Animal Behavior and Well-Being - Focus on Affective State

Section: Animal Behavior and Well-Being (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 9:30 AM–12:00 PM
Location: Room 205
Chair: Amber Adams-Progar, Washington State University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#266 Behavioral approaches to assess and improve affective state of dairy cattle.
E. K. Miller-Cushon
10:00 AM
#267 Hock injury healing through facility transitions on dairy cattle in Canada.
A. M. Armstrong
10:15 AM
#268 A survey of dairy cattle veterinarians’ perspectives on timely management and euthanasia for common calf conditions.
M. C. Cramer
10:30 AM
#269 Effect of stocking density and a barrier in a group close-up pen on the odds that dairy cows develop metritis after calving.
K. Creutzinger
10:45 AM
11:00 AM
#270 Housing tie-stall dairy cows in deep-bedded loose-pens during the dry period has the potential to improve gait.
E. Shepley
11:15 AM
#271 Association between feeding behavior and wellness scores in Jersey dairy cows around calving.
D. du Toit
11:30 AM
#272 Could the first time be the last time? Implications of the first incident of mastitis or lameness on total milk production in first-lactation cows.
M. A. Puerto
11:45 AM
#273 Condition of cull dairy cows from farm to slaughter plant.
J. Stojkov