The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Welfare, Tail-biting and Animal welfare. Her Animal science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Feed conversion ratio, Environmental enrichment, Straw and Ileum. Her Feed conversion ratio research integrates issues from Abundance, Relative species abundance and Feces, Ruminococcus.
Her research integrates issues of Ecology, Dominance, Animal Welfare and Exploratory behaviour in her study of Environmental enrichment. The various areas that Niamh O'Connell examines in her Veterinary medicine study include Breed, Purebred and Selective breeding. Her Animal welfare study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social status, Pasture, Demographic economics and Agricultural science.
Her primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Welfare, Broiler, Veterinary medicine and Animal welfare. Her work on Weaning is typically connected to Ice calving as part of general Animal science study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Broiler study combines topics in areas such as Gait, Litter and Flock.
Her work deals with themes such as Lesion and Lameness, which intersect with Veterinary medicine. Her work in Animal welfare covers topics such as Social status which are related to areas like Food competition and Plasma cortisol. Her study in Straw is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Factorial experiment and Exploratory behaviour.
Niamh O'Connell mainly focuses on Animal science, Broiler, Welfare, Residual feed intake and Psychology. The concepts of her Animal science study are interwoven with issues in Grazing and Straw. She combines subjects such as Litter, Foraging and Flock with her study of Broiler.
Niamh O'Connell has included themes like Weight gain, Intestinal mucosa and Intestinal permeability in her Residual feed intake study. Her studies in Feed conversion ratio integrate themes in fields like Abundance, Relative species abundance, Feces and Nutrient. The Animal welfare study combines topics in areas such as Stakeholder engagement and Marketing, SWOT analysis.
Her primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Feces, Broiler, Feed conversion ratio and Residual feed intake. Animal science is closely attributed to Animal welfare in her research. Her work carried out in the field of Feces brings together such families of science as Nutrient and Manure.
Her research in Broiler focuses on subjects like Litter, which are connected to Scan sampling, Straw, Oat hulls and Substrate. Her Feed conversion ratio research incorporates elements of Fecal microbiota, Gut flora, Ruminococcus and Ileum. Her Residual feed intake study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Abundance, Relative species abundance, Weight gain, Intestinal permeability and Digestion.
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Influence of environmental enrichment on the behaviour, performance and meat quality of domestic pigs
V.E. Beattie;Niamh O'Connell;Bruce Moss.
Livestock Production Science (2000)
Responses of calves to acute stress: individual consistency and relations between behavioral and physiological measures.
Cornelis G. Van Reenen;Niamh E. O'Connell;Jozef T.N. Van der Werf;S. Mechiel Korte.
Physiology & Behavior (2005)
Influence of environmental enrichment on welfare-related behavioural and physiological parameters in growing pigs
V.E. Beattie;Niamh O'Connell;D.J. Kilpatrick;B.W. Moss.
Animal Science (2000)
Does housing nulliparous dairy cows with multiparous animals prior to calving influence welfare- and production-related parameters after calving?
Alastair R. Boyle;Conrad P. Ferris;Niamh E. O’Connell.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2013)
Influence of environmental enrichment on aggressive behaviour and dominance relationships in growing pigs
Animal Welfare (1999)
Heritability of clinical tail-biting and its relation to performance traits.
K. Breuer;K. Breuer;M.E.M. Sutcliffe;J.T. Mercer;K.A. Rance;K.A. Rance.
Livestock Production Science (2005)
Evaluating the prevalence of tail biting and carcase condemnations in slaughter pigs in the Republic and Northern Ireland, and the potential of abattoir meat inspection as a welfare surveillance tool
Sarah Harley;Simon More;Niamh O'Connell;Alison Hanlon.
Veterinary Record (2012)
Factors identifying pigs predisposed to tail biting
V. E. Beattie;K. Breuer;N. E. O'Connell;I. A. Sneddon.
Animal Science (2005)
Influence of social status on the welfare of sows in static and dynamic groups
Niamh O'Connell;V.E. Beattie;B.W. Moss.
Animal Welfare (2003)
Relationship between rooting behaviour and foraging in growing pigs
V.E. Beattie;Niamh O'Connell.
Animal Welfare (2002)
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