His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Internal medicine, Flock and Surgery. Many of his research projects under Animal science are closely connected to Road transport with Road transport, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His studies deal with areas such as Broiler, Lameness and Animal welfare as well as Veterinary medicine.
His Broiler study combines topics in areas such as Animal husbandry and Gait. His study focuses on the intersection of Internal medicine and fields such as Endocrinology with connections in the field of Red blood cell. The Flock study combines topics in areas such as Humerus, Litter and Keel.
Toby G Knowles mainly focuses on Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Animal welfare, Surgery and Welfare. His Animal science research includes themes of Animal-assisted therapy, Total protein, Creatine kinase and Flock. His study in Animal-assisted therapy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Feather pecking and HUBzero.
His research investigates the connection with Veterinary medicine and areas like Lameness which intersect with concerns in Gait. His study in the fields of Pet therapy and Human animal bond under the domain of Animal welfare overlaps with other disciplines such as Stunning. His Surgery research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Anesthesia and Clinical significance.
His main research concerns Animal welfare, Stunning, Small animal, Puppy and Welfare. His research investigates the link between Animal welfare and topics such as Agricultural science that cross with problems in Livestock and Preference. Toby G Knowles interconnects Health care, Odds, Family medicine, Dog owners and Cohort in the investigation of issues within Puppy.
His study on Cohort also encompasses disciplines like
Toby G Knowles mostly deals with Welfare, Small animal, Dead weight, Anesthesia and Animal science. His work deals with themes such as Longitudinal study, Milking, Demography, Postal survey and Puppy, which intersect with Welfare. Toby G Knowles has included themes like Stocking, Common value auction and Logistic regression in his Demography study.
Toby G Knowles combines subjects such as Intravenous catheter and Alfaxalone with his study of Anesthesia. His Animal science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Confidence interval and Flock. His research integrates issues of Chin and Surgery in his study of Euthanasia Method.
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Prevalence of leg weakness in broiler chickens and its relationship with genotype.
S C Kestin;T G Knowles;A E Tinch;N G Gregory.
Veterinary Record (1992)
Leg disorders in broiler chickens: Prevalence, risk factors and prevention
Toby G. Knowles;Steven C. Kestin;Susan M. Haslam;Steven N. Brown.
PLOS ONE (2008)
Effects on cattle of transport by road for up to 15 hours
P D Warriss;S N Brown;T G Knowles;S C Kestin.
Veterinary Record (1995)
A REVIEW OF THE ROAD TRANSPORT OF CATTLE
Veterinary Record (1999)
Changes in the blood biochemical and haematological profile of neonatal calves with age
T. G. Knowles;J. E. Edwards;K. J. Bazeley;S. N. Brown.
Veterinary Record (2000)
Differential effects of increased stocking density, mediated by increased flock size, on feather pecking and aggression in laying hens
Christine J Nicol;NG Gregory;Toby G Knowles;ID Parkman.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1999)
Stress physiology of animals during transport
TG Knowles;PD Warriss.
Livestock handling and transport (2007)
Limb bone strength and movement in laying hens from different housing systems.
T G Knowles;D M Broom.
Veterinary Record (1990)
Factors affecting the prevalence of foot pad dermatitis, hock burn and breast burn in broiler chicken
Sue Haslam;Toby G Knowles;Steven N Brown;L Wilkins.
British Poultry Science (2007)
Effect of lairage time on levels of stress and meat quality in pigs
P. D. Warriss;S. N. Brown;J. E. Edwards;T. G. Knowles.
Animal Science (1998)
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