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Research Projects Subjects of Investigation at this Location

Each ARS research project has related subjects of investigation.  Listed below are the subjects of investigation currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a subject of investigation will list the research projects within that  subject of investigation.

Subjects of Investigation
Dairy cattle, live animal
Egg-type chicken, live animal
Swine, live animal
Research Projects within Swine, live animal
item Determining the Thermal Preference of Weanling Pigs
item Elucidating the Biology of Sow Tolerance to Heat Stress at The Intersection of the Genome, Microbiome and Metabolome
item Enhancing the Thermal Environment of Sows and Piglets to Simultaneously Improve Sow Welfare and Improve Lifetime Performance and Survivability of...
item Evaluating the effects of water delivered L-glutamine on mitigating stress and improving productivity in weaned pigs
item Evaluating the Interactions Between Swine Behavior and Heat Stress Response
item Evaluation of Effects of a Animal Nutrition Supplement on Short and Long-term Sow and Litter Health, Performance, and Welfare Under Heat Stress
item Improving Piglet Survivability and Sow Welfare through Microenvironment Management
item Improving the Environment of Piglets and Sows to Enhance Performance and Welfare
item Improving Welfare of Swine and Poultry through Environmental Enrichment
item Integrating Functional Genomics, Behavior, and Health Measures to Mitigate the Cumulative Effects of in Utero Heat Stress on Swine Welfare
item Integrating Functional Genomics, Behavior, and Health Measures to Mitigate the Cumulative Effects of in Utero Heat Stress on Swine Welfare
item Optimizing Welfare for Food Producing Animals
item Reducing the Negative Impact of In Utero Heat Stress on Swine Immune Function Through Functional Genomics
item Swine Thermal Stress Mobile Application HotHog
item Understanding the role of the genome, microbiome, and epigenome on the transgenerational effects of in utero heat stress in pigs
item Utilize the Purdue Animal Care and Use Committee (PACUC)