Her main research concerns Animal science, Surgery, Bone growth, Weaned piglets and Weaning. Her research integrates issues of Livestock and Creatine kinase in her study of Animal science. Her study in Surgery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Experimental Unit and Creatine.
Among her Bone growth studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Furnished cages, Animal husbandry, Longitudinal study and Keel. The Weaned piglets study combines topics in areas such as Feeding behavior and HUBzero, Human animal bond. Her Weaning study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water intake and Animal welfare.
Animal science, Broiler, Veterinary medicine, Pecking order and Weaning are her primary areas of study. Stephanie Torrey combines topics linked to Surgery with her work on Animal science. Her Broiler research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Feather, Tibia and Appetite.
Her Feather pecking study in the realm of Pecking order interacts with subjects such as Group selection, Public economics and Welfare economics. Her work carried out in the field of Feather pecking brings together such families of science as Barn and Controlled studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Feeding behavior and Litter in addition to Weaning.
Stephanie Torrey spends much of her time researching Broiler, Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Slow Growing and Cervical dislocation. Stephanie Torrey has researched Broiler in several fields, including Breathing, Tibia and Environmental enrichment. The concepts of her Environmental enrichment study are interwoven with issues in Pecking order and Every other day.
Her work in Animal science tackles topics such as Time to death which are related to areas like Headshaking. Her Cervical dislocation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Anesthesia, Pentobarbital and Internal medicine. Her work focuses on many connections between Soybean hulls and other disciplines, such as Feather, that overlap with her field of interest in Hatching.
Stephanie Torrey mainly investigates Animal science, Broiler, Cervical dislocation, Anesthesia and Alpha. Her work deals with themes such as Co2 concentration, Breathing and Time to death, which intersect with Animal science. Stephanie Torrey has included themes like Blood proteins, Small intestine, Carbon dioxide and Left tibia in her Broiler study.
Stephanie Torrey combines subjects such as Ketamine, Cervical vertebrae and Anesthetic with her study of Cervical dislocation. Her work in the fields of Anesthesia, such as Reflex, intersects with other areas such as Anatomical pathology and Spinal cord. Her Alpha research incorporates themes from Endocrinology and Isoflurane.
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Effects of different moving devices at loading on stress response and meat quality in pigs.
J. A. Correa;S. Torrey;N. Devillers;J. P. Laforest.
Journal of Animal Science (2010)
Effect of age on the behavioral and physiological responses of piglets to tail docking and ear notching.
S. Torrey;N. Devillers;M. Lessard;C. Farmer.
Journal of Animal Science (2009)
Temperature and Humidity Conditions in Trucks Transporting Pigs in Two Seasons in Eastern and Western Canada
J. A. Brown;T. S. Samarakone;T. Crowe;R. Bergeron.
Transactions of the ASABE (2011)
Development of ingestive behaviour and the relationship to belly nosing in early-weaned piglets
Tina M. Widowski;Stephanie Torrey;Clover J. Bench;Harold W. Gonyou.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2008)
Effects of trailer design on animal welfare parameters and carcass and meat quality of three Pietrain crosses being transported over a long distance.
A V Weschenfelder;S Torrey;N Devillers;T Crowe.
Journal of Animal Science (2012)
Rearing system affects prevalence of keel-bone damage in laying hens: a longitudinal study of four consecutive flocks.
T. M. Casey-Trott;M. T. Guerin;V. Sandilands;S. Torrey.
Poultry Science (2017)
Effect of drinker type on water intake and waste in newly weaned piglets
S. Torrey;E. L. M. Toth Tamminga;T. M. Widowski.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Injurious pecking in domestic turkeys: development, causes, and potential solutions
H.A. Dalton;B.J. Wood;S. Torrey;S. Torrey.
Worlds Poultry Science Journal (2013)
Opportunities for exercise during pullet rearing, Part I: Effect on the musculoskeletal characteristics of pullets.
T M Casey-Trott;D R Korver;M T Guerin;V Sandilands.
Poultry Science (2017)
Is belly nosing redirected suckling behaviour
Stephanie Torrey;Tina M. Widowski.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2006)
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