Her scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Weaning, Animal welfare, Veterinary medicine and Animal husbandry. Her Animal science research integrates issues from Lactation and Separation. Her Weaning study also includes fields such as
The various areas that Maria José Hötzel examines in her Animal welfare study include Quality, Agriculture and Public economics. Her study in Veterinary medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Litter and Beef cattle. Her Animal husbandry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developed country, Economic growth and Development economics.
Her primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Animal welfare, Weaning, Grazing and Internal medicine. The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Veterinary medicine, Lactation and Pasture. Her study explores the link between Animal welfare and topics such as Agriculture that cross with problems in Productivity and Agricultural science.
Her Weaning study combines topics in areas such as Animal husbandry, Litter, Stressor and Beef cattle. In her study, Dominance is inextricably linked to Agonistic behaviour, which falls within the broad field of Grazing. Maria José Hötzel interconnects Endocrinology and Seasonal breeder in the investigation of issues within Internal medicine.
Her primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Animal welfare, Herd, Grazing and Pasture. Maria José Hötzel combines topics linked to Agonistic behaviour with her work on Animal science. Her Animal welfare study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Livestock, Stakeholder, Environmental health and Marketing.
Her study looks at the intersection of Livestock and topics like Agriculture with Agricultural science. Her studies in Herd integrate themes in fields like Dairy cattle, Milking, Lameness and Milk yield. Her Pasture study deals with Microclimate intersecting with Bioclimatology.
Maria José Hötzel mainly investigates Animal welfare, Animal science, Lameness, Herd and Clinical psychology. Her Animal welfare research includes elements of Boar taint, Demography and Castration. Her work carried out in the field of Animal science brings together such families of science as Limiting factor and Pasture.
Her Lameness research incorporates themes from Milking and Lactation, Milk yield. Her studies deal with areas such as Rating score, Bout duration, Body condition score and Grazing as well as Herd. Her work deals with themes such as Attribution and Boredom, which intersect with Clinical psychology.
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Understanding weaning distress
Daniel M. Weary;Jennifer Jasper;Maria J. Hötzel.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2008)
Minimising the stress of weaning of beef calves: a review.
Daniel Enríquez;Maria J Hötzel;Rodolfo Ungerfeld.
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica (2011)
Imagining the ideal dairy farm.
Clarissa S. Cardoso;Clarissa S. Cardoso;Maria José Hötzel;Daniel M. Weary;Jesse A. Robbins.
Journal of Dairy Science (2016)
Behaviour of sows and piglets reared in intensive outdoor or indoor systems
Maria José Hötzel;Luiz Carlos Pinheiro Machado F;Fernando Machado Wolf;Osmar Antonio Dalla Costa.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2004)
The effects of alternative weaning methods on behaviour in beef calves
D.H. Enríquez;R. Ungerfeld;G. Quintans;A.L. Guidoni.
Livestock Science (2010)
A survey of management practices that influence production and welfare of dairy cattle on family farms in southern Brazil
J.H.C. Costa;M.J. Hötzel;C. Longo;L.F. Balcão.
Journal of Dairy Science (2013)
Separation from the dam causes negative judgement bias in dairy calves.
Rolnei R. Daros;João H. C. Costa;Marina A. G. von Keyserlingk;Maria J. Hötzel.
PLOS ONE (2014)
The Ticking Clock: Addressing Farm Animal Welfare in Emerging Countries
Marina A. G. von Keyserlingk;Maria José Hötzel.
Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics (2015)
Citizens' views on the practices of zero-grazing and cow-calf separation in the dairy industry: Does providing information increase acceptability?
Maria J. Hötzel;Clarissa S. Cardoso;Angélica Roslindo;Marina A.G. von Keyserlingk.
Journal of Dairy Science (2017)
Determinants of the annual pattern of reproduction in mature male Merino and Suffolk sheep: responses to a nutritional stimulus in the breeding and non-breeding seasons.
Maria J. Hötzel;Maria J. Hötzel;Stephen W. Walkden-Brown;Stephen W. Walkden-Brown;James S. Fisher;Graeme B. Martin;Graeme B. Martin.
Reproduction, Fertility and Development (2003)
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