Items where Author is "Charlton, G.L."

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Charlton, G.L., Gauld, C., Veronesi, F., Rutter, S.M. and Bleach, E.C.L. (2022) Assessing the accuracy of leg mounted sensors for recording dairy cow behavioural activity at pasture, in cubicle housing and a straw yard. Animals, 12 (5).

Leach, K.A., Charlton, G.L., Green, M.J., Lima, E., Gibbons, J., Black, D. and Bradley, A.J. (2021) Bedding system influences lying behaviour in dairy cows. Veterinary Record.

Atkins, N.E., Cianchi, C., Rutter, S.M., Williams, S.J., Gauld, C., Charlton, G.L. and Sinclair, L.A. (2020) Performance, milk fatty acid composition and behaviour of high-yielding Holstein dairy cows given a limited grazing period. Grass and Forage Science.

Charlton, G.L., Bleach, E.C.L. and Rutter, S.M. (2019) Cows with paratuberculosis (Johne’s disease) alter their lying behavior around peak lactation. Journal of Dairy Science.

Tayyab, U., Wilkinson, R.G., Charlton, G.L., Reynolds, C.K. and Sinclair, L.A. (2018) Grass silage particle size when fed with or without maize silage alters performance, reticular pH and metabolism of Holstein-Friesian dairy cows. Animal. pp. 1-9.

Charlton, G.L. and Rutter, S.M. (2017) The behaviour of housed dairy cattle with and without pasture access: a review. Applied Animal Behaviour Science.

Motupalli, P.R., Sinclair, L.A., Charlton, G.L., Bleach, E.C.L. and Rutter, S.M. (2014) Pasture access increases dairy cow milk yield but preference for pasture is not affected by herbage allowance. Journal of Animal Science, 92 (11). pp. 5175-5184.

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