Many of his studies on Animal science apply to Loin and Sire as well. The study of Sire is intertwined with the study of Animal science in a number of ways. His Endocrinology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Body weight. As part of his studies on Body weight, he often connects relevant subjects like Endocrinology. His research on Agronomy frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Straw. His Agronomy research extends to the thematically linked field of Straw. As part of his studies on Environmental engineering, he often connects relevant areas like Slurry. As part of his studies on Slurry, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Environmental engineering. His Environmental health study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Population.
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Investigating the behavioural and physiological indicators of neonatal survival in pigs
E.M. Baxter;E.M. Baxter;S. Jarvis;R.B. D’Eath;D.W. Ross.
Can video images imitate real stimuli in animal behaviour experiments
Richard B. D'eath.
Biological Reviews (2007)
The welfare implications of large litter size in the domestic pig I: biological factors
K. M D Rutherford;E. M. Baxter;R. B. D'Eath;S. P. Turner.
Animal Welfare (2013)
'Freedom from hunger' and preventing obesity: the animal welfare implications of reducing food quantity or quality
Richard B. D'Eath;Bert J. Tolkamp;Ilias Kyriazakis;Alistair B. Lawrence.
Animal Behaviour (2009)
Socialising piglets before weaning improves social hierarchy formation when pigs are mixed post-weaning
Richard B. D’Eath.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2005)
The welfare implications of large litter size in the domestic pig II: management factors
E. M. Baxter;K. M D Rutherford;R. B. D'Eath;G. Arnott.
Animal Welfare (2013)
Injurious tail biting in pigs: How can it be controlled in existing systems without tail docking?
R B D'Eath;G Arnott;S P Turner;T Jensen.
Genetic validation of postmixing skin injuries in pigs as an indicator of aggressiveness and the relationship with injuries under more stable social conditions.
S. P. Turner;R. Roehe;R. B. D'Eath;S. H. Ison.
Journal of Animal Science (2009)
Social discrimination and aggression by laying hens in large groups: from peck orders to social tolerance
Richard B. D’Eath;Linda J. Keeling.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2003)
Individual aggressiveness measured in a resident-intruder test predicts the persistence of aggressive behaviour and weight gain of young pigs after mixing
Richard B D’Eath.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2002)
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