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Number Born Alive Accuracy Changes Based on the Number of Crossbred Records Included for Large White and Landrace Breeding Value Estimation from a Large Seedstock Supplier

; John W. Mabry, Professor Emeritus, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University Summary and Implications

Association of Calf Growth and Feed Intake Traits with Mature Cow Milk Yield and Body Weight

R2967 Denise Beam, Research Assistant, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University; Arlyn J. Heinrichs

Comparison of Joint Angles for Feet and Leg Conformation Traits between Gilts at Selection and at their Second Gestation and Sows Parity 5 and Above

Specialist, Department of Animal Science, University of Nebraska – Lincoln; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University Summary and Implications This study is a

Joint Angles for Feet and Leg Conformation Traits in Second Gestation Sows

Extension Specialist, Department of Animal Science, University of Nebraska – Lincoln; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University Summary and Implications This study

Phenotypic and Genetic Associations of Objectively Evaluated Replacement Female Feet and Leg Joint Conformation at Selection and Post First Parity

, Ireland; Max F. Rothschild, Distinguished Professor, ISU; Benny E. Mote, Assistant Professor, UNL; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, ISU; Summary and Implications Objective evaluation of feet and leg joint

Ad libitum Feeding of Gilt Developer Diets Differing in Standard Ileal Digestive Lysine Concentrations Affected Growth and Feed Efficiency but did not Affect Age at Puberty in Replacement Gilts

Reproductive Physiology, University of Alberta; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University * USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer Summary and Implications

Dynamic Space Requirements of Lame and Non-lame Sows as they Lie and Stand

, Kenneth J. Stalder, Alejandro Ramirez, and Julia A. Calderón Díaz Thi s swine is available in Animal Industry Report: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ans_air/vol663/iss1/73 Dynamic Space Requirements of Lame and ... K. Johnson, Associate Professor; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science; Alejandro Ramirez, Associate Professor, Veterinary Diagnostic Production Animal Medicine, Iowa State

Time Taken for Lame and Non-lame Sows to Stand and Lie

, Kenneth J. Stalder, and Julia A. Calderón Díaz This swine is available in Animal Industry Report: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ans_air/vol663/iss1/72 Jared M. Mumm, Graduate Research Assistant; Joseph Stock ... , Associate Professor; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University; Julia A. Calderón Díaz, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Pig Development, Teagasc Moorepark Grassland

Depiction of Lying Down and Standing up Sequences in Multiparous Sows

Authors Jared Mumm, Joseph Stock, Samaneh Azarpajouh, Amber Howell, Anna K. Johnson, Kenneth J. Stalder, and Julia A. Calder?n D?az Thi s swine is available in Animal Industry Report: https ... ; Samaneh Arzapajouh, Postdoctoral Research Associate; Amber Howell, Undergraduate Research Assistant; Anna K. Johnson, Associate Professor; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science

Changes in Feet and Leg Joint Angles in Gilts Divergently Selected for Residual Feed Intake during their First Gestation

, Jared M. Mumm, Samaneh Azarpajouh, Anna K. Johnson, Jack C. M. Dekkers, and Kenneth J. Stalder Thi s swine is available in Animal Industry Report: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ans_air/vol663/iss1/74 ... ; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor1 1 Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University 2 Pig Development; Teagasc Moorepark Grassland Research and Innovation Centre Summary and Implications This study

Pictorial Depiction of the Lying-down Behavior of Lame and Non-lame Multiparous Gestating Sows

Science, Iowa State University; Joseph D. Stock, Research Assistant, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University

Effect of High Fiber Ingredients on the Performance, Metabolizable Energy and Digestibility of Broiler and Layer Chicks

of Broiler and Layer Chicks A.S. Leaflet R3000 Muhammed Walugembe, PhD Student, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Pig Age and Approachability Behavior to a Human Observer

The objective of this experiment was to determine if nursery pig age affected how many pigs touched and orientated to a human, or were classified as not-orientated during a human-animal interaction test using live human observation and digital image collection methodology. A complete randomized experimental design was utilized in this study where the pen of pigs was the...

Distance of Nursery Pig Snout and Tails from a Human Observer during an Approachability Test

The objective of this experiment was to determine the distance of nursery pigs snout and tails from a human observer when classified as touched, orientated to the human or s not-orientated during a human-animal interaction test using a digital image collection methodology. A complete randomized experimental design was utilized in this study where the pen of pigs was the...

Gilt and Barrow Approachability Behavior to a Human Observer

The objective of this experiment was to determine if nursery pig sex affected how many pigs touched and orientated to the human or were classified as not-orientated during a human-animal interaction test using a live human observation and a digital image collection methodology. A complete randomized experimental design was utilized in this study where the pen of pigs was the...

Characterization and Symmetry Study of Objective Feet and Leg Joint Measurements in Five Separate Lines of Maternal Gilts

University; Kenneth J. Stalder, Professor, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University Summary and Implications This study involves the initial measurement and joint description of five maternal