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  1. Why are sheep lame? Temporal associations between severity of foot lesions and severity of lameness in 60 sheep

    Contributor(s):: Kaler, J., George, T. R. N., Green, L. E.

    We investigated the temporal associations between the severity of foot lesions caused by footrot (FR) and the severity of lameness in sheep. Sixty sheep from one farm were monitored for five weeks. The locomotion of each sheep was scored once each week using a validated numerical rating scale of...

  2. Brebis, agneaux à viande et prairies au domaine de Roussergue (Penne-du-Tarn, Tarn) = Ewes, lambs and meadows in the Roussergue property (Penne-du-Tarn, Tarn)

    Contributor(s):: Ruas, Marie-Pierre, Rendu, Christine, Albéro, Thierry, Vigne, Jean-Denis

  3. La mémoire longue d'une métissage : la "métisse" ou la race ovine mérinos d'Arles = Story of crossbreeding : the "métisse" or the Merino sheep of Arles

    Contributor(s):: Fabre, Patrick, Lebaudy, Guillaume

  4. Late medieval tawyers' waste and pig skeletons in early post-medieval pits from Bonners Lane, Leicester, England, U.K

    Contributor(s):: Baxter, Ian L.

  5. Modern frame of reference for ewes in the "southern pre-Alps" (Digne, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France): husbandry practices and dental

    Contributor(s):: Blaise, Emilie

  6. Occupational Histories, Settlements, and Subsistence in Western India: What Bones and Genes can tell us about the Origins and Spread of Pastoralism

    Contributor(s):: Patel, Ajita K.

  7. Référentiel actuel de brebis "Préalpes du sud" (Digne, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France) : pratiques d'élevage et âges dentaires = Modern frame of reference for ewes in the &qu

    Contributor(s):: Blaise, Ã

  8. Sex-ratio et stratégies de chasse au Paléolithique : l'apport de l'analyse des mélanges = Sex-ratio and hunting strategies of the Palaeolithic : the contribution of mixture analysis

    Contributor(s):: Monchot, H.

  9. The evolution of sheep and goat husbandry in central Anatolia

    Contributor(s):: Arbuckle, Benjamin S., Oeztan, Aliye, Guelcur, Sevil

  10. The interaction between biological and technological change during the development of different fleece types in sheep

    Contributor(s):: Ryder, M. L.

  11. Was milk a "secondary product" in the Old World Neolithisation process? Its role in the domestication of cattle, sheep and goats

    Contributor(s):: Vigne, Jean-Denis, Helmer, Daniel

  12. Domestication and behaviour

    Contributor(s):: Goldberg, J.

    The domestication of animal species has led to complex relations with humans entailing profound transformations, especially at the behavioural level. It is a rather difficult task to answer the question of whether the wild ancestors of a given domestic form were in some way preadapted to...

  13. Studies on the phenogenetics of behaviour in dogs

    Contributor(s):: Krusinskii, L. V.

    THE 3 characters studied are (a) "passive defence reaction, " or shyness, T, as shown by tendency to run away at the approach of a stranger, hiding in a corner, dilation of pupils, muscular tetanus; (b) "active defence reaction " or aggressiveness, A [N.B. author uses no symbol] shown by attempt...

  14. Genetics and the development of social behavior in dogs

    Contributor(s):: Scott, J. P.

    The puppies used in the experiments lived with their litter-mates from birth until 1 yr. of age, first in large nursery rooms and later in spacious outdoor runs. Behavioural tests were given to animals of 5 different breeds: Basenji, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Shetland Sheep Dog, and Wire-haired Fox...

  15. Genetics of behavioural reactivity in sheep: a strategy for combining animal welfare and efficiency of production

    Contributor(s):: Boissy, A., Ligout, S., Foulquie, D., Gautier, A., Moreno, C., Delval, E., Francois, D., Bouix, J.

    Modern farm practices, such as reduced contact of livestock with humans and increased size of the herd, induce a decrease of animal familiarisation to farmers so that they are more susceptible to be stressed by routine management procedures. In addition, due to the less support by humans, the...