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Comparison of three systems for concurrent production of lamb meat and wool

C.J. Lupton, J.E. Huston, B.F. Craddock, F.A. Pfeiffer, W.L. Polk
2007 Small Ruminant Research  
Half of the lambs in the RF and FL systems were fitted with protective coats.  ...  This anomaly was likely due to the greater gut fill of RF lambs compared to those in the other two systems. Leaner carcasses were produced in the RF and P systems compared to the FL system.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful for funding received from the Texas Food and Fibers Commission and the USDA, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (Award No. 00-34148-9006) that  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.smallrumres.2006.10.002 fatcat:xmltf3y5nfgolivtlotkxo23za

Scientific Opinion on the public health hazards to be covered by inspection of meat from sheep and goats

2013 EFSA Journal  
Surveillance of tuberculosis at the slaughterhouse in small ruminants should be improved and encouraged, as this is in practice the only surveillance system available.  ...  A risk ranking process identified Toxoplasma gondii and pathogenic verocytotoxin-producing Escherichia coli (VTEC) as the most relevant biological hazards for meat inspection of sheep and goats.  ...  (a) Carbamates and pyrethroids Carbamates and pyrethroids are used in animal houses and occasionally in animals including sheep for control of environmental infections, such as lice eggs in buildings.  ... 
doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2013.3265 pmid:32313569 pmcid:PMC7163758 fatcat:gabl2i7c6zd5lhfnl77avdhkfq

Surveying Wild Animals from Satellites, Manned Aircraft and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs): A Review

Dongliang Wang, Quanqin Shao, Huanyin Yue
2019 Remote Sensing  
This situation will not change unless the satellite image resolution is greatly improved in the future.  ...  The proposed use of UAS imagery in combination with VHR satellite imagery would produce critical population data for large wild animal species and colonies over large areas.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11111308 fatcat:vqiseuhulnf4ro4a7pxj2wicja

The influence of strain and age on some egg quality parameters of commercial laying hens

D. Kocevski, N. Nikolova, A. Kuzelov
2011 Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry  
Project No. 46009, subproject 46009/III, ''Improvement of technological processes in the production of bees, honey, wax and pollen''. The authencity of honey in relation ...  ...  After Acknowledgment the title of the paper in Serbian in Times New Roman 14 bold, is stated, followed by authors in Times New Roman 11 italic, example: Konzumna jaja poznatog porekla i garantovanog kvalitetabrand  ...  The most important qualitative feature of the Botosani Karakul sheep is the colour of the hair fibre of lamb pelts.  ... 
doi:10.2298/bah1104649k fatcat:maptrf556nd2fec5lid4xnqpb4

Comparison of antimicrobial use and resistance data on clinical and non clinical isolates from livestock in four countries

O Mesa-Varona, B-A Tenhagen
2021 Zenodo  
However, there is a lack of harmonization in the monitoring of AMU and AMR within and between sectors and countries.  ...  The One Health approach is not straightforwardly achievable because of the lack of harmonization of AMU and AMR surveillance among the human and livestock sectors.  ...  The aim of this study was to characterize novel fitness-associated factors playing a role in the survival of S. suis in different host environments.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4905583 fatcat:zu54srpvqzcvliupmsh4bakxxi

Unbounding the future: the nanotechnology revolution

1992 ChoiceReviews  
The science is good, the engineering is feasible, the paths of approach are many, the consequences are revolutionary-times-revolutionary, and the schedule is: in our lifetimes. But what?  ...  Probably none represent exactly what will happen, but in aggregate they give a deep sense of the kind of thing that will happen.  ...  Thanks also go to technical audiences at laboratories in the United States, Japan, and Switzerland for their critiques of these concepts.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.29-3855 fatcat:rau5y74cnnhcngoryh5la2v27e

Thermography for disease detection in livestock: A scoping review

Rosemary McManus, Lisa A. Boden, William Weir, Lorenzo Viora, Robert Barker, Yunhyong Kim, Pauline McBride, Shufan Yang
2022 Frontiers in Veterinary Science  
In this review, we investigate parameters that are essential to the progression of this tool and make recommendations for their use based on the literature found and the veterinary thermography guidelines  ...  We analyzed a defined set of 109 articles concerned with the use of IRT in livestock related to disease and from these articles, parameters for accurate IRT were identified and sorted into the fields of  ...  Acknowledgments We thank João Gabriel Oliveira Marques and Nicholas Ross for their patient explanations of physics and readings of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fvets.2022.965622 fatcat:oeb6irur7fdsfhar6pz33ynrvu

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Dwayne Lepitzki
2020 Canadian field-naturalist  
Promoting the study and conservation of northern biodiversity since 1880 The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club FOUNDED 1863 (CURRENT INCORPORATION 1879) Patron  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Jennifer Longon of the New Brunswick Museum Archives and Research Library and Leah Gandy of the University of New Brunswick Library for their assistance in accessing original  ...  of in Darwin's time (p. 155; see Pereira et al. 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v134i2.2647 fatcat:xy3wmwytljgdzk34pm76zfmq3e

Planning committee members

2005 Proceedings. IEEE SoutheastCon, 2005.  
Angers for their help in various parts of the project. This project was partially funded by the Canada-Québec agreement on soil conservation.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research is funded by the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing. We wish to acknowledge Dr. N.E.  ...  Although it is difficult to take fat samples from young lambs of standard sheep breeds, Karakul sheep, with a considerable amount of fat in the tail region, provide a unique opportunity for taking fat  ... 
doi:10.1109/secon.2005.1423201 fatcat:znbqvzikxng6zapfna6hh5vfwe

Scientific Opinion on the evaluation of molecular typing methods for major food‐borne microbiological hazards and their use for attribution modelling, outbreak investigation and scanning surveillance: Part 1 (evaluation of methods and applications)

2013 EFSA Journal  
during storage of isolates or mutation during an outbreak and in reservoirs) and population structure of the particular pathogen in question.  ...  early identification of food-borne organisms with epidemic potential and the integration of the resulting data in risk assessment.  ...  SOP -yes, automated EQA -yes, automated NOM -yes, automated DMT -yes, automated most of the available DNA-software management tools can be used Method Primary/secondary method?  ... 
doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2013.3502 fatcat:lehg4zu5drf33p7tw3ikx5swr4

Refinements in rabbit husbandry: Second report of the BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW joint working group on refinement

D B Morton, M Jennings, G R Batchelor, D Bell, L Birke, K Davies, J R Eveleigh, D Gunn, M Heath, B Howard, P Koder, J Phillips (+6 others)
1993 Laboratory Animals. Journal of the Laboratory Animal Science Association  
In general they are easy to clean, although with some designs, where the holes do not go right to the edge, there can be a build up of faeces in the corners.  ...  This can be provided by the use of either automated dimmer switches or low wattage bulbs that remain on into, or during, the period of darkness.  ...  Nest-building Female gathers mouthfuls of nesting material (usually dry, long grass, but may use other soft, loose material if no grass is available), carries them to an underground nesting site and builds  ... 
doi:10.1258/002367793780745633 fatcat:ulu4c5mwovdpjiuxaezdmuun54

The Oxymoron of Caged Animal Welfare: A Case Study in The Australian Caged Rabbit Meat Industry

Reem Lascelles
2019 Derecho Animal Forum of Animal Law Studies  
The objective of this research is to investigate how the current animal welfare regulatory approach in  ...  Goat; The Sheep.  ...  Clean water at all times, automated watering system.  ... 
doi:10.5565/rev/da.419 fatcat:5c5q6bd4ofcvxmhtxpp3iw6xli

Oral presentations

2009 Clinical Microbiology and Infection  
groups of clinicians and to build on the clinical beliefs already held by patients.  ...  After automated DNA/RNA extraction, specimens were subjected to 4 hour pathogen-specific rt-PCR. Samples were inoculated onto sheep blood and chocolate agar as well as a Peds-F bottle.  ...  The heterogeneity of resistance patterns in this clone is likely to result from the variations in the content of AbaR1related structures.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-0691.2009.02857.x pmid:19519682 pmcid:PMC7162236 fatcat:vpyx2lglbjgcjm2fcs7bf4x6pi

Producers, processors and markets: A study of the export meat industry in New Zealand [article]

Bruce Macdonald Curtis, University Of Canterbury
The thesis plays off the specific case against more general sociological arguments about the triumph of agribusiness and the subordination of family farmers.  ...  The thesis is a sociological investigation of the export meat industry of New Zealand. It is concerned with the complex relations established between family farmers and agribusiness firms.  ...  The stockyards were connected by automated runs and gates. Mobs of sheep were directed through the maze of yards by a microprocessor, which opened gates in front and closed those behind the sheep.  ... 
doi:10.26021/4883 fatcat:2gmf6turwjhf5nl66n6gex4xfe


N.V. Solovyeva
2017 Russian Linguistic Bulletin  
The purpose of the article is to study manifestations of paradigmatic relations in folklore lexicon in order to establish a classification of folk synonyms and folk oppositions found in folktales.  ...  The study also involves specifically linguistic research procedures: the component analysis to describe the semantic content of the considered language units, the logical and semantic procedures in text  ...  black sheep in the family (attitude), blooded (physical condition-red).  ... 
doi:10.18454/rulb.9.12 fatcat:a7g5z6yp4jcondyvkfgzsw2xry
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