G. van Schaik spends much of his time researching Veterinary medicine, Herd, Animal science, Mastitis and Dairy cattle. His work on Cattle Diseases as part of general Veterinary medicine research is often related to Animal health, thus linking different fields of science. His Herd research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Subclinical infection, Schmallenberg virus, Milk production and Environmental health.
His study focuses on the intersection of Environmental health and fields such as Biotechnology with connections in the field of Incidence and Dairy farming. In his research, Typing, Antibiotic resistance, Cephalosporin and Enteritis is intimately related to Feces, which falls under the overarching field of Animal science. His work on Udder is typically connected to Somatic cell count and Streptococcus uberis as part of general Mastitis study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His primary areas of investigation include Herd, Veterinary medicine, Animal science, Dairy cattle and Environmental health. His study on Culling is often connected to Somatic cell count as part of broader study in Herd. His study in the field of Dairy herds also crosses realms of Seroprevalence.
G. van Schaik combines subjects such as Mortality rate and Ice calving with his study of Animal science. The concepts of his Dairy cattle study are interwoven with issues in Schmallenberg virus and Confidence interval. His Udder research includes themes of Milking and Subclinical infection.
Herd, Veterinary medicine, Animal science, Environmental health and Dairy cattle are his primary areas of study. His work often combines Herd and Somatic cell count studies. G. van Schaik interconnects Virus, Incidence, Outbreak and Normal skin in the investigation of issues within Veterinary medicine.
His study looks at the relationship between Animal science and fields such as Logistic regression, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, Odds, Disease and Vaccination. The Mastitis study combines topics in areas such as Antibiotic resistance and Cephalosporin.
His main research concerns Herd, Veterinary medicine, Mastitis, Dairy cattle and Animal science. His studies in Herd integrate themes in fields like Mortality rate, Calf mortality and Risk of mortality. The study incorporates disciplines such as Virus and Incidence in addition to Veterinary medicine.
His study in Virus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dairy herds, Outbreak and Confidence interval. His work on Udder as part of general Mastitis study is frequently linked to Somatic cell count, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Animal science study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Relative risk.
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Explaining mastitis incidence in Dutch dairy farming: The influence of farmers’ attitudes and behaviour
J. Jansen;B.H.P. van den Borne;R.J. Renes;G. van Schaik.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2009)
Effects of transport and lairage time on some blood constituents of Friesian-cross steers in Chile
N. Tadich;C. Gallo;H. Bustamante;M. Schwerter.
Livestock Production Science (2005)
Trends in somatic cell counts, bacterial counts, and antibiotic residue violations in New York State during 1999-2000.
G. van Schaik;M. Lotem;Y.H. Schukken.
Journal of Dairy Science (2002)
Probability of and risk factors for introduction of infectious diseases into Dutch SPF dairy farms: a cohort study.
G van Schaik;Y.H Schukken;M Nielen;A.A Dijkhuizen.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2002)
Cost-benefit analysis of vaccination against paratuberculosis in dairy cattle
G. van Schaik;C. H. J. Kalis;G. Benedictus;A. A. Dijkhuizen.
Veterinary Record (1996)
Evaluation of the use of dry cow antibiotics in low somatic cell count cows
C.G. M. Scherpenzeel;I.E. M. den Uijl;G. van Schaik;R.G. M. Olde Riekerink.
Journal of Dairy Science (2014)
Invited review: Associations between variables of routine herd data and dairy cattle welfare indicators
M. de Vries;E.A.M. Bokkers;T. Dijkstra;G. van Schaik.
Journal of Dairy Science (2011)
Housing and management factors associated with indicators of dairy cattle welfare.
M. de Vries;E.A.M. Bokkers;C.G. van Reenen;B. Engel.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2015)
Relaciones entre el manejo antemortem, variables sanguíneas indicadoras de estrés y pH de la canal en novillos
V A Amtmann;C Gallo;G van Schaik;N Tadich.
Archivos De Medicina Veterinaria (2006)
Risk factors for existence of Bovine Herpes Virus 1 antibodies on nonvaccinating Dutch dairy farms
G. van Schaik;A.A. Dijkhuizen;R.B.M. Huirne;Y.H. Schukken.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (1998)
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