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Author(s)
Pullin, A. N.; Campbell, B. J.; Fluharty, F. L.; Pairis-Garcia, M. D.
Publisher
DCA - Danish Centre for Food and Agriculture, Tjele, Denmark
Citation
DCA Report, 2016, No.70, pp 15
Abstract

Author(s)
Weary, D. M.; Meagher, R. K.; Daros, R. R.; Costa, J. H. C.; Keyserlingk, M. A. G. von
Publisher
DCA - Danish Centre for Food and Agriculture, Tjele, Denmark
Citation
DCA Report, 2016, No.70, pp 21
Abstract

In this article, a case study was presented which focuses on metritis (uterine infection). Through a series of research studies it was determined that feeding behaviour including dry matter intake (DMI), and social behaviour can helped in identifying cows which are at risk of metritis specially...

Author(s)
Huzzey, J. M.; Keyserlingk, M. A. G. von
Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy
Citation
FAO Animal Production and Health Paper, 2013, No.175, pp 45-51
Abstract

In a study of laying hens in groups of 50, 500, and 3000, feather pecking was more of a problem in the larger flocks, but social behavioural problems were not.

Author(s)
Hirt, H.
Publisher
Kuratorium für Technik und Bauwesen in der Landwirtschaft e.V. (KTBL), Darmstadt, Germany
Citation
KTBL-Schrift, 2001, No.403, pp 137-144
Abstract

The behaviour of a herd of German Simmental cattle, maintained as a wild herd in the Swabian Alps is described. The behaviour was similar to that of feral cattle.

Author(s)
Tost, J.; Hörning, B.
Publisher
Kuratorium für Technik und Bauwesen in der Landwirtschaft e.V. (KTBL), Darmstadt, Germany
Citation
KTBL-Schrift, 2000, No.391, pp 16-25
Abstract

Feather pecking behaviour appeared to be copied in groups of laying hen chicks. Increased feather pecking rate coincided with a decrease in foraging behaviour, which suggests that feather pecking is a redirection of ground pecking and foraging behaviour.

Author(s)
Klein, T.; Zeltner, E.; Huber-Eicher, B.
Publisher
Kuratorium für Technik und Bauwesen in der Landwirtschaft e.V. (KTBL), Darmstadt, Germany
Citation
KTBL-Schrift, 2000, No.391, pp 26-32

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