2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Austria Leader Award
Animal science, Lameness, Dairy cattle, Herd and Welfare are his primary areas of study. His Animal science research incorporates elements of Veterinary medicine, Repeatability and Surgical removal. His Lameness research includes themes of Incidence, Claw, Spearman's rank correlation coefficient, Udder and Reliability.
His Dairy cattle study deals with Dairy industry intersecting with Sampling and Statistics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Milking and Physical therapy in addition to Herd. His Welfare research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Animal Welfare, Public economics and Environmental health.
Christoph Winckler mainly investigates Welfare, Animal health, Animal science, Dairy cattle and Animal welfare. His work deals with themes such as Animal husbandry, Public economics, Environmental health, Agricultural science and Livestock, which intersect with Welfare. His Agricultural science study combines topics in areas such as Dairy farming and Agriculture.
In his work, Physical therapy is strongly intertwined with Lameness, which is a subfield of Animal science. Christoph Winckler frequently studies issues relating to Organic farming and Dairy cattle. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reliability, Statistics and Welfare state.
His primary scientific interests are in Welfare, Animal welfare, Agricultural science, Animal husbandry and Livestock. His Welfare research integrates issues from Productivity, Dairy cattle, Dairy farming and Environmental health. The Dairy cattle study which covers Udder that intersects with Animal science.
His work deals with themes such as Litter, Public economics, Affect and Scale, which intersect with Animal welfare. His study looks at the intersection of Agricultural science and topics like Agriculture with Grazing and Sustainable development. His Animal husbandry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ethogram and Legislation.
Christoph Winckler mostly deals with Sustainable development, Animal health, Agricultural science, Agriculture and Veterinary medicine. Christoph Winckler has included themes like Public economics, Scale, Land availability, Herd health and Herd in his Sustainable development study. Social group, Developing country and Animal welfare is closely connected to Sustainability in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Public economics.
Direct observation, Productivity, Lameness, Weaning and Respiratory health are fields of study that intersect with his Animal health research. Direct observation overlaps with fields such as Welfare and Animal husbandry in his research. His Veterinary medicine study combines topics in areas such as Lesion, Visible Lesion and Lower prevalence.
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Assessment of positive emotions in animals to improve their welfare.
Alain Boissy;Gerhard Manteuffel;Margit Bak Jensen;Randi Oppermann Moe.
Physiology & Behavior (2007)
Evaluation of data loggers, sampling intervals, and editing techniques for measuring the lying behavior of dairy cattle
D.N. Ledgerwood;C. Winckler;C.B. Tucker.
Journal of Dairy Science (2010)
Use of veterinary drugs in intensive animal production
Christoph Winckler;Alexander Grafe.
Journal of Soils and Sediments (2001)
The Reliability and Repeatability of a Lameness Scoring System for Use as an Indicator of Welfare in Dairy Cattle
Christoph Winckler;Stefanie Willen.
Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section A-animal Science (2001)
Risk factors for lameness in freestall-housed dairy cows across two breeds, farming systems, and countries
Sabine Dippel;Martin Dolezal;Christine Brenninkmeyer;Jan Brinkmann.
Journal of Dairy Science (2009)
The stall-design paradox: Neck rails increase lameness but improve udder and stall hygiene
F. Bernardi;F. Bernardi;J. A. Fregonesi;J. A. Fregonesi;C. Winckler;D. M. Veira.
Journal of Dairy Science (2009)
Selection of parameters for on-farm welfare-assessment protocols in cattle and buffalo
C. Winckler;J. Capdeville;G. Gebresenbet;B. Horning.
Animal Welfare (2003)
Dehorning of cattle in the EU Member States: A quantitative survey of the current practices
G. Cozzi;F. Gottardo;M. Brscic;B. Contiero.
Livestock Science (2015)
Short communication: Lameness impairs feeding behavior of dairy cows
M. Norring;J. Häggman;H. Simojoki;P. Tamminen.
Journal of Dairy Science (2014)
Impact of animal health and welfare planning on medicine use, herd health and production in European organic dairy farms
Silvia Ivemeyer;Gidi Smolders;Jan Brinkmann;Elisabeth Gratzer.
Livestock Science (2012)
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