Journal of Dairy Science® (JDS) website offers Additional Article Collections

April 11, 2016

Champaign, IL, April 11, 2016 - Approximately a year ago we introduced an enhancement to the Journal of Dairy Science® (JDS) -- the Article Collections. The collections are compilations of significant papers and research developments within a particular subject area, selected by experts in that area. All papers have been published in the JDS, assuring that the information is high quality peer reviewed work that can be cited with confidence. The initial collections were:

Estrus Technology Collection

Compiled by Karmella Dolecheck, Lauren Mayo, and Jeffrey Bewley, University of Kentucky

JDS Mastitis and Milk Quality Collection

Compiled by Pamela L. Ruegg, University of Wisconsin

Pregnancy Diagnosis and Resynchronization Collection

Compiled by Paulo D. Carvalho, Rafael Barletta, and Paul M. Fricke, Department of Dairy Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Editor's Choice

Editor's Choice is a feature of each Journal issue, and articles selected are made available for free access.

The initial "Collections" have proven to be very popular but there are many other areas of interest, so we have expanded the offerings with six additional "Collections." They are:

Tail Docking Collection

The Journal of Dairy Science has assembled a collection of research articles on the subject and has made these freely available to better inform discussion in the dairy community.

Listeria monocytogenes and Dairy Products Collection

Compiled by Maxwell L. Van Tassell, Garrett P. Hoepker, and Michael J. Miller, University of Illinois,


Compiled by the ad hoc ADSA Milk Protein and Enzyme Committee, Rafael Jiménez-Flores, Milena Corredig, and Rodrigo Roesch,

Timed AI Programs at First Insemination in Lactating Dairy Cattle

Compiled by Jeffrey S. Stevenson, Kansas State University,

Most-Cited Awards

Four articles are selected each year, one from each of the four sections of the journal: Dairy Foods; Physiology and Management; Nutrition, Feeding and Calves; and Genetics and Breeding for recognition, as having the most citations from the date of publication to April 15 of the recognition year.

Invited Reviews Collections

The section includes Invited Reviews in Animal Nutrition; Breeding, Genetics, and Genomics; Dairy Foods; Health, Behavior, and Well-Being; Physiology and Resources; and Environment.

All collections are now available at ADSA provides the collections as a service to the global dairy industry, enhancing the value that JDS already provides by creating content collections curated by ADSA members who are recognized experts in the field. Full access to all articles in every collection is provided to individual members and e-members of ADSA as well as institutional subscribers. Many articles are openly available and therefore accessible to all readers. To learn more about ADSA or to become a member go to

Elsevier Health Sciences

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