.

    Cooke, R. F., D. W. Bohnert, P. Moriel, B. W. Hess, and R. R. Mills. 2011. Effects of polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation on forage digestibility, performance, and physiological responses of feeder cattle. J. Anim. Sci. 89:3677-3689.

    Moriel, P., B. K. Stevens, S. L. Lake, T. R. Weston, V. Nayigihugu, B. I. Cappellozza, J. M. Krall, and B.W. Hess. 2011. Growth performance and carcass characteristics of lambs fed carnival or forager peas. Prof. Anim. Sci. 27:52-56.

    Moriel, P., B. W. Hess, B. K. Stevens, S. L. Lake, T. R. Weston, V. Nayigihugu, B. I. Cappellozza, and J. M. Krall. 2010. Growth and reproductive performance of beef heifers fed carnival or forager field peas. Prof. Anim. Sci. 26:188-192.

    Moriel, P., T. S. Scatena, O. G. Sá Filho, R. F. Cooke, and J. L. M. Vasconcelos. 2008. Concentrations of progesterone and insulin in serum of non-lactating dairy cows in response to carbohydrate source and processing. J. Dairy Sci. 91:4616–4621.

Abstracts

  • Artioli, L. F. A., M. Piccolo, M. H. Poore, and P. Moriel. 2016. Decreasing the frequency and rate of wet brewers grains supplementation did not impact growth but reduced humoral immune response of preconditioning beef heifers. Southern Section of ASAS. Abstract#28 Accepted on Nov. 30th, 2015.

  • Moriel, P., L. F. Artioli, M. Piccolo, and M. H. Poore. 2016.Timing of growth implant insertion affects growth and humoral immune response of preconditioning beef steers. Southern Section of ASAS. Abstract#79 Accepted on Nov. 30th, 2015.

  • Piccolo, M. B., P. Moriel, L. F. Artioli, and M. H. Poore. 2016. Decreasing the frequency of wet brewers grains supplementation during late gestation did not impact cow and pre-weaning calf growth performance. Abstract#144 Accepted on Nov. 30th, 2015.

  • Marques, R., R. F. Cooke, M. C. Rodrigues, T. G. Filho, B. I. Cappellozza, P. Moriel and D. W. Bohnert. 2015.  Effects of organic or inorganic Co, Cu, Mn, and Zn supplementation to late-gestating beef cows on productive and physiological responses of the offspring. Western Section of ASAS. #12140.

  • Moriel, P., L. F. A. Artioli, P. Lancaster, J. D. Arthington, and R. F. Cooke. 2015. Pre-weaning injections of bovine somatotropin enhanced post-weaning growth performance and puberty attainment of beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 93(Suppl. 3):431.

  • Caramalac, L. S., P. Moriel, L. F. A. Artioli, and J. D. Arthington. 2015. Effect of a single dose of injectable trace minerals on measurements of performance, innate and humoral immune responses of beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 93(Suppl. 3):437.

  • Artioli, L. F. A., P. Moriel, R. S. Marques, and R. Cooke. 2015. Decreasing the frequency of energy supplementation to beef steers impairs growth and antibody production against bovine viral diarrhea virus 1b. J. Anim. Sci. 93(Suppl. 3):430.

  • Moriel, P., L. F. A. Artioli, M. Poore, R. Marques, and R. Cooke. 2015. Increasing the metabolizable protein supply enhanced growth performance and humoral immune response of preconditioning beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 93(Suppl. 3):393.

  • Artioli, L. F. A., and P. Moriel. 2015. Effects of replacing corn with wet brewers grains on growth performance and trace mineral consumption by beef heifers provided medium-quality tall fescue hay. Southern Section of ASAS. #15-32.

  • Moriel, P., L. F. A. Artioli, M. H. Poore, D. H. Poole, R. Marques, and R. F. Cooke. 2015. Increasing the metabolizable protein supply enhanced growth performance and led to variable results on innate and humoral immune response of preconditioning beef steers. Southern Section of ASAS. #15-85.

  • Arthington, J. D., P.G. M. D. Martins, P. Moriel, and L. Havenga. 2014. Effects of trace mineral-fortified, limit-fed creep supplements on performance of beef calves (pre-weaning). J. Anim. Sci. 92(Suppl. 2):723.

  • Neto, A. S., L. S. Caramalac, P. G. M. D. Martins, P. Moriel, H. J. Fernandes, and J. D. Arthington. 2014. Effects of trace mineral-fortified, limit-fed creep supplements on performance of beef calves (post-weaning). J. Anim. Sci. 92(Suppl. 2):720.

  • Neto, A. S., L. S. Caramalac, P.G. M. D. Martins, P. Moriel, H. J. Fernandes, and J. D. Arthington. 2014. Effects of trace mineral-fortified, limit-fed creep supplements on performance of beef calves (pre-weaning). J. Anim. Sci. 92(Suppl. 2):719.

  • Martins, P. G. M. D. A., J. D. Arthington, P. Moriel, and J. M. B. Vendramini. 2014. Evaluation of two sugarcane molasses feeding systems on measures of performance of replacement beef heifers. Southern Section of ASAS. #88-33.

  • Vendramini, J. M. B, J. D. Sanchez, W. L. da Silva, R. F. Cooke, P. Moriel, and G. Caputti. 2013. Effects of stocking rate and monensin supplementation on forage characteristics and performance of beef heifers receiving warm-season grasses. J. Anim. Sci. 91(Suppl. 2):663.

  • Moriel, P., S. E. Johnson, M. Hersom, M. McCann, D. E. Gerrard, P. G. Martins, J. M. B. Vendramini, and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of metabolic imprinting on growth performance of early-weaned beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 91(Suppl. 2):419.

  • Moriel, P., S. E. Johnson, M. Hersom, P. G. Martins, J. M. B. Vendramini, and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of metabolic imprinting on growth performance of early-weaned beef heifers.  J. Anim. Sci. 91(Suppl. 2):419.

  • Martins, P. G. M. A., P. Moriel, and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of bovine plasma handling and storage protocols on concentrations of haptoglobin and ceruloplasmin.  J. Anim. Sci. 91(Suppl. 2):589.

  • Vendramini, J. M., J. D. Arthington, A. Blount, A. D. Aguiar, P. Moriel, and R. S. Hallworth. 2013. Evaluation of early-weaned beef calves grazing annual ryegrass or annual ryegrass-triticale mixtures in south Florida. Southern Section of ASAS. #13-129.

  • Moriel, P., P. G. Martins, J. M. Vendramini , and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of increasing metabolizable protein supply on the acute phase response of beef steers following vaccination. Southern Section of ASAS. #13-182.

  • Moriel, P., P. G. Martins, A. D. Aguiar, J. M. Vendramini, and J. D. Arthington. 2013.Effects of different calf management systems following early weaning on growth performance of beef calves. Southern Section of ASAS. #13-185.

  • Moriel, P., P. G. M. A. Martins, G. C. Lamb, L. J. Havenga, and J. D. Arthington. 2012. Effects of injectable trace minerals on the humoral immune response to porcine red blood cell challenge and fertility in beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 90(Suppl. 3):333.

  • Moriel, P., V. Mercadante, A. D. Aguiar, S. E. Johnson, M. J. Hersom, J. M. B. Vendramini, and J. D. Arthington. 2012. Effects of metabolic imprinting on growth performance and gene expression of early-weaned beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 90(Suppl. 3):193.

  • Moriel, P., V. Mercadante, A. D. Aguiar, S. E. Johnson, M. J. Hersom, J. M. B. Vendramini, and J. D. Arthington. 2012. Effects of metabolic imprinting on growth performance of early-weaned beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 90(Suppl. 3):193.

  • Moriel, P., and J. D. Arthington. 2012. Effects of trace mineral-fortified, limit-fed supplements on performance of beef calves. J. Anim. Sci. 90(E-Suppl. 1):20.

  • Moriel, P., R. F. Cooke, F. N. T. Cooke, E. Alves, L. Custodio, D. W. Bohnert, J. M. B. Vendramini, and J. D. Arthington. 2011. Effects of energy supplementation frequency and forage quality on performance of replacement beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 89(E-Suppl. 1):763-764.

  • Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, V. Nayigihugu, K. M. Cammack and B. W. Hess. 2010. Camelina meal and crude glycerin as feed supplements for developing replacement beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 88(E-Suppl. 2): 9.

  • Cooke, R. F., A. B. Scarpa, F. M. Nery, F. N. T. Cooke, P. Moriel, B. W. Hess, R. R. Mills, and D. W. Bohnert. 2010. Effects of polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) supplementation on performance and acute-phase response of transported beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. 88(E-Suppl. 2): 298.

  • Meyer, A. M., P. Moriel, W. J. Means, M. Du, B. W. Hess, and J. S. Caton. 2010. Effects of nutrient restriction and ruminally undegradable protein supplementation during early to mid-gestation on beef cow offspring intestinal growth. J. Anim. Sci. 88(E-Suppl. 2): 697.

  • Moriel, P., E. P. Goncalves, P. L. Price, V. Nayigihugu, B. W. Hess. 2009. Camelina meal and crude glycerin as feed supplements for developing replacement beef heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 87 (E-Suppl. 2): 302.

  • Moriel, P., E. P. Goncalves, V. Nayigihugu, G. Aines, E. Block, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Conception rates of beef cows fed a supplement with rumen-protected fat. Midwest ADSA-ASAS Abstr. #281.

  • Moriel, P., T. S. Scatena, O. G. Sa Filho, R. F. Cooke, and J. L. M. Vasconcelos. 2008. Effects of carbohydrate source and processing on serum progesterone and insulin concentrations of dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 91 (E-Suppl. 1): 62.

Proceedings

  • Moriel, P. Focus on preweaning calf management. 2016. Beef/Forage Day at North Florida Research and Education Center, University of Florida. April 15th, 2016.

  • Marques, R., R. F. Cooke, M. C. Rodrigues, T. G. Filho, B. I. Cappellozza, P. Moriel and D. W. Bohnert. 2015. Effects of organic or inorganic Co, Cu, Mn, and Zn supplementation to late-gestating beef cows on productive and physiological responses of the offspring. Proceedings Western Section of ASAS. #12140.

  • Moriel, P., and J. D. Arthington. 2014. Management systems for early-weaned beef calves. Proceedings 18th Novos Enfoques na Produção e Reprodução de Bovinos, March 21, 2014, Uberlândia, Brazil [In Portuguese]

  • Moriel, P., B. I. cappellozza, V. Nayigihugu, K. M. Cammack, and B.W. Hess. 2010. Camelina meal and crude glycerin as feed supplements for developing replacement beef heifers. Proceedings Western Section of ASAS. 61.

  • Moriel, P., P. L. Price, V. Nayigihugu, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Camelina meal and crude glycerin as feed supplements for developing replacement beef heifers. Proceedings Western Section of ASAS. 60.

  • Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, A. C. Aboin, V. Nayigihugu, N. Long, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Growth performance and serum thyroid hormones concentrations of developing replacement beef heifers fed camelina biodiesel co-products. In: Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 73-77.

  • Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, V. Nayigihugu, G. Aines, E. Block, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Plasma fatty acids concentrations of lactating beef cows supplemented with rumen-protected fat during and after estrous synchronization. In: Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 78-80.

  • Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, A. C. Aboin, V. Nayigihugu, N. Long, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Plasma fatty acids concentrations and reproductive performance of developing replacement beef heifers fed camelina biodiesel co-products. In: Pages 81-84. Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 81-84.

  • Moriel, P., E. P. Goncalves, V. Nayigihugu, G. Aines, E. Block, and B. W. Hess. 2008. Conception Rates of Beef Cows Fed a Supplement with Rumen-protected Fat. In: Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 60-62.

Non-Refereed Publications - Popular Press, Symposia Preceedings, and Extension Publications

  • Moriel, P., L. Artioli, and M. H. Poore. 2016. Supplementation frequency during late gestation of beef cows, and its effects on subsequent offspring growth and immunity. Carolina Cattle Connection, 30:5 p. 14-15.

  • Moriel, P., M. Piccolo, L. Artioli, and M. H. Poore. 2016. Short-term energy restriction during late gestation of beef cows decreases post-weaning vaccine response of calves. Carolina Cattle Connection, 30:4 p. 20-21.

  • Poore, M. H., and P. Moriel. 2016. Selecting free-choice mineral supplement. Ruminant Nutrition Notes, Extension Animal Husbandry, Department of Animal Science, NCSU.

  • Moriel, P., M. Piccolo, L. Artioli, and M. H. Poore. 2016. Decreasing the frequency and rate of wet brewers grains supplementation did not impact growth but reduced vaccine response of preconditioning beef heifers. Carolina Cattle Connection, 30:2 p. 30-31.

  • Ferraretto, L. F., and P. Moriel. 2015. Minimizing dry matter and nutrient losses during storage of wet brewers grains. Farm Report - William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute. November, p. 3.

  • Cooke, R. F. and P. Moriel. 2015. Performance of calves born to cows that received organic or inorganic trace mineral supplementation during late gestation. Carolina Cattle Connection, 29:7 p. 26-27.

  • Moriel, P., L. F. Artioli, M. H. Poore and R. F. Cooke. 2015. Preconditioning beef calves have greater growth performance and immunity when additional protein is provided. Carolina Cattle Connection, 29:5 p. 36-37.

  • Moriel, P, and L. F. A. Artioli. 2015. Frequency of energy supplementation during preconditioning. Carolina Cattle Connection. 29:3 p. 66-67.

  • Moriel, P. 2015. Wet brewers grains supplementation for beef heifers fed forage. Carolina Cattle Connection. 29:2 p. 36-37.

  • Moriel, P., L. F. Artioli, M. H. Poore and R. F. Cooke. 2015. Added protein boosts calf growth, immunity. Feedstuffs. V. 87, No. 17, April 20, 2015.

  • Moriel, P. 2014. Wet brewers grains an option for beef heifers. Feedstuffs. V. 86, No. 47, November 17, 2014.

  • Marques, R. S., R. F. Cooke, M. C. Rodrigues, B. I. Cappellozza, P. Moriel, and D. W. Bohnert. 2014. Effects of organic or inorganic Co, Cu, Mn, and Zn supplementation to late-gestation cows on performance responses of the subsequent calf crop. Oregon Beef Council Report. BEEF130.

  • Romero, J. J., M. S. Castillo, J. C. Burns, P. Moriel, and S. Davidson. 2014. Forage quality: Concepts and practices. AG792:1-6.

  • Moriel, P. 2014. Early nutrition determines the future growth and reproductive performance of beef calves. Animal Science Facts. Accepted and under final formatting.

  • Moriel, P. 2014. Early nutrition determines the future growth and reproductive performance of dairy calves. Animal Science Facts. Accepted and under final formatting.

  • Moriel, P. 2014. Fetal programming: Cow nutrition and its effects on calf performance. Animal Science Facts. AG-819-01 http://content.ces.ncsu.edu/fetal-programming-cow-nutrition-and-its-effects-on-calf-performance.

  • Moriel, P. 2014. Upcoming Research. WNC Regional Livestock Center. Mountain Cattle Alliance Livestock News. 3:2 p. 2.

  • Moriel, P. 2014. Feeding calves to increase future performance. WNC Regional Livestock Center. Mountain Cattle Alliance Livestock News. 3:1 p. 2.

  • Moriel, P., and J. D. Arthington. 2014. Feeding calves to increase future performance: How does nutrition during calfhood determine the growth and reproductive performance of dairy and beef calves? The Carolina Cattle Connection. 28:2 p. 38-39.

  • Arthington, J. D., and P. Moriel. 2013. Early nutrition of calf shapes future growth. Feedstuffs. V. 85, No. 38, September 16, 2013.

  • Gregory, G., and P. Moriel. 2013. Waynesville bull test 84-day report. The Carolina Cattle Connection. 27:12 p. 28

  • Moriel, P., S. E. Johnson, J. M. B. Vendramini, M. Hersom, M. McCann, D. E. Gerrard, and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of metabolic imprinting on growth and reproductive performance of early-weaned beef heifers. Florida Beef Cattle Report, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida.

  • Moriel, P., S. E. Johnson, J. M. B. Vendramini, M. Hersom, M. McCann, D. E. Gerrard, and J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of metabolic imprinting on growth of early-weaned beef steers. Florida Beef Cattle Report, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida.

  • Moriel, P., P. G. M. A. Martins, J. M. B. Vendramini, J. D. Arthington. 2013. Effects of dried distillers grains + condensed distillers soluble supplements (SweetPro® products) on measures of growth and apparent diet digestibility in forage-fed yearling beef calves. Florida Beef Cattle Report, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida.

  • Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, A. C. Aboin, V. Nayigihugu, N. Long, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Growth performance and serum thyroid hormones concentrations of developing replacement beef heifers fed camelina biodiesel co-products. In: Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 73-77.

  • Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, V. Nayigihugu, G. Aines, E. Block, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Plasma fatty acids concentrations of lactating beef cows supplemented with rumen-protected fat during and after estrous synchronization. In: Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 78-80.

  • Moriel, P., B. I. Cappellozza, A. C. Aboin, V. Nayigihugu, N. Long, and B. W. Hess. 2009. Plasma fatty acids concentrations and reproductive performance of developing replacement beef heifers fed camelina biodiesel co-products. In: Pages 81-84. Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 81-84.

  • Moriel, P., E. P. Goncalves, V. Nayigihugu, G. Aines, E. Block, and B. W. Hess. 2008. Conception Rates of Beef Cows Fed a Supplement with Rumen-protected Fat. In: Annual Report, Department of Animal Science, University of Wyoming. Pages 60-62.

EDIS Publications

  • Vendramini, J., P. Moriel, and L. Wiggins. 2016 (revised). Forage Grasses for Florida’s Organic Soils. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/aa255

Extension Events

  • “2016 Western NC Beef Conference”
    Role: Program leader, Local: WNC Regional Livestock Facility, Canton, NC
    Period: 3/31/20156, Attendees: 69

  • “Rutherford County Forage Workshop”
    Role: Program speaker, Local: Rutherfordton, NC
    Period: 11/7/2015, Attendees: 50

  • “2015 Regional Beef Cattle Producer Training (n = 3)”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Clinton, Snow Camp and Canton, NC
    Period: 11/3 to 11/5/2015, Attendees: n = 9 (Clinton), 80 (Snow Camp) and 40 (Canton)

  • “2015 Artificial Insemination School for Producers in West NC”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Mountain Research Station, Waynesville, NC
    Period: 10/13 to 10/14/2015, Attendees: 20
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/workshops/2015/artificial-insemination-school

  • “Dairy Workshop - Nutritional and Reproductive Management of Dairy Cows in West NC”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Mountain Research Station, Waynesville, NC
    Period: 10/12/2015, Attendees: 30
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/workshops/2015/dairy-cattle-workshop

  • “Livestock, Forage and Field Crop Agent Training Conference - NCSU”
    Role: Assistant and speaker, Local: Raleigh, NC
    Period: 8/3 to 8/5/2015, Attendees: 65

  • “2015 Beef Cattle Field Day”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Mountain Research Station, Waynesville, NC
    Period: 7/18/2015, Attendees: 198

  • “Virtual Farm Tour – Tri-State Conference - University of Tennessee, Virginia Tech and NCSU”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Rogers Cattle Company, Roxboro, NC
    Period: 6/30/2015
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/videos/2015-farm-virtual-tour

  • “2015 Livestock Agent Training - Western NC – Series 2 – Castration, Preconditioning and Diet Formulation”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Mountain Research Station, Waynesville, NC
    Period: 5/18/2015, Attendees: 16

  • “2015 Livestock Agent Training - Western NC – Series 1 - Facility Design and Bull Selection”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Mountain Research Station, Waynesville, NC
    Period: 5/12/2015, Attendees: 15

  • “Amazing Grazing Workshop - Western NC Area”
    Role: Assistant and speaker, Local: Gary Taylor, Franklin, NC
    Period: 5/2/2015, Attendees: 16

  • “2015 Western NC Beef Conference”
    Role: Program leader, Local: WNC Regional Livestock Facility, Canton, NC
    Period: 3/20/2015, Attendees: 150
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/mountain-area-beef-conference/2015

  • “Mineral Nutrition for Beef Cattle” (n = 3)
    Role: Program leader, Local: Haywood, Jackson and Rutherford Counties, NC
    Period: 10/28 to 11/01/2014, Attendees: 78
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/workshops/temperament-and-cattle-performance/mineral-nutrition-for-grazing-beef-cattle

  • “Livestock, Forage and Field Crop Agent Training Conference - NCSU”
    Role: Assistant and speaker, Local: Raleigh, NC
    Period: 8/4 to 08/6/2014, Attendees: 56
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/events/nc-agent-training/2014

  • “Western NC Beef Producers Tour”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Multiple counties, VA
    Period: 7/27 to 7/30/2014, Attendees: 42
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/events/nc-beef-tour/2014

  • “2014 Mountain Research Station Field Day – Beef Cattle Production Section”
    Role: Beef Section leader, Local: Mountain Research Station, Waynesville, NC
    Period: 7/10/2014, Attendees: 200
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/events/field-day/2014

  • “Virtual Farm Tour – Tri-State Conference - University of Tennessee, Virginia Tech and NCSU”
    Role: Program leader, Local: Bass Hyatt, Brasstown, NC
    Period: 6/30/2014
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/videos/virtual-farm-tour

  • “Temperament and Cattle Performance Workshop” (n = 3)
    Role: Program leader, Local: Buncombe, Rutherford and Cherokee Counties, NC
    Period: 6/4 to 6/6/2014, Attendees: 75
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/workshops/temperament-and-cattle-performance/temperament-and-cattle-performance

  • “2014 Western NC Area Beef Conference”
    Role: Program leader, Local: WNC Regional Livestock Facility, Canton, NC
    Period: 3/6/2014, Attendees: 285
    https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/philipemorielncsu/mountain-area-beef-conference/mountain-area-beef-conference

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Teaching

  • “Fetal Programing and Post-weaning Calf Nutrition”
    Course: VMP991 Bovine Nutrition, Instructor: Dr. Harrison Dudley
    Period: 4/29/2016, Institution: Vet. School, NC State University, Raleigh, NC

  • "Special lecture – Nutritional and Reproductive Management Practices for Beef Females”
    Course: UNESP Graduate program, Instructor: Dr. Philipe Moriel
    Period: 8/5/2015 to 8/15/2015, Institution: São Paulo State University, Botucatu, Brazil

  • “Fetal Programing and Post-weaning Calf Nutrition”
    Course: VMP991 Bovine Nutrition, Instructor: Dr. Harrison Dudley
    Period: 4/29/2015, Institution: Vet. School, NC State University, Raleigh, NC

  • “Beef Quality Assurance in NC”
    Course: ANS 462 Beef Cattle Management, Instructor: Dr. Carrie Pickworth
    Period: 3/5/2015, Institution: NC State University, Raleigh, NC

  • “Teaching Assistant – Nutritional Management of Beef Cattle”
    Course: ANSC5100, Instructor: Dr. Bret Hess
    Period: 8/1/2009 to 12/15/2009, Institution: University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY

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