Jesse P. Goff
Professor, Biomedical Sciences
Iowa State University
2048 Vet Med
Ames, IA 50011-1250
Doctor of Philosophy, Iowa State University: 1986
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University: 1984
Master of Science, Iowa State University: 1980
Bachelor of Science, Iowa State University: 1977
Dr. Goff lectures in endocrinology.
Dr. Goff's area of research are mechanisms responsible for development of metabolic disease in farm species, particularly the periparturient dairy cow; and nutritional and endocrine methods to prevent these diseases, particularly milk fever in dairy cows.
American Dairy Science Association
American Society for Bone and Mineral Research.
Goff, J.P., Horst, R.L., Jardon, P.W., Borelli, C., and Wedam, J. Field trials of an oral calcium propionate paste as an aid to prevent milk fever in periparturient dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 79 (3):378-383. 1996.
Goff, J.P., and Horst, R.L. Addition of potassium or sodium, but not calcium, to prepartum rations induces milk fever in dairy cows. Submitted to J. Dairy Sci., November 17. 1995.
Goff, J.P., Reinhardt, T A., and Horst, R L. Milk fever and dietary cation-anion balance effects on concentration of vitamin D receptor in tissue of periparturient dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 78 (11):2388-2394. 1995.
Harp, J.A., and Goff, J P. Protection of calves with a vaccine against Cryptosporidium parvum. J. Parasitol. 81 (1):54-57. 1995.
Goff, J.P. Cation-anion difference of diets and its influence on milk fever and subsequent lactation: The good and the bad news. Presented at Cornell Nutrition Conference on Feed Manufacture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 1992.