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Statistics bibliography 04 - veterinary

Albentosa, M.J. & Cooper, J.J. (2005). Testing resource value in group-housed animals: An investigation of cage height preference in laying hens. Behavioural Processes 70 (2), 113-121. Read

Barkema, H.W. et al. (1999). Management practices associated with the incidence rate of clinical mastitis. Journal of Dairy Science 82 (8), 1643-1654. Read

French, N.P. et al. (2001). Smallholder dairy farming in the Chikwaka communal land, Zimbabwe: birth, death and demographic trends. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 48 (2), 101-112. Read

Gortazar, C. et al. (1998). Habitat related differences in helminth parasites of red foxes in the Ebro valley. Veterinary Parasitology 80 (1), 75-82. Read
Hammond, R.F. et al. (2001). Irish soil and land-use classifications as predictors of numbers of badgers and badger setts. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 51 (3-4), 137-148. Read

Lahmar, S. and Kilani, M. (1999). Echinococcus granulosus larvae in the livers of sheep in Tunisia: the effects of host age. Annals of Tropical Medicine & Parasitology 93 (1), 75-81. Read

Parada, L. et al. (1995). Echinococcus granulosus infections of dogs in the Durazno region of Uruguay. Veterinary Record 136 (15), 389-391. Read [abstract only]

Peeler, E.J. et al. (2002). Study of clinical mastitis in British dairy herds with bulk milk somatic cell counts less than 150,000 cells/ml. Veterinary Record 151 (6), 170-176. Read

Peeler, E.J. et al. (2000). Risk factors associated with clinical mastitis in low somatic cell count British dairy herds Journal of Dairy Science 83 (11), 2464-2472. Read

Schukken, Y.H. et al. (1991). Overdispersion in clinical mastitis data from dairy herds: a negative binomial approach. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 10 (3), 239-245. Read

Sutton, G.A. & Haik, R. (1999). Efficacy of garlic as an anthelmintic in donkeys. Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine 54 (1). Read [free html]

Torgerson, P.R. et al. (1998). Modelling the prevalence of Echinococcus and Taenia species in small ruminants of different ages in northern Jordan. Veterinary Parasitology 79 (1), 35-52. Read