CVERA Research Collection : [69 items]
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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 69
Published DateTitleAuthor(s)
6-Feb-2014Dilemmas experienced by government veterinarians when responding professionally to farm animal welfare incidents in IrelandDevitt, CatherineKelly, Paddy T.Blake, MartinHanlon, AlisonMore, Simon John
17-Apr-2015Understanding and managing bTB risk: Perspectives from IrelandMore, Simon JohnGood, Margaret
Aug-2015Cadmium exposure and consequences for the health and productivity of farmed ruminantsLane, E.A.Canty, M.J.More, Simon John
18-Nov-2014Variance components for susceptibility to Mycobacterium bovis infection in dairy and beef cattleRichardson, Ian W.Bradley, Dan G.Higgins, Isabella M.More, Simon Johnet al.
2005Tuberculosis in cattle: the results of the four-area projectGriffin, John M.More, Simon JohnClegg, Tracy A.et al.
2013Identification of risk factors associated with disclosure of false positive bovine tuberculosis reactors using the gamma-interferon (IFNγ) assayGormley, EamonnDoyle, Mairead B.Duignan, Anthonyet al.
2011The spatial distribution of pet dogs and pet cats on the island of IrelandDownes, Martin J.Clegg, Tracy A.Collins, Daniel M.et al.
2011Aspects of bovine herpesvirus-1 infection in dairy and beef herds in the Republic of IrelandCowley, D. J. BoscoClegg, Tracy A.Doherty, Michael L.et al.
2013Farmers' self-reported perceptions and behavioural impacts of a welfare scheme for suckler beef cattle in IrelandDwane, Andrea M.More, Simon JohnBlake, Martinet al.
2012Bovine viral diarrhoea virus seroprevalence and vaccination usage in dairy and beef herds in the Republic of IrelandCowley, D. J. BoscoClegg, Tracy A.Doherty, Michael L.et al.
2011Genetics of animal health and disease in cattleBerry, Donagh P.Bermingham, Mairead L.Good, Margaretet al.
2011Evidence for genetic variance in resistance to tuberculosis in Great Britain and Irish Holstein-Friesian populationsBermingham, Mairead L.Brotherstone, SusanBerry, Donagh P.et al.
2011A HACCP-based approach to mastitis control in dairy herds. Part 1: DevelopmentBeekhuis-Gibbon, LiesWhyte, PaulO'Grady, Lukeet al.
2011A HACCP-based approach to mastitis control in dairy herds. Part 2: Implementation and evaluationBeekhuis-Gibbon, LiesDevitt, CatherineWhyte, Paulet al.
2011Considerations on BVD eradication for the Irish livestock industryBarrett, Damien J.More, Simon JohnGraham, David A.et al.
2008Control of mycobacterium bovis infection in two sika deer herds in IrelandPartridge, TomToolan, DónalEgan, Johnet al.
2012Seroprevalence of Louping Ill virus (LIV) antibodies in sheep submitted for post mortem examination in the North West of Ireland in 2011Barrett, Damien J.Collins, Daniel M.McGrath, Guyet al.
2012Seroprevalence of Leptospira Hardjo in the Irish suckler cattle populationRyan, Eoin GerardLeonard, NolaO'Grady, Lukeet al.
2012Herd-level risk factors associated with Leptospira Hardjo seroprevalence in Beef/Suckler herds in the Republic of IrelandRyan, Eoin GerardLeonard, NolaO'Grady, Lukeet al.
2008Tuberculosis in alpaca (lama pacos) on a farm in ireland. 2. results of an epidemiological investigationConnolly, D. J.Dwyer, P. J.Fagan, J.et al.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 69