Henri Seegers mainly focuses on Herd, Veterinary medicine, Dairy cattle, Animal science and Mastitis. Henri Seegers has included themes like Coxiella burnetii and Feces in his Herd study. His research in Coxiella burnetii intersects with topics in Coxiella burnetii Infection and Q fever.
His Veterinary medicine study combines topics in areas such as Hock, Breed, Incidence and Weaning. His study in the fields of Milk production under the domain of Animal science overlaps with other disciplines such as Lactation and Milk yield. His Culling research includes themes of Relative risk and Logistic regression.
His primary areas of investigation include Herd, Veterinary medicine, Animal science, Dairy cattle and Mastitis. His Herd research includes elements of Coxiella burnetii, Virus, Fertility and Vaccination. The study incorporates disciplines such as Feces, Epidemiology, Incidence, Outbreak and Seroprevalence in addition to Veterinary medicine.
His work on Culling is typically connected to Lactation and Ice calving as part of general Animal science study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Dairy cattle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dairy farming and Indirect Transmission. His Mastitis study combines topics in areas such as Relative risk and Herd immunity.
Henri Seegers focuses on Veterinary medicine, Herd, Epizootic, Outbreak and Animal science. The various areas that he examines in his Veterinary medicine study include Transmission, Respiratory tract and Microbiology. The Herd study combines topics in areas such as Fertility, Epidemiology, Bluetongue virus serotype, Crossbreed and Vaccination.
He combines subjects such as Virus, Q fever and Hygiene with his study of Vaccination. His Epizootic research incorporates elements of Coxiella burnetii, Livestock and Under-reporting. Henri Seegers interconnects Udder, Incidence and Reproduction in the investigation of issues within Animal science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Scale, Host, Homogeneous, Ecology and Vector. His research integrates issues of Abundance, Infection prevalence and Biological dispersal in his study of Scale.
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Production effects related to mastitis and mastitis economics in dairy cattle herds.
Henri Seegers;Christine Fourichon;François Beaudeau.
Veterinary Research (2003)
Effect of disease on reproduction in the dairy cow: a meta-analysis
C. Fourichon;H. Seegers;X. Malher.
Quarter milk somatic cell count in infected dairy cows: a meta-analysis.
Belgacem Djabri;Nathalie Bareille;François Beaudeau;Henri Seegers.
Veterinary Research (2002)
Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii infection in domestic ruminants: A critical review
Raphaël Guatteo;Henri Seegers;Henri Seegers;Anne-Frieda Taurel;Anne-Frieda Taurel;Alain Joly;Alain Joly.
Veterinary Microbiology (2011)
Shedding routes of Coxiella burnetii in dairy cows : implications for detection and control
Raphaël Guatteo;François Beaudeau;Mustapha Berri;Annie Rodolakis.
Veterinary Research (2006)
Effects of disease on milk production in the dairy cow: a review.
C Fourichon;H Seegers;N Bareille;F Beaudeau.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (1999)
Effect of Disease on Length of Productive Life of French Holstein Dairy Cows Assessed by Survival Analysis
F. Beaudeau;V. Ducrocq;C. Fourichon;H. Seegers.
Journal of Dairy Science (1995)
Coxiella burnetii shedding by dairy cows.
Raphaël Guatteo;François Beaudeau;Alain Joly;Henri Seegers.
Veterinary Research (2007)
Prevalence and risk factors for bacterial food-borne zoonotic hazards in slaughter pigs: a review.
J. Fosse;H. Seegers;C. Magras.
Zoonoses and Public Health (2009)
Foodborne zoonoses due to meat: a quantitative approach for a comparative risk assessment applied to pig slaughtering in Europe
Julien Fosse;Henri Seegers;Catherine Magras.
Veterinary Research (2008)
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