Daniel Enríquez Hidalgo
Agronomy and Forestry Engineering
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Daniel Enríquez Hidalgo is an Associate Professor Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He earned his Ph.D. PhD en Ciencias Biológicas – The Queen's University of Belfast (QUB, Reino Unido) / TEAGASC - Moorepark, (Irlanda). His research interests are behavior and animal welfare , Forages and meadows , Ruminal function and methane emissions , Rational grazing
behavior and animal welfare , Forages and meadows , Ruminal function and methane emissions , Rational grazing
Beecher, M., Buckley, T., Waters, S.M., Boland, T., Enriquez-Hidalgo, D., Deighton, M.H., O'Donovan, M., Lewis E. 2014. Gastrointestinal tract size, total-tract digestibility, and rumen microflora in different dairy cow genotypes. Journal of Dairy Science, 97(6): 3906-3917
Enriquez-Hidalgo, D., Hennessy D; Gilliland, T.J., Egan, M., Mee, J.F., Lewis, E. 2014. Effect of rotationally grazing perennial ryegrass white clover or perennial ryegrass only swards on dairy cow feeding behaviour, rumen characteristics and sward depletion patterns. Livestock Science, 169: 48-62
Enriquez-Hidalgo, D., Gilliland, T.J., Deighton, M.H., O'Donovan M., Hennessy D. 2014. Milk production and enteric methane emissions by dairy cows grazing fertilized perennial ryegrass pasture with or without inclusion of white clover. Journal of Dairy Science, 97(3): 1400-1412.