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Hulet, C. V.; Anderson, D. M.; Shupe, W. L.; Murray, L. W.
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Sheep Research Journal, 1992, 8, 3, pp 112-115
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This study was conducted to determine if recently weaned heifers, averaging 3 months of age, would bond to sheep. Heifers with a mean age of 90 days were penned for 80 days, singly or in groups of 3 with 2 or 5 yearling ewes, respectively. The cattle and sheep were observed together, while on...

Author(s)
Anderson, D. M.; Hulet, C. V.; Smith, J. N.; Shupe, W. L.; Murray, L. W.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1992, 34, 1-2, pp 181-188
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Author(s)
Hulet, C. V.; Anderson, D. M.; Shupe, W. L.; Murray, L. W.
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Sheep Research Journal, 1992, 8, 2, pp 69-72
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Author(s)
Hulet, C. V.; Anderson, D. M.; Smith, J. N.; Shupe, W. L.; Murray, L. W.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1991, 30, 1-2, pp 97-103
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Author(s)
Hulet, C. V.
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Sheep Research Journal, 1989, 5, 2, pp 26-33
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Intra- and interspecific association of cattle and bonded or non-bonded sheep was observed under free-ranging conditions preceding, during and following the approach of a trained Border Collie dog. A bonded sheep is one which consistently stays in close proximity to cattle as a result of a...

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Anderson, D. M; Hulet, C. V.; Shupe, W. L.; Smith, J. N.; Murray, L. W.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1988, 21, 3, pp 251-257
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Rambouillet × Polypay lambs, averaging 45, 62 and 90 days of age, were penned with 8-9 month-old heifers for 60 days. Following 30 and 60 days of pen confinement, the treated and control lamb-heifer groups were observed in a 120-ha paddock for interspecific and intraspecific aggregation or...

Author(s)
Anderson, D. M.; Hulet, C. V.; Smith, J. N.; Shupe, W. L.; Murray, L. W.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1987, 19, 1/2, pp 31-40
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Abusive and non-abusive (tolerant) heifers were individually identified during pen confinement with young sheep. Physical aggression by abusive heifers toward lambs included butting and kicking. Two groups of three 75-day-old lambs confined with tolerant heifers developed a bond after 20 days and a ...

Author(s)
Anderson, D. M.; Hulet, C. V.; Smith, J. N.; Shupe, W. L.; Murray, L. W.
Citation
Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1987, 19, 1/2, pp 27-30