Publications - Publikationer https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&cHash=b9ee6d471ac671e9b20804c309d72c1b en-us PURE Extension typo3support@science.au.dk (Web Department) 30 <![CDATA[Unravelling the Role of Metabolites for Detecting Physiological State of Wild Animals]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=7022f92b-6898-4ee4-b51e-b4be0d235bc1&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=ffb8798d9d4f36016f1406cd8f0c677e Marín-García, P. J., Llobat, L., Rouco, C., et al. European wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) has been defined as a keystone species in the Mediterranean ecosystem. Rabbits have been classed as “endangered” by the IUCN within their native range. In this sense, animal nutrition may play a fundamental and limiting role in the conservation of wild species. The overarching goal of ecological nutrition is to unravel the extensive web of nutritional links that direct animals in their interactions with their ecological environments. The main aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of different feed intake, geographic location, animal sex, and reproductive stage on glucose, non-esterified fatty acids (NEFA), and plasmatic urea nitrogen (PUN), albumin, glutamate, and total protein metabolites. Additionally, we examined the potential of these metabolites as biomarkers. Full stomach contents and blood samples were collected from European wild rabbits (n = 89) for the analysis of the metabolites described above. Our work shows that the levels of these metabolites are affected by the sex of the animals, as well as by their reproductive stage (glucose, NEFA and albumin). There were signs of better optimisation of resources by females than by other groups of animals. These data may be interesting in the study of nutritional components that could be affecting physiological state of this species.

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Forskning Tue, 01 Nov 2022 07:28:14 +0100 7022f92b-6898-4ee4-b51e-b4be0d235bc1
<![CDATA[Evaluation of nutritional quality for weaner piglets of a new methanotrophic microbial cell-derived protein feed]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=83a05142-cc7b-4d04-a7f5-5efed54ae277&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=bdcd9b7f898162181d2d2bd259edc7a8 Rønn, M., Thorsteinsson, M., Johannsen, J. C., Nørgaard, J. V., Julegaard, I. K., Nielsen, M. O. This study aimed to test the hypothesis that a new methanotrophic microbial cell protein (MCP) product, Uniprotein®, has a protein value comparable to other high-quality feeds for weaner piglets. Two experiments were conducted. Experiment 1 was a balanced 6 × 6 Latin square design experiment with six ileal cannulated castrated pigs (start weight 30.2 ± 1.4 kg). They were fed six different diets (one diet did not belong to this study) over six periods, each of one week duration. Four of the diets contained 180 g crude protein (CP)/kg as-fed with either MCP, potato protein (PP), fishmeal (FM), or soy protein concentrate as the sole N-source. The fifth diet was N-free. Experiment 2 was a dose-response trial, where piglets during the first 14 days post-weaning were fed diets including increasing amounts of MCP (0, 30.0, 60.0, or 100.0 g MCP/kg as-fed, equivalent to 0, 112, 221 and 359 g microbial-derived CP/kg diet CP) at the expense of FM and PP. Crystaline CP, Lys, Met, Thr, Trp and Val were added to minimize differences across diets, and no medicinal zinc was added to any of the diets. In experiment 1, MCP had the second highest content of essential amino acids (EAA), but the lowest coefficient of standardized ileal digestibility for all EAA except Lys (P < 0.001). However, when contents of ileal digestible EAA were expressed relative to contents of ileal digestible Lys, MCP complied with Danish nutrient recommendations for weaner piglets for 7 out of 9 EAA, and with particularly high levels of digestible Met and Trp. Microbial cell protein had a superior profile as compared to FM for digestible EAA relative to digestible Lys. In experiment 2, MCP could constitute up to 221 g CP/kg diet without any addition of medicinal zinc during the first 14 days post-weaning without any negative impacts on daily weight gain or feed efficiency (gain:feed) compared to the control diet (0 MCP). In conclusion, MCP fulfills Danish recommendations for EAA composition for most EAA and can replace other high quality protein sources to constitute up to 22% of diet CP for weaner piglets without compromising piglet performance.

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Forskning Thu, 01 Dec 2022 07:28:14 +0100 83a05142-cc7b-4d04-a7f5-5efed54ae277
<![CDATA[Effect on carbon footprint when substituting grass-clover silage with maize silage for dairy cows]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=f495c475-b69e-47bc-9c75-3f20adb60f7e&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=d3b04854f6b01536467710044c60dca9 Børsting, C. F., Brask-Pedersen, D. N., Mogensen, L., et al. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 f495c475-b69e-47bc-9c75-3f20adb60f7e <![CDATA[Vælg de rigtige køer til forlænget laktation, session 64]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=a1094537-f146-4688-bcd6-d9a21f7160d1&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=b69e5fcdde1e57abbdeeda21a8f80caa Thorup, V. M., Thomsen, P. T., Kjeldsen, A. M., Bebe, T. ., Østergaard, S. Formidling Sun, 01 May 2022 07:28:14 +0200 a1094537-f146-4688-bcd6-d9a21f7160d1 <![CDATA[Bedste ketosetest?]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=048929e5-3a7a-4228-81f8-ba1d0f0ed0ff&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=355dd940ec9a989b24165beb64a3b388 Thomsen, P. T. Formidling Thu, 01 Dec 2022 07:28:14 +0100 048929e5-3a7a-4228-81f8-ba1d0f0ed0ff <![CDATA[Danish welfare-label pig production systems: Usage of antibiotics and occurrence of disease]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=d88cd520-c98c-4e8e-90e4-98f403cfb9fb&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=8c198536e1bc003b57cb236fa74830a6 Kongsted, H., Krogh, M. A., Nielsen, C. L., Henriksen, B. I. F., Foldager, L., Sørensen, J. T. Forskning Sat, 01 Oct 2022 07:28:14 +0200 d88cd520-c98c-4e8e-90e4-98f403cfb9fb <![CDATA[Impact of early inoculation of probiotics to suckling piglets on postweaning diarrhoea – A challenge study with Enterotoxigenic E. Coli F18]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=3761586b-cd3a-4be4-a58b-eaf15547fe51&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=ea9748b8d628b2c8347202055aeefa7b Hansen, L. H.B., Lauridsen, C., Nielsen, B., Jørgensen, L., Canibe, N. Postweaning diarrhoea caused by Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) is a threat to the pig industry. With an intensified focus on finding alternatives to the use of medical zinc oxide and antibiotics in newly weaned pigs, the objective of this study was to investigate the effect of early inoculation of probiotics to suckling piglets on subsequently ETEC faecal shedding and immune parameters in ETEC F18-challenged weaned piglets. Sixty pigs weaned on day 28 of age were assigned to three treatment groups: (i) Negative Control (non-challenged), (ii) Positive Control (challenged) and (iii) Probiotic (challenged and inoculated with a multi-species probiotic product during suckling). On days 1 and 2 postweaning, pigs in the Positive Control and Probiotic groups were challenged with 5 × 108 colony-forming unit ETEC F18/pig/day, whereas pigs in the Negative Control group were provided with NaCl. Growth and diarrhoea incidence were not significantly affected by ETEC challenge or probiotic administration. ETEC F18 shedding and C-reactive protein concentration in plasma were significantly lower in the Negative Control group, confirming a successful challenge model. Pigs in the Probiotic group had a significantly reduced number of pigs shedding ETEC F18 and STb toxin in faeces compared with the Positive Control group. Probiotic application did not significantly impact the concentration of C-reactive protein, haptoglobin and cytokines in plasma nor haematology numbers. In conclusion, weaned pigs administered with a multi-species probiotic product early in life had a more rapid response towards the pathogen challenge and a faster clearance of ETEC compared with the Positive Control group. Administration of a multi-species probiotic to newborn piglets may thus promote resilience in the newly weaned pig. However, further studies with pigs subjected to a more severe pathogen challenge are needed to confirm these results and to investigate the mechanism of action of the probiotic intervention.

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Forskning Tue, 01 Nov 2022 07:28:14 +0100 3761586b-cd3a-4be4-a58b-eaf15547fe51
<![CDATA[Effect of proportion and digestibility of grass-clover silage on feed intake, milk yield, and nitrogen excretion in lactating dairy cows]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=65a49d51-47aa-4167-a4e3-5f3f91989833&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=b7f4c242e492c72f4cb03948cf10c7f3 Brask-Pedersen, D. N., Madsen, P. A., Lund, P., Weisbjerg, M. R., Johansen, M. Forskning Thu, 01 Dec 2022 07:28:14 +0100 65a49d51-47aa-4167-a4e3-5f3f91989833 <![CDATA[Calcium and phosphorus digestibility in rock- and bone-derived calcium phosphates for pigs and poultry]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=7c918691-2028-4d7f-99a2-32c050c62265&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=02b81295f8b618a940394901ff2395e7 Woyengo, T. A., Nørgaard, J. V., van der Heide, M. E., Nielsen, T. S. Forskning Thu, 01 Dec 2022 07:28:14 +0100 7c918691-2028-4d7f-99a2-32c050c62265 <![CDATA[Bioavailability of Different Zinc Sources in Pigs 0-3 Weeks Post-Weaning]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=340290d3-2d78-4abb-88c9-66ab266cda04&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=924ba6c8176dd897b15d6d37d32087b5 Nielsen, T. S., Engelsmann, M. C. N., Hansen, S., Maribo, H. Forskning Sat, 01 Oct 2022 07:28:14 +0200 340290d3-2d78-4abb-88c9-66ab266cda04 <![CDATA[Proteomics study of cultivated bovine mammary epithelial cells secretome]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=d79271d1-6d74-4359-ae70-9a51dd60bd76&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=0f4580e4a2a8c5ca51c0c32c9a3e77f5 Che, J., Nielsen, S. D., Sattari, Z., et al. Forskning Sat, 01 Oct 2022 07:28:14 +0200 d79271d1-6d74-4359-ae70-9a51dd60bd76 <![CDATA[Proteomics study of cultivated bovine mammary epithelial cells secretome]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=af8edee9-d264-4138-986c-f37569e9462d&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=c913f6be5c56df5084ab1306fdffe099 Che, J., Nielsen, S. D., Sattari, Z., et al. Forskning Sat, 01 Oct 2022 07:28:14 +0200 af8edee9-d264-4138-986c-f37569e9462d <![CDATA[Automated detection and quantification of contact behaviour in pigs using deep learning]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=2aa11e8c-bc59-46f8-86e9-5f43861df405&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=36913a554e53d0033462518afdc5bfca Alameer, A., Buijs, S., O'Connell, N., et al. Change in the frequency of contact between pigs within a group may be indicative of a change in the physiological or health status of one or more pigs within a group, or indicative of the occurrence of abnormal behaviour, e.g. tail-biting. Here, we developed a novel framework that detects and quantifies the frequency of interaction, i.e., a pig head to another pig rear, between pigs in groups. The method does not require individual pig tracking/identification and uses only inexpensive camera-based data capturing infrastructure. We modified the architecture of well-established deep learning models and further developed a lightweight processing stage that scans over pigs to score said interactions. This included the addition of a detection subnetwork to a selected layer of the base residual network. We first validated the automated system to score the interactions between individual pigs within a group, and determined an average accuracy of 92.65% ± 3.74%, under a variety of settings, e.g., management set-ups and data capturing. We then applied the method to a significant welfare challenge in pigs, that of the detection of tail-biting outbreaks in pigs and quantified the changes that happen in contact behaviour during such an outbreak. Our study shows that the system is able to accurately monitor pig interactions under challenging farming conditions, without the need for additional sensors or a pig tracking stage. The method has a number of potential applications to the field of precision livestock farming of pigs that may transform the industry.

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Forskning Thu, 01 Dec 2022 07:28:14 +0100 2aa11e8c-bc59-46f8-86e9-5f43861df405
<![CDATA[Inbreeding and pedigree analysis of the European red dairy cattle]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=a3665971-8ab4-48b9-b1b2-016838ef44c9&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=fbf4b9a2e39e8de109c933d327c5fdf0 Nyman, S., Johansson, A. M., Palucci, V., et al. Background: Red dairy cattle breeds have an important role in the European dairy sector because of their functional characteristics and good health. Extensive pedigree information is available for these breeds and provides a unique opportunity to examine their population structure, such as effective population size, depth of the pedigree, and effective number of founders and ancestors, and inbreeding levels. Animals with the highest genetic contributions were identified. Pedigree data included 9,073,403 animals that were born between 1900 and 2019 from Denmark, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Sweden, and covered 32 breeds. The numerically largest breeds were Red Dairy Cattle and Meuse-Rhine-Yssel. Results: The deepest average complete generation equivalent (9.39) was found for Red Dairy Cattle in 2017. Mean pedigree completeness ranged from 0.6 for Finncattle to 7.51 for Red Dairy Cattle. An effective population size of 166 animals was estimated for the total pedigree and ranged from 35 (Rotes Höhenvieh) to 226 (Red Dairy Cattle). Average generation intervals were between 5 and 7 years. The mean inbreeding coefficient for animals born between 1960 and 2018 was 1.5%, with the highest inbreeding coefficients observed for Traditional Angler (4.2%) and Rotes Höhenvieh (4.1%). The most influential animal was a Dutch Meuse-Rhine-Yssel bull born in 1960. The mean inbreeding level for animals born between 2016 and 2018 was 2% and highest for the Meuse-Rhine-Yssel (4.64%) and Rotes Hohenvieh breeds (3.80%). Conclusions: We provide the first detailed analysis of the genetic diversity and inbreeding levels of the European red dairy cattle breeds. Rotes Höhenvieh and Traditional Angler have high inbreeding levels and are either close to or below the minimal recommended effective population size, thus it is necessary to implement tools to monitor the selection process in order to control inbreeding in these breeds. Red Dairy Cattle, Vorderwälder, Swedish Polled and Hinterwälder hold more genetic diversity. Regarding the Meuse-Rhine-Yssel breed, given its decreased population size, increased inbreeding and low effective population size, we recommend implementation of a breeding program to prevent further loss in its genetic diversity.

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Forskning Sat, 01 Oct 2022 07:28:14 +0200 a3665971-8ab4-48b9-b1b2-016838ef44c9
<![CDATA[The relationships between age, fear responses, and walking ability of broiler chickens]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=d89523b3-baa0-4c87-ad49-a79bc100d3ea&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=f71fe925f9d2243bd960c938f8de9e66 Rasmussen, S. N., Erasmus, M., Riber, A. B. Several validated fear tests rely on animals’ ability to approach or avoid a fear-provoking stimulus. However, as broiler chickens often suffer from walking impairments, inaccurate conclusions concerning their fear levels may be drawn. In the present study, the relationships between age, fear responses, and walking ability was studied in 12 fast-growing broiler chicken flocks on two conventional farms. Welfare assessments were performed when the birds were 21, 27, and 33 days old. Fear levels were assessed through two fear tests: The Stationary Person Test (SPT) and the Novel Object Test (NOT). Walking ability was assessed using the 6-point Bristol scale for gait scores. It was found that walking ability decreased with age (P < 0.001). Overall, the interaction between age and walking ability affected the outcome of both the SPT (SPT: P = 0.004) and the NOT (NOT: P = 0.016). The outcome of the SPT at the different ages indicated that fear levels decreased with increasing gait scores at 21 and 33 days of age, whereas the fear levels increased with increasing gait scores at 27 days of age. In comparison, the outcome of the NOT suggested that the fear response increased with increasing gait scores for ages 21 and 27. However, at age 33 days, increasing gait scores caused only a slight increase in the fear response. In conclusion, these findings suggest that the Stationary Person Test and the Novel Object Test may be influenced by poor walking ability. The results from this study suggest that walking impairment should be taken into consideration when performing the fear tests in question. The study further highlights the need to investigate other conditions, such as space limitations, that may affect the applicability of fear tests.

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Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 d89523b3-baa0-4c87-ad49-a79bc100d3ea
<![CDATA[Piglets' acute responses to local anesthetic injection and surgical castration]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=823ac33a-2fef-403c-b318-0e7b28b8ce22&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=0a98959d61dab60b1e7d115b60afc4bc Coutant, M., Malmkvist, J., Kaiser, M., Foldager, L., Herskin, M. S. Although applied in some countries, efficacy of local anesthetics based on procaine to mitigate acute responses to piglet castration remains questioned. This paper presents results from a factorial study examining the effects of two methods of injection of a procaine-based drug (intra-funicular, IF, vs. intra-testicular, IT), and four intervals between drug injection and castration (2.5, 5, 10, and 30 min) on acute responses of 3-4 day old piglets. The study involved 597 male piglets, and 13 treatments: surgical castration without anesthesia (CC), local anesthesia followed by castration involving all combinations of injection method and interval, and sham handling separated by the same four intervals (SH). Responses of piglets to drug injection, castration and sham handling were evaluated based on quantification of intra-procedural vocalizations and leg movements, as well as saliva cortisol concentration in samples taken before and after castration. No differences were found between IF and the simpler IT injection method. Intervals of 2.5 or 30 min led to stronger piglet responses than the other intervals. Overall, treatments involving anesthesia led to significantly stronger responses than sham handling, during both injection and castration. All treatments, even sham handling, led to a significant increase in saliva cortisol, with no differences between anesthesia treatments and controls. Based on these results, castration 5-10 min after intra-testicular injection of procaine seems to be preferable as compared to the other treatments tested. However, piglets still showed measurable signs of pain and stress during both injection and castration, while handling alone (including the use of a castration bench) triggered a noticeable stress response. In light of these findings, the overall benefit of the procedure in terms of piglet welfare remains arguable.

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Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 823ac33a-2fef-403c-b318-0e7b28b8ce22
<![CDATA[A field trial on the effect of cross-fostering and weaning age on daily gain and disease resilience in weaned pigs]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=5afd6dcf-81cf-4332-aebb-7088c2dd977b&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=d386bd5a8476c0f6dd0caff8dd1eb330 Nielsen, C. L., Krogh, M. A., Sørensen, J. T., Kongsted, H. Alternative management strategies that can increase disease resilience and reduce antibiotics in weaned pigs are needed. Our objective was to compare the effect of two nursing strategies and weaning ages on weight gain, clinical health and antibiotic treatments in weaned pigs not provided with medical zinc oxide in feed. A 2×2 factorial trial was conducted in three Danish commercial herds. Nursing strategies tested were “cross-fostering allowed” (CF) vs. “cross-fostering not allowed” (non-CF). Weaning ages tested were four (24–29 days) vs. five weeks (31–35 days). Pigs were followed from weaning until 33–35 days post-weaning. Herd staff made decisions on and registered antibiotic treatment, removal of pigs to sick pens and mortality. Pigs were weighed at weaning (N = 3139) and on day 33–35 post-weaning (N = 2898). Clinical examinations were carried out on day 4, 7 and 33–35 post-weaning. The effect of nursing strategy and weaning age on weight gain, clinical health and antibiotic treatments was analysed by mixed linear and logistic models. We found that pigs weaned at five weeks of age gained 103.6 g more daily compared to pigs weaned at four weeks during the 33–35 days post-weaning (<0.001). Weaning age affected diarrhoea prevalence, but the effect differed between herds. For pigs weaned at five weeks compared to four weeks of age, the odds for diarrhoea one week post-weaning was 0.7 times lower in one herd whereas the odds for diarrhoea were 2.0 and 1.4 times higher in the two other herds, respectively (P < 0.05). In all herds, we found fewer runted (OR=0.28, P < 0.001) and thin (OR=0.23, P < 0.001) pigs 33–35 days post-weaning in pigs weaned at five weeks of age compared to four weeks. Furthermore, in all herds, CF pigs were more likely to be removed to a sick pen or to die. In total, 5.9%, 13.6% and 64.9% of the studied weaned pigs were treated with antibiotics in the three herds, respectively. Treatment prevalence did not associate to weaning age or nursing strategy and did not in all cases appear to be linked with diarrhoea prevalence. The results indicate that a higher weaning age and less cross-fostering to some extend increase disease resilience post-weaning but herd specific factors interacted with the effects. The prevalence of pigs treated with antibiotics were herd dependent and may relate more to management decisions than to disease level.

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Forskning Tue, 01 Nov 2022 07:28:14 +0100 5afd6dcf-81cf-4332-aebb-7088c2dd977b
<![CDATA[Agroforestry reduces nitrogen surplus of organic poultry and pig production]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=61d9cb05-1d27-491c-909a-bb5c84e48dfd&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=c88524f39de57dad78edbd7d6f8d5073 Manevski, K., Hellwing, A. L. F., Andersen, H. M., et al. Forskning Sat, 01 Jan 2022 07:28:14 +0100 61d9cb05-1d27-491c-909a-bb5c84e48dfd <![CDATA[Coupling the benefits of grassland crops and green biorefining to produce protein, products and services for the green transition]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=c921b091-abd0-45e3-aea1-40d089729f94&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=9ae12b336bdeb9b3422aa982c11a1da8 Jørgensen, U., Jensen, S. K., Ambye-Jensen, M. Forskning Sat, 01 Jan 2022 07:28:14 +0100 c921b091-abd0-45e3-aea1-40d089729f94 <![CDATA[Welfare issues and potential solutions for laying hens in free range and organic production systems]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=4bad2f2d-bfed-4567-b64c-b3346460153d&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=8d71ad8cf5d22205a694a400680de08b Bonnefous, C., Collin, A., Guilloteau, L. A., et al. In free-range and organic production systems, hens can make choices according to their needs and desires, which is in accordance with welfare definitions. Nonetheless, health and behavioral problems are also encountered in these systems. The aim of this article was to identify welfare challenges observed in these production systems in the EU and the most promising solutions to overcome these challenges. It is based on a review of published literature and research projects complemented by interviews with experts. We selected EU specific information for welfare problems, however, the selected literature regarding solutions is global. Free range use may increase the risk of infection by some bacteria, viruses and parasites. Preventive methods include avoiding contamination thanks to biosecurity measures and strengthening animals' natural defenses against these diseases which can be based on nutritional means with new diet components such as insect-derived products, probiotics and prebiotics. Phytotherapy and aromatherapy can be used as preventive and curative medicine and vaccines as alternatives to antibiotics and pesticides. Bone quality in pullets and hens prevents keel deviations and is favored by exercise in the outdoor range. Free range use also lead to higher exposure to variable weather conditions and predators, therefore shadow, fences and guard animals can be used to prevent heat stress and predation respectively. Granting a free range provides opportunities for the expression of many behaviors and yet many hens usually stay close to the house. Providing the birds with trees, shelters or attractive plants can increase range use. Small flock sizes, early experiences of enrichment and personality traits have also been found to enhance range use. Severe feather pecking can occur in free range production systems, although flocks using the outdoor area have better plumage than indoors. While many prevention strategies are facilitated in free range systems, the influence of genetics, prenatal and nutritional factors in free range hens still need to be investigated. This review provides information about practices that have been tested or still need to be explored and this information can be used by stakeholders and researchers to help them evaluate the applicability of these solutions for welfare improvement.

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<![CDATA[Nutritional metabolites as Biomarkers of Previous Feed Intake in European Rabbit (<i>Oryctolagus cuniculus</i>)]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=73aed5c1-5c07-49e2-ac43-0dbf144a6481&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=969d4604f91ed6c18fe63d30882d1b96 Marin Garcia, P. J., Llobat, L., Rouco, C., et al. Forskning Sat, 01 Oct 2022 07:28:14 +0200 73aed5c1-5c07-49e2-ac43-0dbf144a6481 <![CDATA[Phenotypic differences and genetic parameters for methane concentration in BeefxDairy crossbred slaughter calves]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=db506dd6-3e0f-4a7a-9ae6-04895464ee94&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=1017642ad8a1a635f0897baf7f88e718 Johansen, K., Kargo, M. ., Bjerring, M., Løvendahl, P., Buitenhuis, A. J. sires compared to Belgian Blue. The heritability of log transformed CH4c for Belgian blue crosses was estimated to be 0.44 (±0.08), and for log transformed CH4c adjusted for background CH4 it was 0.33 (±0.06). This is in line with heritabilities found for log transformed CH4c in Holstein cows, and will be the basis for further analysis in genetic architecture of methane traits in crossbred slaughter calves.]]> Forskning Fri, 01 Jul 2022 07:28:14 +0200 db506dd6-3e0f-4a7a-9ae6-04895464ee94 <![CDATA[Review on Preventive Measures to Reduce Post-Weaning Diarrhoea in Piglets]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=45095c45-6422-4f42-ac3f-a3beef7f559b&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=52057ffcaf54923955f7354e6a77fbee Canibe, N., Højberg, O., Kongsted, H., et al. Forskning Sat, 01 Jan 2022 07:28:14 +0100 45095c45-6422-4f42-ac3f-a3beef7f559b <![CDATA[Randomized field study of extended lactation in 48 Danish dairy herds]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=f3ce5677-3fc8-4563-a77a-e748b4348df4&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=e8179bbb2242f2cce5b0d126bee0dd3a Thorup, V. M., Simpson, G., Kjeldsen, A. M. H., Nielsen, L. A. H. ., Østergaard, S. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 f3ce5677-3fc8-4563-a77a-e748b4348df4 <![CDATA[Can control of oxidative stress and inflammation lead to reduction of the use of antimicrobials?]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=0963d113-5ce2-45f7-8d76-bba00c640dd8&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=016391d3050d8de08280bb70c9b75aab Lauridsen, C. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 0963d113-5ce2-45f7-8d76-bba00c640dd8 <![CDATA[Effect of abomasal amino acid infusions on performances and metabolism in postpartum dairy cows]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=88dcdd4d-4a8d-4376-ab71-84580b4d2cd3&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=0288aafe46bdb869f3f24704db2a8bbc Bahloul, L., Hernandez Castellano, L. E., Lapierre, H., Schwab, C.G., Larsen, M. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 88dcdd4d-4a8d-4376-ab71-84580b4d2cd3 <![CDATA[Digestibility of α-, γ-tocopherol, and α-tocotrienol in the digestive tract of dairy cows]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=bad9e2b3-2a32-42f7-9cc8-8307ecd8d280&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=f8ddca8fcfe367628b5d02f8c1ffa9e9 Lashkari, S., M. Panah, F., Weisbjerg, M. R., Jensen, S. K. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 bad9e2b3-2a32-42f7-9cc8-8307ecd8d280 <![CDATA[Feeding concentrated colostrum ensures sufficient uptake of IgG in Holstein calves]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=f82bfc23-6d5f-47f2-9af5-28284c741846&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=83f20862be38fec8ce0a086b7344b46f Myhlendorph-Jarltoft, T., Jessen, C. B., Samarasinghe, M. B., Vestergaard, M. . Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 f82bfc23-6d5f-47f2-9af5-28284c741846 <![CDATA[GROBEAT: Grass-fed organic beef for sustainable eating]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=ff6990c6-c1fe-4cbb-ae5e-15041b0c47d4&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=8ac890c610ab16cecad345c273844a5c Therkildsen, M., Andersen, B. V., Chaaban, N., et al. Formidling Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 ff6990c6-c1fe-4cbb-ae5e-15041b0c47d4 <![CDATA[Bæredygtig kødproduktion]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=495b12e1-d451-4f04-81aa-ced07dc6c8e3&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=c909feaf3a947f57f03d800700c751ff Therkildsen, M., Andersen, B. V., Chaaban, N., et al. Formidling Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 495b12e1-d451-4f04-81aa-ced07dc6c8e3 <![CDATA[Influence of glyphosate residues in sow diets on piglet diarrhoea, kinky tails and stillbirth]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=dde347e0-a869-42ed-b692-1eb475db46bc&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=85d0994fbe241ca348f5cf227821cacc Winters, J. F. M., Foldager, L., Krogh, U., Nørskov, N., Sørensen, M. T. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 dde347e0-a869-42ed-b692-1eb475db46bc <![CDATA[Minor influence of feed glyphosate on gut microbial ecology of weaned piglets]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=c7e46a6b-829a-4b7c-bdef-7abc0428b969&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=f488bcfc0087d23e2915bdedd5550c00 Rani, S., Sørensen, M. T., Noel, S. J., et al. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 c7e46a6b-829a-4b7c-bdef-7abc0428b969 <![CDATA[Deck height during transport of weaners – piglet height and microclimatic conditions inside trucks]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=9ac0987f-88e9-43be-8287-88cf9e2e0978&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=8fd379ad6e8f76cdfd8bca006b6b9d44 Foldager, L., Kaiser, M., Chen, G., et al. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 9ac0987f-88e9-43be-8287-88cf9e2e0978 <![CDATA[Simulation of enteric methane emission friendly management strategies in Danish dairy herds]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=4a581212-c4ed-4724-a22a-f3cd44d6e1eb&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=1dd23e97e9f005b77d681ef7a4764300 Thorup, V. M., Kudahl, A. B., Chen, L., Østergaard, S. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 4a581212-c4ed-4724-a22a-f3cd44d6e1eb <![CDATA[Weaning intact litters in farrowing pens for loose housed sows]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=fb5306dd-a911-4f6f-bd9d-7af35eaabeb5&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=044ee8feed0a2176be3965ae5bbfcf60 Winters, J. F. M., Schönherz, A. A., Canibe, N., Foldager, L., Pedersen, L. J. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 fb5306dd-a911-4f6f-bd9d-7af35eaabeb5 <![CDATA[Fat supplement for dairy cow diets during early lactation – meta analysis]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=742ddde9-e9b9-41ce-a0ca-1af8a8d80888&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=4763934ae4ea068631f4541861f7bca0 Lashkari, S., Weisbjerg, M. R., Foldager, L., Børsting, C. F. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 742ddde9-e9b9-41ce-a0ca-1af8a8d80888 <![CDATA[Recording of eating time in rosé veal calves by use of an automated video system]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=2933e4ea-b33a-41b5-8417-3a937c890343&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=cb413e129eb5cfe1751800bcf4355df5 Vestergaard, M. ., Bonde, H.H., Bjerring, M., Ahrendt, P. ., Nielsen, L. A. H., Kjeldsen, A.M. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 2933e4ea-b33a-41b5-8417-3a937c890343 <![CDATA[Does diet starch and fibre content affect variation in feed intake in 6 and 8.5 months bull calves]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=44129135-2265-4374-8bf2-147acd9e15f9&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=f36c08d4211c0ade592914703de9f5bb Vestergaard, M. ., Bjerring, M., Kjeldsen, A.M. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 44129135-2265-4374-8bf2-147acd9e15f9 <![CDATA[Paving the way towards common standards and guidelines for experimental studies with cattle]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=941b47f9-917a-4b8f-8088-2ca75c994c0b&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=877348ed07f84736d260e445a22cbf09 Mesgaran, S., Baumont, R., Munksgaard, L., et al. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 941b47f9-917a-4b8f-8088-2ca75c994c0b <![CDATA[Combined effect of anti-methanogenic compounds (rapeseeds, nitrate and 3-NOP) on fatty acids in milk]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=3de19203-1ddf-44bb-a851-be3fb14599a9&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=d5e864e13b755680df39c294d417726f Sirinayake Lokuge, G. M., Larsen, L. B., Maigaard, M., Wiking, L., Lund, P., Poulsen, N. A. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 3de19203-1ddf-44bb-a851-be3fb14599a9 <![CDATA[Integrating European cattle research infrastructures for innovation: outcomes from SmartCow project]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=f16136cb-94aa-45fd-9385-dea93814b1bc&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=bba79693ce59c780ce19281316b812e2 Baumont, R., O'Donovan, M. ., Dewhurst, R., et al. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 f16136cb-94aa-45fd-9385-dea93814b1bc <![CDATA[Promising proxies to predict feed efficiency and its components in dairy and beef cattle]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=5edcac0d-d68a-41e5-8539-98e76526943e&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=6b6f69a52d26eabade8fb7f12ce897a8 Martin, C., Vanlierde, A., Dehreng, F. ., et al. Forskning Thu, 01 Sep 2022 07:28:14 +0200 5edcac0d-d68a-41e5-8539-98e76526943e <![CDATA[ManyGoats - an initiative to promote open and reproducible research on goat behaviour and welfare]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=29eb9987-78de-4cd4-908c-3f897a024ae4&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=4af1e9c6b6c0e63c1083b05a53ee8aa8 Amici, F. ., Atay, O. ., Balaro, M. ., et al. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 29eb9987-78de-4cd4-908c-3f897a024ae4 <![CDATA[Association of range use, individual behavior, and welfare indicators of two laying hen hybrids housed under organic conditions]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=02edde2e-fdac-4f99-8859-1380eb672b8c&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=934ac62bebfd1698ae62a65b4007adeb Wurtz, K. E., Tahamtani, F. M., Foldager, L., Thodberg, K., Riber, A. B. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 02edde2e-fdac-4f99-8859-1380eb672b8c <![CDATA[Shelter-seeking behaviour in horses during summer – do weather conditions and horsefl y (Tabanidae) activity matter?]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=81f65918-bdd0-47b3-8411-420d9782246a&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=42b1e9bc36afc592210426963f8f1a37 Christensen, J. W., Skovgård, H. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 81f65918-bdd0-47b3-8411-420d9782246a <![CDATA[The relationship between age, fear responses, and walking ability of broiler chickens]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=34c86986-9078-4509-a9b1-e2a4c2bd48c2&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=e7870fe4a82a6db2667aa0c053549efa Rasmussen, S., Erasmus, M., Riber, A. B. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 34c86986-9078-4509-a9b1-e2a4c2bd48c2 <![CDATA[Learning performance and active enrichment use in farm mink with different forms of abnormal behaviour]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=ac4fdff7-3d6f-410a-b806-ef9e0fec836b&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=407f419be0db20972bcdccb3a4212b59 Malmkvist, J., Díez-León, M., Christensen, J. W. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 ac4fdff7-3d6f-410a-b806-ef9e0fec836b <![CDATA[On-farm administration of local anaesthetic and surgical castration of piglets]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=487d2c51-e325-4277-9ea0-8015ed46527e&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=a9f243aefcc18f7ecc85fd80bed7e334 Coutant, M. P., Malmkvist, J., Kaiser, M., Foldager, L., Herskin, M. S. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 487d2c51-e325-4277-9ea0-8015ed46527e <![CDATA[Dealing with the challenge of early-life piglet hypothermia during the keeping of outdoor farrowing sows]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=a54f660b-9d8a-4030-9cb5-468ede290300&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=d33a199f732e3cb1b329c79cc916a323 Malmkvist, J., Pedersen, L. J. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 a54f660b-9d8a-4030-9cb5-468ede290300 <![CDATA[Validation of behavioural sampling techniques for 20-25 kg pigs during 23-hour transport]]> https://anivet.au.dk/aktuelt/publikationer?tx_pure_pure5%5Baction%5D=single&tx_pure_pure5%5Bcontroller%5D=Publications&tx_pure_pure5%5Bid%5D=dc6e3618-0cd9-4130-9583-d9ba420477c6&tx_pure_pure5%5BshowType%5D=pub&cHash=2cf5ccc12a1429024adac91f31b26a62 Kobek-Kjeldager, C., Jensen, L. D., Foldager, L., Kaiser, M., Thodberg, K., Herskin, M. S. Forskning Mon, 01 Aug 2022 07:28:14 +0200 dc6e3618-0cd9-4130-9583-d9ba420477c6