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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Oluwaseun Iyasere
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Andrew Beard
Dr Jonathan Guy
Provision of Additional Cup Drinkers Mildly Alleviated Moderate Heat Stress Conditions in Broiler Chickens2021
Elena Armstrong
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Timothy Boswell
Dr Tom Smulders
Cell proliferation in the adult chicken hippocampus correlates with individual differences in time spent in outdoor areas and tonic immobility2020
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Matthew Leach
Influence of the Competition Context on Arousal in Agility Dogs2020
Elena Armstrong
Jane Eastham
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Timothy Boswell
Dr Tom Smulders
et al.
Keel bone fractures induce a depressive-like state in laying hens2020
Paul Jackson
Abozar Nasirahmadi
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Steve Bull
Dr Peter Avery
et al.
Using CFD modelling to relate pig lying locations to environmental variability in finishing pens2020
Paul Jackson
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Barbara Sturm
Professor Steve Bull
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
An innovative concept building design incorporating passive technology to improve resource efficiency and welfare of finishing pigs.2018
Paul Jackson
Dr Jonathan Guy
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Dr Barbara Sturm
Professor Steve Bull
et al.
Application of dynamic thermal engineering principles to improve the efficiency of resource use in UK pork production chains2017
Oluwaseun Iyasere
Dr Andrew Beard
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Melissa Bateson
Elevated levels of the stress hormone, corticosterone, cause ‘pessimistic’ judgment bias in broiler chickens2017
Oluwaseun Iyasere
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Jonathan Guy
Validation of an intramuscularly-implanted microchip and a surface infrared thermometer to estimate core body temperature in broiler chickens exposed to heat stress2017
Paul Jackson
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Barbara Sturm
Professor Steve Bull
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
Application of process engineering principles to improve the efficiency of resource use in UK pork production chains2015
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