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Collaborations

The Livestock Behavior Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASK, LINCOLN, NE
  • Thermal perches as warming devices for reducing cold stress in laying hens
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Integrating Functional Genomics, Behavior, and Health Measures to Mitigate the Cumulative Effects of in Utero Heat Stress on Swine Welfare
  • Enhancing the Thermal Environment of Sows and Piglets to Simultaneously Improve Sow Welfare and Improve Lifetime Performance and Survivability of...
  • Thermal Perches as Warming Devices for Reducing Cold Stress in Caged Laying Hens
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, U, KANSAS CITY
  • Characterizing Formula-fed Veal and Dairy Beef Calf Welfare Through Audits and Industry Engagement
  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC
  • Elucidating the Biology of Sow Tolerance to Heat Stress at The Intersection of the Genome, Microbiome and Metabolome
  • Understanding the role of the genome, microbiome, and epigenome on the transgenerational effects of in utero heat stress in pigs
  • OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, COLUMBUS, OH
  • PARTNERSHIP: Characterizing formula-fed veal and dairy beef calf welfare through audits and industry engagement
  • PROBIOTECH INTERNATIONAL INC., ST-HYACINTHE
  • Evaluation of Effects of a Animal Nutrition Supplement on Short and Long-term Sow and Litter Health, Performance, and Welfare Under Heat Stress
  • PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN
  • Reducing the Negative Impact of In Utero Heat Stress on Swine Immune Function Through Functional Genomics
  • Improving the Environment of Piglets and Sows to Enhance Performance and Welfare
  • Improving Welfare of Swine and Poultry through Environmental Enrichment
  • Swine Thermal Stress Mobile Application HotHog
  • Integrating Functional Genomics, Behavior, and Health Measures to Mitigate the Cumulative Effects of in Utero Heat Stress on Swine Welfare
  • Utilize the Purdue Animal Care and Use Committee (PACUC)
  • Evaluating the Interactions Between Swine Behavior and Heat Stress Response
  • Evaluating the effects of water delivered L-glutamine on mitigating stress and improving productivity in weaned pigs
  • Thermal perches as warming devices for reducing cold stress in laying hens
  • Determining the Thermal Preference of Weanling Pigs
  • Improving Piglet Survivability and Sow Welfare through Microenvironment Management
  • Identifying Phenotypic and Genotypic Indicators of Dairy Cattle Resilience in Automated Farming Systems
  • Characterizing Formula-fed Veal and Dairy Beef Calf Welfare through Audits and Industry Engagement
  • Determine relationships between stress-load and calf behavior in precision livestock farming
  • Supplementing Dairy Calves with L-glutamine to Reduce Antibiotic Use
  • UW RIVER FALLS, RIVER FALLS
  • PARTNERSHIP: Characterizing formula-fed veal and dairy beef calf welfare through audits and industry engagement