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  1. Aplicativo vetpain

    Contributor(s):: Luna, S.

  2. Animal work before capitalism: Sheep's reproductive labor in the ancient South Caucasus

    Contributor(s):: Chazin, Hannah

  3. Behavior of lambs and ewes of the Polish Merino and Wrzosówka breeds simulating different conditions of loss during extensive grazing

    Contributor(s):: Nowak, Błażej, Mucha, Anna, Kruszyński, Wojciech

  4. Programmed parturition assistance (PPA) in primiparous wool-type ewes improves mother-lamb behaviour at lambing

    Contributor(s):: Regueiro, Mariel, Jorge-Smeding, Ezequiel, Baldi, Fernando, Borda, Agustina Idiarte, López-Mazz, Carlos, Banchero, Georgget

  5. Progressive weaning alters behaviour and biomarkers of stress in weaned lambs subjected to social isolation

    Contributor(s):: Freitas-de-Melo, Aline, Sánchez-Dávila, Fernando, Ungerfeld, Rodolfo

  6. Why are sheep sheepish? How perception affects animal stereotyping.

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    | Contributor(s):: Robert G. Franklin Jr.

    Marino & Merskin present compelling evidence that many stereotypes of sheep are incorrect. One factor that may play an important role in animal stereotyping is the physical appearance of animals, which can directly lead to stereotyping through automatic mental processes. Sheep have a round...

  7. Are early-life lambs’ characteristics and behavioural reactivity related to later survival and growth performance during artificial feeding?

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    | Contributor(s):: Mialon, Marie-Madeleine, Nowak, Raymond, Falourd, Patricia, Marcon, Didier, Lardy, Romain, Boivin, Xavier

  8. Schema Therapy with Sheep: Animal-assisted Intervention in Schema Therapeutic Psychiatric Addiction Treatment

    | Contributor(s):: Schmid, Petra, Nauss, Carmen, Uhlmann, Carmen

  9. Potential role of biologgers to automate detection of lame ewes and lambs

    | Contributor(s):: Lewis, K. E., Price, E., Croft, D. P., Green, L. E., Ozella, L., Cattuto, C., Langford, J.

  10. A preliminary investigation of the effect of solar panels and rotation frequency on the grazing behavior of sheep (Ovis aries) grazing dormant pasture

    | Contributor(s):: Kampherbeek, Emma W., Webb, Laura E., Reynolds, Beth J., Sistla, Seeta A., Horney, Marc R., Ripoll-Bosch, Raimon, Dubowsky, Jason P., McFarlane, Zachary D.

  11. Mother’s scent for motherless neonates: Responses of artificially reared lambs to ewe’s inguinal wax odor

    | Contributor(s):: Alary, Justine, Schaal, Benoist, Chotro, Gabriela, Patris, Bruno, Destrez, Alexandra

  12. Sex or maternal care? Nursing oestrous ewes prefer to interact with rams over their lambs

    | Contributor(s):: Freitas-de-Melo, Aline, Agrati, Daniella, Rodriguez, Mariana Garcia Kako, Pérez-Clariget, Raquel, Ungerfeld, Rodolfo

  13. Prioritization of Farm Animal Welfare Issues Using Expert Consensus

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    | Contributor(s):: Fiona C. Rioja-Lang, Melanie Connor, Heather J. Bacon, Alistair B. Lawrence, Cathy M. Dwyer

    Prioritization of animal welfare issues can help identify which areas most require research funding and raise awareness of best practices. A modified Delphi method was used to obtain expert opinion on the highest priority welfare issues for UK farmed livestock. Fifty-eight UK-based experts were...

  14. Applied cognition research to improve sheep welfare

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    | Contributor(s):: Kristina Horback

    If a change is going to occur in the care and management of domestic sheep, there needs to be a collaborative effort across many disciplines. This review by Marino & Merskin of the literature on cognitive processing in domestic sheep is limited by the inherent bias of the authors, including...

  15. Walking distance and maintenance energy requirements of sheep during mountain pasturing (transhumance)

    | Contributor(s):: Zanon, T., Gruber, M., Gauly, M.

  16. The Social Construction of Narratives and Arguments in Animal Welfare Discourse and Debate

    | Contributor(s):: Muhammad, Mukhtar, Stokes, Jessica E., Morgans, Lisa, Manning, Louise

    Stakeholders can hold conflicting values and viewpoints, on what animal welfare is and how a good life is achieved and can signal different problems, or problematize specific aspects of farm animal welfare, and propose different actions or interventions within food supply chains. The aim of the...

  17. Refined methodology for identification of bitterness aversion in mature rams through quantification of fluid intake and behavioral response to phenylthiocarbamide

    | Contributor(s):: Southerland, Claire N., Taylor, J. Bret, Yelich, Joel V., Ellison, Melinda J.

  18. Acute Stress Response of Sheep to Shearing Procedures: Dynamic Change of Cortisol Concentration and Protein Electrophoretic Pattern

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    | Contributor(s):: Arfuso, Francesca, Fazio, Francesco, Chikhi, Lucas, Aymond, Guillaume, Piccione, Giuseppe, Giannetto, Claudia

    The current study aimed to investigate the influence of acute stress by shearing procedures on hematological parameters, serum cortisol concentration and serum protein electrophoretic pattern in Comisana sheep. A total of 20 not pregnant and not lactating adult ewes, aged 3–4 years old and...

  19. Classifying the posture and activity of ewes and lambs using accelerometers and machine learning on a commercial flock

    | Contributor(s):: Price, Emily, Langford, Joss, Fawcett, Tim W., Wilson, Alastair J., Croft, Darren P.

    Early decision making in commercial livestock systems is key to maximising animal welfare and production. Detailed information on an animal’s phenotype is needed to facilitate this, but can be difficult to obtain in a commercial setting. Research into the use of bio-logging on sheep to...

  20. GPS monitoring reveals circadian rhythmicity in free-grazing sheep

    | Contributor(s):: Plaza, Javier, Palacios, Carlos, Abecia, José Alfonso, Nieto, Jaime, Sánchez-García, Mario, Sánchez, Nilda

    GPS collars are a technology that is used extensively to monitor livestock due to its versatility. In this study, the main objective was to confirm whether they can detect the circadian rhythmicity that modulates the behavior of free-grazing sheep. The Churra-breed flock that was monitored grazed...