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Perspectives of Western Canadian dairy farmers on providing outdoor access for dairy cows.

Anne-Marieke C Smid, Pauline H J Inberg, Saskia de Jong, Shane Sinclair, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary, Herman W Barkema,

Dairy cows are highly motivated to access pasture, especially at night in summer. When pasture is not available, dairy cows show a partial preference for alternative types of outdoor access, spending half the night outside in summer on an outdoor sand or wood chip pack. However, many dairy farms do ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, :]

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Standing behavior and sole horn lesions: A prospective observational longitudinal study.

Hanna K Eriksson, Ruan R Daros, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

Studies performed on individual research farms have reported that dairy cattle developing sole hemorrhages or sole ulcers in peak to mid lactation spent more time standing during the weeks around calving. The aim of this prospective observational longitudinal study was to evaluate whether this relationship is evident in commercial dairy ... Read more >>

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Invited review: The welfare of dairy cattle housed in tiestalls compared to less-restrictive housing types: A systematic review.

Annabelle Beaver, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Many dairy cattle worldwide are housed in tiestalls, meaning that they are tethered by the neck to individual stalls. On some farms, tied cattle are permitted seasonal access to pasture, but otherwise their movements are restricted compared with cows housed in freestall barns or other loose housing systems. The aim ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, :]

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The Freestall Reimagined: Effects on Stall Hygiene and Space Usage in Dairy Cattle.

Annabelle Beaver, Emma Strazhnik, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

Modern freestall barns for dairy cattle have been constructed with considerations for dairy cow cleanliness; partitions and other stall features such as neck rails are designed to reduce manure contamination of bedding and decrease farm labor. However, cows prefer to lie in more open spaces, including on bedded packs and ... Read more >>

Animals (Basel) (Animals : an open access journal from MDPI)
[2021, 11(6):]

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Corrigendum to "Addition of straw to the early-lactation diet: Effects on feed intake, milk yield, and subclinical ketosis in Holstein cows" (J. Dairy Sci. 104:3008-3017).

Hesam A Seifi, Julianna M Huzzey, M A Khan, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, 104(6):7343]

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Views of American animal and dairy science students on the future of dairy farms and public expectations for dairy cattle care: A focus group study.

Caroline Ritter, Elizabeth R Russell, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Students completing advanced degrees in dairy or animal science may go on to have a major impact on the food animal agriculture industries. The aim of this study was to better understand student views of the future of dairying, including changes in practices affecting animal care on farms as well ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, 104(7):7984-7995]

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Employee Management and Animal Care: A Comparative Ethnography of Two Large-Scale Dairy Farms in China.

Maria Chen, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Sabina Magliocco, Daniel M Weary,

Farm management can directly and indirectly affect animal care. We explored how farm management affected animal care on two large dairy farms in China (anonymized as Farm A and Farm B). We used a mini-ethnographic case study design whereby the first author lived for 38 days on Farm A and ... Read more >>

Animals (Basel) (Animals : an open access journal from MDPI)
[2021, 11(5):]

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Captivity-Induced Depression in Animals.

Benjamin Lecorps, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Concern over the welfare of captive animals is growing. Captivity is often associated with frequent exposure to stressors, which may be the source of persistent negative affective states. We argue that captivity may lead to depressive-like states and call for more research on this topic. ... Read more >>

Trends Cogn Sci (Trends in cognitive sciences)
[2021, 25(7):539-541]

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The Dispensable Surplus Dairy Calf: Is This Issue a "Wicked Problem" and Where Do We Go From Here?

Sarah E Bolton, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Surplus dairy calves consist of all dairy bull calves and any heifer calves not needed as replacements for the milking herd. The fate of these surplus calves varies by region; for example, in Australia and New Zealand they are often sold as "bobby" calves and slaughtered within the first weeks ... Read more >>

Front Vet Sci (Frontiers in veterinary science)
[2021, 8:660934]

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Addition of straw to the early-lactation diet: Effects on feed intake, milk yield, and subclinical ketosis in Holstein cows.

Hesam A Seifi, Julianna M Huzzey, M A Khan, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

This study evaluated feed intake, milk yield, and subclinical ketosis in dairy cows in early lactation fed 2 different diets postpartum. Cows are typically offered a high-energy ration immediately after calving. We compared a conventional high-energy total mixed ration (TMR) with a transition ration that contained chopped straw. We predicted ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, 104(3):3008-3017]

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Pessimistic dairy calves are more vulnerable to pain-induced anhedonia.

Benjamin Lecorps, Emeline Nogues, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

Pain induces deficits in appreciation of rewards (i.e. anhedonia) and variation in response to pain may be partly explained by individual differences in general expectations (i.e. optimism). Dairy calves are routinely subjected to painful procedures such as hot-iron disbudding. We tested if female Holstein calves (n = 17) display signs ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2020, 15(11):e0242100]

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COVID-19: transitioning from in class to online teaching in a heartbeat-Research Methods in Applied Biology.

Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Universities around the world were forced to rapidly transition from face-to-face learning environments to online learning. This paper describes this transition through the lens of a professor responsible for a third year Applied Biology class focused on providing undergraduates with research experience. The ... Read more >>

Transl Anim Sci (Translational animal science)
[2021, 5(1):txab014]

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The effects of social environment on standing behavior and the development of claw horn lesions.

Hanna K Eriksson, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

The primary aim of this prospective experimental study was to evaluate how the social environment after calving influenced standing behavior in primiparous cows. At calving, primiparous cows were mixed with familiar peers in a low-stocked pen (≤33% stocking density; n = 22) or mixed with unknown older cows at 100% ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, 104(2):2195-2211]

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Perspectives of western Canadian dairy farmers on the future of farming.

Caroline Ritter, Katelyn E Mills, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Similar to the situation in many countries, the dairy industry in Canada is challenged by the need to adapt to changing societal demands. An industry-led initiative (Dairy Farmers of Canada's proAction Initative, known as proAction) was developed to respond to this challenge, providing mandatory national standards for on-farm practices. Farmers ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2020, 103(11):10273-10282]

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Graduate Student Literature Review: Challenges and opportunities for human resource management on dairy farms.

Katelyn E Mills, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Dairy farms are increasing in size and moving from family to external labor. As such, dairy farmers now have the responsibilities of a human resource manager in addition to caring for their animals. The objective of this paper was to review literature in 5 areas of human resource management of ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, 104(1):1192-1202]

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Conditioned place aversion of caustic paste and hot-iron disbudding in dairy calves.

Thomas Ede, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

Cauterization by hot iron and application of caustic paste are 2 common methods of disbudding calves. In this study, we compared the affective experience of these 2 procedures on young dairy calves using conditioned place aversion. Male dairy calves (n = 14; 7 ± 2 d old) were disbudded by ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2020, 103(12):11653-11658]

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Individual Variability in Response to Social Stress in Dairy Heifers.

Emeline Nogues, Benjamin Lecorps, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Regrouping is associated with increased aggression, and disruption of time-budgets. Individuals vary in how well they cope with social stress. Our objective was to describe individual differences in agonistic behavior in dairy heifers after regrouping, and determine how time-budget and behavioral synchronization were affected by these coping strategies. A total ... Read more >>

Animals (Basel) (Animals : an open access journal from MDPI)
[2020, 10(8):]

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Organic Dairy Cattle: Do European Union Regulations Promote Animal Welfare?

Eugénie Duval, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Benjamin Lecorps,

Animal welfare is an emerging concept in EU law; with the advent of specific regulations intending to protect animals. The approach taken by European lawmakers is to provide "minimum standards" for conventional farming; argued by some as failing to adequately protect animals. In contrast, the EU organic farming regulations aim ... Read more >>

Animals (Basel) (Animals : an open access journal from MDPI)
[2020, 10(10):]

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Dairy farmer advising in relation to the development of standard operating procedures.

Katelyn E Mills, Katherine E Koralesky, Daniel M Weary, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Standard operating procedures (SOP) are increasingly required on farms participating in animal welfare assurance programs, such as the Dairy Farmers of Canada's proAction initiative and the National Dairy FARM Program in the United States. However, little is known about the use of SOP on farms and who is involved in ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2020, 103(12):11524-11534]

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Short communication: Motivation to walk affects gait attributes.

Shabnaz Mokhtarnazif, Anne-Marieke C Smid, Daniel M Weary, Ahmadreza Mohamadnia, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Lameness is a major welfare problem in the dairy industry. Environmental factors, such as flooring surface, as well as cow-level factors, such as udder fill, can influence gait. The aim of the current study was to test whether motivation to walk affects gait attributes and whether this effect differs between ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2020, 103(10):9481-9487]

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Moving online: roadmap and long-term forecast.

John Scott Radcliffe, Debra K Aaron, Jodi Sterle, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Nancy Irlbeck, Martin Maquivar, Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe, Cassandra Jones,

Anim Front (Animal frontiers : the review magazine of animal agriculture)
[2020, 10(3):36-45]

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Competition Strategies of Metritic and Healthy Transition Cows.

Borbala Foris, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

Our study aimed to characterize social competition strategies in transition cows, and determine how these varied with health status. We retrospectively followed 52 cows during 3 periods (PRE: d -6 to -1 prepartum, POST1: d 1 to 3 postpartum, POST2: d 4 to 6 postpartum). Cows diagnosed with metritis on ... Read more >>

Animals (Basel) (Animals : an open access journal from MDPI)
[2020, 10(5):]

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Symposium review: Considerations for the future of dairy cattle housing: An animal welfare perspective.

Annabelle Beaver, Kathryn L Proudfoot, Marina A G von Keyserlingk,

Many contemporary dairy cattle housing practices are at odds with societal perceptions of positive animal welfare. The public (i.e., those external to the dairy industry) typically emphasizes the importance of naturalness for dairy cattle, such as through provision of pasture, freedom of movement, and the ability to interact socially with ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2020, 103(6):5746-5758]

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Social approach and place aversion in relation to conspecific pain in dairy calves.

Thomas Ede, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

Despite scientific interest in animal empathy, and growing public concern for farm animal welfare, the empathic abilities of farm animals remain under researched. In this study, we investigated empathic responses of young Holstein dairy calves to conspecifics recovering from hot-iron disbudding, a painful procedure common on dairy farms. A combination ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2020, 15(5):e0232897]

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Predicting Disease in Transition Dairy Cattle Based on Behaviors Measured Before Calving.

Mohammad W Sahar, Annabelle Beaver, Marina A G von Keyserlingk, Daniel M Weary,

Dairy cattle are particularly susceptible to metritis, hyperketonemia (HYK), and mastitis in the weeks after calving. These high-prevalence transition diseases adversely affect animal welfare, milk production, and profitability. Our aim was to use prepartum behavior to predict which cows have an increased risk of developing these conditions after calving. The ... Read more >>

Animals (Basel) (Animals : an open access journal from MDPI)
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