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Collaborations

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


Current collaborators and projects:

AWARDS MANAGEMENT BRANCH NIFA, Washington, DC
  • Development of a Decision Support Tool For Improving Sow Welfare During a Heat Stress Event
  • FOUNDATION FOR FOOD & AGRICULTURE RESEARCH, Washington, DC
  • Environmental Enrichment Effects on Pig Welfare During Lactation, Nursery and Grow-Finish Phases
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Probiotic, Bacillus Subtilis, Prevents Injurious Behaviors And Increases Skeletal Health In Laying Hens
  • Enhancing the Thermal Environment of Sows and Piglets to Simultaneously Improve Sow Welfare and Improve Lifetime Performance and Survivability of...
  • Integrating Functional Genomics, Behavior, and Health Measures to Mitigate the Cumulative Effects of in Utero Heat Stress on Swine Welfare
  • PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN
  • Environmental Enrichment in Swine and Poultry
  • Effects of Probiotics and Synbiotics on Skeletal Health in Broiler Chickens
  • Probiotic, Bacillus Subtilis, Prevents Injurious Behaviors and Increases Skeletal Health In Laying Hens-Purdue
  • Supplementing Dairy Calves with L-glutamine to Reduce Antibiotic Use
  • Determining the Thermal Preference of Weanling Pigs
  • Pain Management in Swine
  • Improving Piglet Survivability and Sow Welfare through Microenvironment Management
  • Swine Management Website and Mobile App
  • Effect of Probiotics on Aggression in Laying Hens
  • Identifying phenotypic and genotypic indicators of dairy cattle resilience in automated farming systems.
  • Utilize the Purdue Animal Care and Use Committee (PACUC)
  • Integrating Functional Genomics, Behavior, and Health Measures to Mitigate the Cumulative Effects of in Utero Heat Stress on Swine Welfare
  • Evaluating the Interactions Between Swine Behavior and Heat Stress Response
  • TYSON FOODS, INC., BENTONVILLE, AR
  • Environmental Enrichment Effects on Pig Welfare During Lactation, Nursery and Grow-Finish Phases
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA, IL
  • Development of a Decision Support Tool For Improving Sow Welfare During a Heat Stress Event
  • UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, PARKVILLE
  • Early Stress Experiences and Stress Resilience and Emotionality in Pigs