Animal Behavior and Well-Being II

Section: Animal Behavior and Well-Being
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Wednesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Gatlin Ballroom
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
The relationship between equine temperament and behavior as affected over time by the skill level of the rider.
Katherine Koudele
Better welfare outcomes in lambs subjected to gradual weaning when compared with abrupt weaning.
Cristiane G. Titto
Assessing cow-calf welfare.
Gabrielle E. Simon
Identifying the principal problems of animal welfare on intensive dairy farms in the central zone of Chile.
Maria Sol Morales
Identifying farm-level factors affecting milking attendance and productivity in automated milking systems.
Meagan T. M. King
Differences in cow comfort between traditional bedded pack and compost bedded pack for dairy housing systems.
Cinta Sol
Behaviors of Holstein heifers associated with large follicles during the estrous cycle.
Cassandra S. Skenandore
Behavioral responses of periparturient Jersey cows treated with recombinant bovine somatotropin during the periparturient period.
Daniela N. Liboreiro
Preference of flavored concentrate premixes by dairy cows.
Michael T. Harper
Sorting of TMR by dairy calves is affected by availability of an alternative source of grain.
Joao H. C. Costa
Predicting filching: A logistical approach.
Kristina A. Weld
Validation of methodology for assessing heat abatement strategies in dry-lot cattle.
Grazyne Tresoldi
Infrared thermography as a tool to diagnose foot rot and digital dermatitis in feedlot cattle.
Diego Moya
Continuous recording versus scan-sampling in behavioral studies with growing heifers fed high-concentrate diets.
Ana Madruga
Evaluation of technologies to predict the onset of calving in Holstein dairy cows.
Véronique Ouellet
Barrow behavioral reactivity to a human or novel object when fed low versus high fiber diets.
Jessica D. Colpoys
A novel objective chute score interacts with monensin to affect growth of receiving cattle.
Kelsey A. Bruno
Could forming uniform body weight groups at entrance result in improved performance, behavior, health and carcass in fattening Holstein bulls?
Marçal Verdú