James D. Quigley, III
Vice President and Director of Calf Operations
2425 SE Oak Tree Ct.
Ankeny, IA 50021-7102
Doctor of Philosophy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: 1985
Master of Science, University of New Hampshire: 1983
Bachelor of Science, University of New Hampshire: 1979
Dr. Quigley's areas of research include neonatal immunology, rumen development, calf and heifer nutrition and management.
American Dairy Science Association; American Society of Animal Science; American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists
Drewry, J. J., J. D. Quigley, III, D. R. Geiser, and M. G. Welborn. 1999. The effect of elevated arterial carbon dioxide tension on efficiency of immunoglobulin G absorption in calves. Am. J. Vet. Res. 60:609-614.
Quigley, J. D., III, C. A. Jaynes, M. L. Miller, E. Schanus, H. Chester-Jones, G. D. Marx and D. M. Allen. 2000. Effects of hydrolyzed spray dried red blood cells in milk replacer on calf intake, body weight gain and efficiency. J. Dairy Sci. 83:788-794.
Quigley, J. D., III, P. French, and R. E. James. 2000. Effect of pH on absorption of immunoglobulin G in neonatal calves. J. Dairy Sci. 83:1853-1855.
Quigley, J. D., III and M. D. Drew. 2000. Effects of oral antibiotics or IgG on survival, health and growth in dairy calves challenged with Escherichia coli. Food Ag. Immunol. 12:311-318.
Davenport, D. F., J. D. Quigley, III, J. E. Martin, J. A. Holt, and J. D. Arthington. 2000. Addition of casein or whey protein to colostrum or a colostrum supplement product on absorption of IgG in neonatal calves. J. Dairy Sci. 83:2813-2819.
Arthington, J. D., M. B. Cattell and J. D. Quigley, III. 2000. Effect of dietary IgG source (colostrum, serum, or milk-derived supplement) on the efficiency of IgG absorption in newborn Holstein calves. J. Dairy Sci. 83:1463-1467.
Arthington, J. D. M. B. Cattell,J. D. Quigley, III, G. C. McCoy, and W. L. Hurley. 2000. Passive immunoglobulin transfer in newborn calves fed colostrum or spray-dried serum protein alone or as a supplement to colostrum of varying quality. J. Dairy Sci. 83:28342838.
Hammer, C. J., J. D. Quigley, III, L. Ribeiro, and H. D. Tyler. 2004. Characterization of a colostrum replacer containing IgG concentrate and growth factors. J. Dairy Sci. 87:106–111.
Quigley, J. D., III, J. M. Campbell, J. P. Polo and L. E. Russell. 2004. Effects of spray-dried animal plasma on intake and apparent digestibility in dogs. J. Anim. Sci. 82:1685-1692.
Santoro, H. M., P. S. Erickson, N. L. Whitehouse, A. M. McLaughlin, C. G. Schwab, and J. D. Quigley, III. 2004. Evaluation of a colostrum supplement, with or without trypsin inhibitor, and an egg protein milk replacer for dairy calves. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1739-1746.
Jones, C. M., R. E. James, J. D. Quigley, III, and M. L. McGilliard. 2004. Influence of pooled colostrum or colostrum replacement on IgG and evaluation of animal plasma in milk replacer. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1806-1814.
Coverdale, J. A., H. D. Tyler, J. D. Quigley, III, and J. A. Brumm. 2004. Effect of various levels of forage and form of diet on rumen development and growth in calves. J. Dairy Sci. 87:2554–2562.
Pérez-Bosque, P., C. Amat, C. Pelegrí, M. Vicario, M. Castell, J. Campbell, J. D. Quigley, III, J. Polo and M. Moretó. 2004. Effects of dietary plasma protein on the immune response of weaned rats challenged with S. aureus superantigen. J. Nutr. 134: 2667–2672,.
Polo, J., J. D. Quigley, III, L. E. Russell, J. M. Campbell, J. Pujols, and P. D. Lukert. 2005. Efficacy of spray-drying to reduce infectivity of Pseudorabies and Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) viruses and seroconversion in pigs fed diets containing spray-dried animal plasma. J. Anim. Sci.83:1933-1938.
Quigley, J. D., T. A. Wolfe, and T. H. Elsasser. 2006. Effects of additional milk replacer feeding on calf health, growth and selected blood metabolites in calves. J. Dairy Sci. J. Dairy Sci. 89:207–216.