Animal Health Network, Relevant Publications, April 2022

Relevant publications by members

Blanco-Penedo I, Wonfor R, Kipling RP (2022). Do animal health models meet the needs of organic and conventional dairy farmers in Spain and the UK on disease prevention? Veterinary and Animal Science, 100226. LINK

Jonsson NN, MacLeod M, Hayward A, McNeilly T, Ferguson KD, Skuce J (2022). Liver fluke in beef cattle – Impact on production efficiency and associated greenhouse gas emissions estimated using causal inference methods. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 105579. LINK

Kipling et al. (2021). Identifying key parameters for modelling the impacts of livestock health conditions on GHG emissions. Animal, 15. LINK   

van Soosten et al. (2020). Dairy cow health and greenhouse gas emission intensity. Dairy, 1, 20-29. LINK

Özkan et al. (2018). Impact of subclinical mastitis on greenhouse gas emissions intensity and profitability of dairy cows in Norway. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 150, 19-29. LINK

Özkan et al. (2016). Challenges and priorities for modelling livestock health and pathogens in the context of climate change. Environmental Research, 151, 130-144. LINK

Further reading

AHN coordinators have put together a list of papers relevant to the network activities that can be found in the attached document. Members are encouraged to send any updates on recent work related to the animal health and environment domain to the co-leads. Contact details can be found on the AHN page.