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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications at this Location
ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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2003 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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The Effects of Dietary Sodium Bicarbonate on Oro-Nasal Behaviors of Gestating Sows
(Abstract Only)
(02-Apr-03)
Housing the Sow Without Crates - Challenges and Solutions
(Abstract Only)
(02-Apr-03)
Housing Effect on Behavior and Production Performance of Laying Hens: Enriched Vs. Conventional Cages
(Abstract Only)
(01-Apr-03)
Bone Mineral Density of Laying Hens Housed in Enriched Versus Conventional Cages
(Abstract Only)
(01-Apr-03)
Effect of Thermal and Hormonal Manipulation of Developing Chick Embryos on Post Hatch Behavior and Physiology
(Abstract Only)
(17-Mar-03)
In Vitro Modulation by Beta-Glucan and Ascorbic Acid of Blood Leukocyte Toll-Like Receptor and Acute Phase Cytokine Expression
(Abstract Only)
(03-Mar-03)
Real-Time Monitoring of Salmonella in Swine: Specificity and Sensitivity of Bacterial Detection Through the Gastroinfestinal Tracts of Juvenile and Market Weight Pigs
(Abstract Only)
(31-Jan-03)
Swine Production Systems: Animal Welfare Considerations
(Abstract Only)
(10-Jan-03)
Beef Cattle: Behavior Management and Well-Being
(Book / Chapter)
(05-Jan-03)
Effects of Pre-Natal Stress on Immunological Response and Weight Gain During the Grower Finisher Period
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-03)
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