David C J Main mostly deals with Welfare, Lameness, Veterinary medicine, Dairy cattle and Animal husbandry. His Welfare research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in HUBzero, Animal-assisted therapy, Public economics and Affect. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Working animal and Demography.
He has researched Lameness in several fields, including Milking, Herd, Scoring system and Environmental health. His study focuses on the intersection of Dairy cattle and fields such as Incidence with connections in the field of Mastitis, Cruelty to animals, Body condition and Breed. His research integrates issues of After treatment, Hindlimb lameness and Median time in his study of Animal science.
David C J Main mainly investigates Welfare, Lameness, Veterinary medicine, Farm assurance and Dairy cattle. David C J Main interconnects Animal husbandry, Legislation, Animal Welfare, Public economics and Environmental resource management in the investigation of issues within Welfare. He has included themes like Resource and Certification in his Public economics study.
His research in Lameness intersects with topics in Herd, Animal science and Environmental health. He frequently studies issues relating to Incidence and Veterinary medicine. The Farm assurance study combines topics in areas such as Productivity and Agricultural economics.
His primary areas of study are Welfare, Medical education, Veterinary medicine, Advice and Motivational interviewing. His Welfare research integrates issues from Legislation and Applied psychology. His studies deal with areas such as Compassion, Hidden curriculum and Veterinary education as well as Medical education.
His study in Veterinary medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Behaviour change, Persuasion and Relevance. The study incorporates disciplines such as Outcome assessment, Public economics and Agricultural economics in addition to Farm assurance. Dairy cattle is often connected to Lameness in his work.
David C J Main spends much of his time researching Welfare, Veterinary medicine, Animal Welfare, Context and Relevance. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Welfare and Perception. His Veterinary medicine research includes elements of Compassion, Hidden curriculum and Veterinary education.
His work carried out in the field of Animal Welfare brings together such families of science as Agricultural economics, Knowledge management and Farm assurance. His Relevance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Herd health, Expert witness, Behavior change, World view and Harm. His work in Harm covers topics such as Legislation which are related to areas like Control.
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Assessment of positive welfare: A review
J.W. Yeates;D.C.J. Main.
Veterinary Journal (2008)
Assessment of the welfare of working horses, mules and donkeys, using health and behaviour parameters
JC Pritchard;AC Lindberg;David C J Main;H R Whay.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2005)
Assessment of lameness prevalence and associated risk factors in dairy herds in England and Wales
Z.E. Barker;K.A. Leach;H.R. Whay;N.J. Bell.
Journal of Dairy Science (2010)
Tail-biting: A new perspective
Nina R Taylor;David C J Main;Michael T Mendl;Sandra A Edwards.
Veterinary Journal (2010)
Animal-based measures for the assessment of welfare state of dairy cattle, pigs and laying hens: consensus of expert opinion
H. R. Whay;D. C. J. Main;L. E. Green;A. J. F. Webster.
Animal Welfare (2003)
Working towards a reduction in cattle lameness: 1. Understanding barriers to lameness control on dairy farms
KA Leach;H R Whay;CM Maggs;ZE Barker.
Research in Veterinary Science (2010)
The development, implementation and testing of a lameness control programme based on HACCP principles and designed for heifers on dairy farms
N.J. Bell;M.J. Bell;T.G. Knowles;H.R. Whay.
Veterinary Journal (2009)
Repeatability of a lameness scoring system for finishing pigs
D. C. J. Main;J. Clegg;A. Spatz;L. E. Green.
Veterinary Record (2000)
The effects of early treatment for hindlimb lameness in dairy cows on four commercial UK farms
K.A. Leach;D.A. Tisdall;N.J. Bell;D.C.J. Main.
Veterinary Journal (2012)
Effect of the RSPCA Freedom Food scheme on the welfare of dairy cattle
D. C. J. Main;H. R. Whay;L. E. Green;A. J. F. Webster.
Veterinary Record (2003)
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