A bibliometric analysis of past and emergent trends in animal welfare science
Contributor(s):: Freire, R., Nicol, C. J.
Is the rotarod test an objective alternative to the gait score for evaluating walking ability in chickens?
Contributor(s):: Malchow, J., Dudde, A., Berk, J., Krause, E. T., Sanders, O., Puppe, B., Schrader, L.
Improving leg health in broiler chickens: a systematic review of the effect of environmental enrichment
Contributor(s):: Pedersen, I. J., Forkman, B.
Scratch the surface: Histopathology of foot-pad dermatitis in turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo)
Contributor(s):: Stracke, J., Klotz, D., Wohlsein, P., Dohring, S., Volkmann, N., Kemper, N., Spindler, B.
Effects of carprofen, meloxicam and butorphanol on broiler chickens' performance in mobility tests
Contributor(s):: Hothersall, B., Caplen, G., Parker, R. M. A., Nicol, C. J., Waterman-Pearson, A. E., Weeks, C. A., Murrell, J. C.
Comparison of novel mechanical cervical dislocation and a modified captive bolt for on-farm killing of poultry on behavioural reflex responses and anatomical pathology
Contributor(s):: Martin, J. E., McKeegan, D. E. F., Sparrey, J., Sandilands, V.
Fit for transport? Broiler chicken fitness assessment for transportation to slaughter
Contributor(s):: Jacobs, L., Delezie, E., Duchateau, L., Goethals, K., Vermeulen, D., Buyse, J., Tuyttens, F. A. M.
Sensitivity of the integrated Welfare Quality((R)) scores to changing values of individual dairy cattle welfare measures
Contributor(s):: de Graaf, S., Ampe, B., Buijs, S., Andreasen, S. N., Des Roches, A. D., Van Eerdenburg, Fjcm, Haskell, M. J., Kirchner, M. K., Mounier, L., Radeski, M., Winkler, C., Bijttebier, J., Lauwers, L., Verbeke, W., Tuyttens, F. A. M.
Origin of the domestic chicken from modern biological and zooarchaeological approaches
Contributor(s):: Eda, M.
2021Animal Frontiers11352-612160-605610.1093/af/vfab016EnglishHokkaido University Museum, Hokkaido University, Kita 10, Nishi 8, Kita-ku, Sapporo Hokkaido 060-0810, Japan.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Role of Tryptophan-Kynurenine in Feather Pecking in Domestic Chicken Lines
| Contributor(s):: Patrick Birkl, Jacqueline Chow, Paul Forsythe, Johanna M. Gostner, Joergen B. Kjaer, Wolfgang A. Kunze, Peter McBride, Dietmar Fuchs, Alexandra Harlander-Matauschek
Research into the role of tryptophan (TRP) breakdown away from the serotonergic to the kynurenine (KYN) pathway by stimulating the brain-endocrine-immune axis system interaction has brought new insight into potential etiologies of certain human behavioral and mental disorders. TRP is involved...
Provision of Additional Cup Drinkers Mildly Alleviated Moderate Heat Stress Conditions in Broiler Chickens
| Contributor(s):: Iyasere, Oluwaseun S., Bateson, Melissa, Beard, Andrew P., Guy, Jonathan H.
Assessment of mobility and pain in broiler chickens with identifiable gait defects
| Contributor(s):: Tahamtani, Fernanda M., Herskin, Mette S., Foldager, Leslie, Murrell, Jo, Sandercock, Dale A., Riber, Anja B.
Optical flow, behaviour and broiler chicken welfare in the UK and Switzerland
| Contributor(s):: Dawkins, Marian Stamp, Wang, Lawrence, Ellwood, Stephen A., Roberts, Stephen J., Gebhardt-Henrich, Sabine G.
Feather Pecking and Cannibalism in Non-Beak-Trimmed Laying Hen Flocks—Farmers' Perspectives
| Contributor(s):: Eija Kaukonen, Anna Valros
Pecking-related problems are common in intensive egg production, compromising hen welfare, causing farmers economic losses and negatively affecting sustainability. These problems are often controlled by beak trimming, which in Finland is prohibited. An online questionnaire aimed to collect...
Rewarding memories? Behaviour of broiler chickens towards peat in flocks with and without previous exposure to peat
| Contributor(s):: Vas, Judit, BenSassi, Neila, Vasdal, Guro, Newberry, Ruth C.
Under commercial conditions, environmental provisions assumed to have an enriching effect on broiler chicken welfare may be offered infrequently and at limited locations, raising questions about their enrichment value. We hypothesized that, if broilers given limited access to peat remembered peat...
Play behaviour reduced by environmental enrichment in fast-growing broiler chickens
| Contributor(s):: Liu, Zhenzhen, Torrey, Stephanie, Newberry, Ruth C., Widowski, Tina
The objective of this study was to evaluate effects of environmental enrichment on play behaviour in fast-growing broiler chickens. Chicks (19 of each sex) were randomly assigned to 6 non-enriched (NE) pens and 6 pens enriched (E) with a raised platform, hanging weighing scale, peck stone, and...
Breed-related differences in the preference for inanimate objects between chicks of laying hens
| Contributor(s):: Kasperek, Kornel, Zięba, Grzegorz, Pluta, Adrian, Ziemiańska, Agnieszka, Rozempolska-Rucińska, Iwona
Our previous study showed significant behavioural differences between breeds of laying hens. Birds differed in their excitability, reactivity, decision-making speed, behavioural strategy, and interest in elements of the surroundings. The results of our investigations and studies conducted by...
Range use is related to free-range broiler chickens’ behavioral responses during food and social conditioned place preference tests
| Contributor(s):: Ferreira, Vitor Hugo Bessa, Germain, Karine, Calandreau, Ludovic, Guesdon, Vanessa
Free-range broiler chickens usually show an uneven spatial utilization of an outdoor range. Due to behavioral and cognitive between-individual differences, some animals may be driven to associate food and conspecifics more strongly to the barn, causing them to be less prone to explore the range....
Effects of environmental enrichment on activity and lameness in commercial broiler production
| Contributor(s):: Vasdal, Guro, Vas, Judit, Newberry, Ruth C., Moe, Randi Oppermann
The aim of this pilot study was to investigate the effects of commercially applied environmental enrichments on behavior and lameness in broilers. Two consecutive flocks of broilers were observed at 16 days and 30 days of age to investigate differences between enriched (peat, bales of lucerne...
Sward botanical composition and sward quality affect the foraging behaviour of free-range laying hens
| Contributor(s):: Breitsameter, Laura, Gauly, Matthias, Isselstein, Johannes
In a two-year experiment, we investigated the influence of sward plant species composition (sward type), stocking duration and state of sward degradation on the foraging behaviour of chickens. Laying hens (ISA Warren) were pastured on 15 sward types including 14 monocultures of grassland plant...