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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
  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING, MI,
  • Evaluating the Effects Of Low Crude Protein Diets During Lactation on Metabolic Heat Production and Heat Stress Response of Sows
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC,
  • Probiotic, Bacillus Subtilis, Prevents Injurious Behaviors And Increases Skeletal Health In Laying Hens
  • NATIONAL PORK BOARD, DES MOINES, IA,
  • Evaluating the effects of mitigation strategies on piglet welfare and future productivity after transport during different seasons
  • Mitigating the Negative Effects of in Utero Heat Stress on Piglet Welfare Following Weaning and Transport
  • Replacing Dietary Antibiotics with L-glutamine and Synbiotics Following Weaning and Transport in Pigs
  • NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STA, GREENSBORO, NC,
  • Fungi as an Immunomodulator and Behavior Modifiers For Weaned Pigs
  • PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN,
  • Evaluating the Effects of Climate Change on Livestock Physiology and Well-being
  • Managing Climate Change to Enhance Animal Welfare
  • Determining the Thermal Preferences of Swine
  • Thermal Perches as Cooling Devices for Reducing Heat Stress in Caged Laying Hens
  • The Role of Stress on Swine Welfare
  • Utilize the Purdue Animal Care and Use Committee (PACUC)
  • Development of a Decision Support Tool For Improving Sow Welfare During a Heat Stress Event
  • Decision Support for Environmental Management of Cage and Cage-Alternative Layer Housing Systems for Thermal Comfort and Air Quality
  • Effects of Probiotics and Synbiotics on Skeletal Health in Broiler Chickens
  • Probiotic, Bacillus subtillis, Prevents Feather Pecking and Cannibalism in Laying Hens
  • Probiotic, Bacillus Subtilis, Prevents Injurious Behaviors and Increases Skeletal Health In Laying Hens-Purdue
  • Mitigating the Negative Effects of In Utero Heat Stress on Piglet Welfare Following Weaning and Transport
  • Auditory Perception of Swine on Maternal Behavior
  • Pain Management in Swine
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, Urbana, IL,
  • Development of a Decision Support Tool For Improving Sow Welfare During a Heat Stress Event
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SYSTEM, COLUMBIA, MO,
  • Mitigating the Negative Effects of In Utero Heat Stress on Piglet Welfare Following Weaning and Transport