The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Animal welfare, Fowl and Anatomy. Many of her studies on Animal science apply to Crate as well. Her Veterinary medicine research incorporates themes from Quality and Keel.
Her Animal welfare study combines topics in areas such as Maternal behaviour and Nest. She interconnects Rest, Feed conversion ratio and Broiler in the investigation of issues within Fowl. Her Anatomy research includes themes of Litter and Ear notching.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Broiler, Furnished cages and Welfare. Her Animal science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Feather and Flock. Her work deals with themes such as Tibia and Repeated measures design, which intersect with Broiler.
Her work often combines Furnished cages and Nest studies. Tina M. Widowski integrates many fields, such as Welfare and Animal welfare, in her works. Tina M. Widowski is involved in the study of Animal welfare that focuses on Animal-assisted therapy in particular.
Tina M. Widowski spends much of her time researching Animal science, Broiler, Flock, Furnished cages and Veterinary medicine. Her work on Dust bathing is typically connected to Breaking strength as part of general Animal science study, connecting several disciplines of science. The Dust bathing study combines topics in areas such as Feeding behavior, Bout duration, Nest box and Random allocation.
Her Broiler research includes elements of Soybean hulls and Tibia. Her work in Flock addresses subjects such as Litter, which are connected to disciplines such as Agricultural science. Her study looks at the relationship between Broiler breeder and topics such as Repeated measures design, which overlap with Obesity.
Tina M. Widowski mainly investigates Animal science, Anesthesia, Flock, Furnished cages and Welfare. In the field of Animal science, her study on Broiler overlaps with subjects such as Breaking strength. Her Broiler study incorporates themes from Carbon dioxide, Soybean hulls and Repeated measures design.
Her work in the fields of Anesthesia, such as Anesthetic, Ketamine and Reflex, overlaps with other areas such as Medetomidine and Pupillary light reflex. Her Flock research integrates issues from Feather pecking and Farm level. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Nest box, Poultry farming and Pecking order is strongly linked to Animal welfare.
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Effects of a Subacute Ruminal Acidosis Model on the Diet Selection of Dairy Cows
J.E. Keunen;J.C. Plaizier;L. Kyriazakis;T.F. Duffield.
Journal of Dairy Science (2002)
The effects of weaning at 7, 14 and 28 days on piglet behaviour
E.K Worobec;I.J.H Duncan;T.M Widowski.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1999)
Working for a dustbath: are hens increasing pleasure rather than reducing suffering?
Tina M Widowski;Ian J.H Duncan.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2000)
Behavioral Responses of Periparturient Sows and Juvenile Pigs to Prostaglandin F2α
Tina M. Widowski;Stanley E. Curtis.
Journal of Animal Science (1989)
Electro-immobilization versus mechanical restraint in an avoid-avoid choice test for ewes.
Temple Grandin;Stanley E. Curtis;Tina M. Widowski;John C. Thurmon.
Journal of Animal Science (1986)
On-farm comparison of keel fracture prevalence and other welfare indicators in conventional cage and floor-housed laying hens in Ontario, Canada
Mike T. Petrik;Michele T. Guerin;Tina M. Widowski.
Poultry Science (2015)
The preferences of hens for compact fluorescent over incandescent lighting
Tina M. Widowski;Linda J. Keeling;Ian J. H. Duncan.
Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1992)
Effects of resistance to milk flow and the provision of hay on nonnutritive sucking by dairy calves.
D.B. Haley;D.B. Haley;J. Rushen;I.J.H. Duncan;T.M. Widowski.
Journal of Dairy Science (1998)
Male broiler breeder fowl display high levels of aggression toward females
S. T. Millman;I. J. H. Duncan;T. M. Widowski.
Poultry Science (2000)
External factors and causation of dustbathing in domestic hens.
Ian J.H Duncan;Tina M Widowski;Anne E Malleau;A.Cecilia Lindberg.
Behavioural Processes (1998)
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