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Bard, A, Main, D, Roe, E, Whay, H and Reyher, K (2019) To change or not to change? Veterinarian and farmer perceptions of factors influencing the enactment of veterinary advice on UK dairy farms. Journal of Dairy Science. ISSN 0022-0302 (In Press)

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Daniels, S, Leng, J, Ellis, R, Swann, J, Moore-Colyer, M and Proudman, C (2017) The Effect of Moxidectin Treatment on the Equine Hind Gut Microbiome, Metabonome and Feed Fermentation Kinetics in Horses with Very Low Parasite Burdens. Equine Veterinary Education, 29 (58). p. 6. ISSN 2042-3292

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Hemmings, A, McBride, S, Parker, M and Roberts, K (2017) Applied neurophysiology of the horse; implications for training, husbandry and welfare. Applied Animal Science. pp. 90-101.

Hockenhull, J, Main, D and Mullan, S (2019) “Would it sell more pork?” Pig farmers’ perceptions of Real Welfare, the welfare outcome component of their farm assurance scheme. Animal. (In Press)

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Jones, M, Dalzell, F, Eastwood, B, Edwards, R, Elliott, P, Hale, G, Hill, S, Hinde, J, Hughes, H, Knight, A, Lewis, J, MacMillan, A, McGill, I, Menache, A, Saunders, R, Simmon, A, Southgate, P, Tipping, K, Turner, J and Van der Burgt, G (2018) Animal welfare impacts of badger culling operations. Veterinary Record, 183 (15). pp. 476-477. ISSN 2042-7670

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Van Dijk, L, Buller, H, Blokhuis, H, Van Niekerk, T, Voslarova, E, Manteca, X, Weeks, C and Main, D (2019) HENNOVATION: Learnings from Promoting Practice-Led Multi-Actor Innovation Networks to Address Complex Animal Welfare Challenges within the Laying Hen Industry. Animals, 9 (1). p. 24. ISSN 2076-2615

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White, S, Moore-Colyer, M, Marti, E, Couëtil, L, Hannant, D, Richard, E and Alcocer, M (2019) Development of a Comprehensive Protein Microarray for Immunoglobulin E Profiling in Horses with Severe Equine Asthma (sEA). Journal of Veterinary and Internal Medicine. ISSN 1939-1676 (In Press)

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