the anoestrous syndrome in new zealand dairy cattle. 2. some factors influencing submission rates in taranaki herds. 19751058356
some observations on disease incidence among dairy cattle in north taranaki. 19734519925
management of dairy heifers and its relationships with the incidence of clinical describe aspects of management of dairy heifers before calving and determine risk factors for clinical mastitis postpartum in heifers, at the herd level, under pasture-based management systems in the waikato and taranaki regions of new zealand.200717928896
a descriptive analysis of the foot lesions identified during veterinary treatment for lameness on dairy farms in north analyse the records made during routine veterinary treatment of lame cows, to identify the types of lesions causing lameness of dairy cows in north taranaki, their relative prevalence and distribution, and some of the cow-associated factors which affect these parameters.200818536772
a questionnaire-based cross-sectional study of clinical johne's disease on dairy farms in new investigate associations between both farm management factors and breed of dairy cow, and the incidence of farmer-observed clinical johne's disease (jd) on dairy farms in four major dairying regions in the north island of new zealand.200919252541
reproductive management of dairy herds in new zealand: attitudes, priorities and constraints perceived by farmers managing seasonal-calving, pasture-based herds in four examine attitudes, priorities, and constraints pertaining to herd reproductive management perceived by farmers managing seasonal-calving, pasture-based dairy herds in four regions of new zealand, and to explore how these varied with demographic and biophysical factors.201121328155
further investigation of lameness in cows at pasture: an analysis of the lesions found in, and some possible risk factors associated with, lame new zealand dairy cattle requiring veterinary treatment.previous descriptive analysis of data collected from veterinary visits to lame cows in the taranaki region of new zealand between december 1995 and july 2007 showed an association between both breed and age and lesion type and site. however, that simple analysis had significant limitations as it did not take account of more than 2 factors at the same time and did not evaluate the effect of time (either year or season). this analysis was designed to overcome those limitations. first, corresponden ...201121605749
estimating the true prevalence of bovine digital dermatitis in taranaki, new zealand using a bayesian latent class model.a bayesian latent class model was developed to estimate the true prevalence of bovine digital dermatitis (bdd) in taranaki, new zealand. this model allowed farms to have zero prevalence as well as also accounting for between farm heterogeneity that was conditional on whether a farm was positive for bovine digital dermatitis. the estimated true farm level prevalence was 68.9% (95% credible interval [cri]: 50.0%-85.7%), while on infected farms the overall cow level prevalence (number of infected c ...201729254714
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