His primary areas of study are Animal science, Animal-assisted therapy, Veterinary medicine, Udder and Pet therapy. His Animal science research incorporates elements of Thermoregulation, Weight gain and Surgery. His studies in Weight gain integrate themes in fields like Creep feeding and Birth weight.
His work on Weaning expands to the thematically related Animal-assisted therapy. He has researched Dairy cattle in several fields, including Herd, Claw, Lameness and Cattle Diseases. His work deals with themes such as Lactation and Lactating sow, which intersect with HUBzero.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Weaning, Milking and Lameness. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Animal science, HUBzero is strongly linked to Animal-assisted therapy. His work in Weaning addresses subjects such as Lactation, which are connected to disciplines such as Body weight.
His research integrates issues of Dairy industry and Agricultural science in his study of Milking. His Lameness research includes elements of Hock, Feedlot cattle and Cattle Diseases. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Automatic milking, Milk production and Beef cattle.
Edmond A. Pajor mainly focuses on Animal science, Meloxicam, Herd, Passive immunity and Milking. Brix, Radial immunodiffusion, Refractometry, Fixed ratio and Stall are fields of study that overlap with his Animal science research. His Meloxicam study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Visual analogue scale, White blood cell and Subcutaneous injection.
The various areas that he examines in his Herd study include Lactation, Incidence, Lameness and Beef cattle. His Milking research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Automatic milking, Displaced abomasum, Milk production and Somatic cell count. His Milk production study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bulk tank, Barn, Dairy cattle, Breed and Milk yield.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Herd, Milking, Meloxicam and Quality. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Animal science and Chronic disorders. His research integrates issues of Epinephrine, Lidocaine and Salivary cortisol in his study of Meloxicam.
Edmond A. Pajor integrates many fields, such as Quality and engineering, in his works. The Automatic milking study combines topics in areas such as Dairy cattle, Bulk tank, Milk production and Somatic cell count.
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A scientific conception of animal welfare that reflects ethical concerns.
D. Fraser;D. M. Weary;E. A. Pajor;B. N. Milligan.
Animal Welfare (1997)
Using preference, motivation and aversion tests to ask scientific questions about animals’ feelings
Richard D. Kirkden;Edmond A. Pajor.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2006)
Prevalence of lameness and associated risk factors in Canadian Holstein-Friesian cows housed in freestall barns.
L. Solano;H.W. Barkema;E.A. Pajor;S. Mason.
Journal of Dairy Science (2015)
Consumption of solid food by suckling pigs: individual variation and relation to weight gain
Edmond A. Pajor;David Fraser;Donald L. Kramer.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1991)
Home improvement: C57BL/6J mice given more naturalistic nesting materials build better nests
Sarah E Hess;Stephanie Rohr;Brett D Dufour;Brianna N Gaskill.
Journal of The American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (2008)
Sow body movements that crush piglets: a comparison between two types of farrowing accommodation
Daniel M. Weary;Edmond A. Pajor;David Fraser;Anne-Marie Honkanen.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1996)
Heat or Insulation: Behavioral Titration of Mouse Preference for Warmth or Access to a Nest
Brianna N. Gaskill;Brianna N. Gaskill;Christopher J. Gordon;Edmond A. Pajor;Jeffrey R. Lucas.
PLOS ONE (2012)
The effects of ractopamine on the behavior and physiology of finishing pigs
J. N. Marchant-Forde;D. C. Lay;E. A. Pajor;B. T. Richert.
Journal of Animal Science (2003)
Risky behaviour by piglets: a trade off between feeding and risk of mortality by maternal crushing?
Daniel M Weary;Edmond A Pajor;Brian K Thompson;David Fraser.
Animal Behaviour (1996)
Supplemental vitamin C and yeast cell wall beta-glucan as growth enhancers in newborn pigs and as immunomodulators after an endotoxin challenge after weaning.
S. D. Eicher;C. A. McKee;J. A. Carroll;E. A. Pajor.
Journal of Animal Science (2006)
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