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The behaviour of 200 breeding sows permanently kept in individual pens, 200 X 64 cm, built of metal tubes, on concrete floors without bedding, was observed for a total of 13 hours. During that time chewing movements were noted in 15%, bar biting in 25.5%, and a dog-like sitting posture with closed...

Author(s)
Sambraus, H. H.; Schunke, B.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1982, 69, 6/7, pp 200-208
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Sambraus, H. H.
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Du und das Tier, 1981, 11, 4, pp 188-196
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The flehmen behaviour that sometimes appears spontaneously in sows kept in pens is described. No specific flehmen could be released by urine, blood, ether or diesel, but a yawn-flehmen rather similar to flehmen did occur. That flehmen was not observed in pigs until recently probably has...

Author(s)
Sambraus, H. H.
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Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, A, 1981, 28, 2, pp 95-101
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Sambraus, H. H.
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Zuchtungskunde, 1981, 53, 2, pp 147-157
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32 German Landrace sows and their 259 piglets were observed. The formation of the teat order is generally completed within five to seven days. Sex and birthweight have no significant influence on the position of a piglet in the teat order; the same applies to the influence of birth sequence on...

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Jones-Baade, R.; Schumacher, E.; Sambraus, H. H.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1978, 91, 1, pp 1-5