Items where Research Programme is "Animal Welfare" and Year is 2015

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Campbell, M L H and Sandoe, P (2015) Welfare in horse breeding. VETERINARY RECORD, 176 (17). pp. 436-40.

Fisher, M W and Muir, P D and Gregory, N G and Thomson, B C and Smith, N B and Johnstone, P D and Bicknell, N (2015) The effects of depriving feed to facilitate transport and slaughter in sheep - a case study of cull ewes held off pasture for different periods. NEW ZEALAND VETERINARY JOURNAL, 63 (5). pp. 260-264.

Gibson, T J and Bedford, E M and Chancellor, N M and Limon, G (2015) Pathophysiology of free-bullet slaughter of horses and ponies. MEAT SCIENCE, 108. pp. 120-124.

Gibson, T J and Dadios, N and Gregory, N G (2015) Effect of neck cut position on time to collapse in halal slaughtered cattle without stunning. MEAT SCIENCE, 110. pp. 310-4.

Gibson, T J and Mason, C W and Spence, J Y and Barker, H and Gregory, N G (2015) Factors Affecting Penetrating Captive Bolt Gun Performance. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 18 (3). pp. 222-238.

Gibson, T J and Quy, R J and Eason, C T and Gregory, N G (2015) Evaluation of a novel rodenticide: welfare assessment of fatal methaemoglobinaemia in adult rats (Rattus norvegicus). ANIMAL WELFARE, 24 (4). pp. 417-425.

Gibson, T J and Whitehead, C and Taylor, R and Sykes, O and Chancellor, N M and Limon, G (2015) Pathophysiology of penetrating captive bolt stunning in Alpacas. MEAT SCIENCE, 100. pp. 227-231.

Hawkins, P and Berdoy, M and Burn, C C and Bursnall, D and Cruden, J and McCormick, W and Miller, A and Proctor, H and Wittaker, D and Jennings, M and Hubrecht, R (2015) Report of the 2014 RSPCA/UFAW Rodent Welfare Group meeting. Animal Technology and Welfare, 14 (1). pp. 19-28.

Jamieson, J and Reiss, M J and Allen, D and Asher, L and Parker, M O and Wathes, C M and Abeyesinghe, S M (2015) Adolescents care but don't feel responsible for farm animal welfare. Society and Animals, 23 (3). pp. 269-297.

Kiddie, J L and Collins, L (2015) Identifying environmental and management factors that may be associated with the quality of life of kennelled dogs (Canis familiaris). Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 167. pp. 43-55.

Lampe, R and Witte, T H (2015) Speed of Dog Adoption: Impact of Online Photo Traits. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 18 (4). pp. 343-54.

Lilley, E and Armstrong, R and Clark, N and Gray, P and Hawkins, P and Mason, K and Lopez-Salesansky, N and Stark, A-K and Jackson, S K and Thiemermann, C and Nandi, M (2015) Refinement of animal models of sepsis and septic shock. Shock, 43 (4). pp. 304-316.

Lopez-Salesansky, N and Mazlan, N H and Whitfield, L E and Wells, D J and Burn, C C (2015) Olfaction variation in mouse husbandry and its implications for refinement and standardization: UK survey of animal scents. Laboratory Animals, 50 (5). pp. 362-369.

Mills, D (2015) Is EBVM ethical? VETERINARY RECORD, 177. pp. 181-182.

Packer, R M A and Hendricks, A and Burn, C C (2015) Impact of Facial Conformation on Canine Health: Corneal Ulceration. PLoS One, 10 (5). e0123827.

Packer, R M A and Hendricks, A and Tivers, M S and Burn, C C (2015) Impact of facial conformation on canine health: Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome. PLoS One, 10 (10).

Quy, R J and Gibson, T J and Lambert, M S and Eason, C T and Gregory, N G (2015) Evaluation of a novel rodenticide: acute sub- lethal effects of a methaemoglobin-inducing agent. ANIMAL WELFARE, 24 (4). pp. 427-436.

Reix, C E and Dikshit, A K and Hockenhull, J and Parker, R M A and Banerjee, A and Burn, C C and Pritchard, J C and Whay, H R (2015) A two-year participatory intervention project with owners to reduce lameness and limb abnormalities in working horses in Jaipur, India. PLoS One, 10 (4).

Romanini, C E B and Exadaktylos, V and Hong, S W and Tong, Q and McGonnell, I m and Demmers, T G M and Bergoug, H and Guinebretiere, M and Eterradossi, N and Roulston, N and Verhelst, R and Bahr, C and Berckmans, D (2015) An insight into the heat and mass transfer mechanisms of eggshells hatching broiler chicks and its effects to the hatcher environment. Journal of Thermal Biology, 48. pp. 69-76.

Sharp, T M and McLeod, S R and Leggett, K E A and Gibson, T J (2015) Evaluation of a spring-powered captive bolt gun for killing kangaroo pouch young. WILDLIFE RESEARCH, 41. pp. 623-632.

Tong, Q and Demmers, T G M and Romanini, C E B and Bergoug, H and Roulston, N and Exadaktylos, V and Bahr, C and Berckmans, D and Guinebretiere, M and Eterradossi, N and Garain, P and McGonnell, I M (2015) Physiological status of broiler chicks at pulling time and the relationship to duration of holding period. Animal, 9 (7). pp. 1181-7.

Tong, Q and McGonnell, I M and Romanini, C E B and Bergoug, H and Roulston, N and Exadaktylos, V and Berckmans, D and Bahr, C and Guinebretiere, M and Eterradossi, N and Garain, P and Demmers, T G M (2015) Effect of species-specific sound stimulation on the development and hatching of broiler chicks. BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE, 56 (2). pp. 143-8.

Tong, Q and McGonnell, I M and Roulston, N and Bergoug, H and Romanini, C E B and Garain, P and Eterradossi, N and Exadaktylos, V and Bahr, C and Berckmans, D and Demmers, T G M (2015) Higher levels of CO2 during late incubation alter the hatch time of chicken embryos. BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE, 56 (4). pp. 503-9.

Wells, D J (2015) Improving translational studies: lessons from rare neuromuscular diseases. Disease Models and Mechanisms, 8 (10). pp. 1175-7.

Conference or Workshop Item

Collins, S and Burn, C C and Cardwell, J M and Bell, N J (2015) Evaluating the concept of iceberg indicators for on-farm welfare assessment of dairy cattle by farmers. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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