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2015 
  • Development of a framework for genotyping bovine-derived Cryptosporidium parvum, using a multilocus fragment typing tool Hotchkiss, E.J., Gilray, J.A., Brennan, M.L., Christley, R.M., Morrison, L.J., Jonsson, N.N., Innes, E.A. and Katzer, F.Parasites & Vectors, 8:1-11.
  • Claw length recommendations for dairy cow foot trimming Archer SC, R Newsome, H Dibble, MG Chagunda, CS Mason and JN Huxley Veterinary Records, DOI: 10.1136/vr.103197
  • A fresh look at inter-service intervals in UK dairy herdsRemnant JG, JN Huxley and CD Hudson Cattle Practice, 23: 27-32.  
  • The effect of lameness before and during the breeding season on fertility in 10 pasture-based Irish dairy herds Somers JR, JN Huxley, I Lorenz, ML Doherty and L O’Grady Irish Veterinary Journal, 68 (4): DOI: 10.1186/s13620-015-0043-4
  • Effect of early lactation foot trimming in lame and non-lame dairy heifers: a randomized controlled trial Maxwell OJR, CD Hudson and JN Huxley Veterinary Record, 177(4): 100. DOI: 10.1136/vr.103155. 
  • Evaluation of treatments for claw horn lesions in dairy cows in a randomized controlled trial. Thomas HJ, GG Miguel-Pacheco, NJ Bollard, SC Archer, NJ Bell, C Mason, OJR Maxwell, JG Remnant, P Sleeman, HR Whay and JN Huxley Journal of Dairy Science, 98 (7): 4477-4486. DOI: 10.3168/jds.2014-8982
  • Low body condition predisposed cattle to lameness: An 8 year study of one dairy herd.  Randall LV, MJ Green, MGG Chagunda, C Mason, LE Green, SC Archer and JN Huxley Journal of Dairy Science, 98 (6): 3766-3777. DOI: 10.3168/jds.2014-8863
  • Lameness in cattle: research-based outcomesMaxwell OJR, GG Miguel-Pacheco, R Newsome, LV Randall, JG Remnant, HJ Thomas and JN Huxley In Practice, 37: 127-138 DOI:10.1136/inp.h897
  • Unravelling the temporal association between lameness and body condition score in dairy cattle using a multistate modelling approach.  Lim PY, JN Huxley, JA Willshire, MJ Green, AR Othman and J Kaler Preventative Veterinary Medicine, 118 (4): 370-377. DOI:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2014.12.015
  • Area of hock hair loss in dairy cows: Risk factors and correlations with a categorical scale Lim PY, JN Huxley, MJ Green, AR Othman, SL Potterton, CJ Brignell and J Kaler The Veterinary Journal, 203 (2) 205-210. DOI: 1016/j.tvjl.2014.11.005
  • Variation in the inter-service intervals of UK dairy cows.  Remnant JG, MJ Green, JN Huxley and CD Hudson Journal of Dairy Science, 98: 889-897. DOI: 10.3168/jds.2014-8366
  • Molecular epidemiology of Streptococcus uberis clinical mastitis in dairy herds: Strain heterogeneity and transmission.  Davies, P. L., J. A. Leigh, A. J. Bradley, S. C. Archer, R. D. Emes, and M. J. Green J. Clin. Microbiol. 54:68-74.
  • An investigation of the dynamics of intramammary infections acquired during the dry period on European dairy farms Bradley, A. J.; De Vliegher, S.; Green, M. J.; et al.Journal of Dairy Science Volume: 98 Issue: 9 Pages: 6029-6047 
  • An investigation of the efficacy of a polyvalent mastitis vaccine using different vaccination regimens under field conditions in the United Kingdom Bradley, A. J.; Breen, J. E.; Payne, B.; et al.Journal of Dairy Science Volume: 98 Issue: 3 Pages: 1706-1720 
  • Dairy cow reproductive performanceHudson, Chris; Green, MartinVeterinary Record Volume: 176 Issue: 24 Pages: 631 
  • Evaluation of the usefulness at national level of the dairy cattle health and production recording systems in Great Britain Velasova, M.; Drewe, J. A.; Gibbons, J.; et al.Veterinary Record Volume: 177 Issue: 12 
  • Use of Stochastic Simulation to Evaluate the Reduction in Methane Emissions and Improvement in Reproductive Efficiency from Routine Hormonal Interventions in Dairy Herds Archer, Simon C.; Hudson, Christopher D.; Green, Martin J.Plos One Volume: 10 Issue: 6
  • Dairy herd mastitis and reproduction: using simulation to aid interpretation of results from discrete time survival analysis HUDSON, C.D., BRADLEY, A.J., BREEN, J.E. and GREEN, M.J., 2015. The Veterinary Journal. 204, 47-53
  • Recycling manure as cow bedding: Potential benefits and risks for UK dairy farms.  Leach KA, Archer SC, Breen JE, Green MJ, Ohnstad IC, Tuer S, Bradley AJ.Vet J. 2015 Nov;206(2):123-30. doi: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2015.08.013. 
  • Farmers’ perception of the role of veterinary surgeons in vaccination strategies on British dairy farms. Richens, I. F., Hobson-West, P., Brennan, M. L., Lowton, R., Kaler, J., & Wapenaar, W.Veterinary Record, doi:10.1136/vr.103415.
  • Gestational dietary protein is associated with sex specific decrease in blood flow, fetal heart growth and post-natal blood pressure of progeny.Hernandez-Medrano J.H., Copping K.J., Hoare A., Wapenaar W., Grivell R., Kuchel T., Miguel-Pacheco G., McMillen I.C., Rodgers R.J., Perry V.E. PLoS One;10(4).
  • Cattle veterinarians’ awareness and understanding of biosecurity.  Pritchard, K., Wapenaar, W. & Brennan, M. L. Veterinary Record, doi:10.1136/vr.102899.
  • A new bovine conjunctiva model shows that Listeria monocytogenes invasion is associated with lysozyme resistance.  Warren, J., Owen, A. R., Glanvill, A., Francis, A., Maboni, G., Nova, R. J., Wapenaar W., Rees, C. & Tötemeyer, S. Veterinary Microbiology, 179, 76–81
  • Consequences of endocarditis in an adult cow with a ventricular septal defect.  Sherwin, V., Baiker, K., & Wapenaar, W. Veterinary Record Case Reports, 3(1)
  • Número especial sobre la formación de veterinarios. Abuelo, Á., & Wapenaar, W. REDU. Revista de Docencia Universitaria, 13 (extra), 11-14
  • Veterinary differentiation: how veterinary education can adequately support the developing profession. Wapenaar, W. REDU. Revista de Docencia Universitaria, 13 (extra), 21-32
  • Changes in prevalence of, and risk factors for, lameness in random samples of English sheep flocks: 2004–2013. Winter J.R., Kaler, J., Ferguson, E, KilBride, A.L., Green, L.E.  Preventive Veterinary Medicine. doi:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2015.09.014
  • Preventative services offered by veterinarians on sheep farms in England and Wales: Opinions and drivers for proactive flock health planning.  Bellet, C., Woodnutt, J., Green, L.E., Kaler, J. Prev Vet Med.  doi: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2015.07.008.
  • The effect of paratuberculosis on milk yield – A systematic review and meta-analysis McAloon, C.G., Whyte, P., More, S.J., Green, M.J., O’Grady, L., Garcia, A., Doherty, M.L.Journal of Dairy Science doi.org/10.3168/jds.2015-10156
  • BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE, PAYNE B, WHITE V and GREEN MJ, 2015. An investigation of the efficacy of a polyvalent mastitis vaccine using different vaccination regimens under field conditions in the United Kingdom. Journal of Dairy Science. 98(3), 1706-1720
  • LIM PY, HUXLEY JN, WILLSHIRE JA, GREEN MJ, OTHMAN AR and KALER J, 2015. Unravelling the temporal association between lameness and body condition score in dairy cattle using a multistate modelling approach. Preventive veterinary medicine. 118(4), 370-7
  • LIM PY, HUXLEY JN, GREEN MJ, OTHMAN AR, POTTERTON SL, BRIGNELL CJ and KALER J, 2015. Area of hock hair loss in dairy cows: Risk factors and correlation with a categorical scale. The Veterinary Journal. 203(2), 205-210
  • REMNANT JG, GREEN MJ, HUXLEY JN and HUDSON CD, 2015. Variation in the interservice intervals of dairy cows in the United Kingdom. Journal of Dairy Science. 98(7), 5016-5016
  • SOMERS JR, HUXLEY JN, LORENZ I, DOHERTY ML and O'GRADY L, 2015. The effect of Lameness before and during the breeding season on fertility in 10 pasture-based Irish dairy herds. Irish Veterinary Journal. 68:14
  • ARCHER SC, NEWSOME R, DIBBLE H, STURROCK CJ, CHAGUNDA MGG, MASON CS and HUXLEY JN, 2015. Claw length recommendations for dairy cow foot trimming. The Veterinary record. (In Press.)
  • MAXWELL OJR, HUDSON CD and HUXLEY JN, 2015. Effect of early lactation foot trimming in lame and non-lame dairy heifers: a randomised controlled trial. The Veterinary record. 177(4), 100
  • RANDALL LV, GREEN MJ, CHAGUNDA MGG, MASON C, ARCHER SC, GREEN LE and HUXLEY JN, 2015. Low body condition predisposes cattle to lameness: An 8-year study of one dairy herd. Journal of dairy science. 98(6), 3766-77
  • THOMAS HJ, MIGUEL-PACHECO GG, BOLLARD NJ, ARCHER SC, BELL NJ, MASON C, MAXWELL OJR, REMNANT JG, SLEEMAN P, WHAY HR and HUXLEY JN, 2015. Evaluation of treatments for claw horn lesions in dairy cows in a randomized controlled trial. Journal of dairy science. 98(7), 4477-86
  • HUDSON CD, BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE and GREEN MJ, 2015. Dairy herd mastitis and reproduction: using simulation to aid interpretation of results from discrete time survival analysis. The Veterinary Journal. 204, 47-53
  • REMNANT JG, HUXLEY JN and HUDSON CD, 2014. A fresh look at inter-service intervals in UK dairy herds. Cattle Practice.
 
 

 

2014
  • GREEN MJ, LEACH KA, BREEN JE, OHNSTAD I, TUER S, ARCHER SC and BRADLEY AJ, 2014. Recycled manure solids as bedding for dairy cattle: A scoping study. Cattle Practice. 22(2), 207-214
  • GREEN LE, HUXLEY JN, BANKS C and GREEN MJ, 2014. Temporal associations between low body condition, lameness and milk yield in a UK dairy herd. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 113(1), 63-71
  • MIGUEL-PACHECO GG, KALER J, REMNANT JG, CHEYNE L, ABBOTT C, FRENCH AP, PRIDMORE TP and HUXLEY JN, 2014. Behavioural changes in dairy cows with lameness in an automatic milking system. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 150, 1-8
  • REMNANT JG, LEA RG, ALLEN CE, HUXLEY JN, ROBINSON RS and BROWER AI, 2014. Novel gonadal characteristics in an aged bovine freemartin. Animal reproduction science. 146(1-2), 1-4
  • HUDSON CD, HUXLEY JN and GREEN MJ, 2014. Using Simulation to Interpret a Discrete Time Survival Model in a Complex Biological System: Fertility and Lameness in Dairy Cows. PLoS ONE. 9(8), 103426
  • HIGGINS HM, HUXLEY JN, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2014. Quantifying veterinarians' beliefs on disease control and exploring the effect of new evidence: A Bayesian approach. Journal of Dairy Science. 97(6), 3394-408
  • HORSEMAN SV, ROE EJ, HUXLEY JN, BELL NJ, MASON CS and WHAY HR, 2014. The use of in-depth interviews to understand the process of treating lame dairy cows from the farmers' perspective. Animal Welfare. 23(2), 157-165
  • BELL NJ, POTTERTON SL, BLOWEY R, WHAY HR and HUXLEY JN, 2014. Disinfectant footbathing agents for the control of bovine digital dermatitis in dairy cattle. UK Vet. 19(1)
  • REMNANT JG, GREEN MJ, HUXLEY JN and HUDSON CD, 2014. Do UK dairy cows cycle every 21 days? Cattle Practice. 22, 156-156
  • SWIFT BMC, GERRARD ZE, HUXLEY JN and REES CED, 2014. Factors affecting phage D29 infection: a tool to investigate different growth states of mycobacteria. PloS one. 9(9), e106690
  • CRESSWELL E, BRENNAN ML, BARKEMA HW and WAPENAAR W, 2014. A questionnaire-based survey on the uptake and use of cattle vaccines in the UK Veterinary Record Open: Vet Rec Open. 1,
  • ARCHER SC, MC COY F, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2014. Association between somatic cell count during the first lactation and the cumulative milk yield of cows in Irish dairy herds. Journal of Dairy Science. 97(4), 2135-44
  • ARCHER SC, MC COY F, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2014. Bayesian evaluation of budgets for endemic disease control: An example using management changes to reduce milk somatic cell count early in the first lactation of Irish dairy cows. Preventive veterinary medicine. 113(1), 80-7
  • REMNANT JG, GREEN MJ, HUXLEY JN and HUDSON CD, 2014. Variation in the interservice intervals of dairy cows in the United Kingdom. Journal of Dairy Science. 98(2), 889-897
  • GRØNENG GM, GREEN LE, KALER J, VATN S and HOPP P, 2014. A longitudinal study of the risks for introduction of severe footrot into sheep flocks in the south west of Norway. Preventive veterinary medicine. 113(2), 241-8
  • WITCOMB LA, GREEN LE, KALER J, UL-HASSAN A, CALVO-BADO LA, MEDLEY GF, GROGONO-THOMAS R and WELLINGTON EMH, 2014. A longitudinal study of the role of Dichelobacter nodosus and Fusobacterium necrophorum load in initiation and severity of footrot in sheep. Preventive veterinary medicine. 115(1-2), 48-55
  • DAVENPORT R, HEAWOOD C, SESSFORD K, BAKER M, BAIKER K, BLACKLAWS B, KALER J, GREEN LE and TÖTEMEYER S, 2014. Differential expression of Toll-like receptors and inflammatory cytokines in ovine interdigital dermatitis and footrot. Veterinary immunology and immunopathology. 161(1-2), 90-
 

 

2013
  • GREEN MJ, BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE, GREEN LE, HAYTON A, HIGGINS HM, HUDSON CD, HUXLEY JN, STATHAM, JME, 2012. Dairy Herd Health (BOOK). CABI, UK.
  • GREEN MJ; Nottingham Dairy Herd Health Group, 2013. Dried manure solids as a bedding material for dairy cows. The Veterinary Record. 172(26), 690
  • SWINKELS JM, LAM TJ, GREEN MJ and BRADLEY AJ, 2013. Effect of extended cefquinome treatment on clinical persistence or recurrence of environmental clinical mastitis. The Veterinary Journal. 197(3), 682-7
  • GREEN MJ and BRADLEY AJ, 2013. Mastitis: The changing face of mastitis control. The Veterinary Record. 173(21), 517-521
  • HIGGINS HM, FERGUSON E, SMITH RF and GREEN MJ, 2013. Using Hormones to Manage Dairy Cow Fertility: The Clinical and Ethical Beliefs of Veterinary Practitioners. Plos One. 8(4) e62993
  • HIGGINS HM, HUXLEY JN, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2013. Proactive dairy cattle disease control in the UK: veterinary surgeons' involvement and associated characteristics. The Veterinary record. 173(10), 246
  • SWIFT BMC, DENTON EJ, MAHENDRAN SA, HUXLEY JN and REES CED, 2013. Development of a rapid phage-based method for the detection of viable Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis in blood within 48 h. Journal of microbiological methods. 94(3), 175-179
  • HORSEMAN SV, WHAY HR, HUXLEY JN, BELL NJ and MASON CS, 2013. Current on-farm practice in the treatment of sole ulcer and white line disease associated with lameness in UK dairy cattle. The Veterinary journal. 197, 461-467
  • DICKS LV, BARDGETT RD, BELL J, BENTON TG, BOOTH A, BOUWMAN J, BROWN C, BRUCE A, BURGESS PAUL J, BUTLER SJ, CRUTE I, DIXON F, DRUMMOND C, FRECKLETON RP, GILL M, GRAHAM A, HAILS RS, HALLETT J, HART B, HILLIER JG, HOLLAND JM, HUXLEY JN, INGRAM JS, KING, V, MACMILLAN T, MCGONIGLE DF, MCQUAID C, NEVARD T, NORMAN S, NORRIS K, PAZDERKA C, POONAJI I, QUINN CH, RAMSDEN SJ, SINCLAIR D, SIRIWARDENA GM, VICKERY JA, WHITMORE AP, WOLMER W and SUTHERLAND WJ, 2013. What Do We Need to Know to Enhance the Environmental Sustainability of Agricultural Production? A Prioritisation of Knowledge Needs for the UK Food System SUSTAINABILITY. 5(7), 3095-3115
  • HORSEMAN SV, HUXLEY JN, BELL NJ, MASON CS and WHAY HR, 2013. Farmer responses to questions about how quickly they treat lame cows - comparing two methodological approaches for interviewing farmers. Cattle Practice. 21, 90-90
  • HUXLEY JN, 2013. Impact of lameness and claw lesions in cows on health and production. Livestock Science. 156(1-3), 64-70
  • REMNANT JG, HUXLEY JN and HUDSON CD, 2013. What is a normal inter-service interval? Cattle Practice. 21, 163-163
  • THOMAS HJ, PACHECO-MIGUEL GG, BELL NJ, MASON C, WHAY HR, MAXWELL OJR, ARCHER SC, REMNANT JG, BOLLARD N, SLEEMAN P and HUXLEY JN, 2013. Investigation of early and effective treatment interventions for claw horn lesions in UK dairy cows Cattle Practice. 21, 166-166
  • ARCHER SC, MCCOY F, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2013. Association of season and herd size with somatic cell count for cows in Irish, English, and Welsh dairy herds. The Veterinary Journal. 196(3), 515-521
  • ARCHER SC, MCCOY F, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2013. Association between somatic cell count early in the first lactation and the lifetime milk yield of cows in Irish dairy herds. Journal of Dairy Science. 96(5), 2951-2959
  • ARCHER SC, MCCOY F, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2013. Association between somatic cell count early in the first lactation and the longevity of Irish dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 96(5), 2939-2950
  • WAPENAAR W, BARKEMA HW and O'HANDLEY R, 2013. Fecal shedding of Toxocara canis and other parasites in foxes and coyotes on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Journal of wildlife diseases. 49(2), 394-7
  • ARCHER SC, MCCOY F, WAPENAAR W and GREEN MJ, 2013. Association between somatic cell count after first parturition and cumulative milk yield in dairy cows. The Veterinary record. 173(13), 316
  • DOWN PM, GREEN MJ and HUDSON CD, 2013. Rate of transmission: A major determinant of the cost of clinical mastitis. Journal of Dairy Science. 96(10), 6301-6314
  • HIGGINS HM, GREEN LE, GREEN MJ and KALER J, 2013. How Does Reviewing the Evidence Change Veterinary Surgeons' Beliefs Regarding the Treatment of Ovine Footrot? A Quantitative and Qualitative Study. PLoS ONE. 8(5), e64175
  • KALER J and GREEN LE, 2013. Sheep farmer opinions on the current and future role of veterinarians in flock health management on sheep farms: a qualitative study. Preventive veterinary medicine. 112(3-4), 370-7
 
 

 

2012 
  • HIGGINS HM, DRYDEN IL and GREEN MJ, 2012. A Bayesian elicitation of veterinary beliefs regarding systemic dry cow therapy: Variation and importance for clinical trial design. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 106(2), 87-96
  • BRADLEY AJ AND GREEN MJ, 2012. Reduce and mitigate coliform mastitis. Large Animal Review. 18(5), 267-271
  • POTTERTON SL, BELL NJ, WHAY HR, BERRY EA, ATKINSON OCD, DEAN RS, MAIN DCJ and HUXLEY JN, 2012. A descriptive review of the peer and non-peer reviewed literature on the treatment and prevention of foot lameness in cattle published between 2000 and 2011 VETERINARY JOURNAL. 193(3), 612-616
  • HUXLEY JN, 2012. Lameness in cattle: An ongoing concern Introduction. The Veterinary Journal. 193(3), 610-611
  • MADOUASSE A, BROWNE WJ, HUXLEY JN, TONI F, BRADLEY AJ and GREEN MJ, 2012. Risk factors for a high somatic cell count at the first milk recording in a large sample of UK dairy herds. Journal of Dairy Science. 95(4), 1873-1884
  • MADOUASSE A, BROWNE WJ, HUXLEY JN, TONI F and GREEN MJ, 2012. A semi-parametric model for lactation curves: Development and application. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 105(1-2), 38-48
  • WAPENAAR W, DE BIE F, JOHNSTON D, O'HANDLEY RM and BARKEMA HW, 2012. Population structure of harvested red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and coyotes (Canis latrans) on Prince Edward Island, Canada. The Canadian Field-Naturalist. 126(4)
  • HALL J and WAPENAAR W, 2012. Opinions and practices of veterinarians and dairy farmers towards herd health management in the UK. The Veterinary record. 170(17), 441
  • HUDSON CD, BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE and GREEN MJ, 2012. Associations between udder health and reproductive performance in United Kingdom dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 95(7), 3683-3697
  • DOWN PM, KERBY M, HALL J, STATHAM JE, GREEN MJ, BREEN JE and HUDSON CD, 2012. Providing herd health management in practice - How does it work on farm? Cattle Practice. 20(2), 112-119
  • VENKATACHALAM AJ, KALER J and PRICE ARG, 2012. Modelling ecological and other risk factors influencing the outcome of the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka. Ecosphere. 3(2), 18
  • GREEN LE, KALER J, WASSINK GJ, KING EM and GROGONO THOMAS R, 2012. Impact of rapid treatment of sheep lame with footrot on welfare and economics and farmer attitudes to lameness in sheep: Animal Welfare. Animal Welfare. 21, 65-71
  • FODDAI A, GREEN LE, MASON S and KALER J, 2012. Evaluating observer agreement of scoring systems for foot integrity and footrot lesions in sheep. Bmc Veterinary Research. 8(1), 65
  • KALER J, WANI S, HUSSAIN I, BEG S, MAKHDOOMI M, KABLI Z and GREEN L, 2012. A clinical trial comparing parenteral oxytetracyline and enrofloxacin on time to recovery in sheep lame with acute or chronic footrot in Kashmir, India. BMC Veterinary Research. 8(1), 12
  • NIELSEN BH, THOMSEN PT, GREEN LE and KALER J, 2012. A Study Of The Dynamics Of Digital Dermatitis In 742 Lactating Dairy Cows. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 104(1-2), 44-52
 
 

 

2011 
  • BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE, PAYNE B and GREEN MJ, 2011. A comparison of broad-spectrum and narrow-spectrum dry cow therapy used alone and in combination with a teat sealant. Journal of Dairy Science. 94(2), 692-704
  • JACKSON RA, WILLS JR, KENDALL NR, GREEN MJ, MURRAY RD AND DOBSON H, 2011. Energy metabolites in pre- and postpartum dairy cattle as predictors of reproductive disorders. The Veterinary Record. 168(21), 6
  • POTTERTON SL, GREEN MJ, HARRIS J, MILLAR KM, WHAY HR and HUXLEY JN, 2011. Risk factors associated with hair loss, ulceration, and swelling at the hock in freestall-housed UK dairy herds. Journal of Dairy Science. 94(6), 2952-2963
  • GREEN MJ, HUSBAND J, HUXLEY JN and STATHAM J, 2011. Role Of The Veterinary Surgeon In Managing The Impact Of Dairy Farming On The Environment. In Practice. 33(8), 366
  • ARCHER SC, GREEN MJ, MADOUASSE A and HUXLEY JN, 2011. Association between somatic cell count and serial locomotion score assessments in UK dairy cows. Journal Of Dairy Science. 94(9), 4383-4388
  • POTTERTON SL, GREEN MJ, MILLAR KM, BRIGNELL CJ, HARRIS J, WHAY HR and HUXLEY JN, 2011. Prevalence and characterisation of, and producers' attitudes towards, hock lesions in UK dairy cattle. The Veterinary Record. 169(24), 634
  • WAPENAAR W, 2011. Preventing Lungworm. The Veterinary Record. 169(19), 491-2
  • WAPENAAR W, GRIFFITHS H, LOWES J and BRENNAN M, 2011. Developing evidence-based guidelines using expert opinion for the management of uterine prolapse in cattle. Cattle Practice. 19(1), 17-21
  • HUDSON CD, 2011. Understanding the factors affecting dairy cow fertility. The Veterinary Record. 168(11), 299-300
  • HUDSON CD, BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE and GREEN MJ, 2011. The effect of udder health on cow fertility: understanding the costs. UDDER HEALTH AND COMMUNICATION. 229-229
  • CALVO-BADO LA, OAKLEY BB, DOWD SE, GREEN LE, MEDLEY GF, UL-HASSAN A, BATEMAN V, GAZE W, WITCOMB L, GROGONO-THOMAS R, KALER J, RUSSELL CL and WELLINGTON EMH, 2011. Ovine pedomics: the first study of the ovine foot 16S rRNA-based microbiome. Isme Journal. 5(9), 1426-1437
  • READER JD, GREEN MJ, KALER J, MASON SA and GREEN LE, 2011. Effect Of Mobility Score On Milk Yield And Activity In Dairy Cattle. Journal Of Dairy Science. 94(10), 5045-5052
  • KALER J, GEORGE TRN and GREEN LE, 2011. Why Are Sheep Lame? Temporal Associations Between Severity Of Foot Lesions And Severity Of Lameness In 60 Sheep. Animal Welfare. 20(3), 433-438
  • CALVO-BADO LA, GREEN LE, MEDLEY GF, UL-HASSAN A, GROGONO-THOMAS R, BULLER N, KALER J, RUSSELL CL, KENNAN RM, ROOD JI and WELLINGTON EMH, 2011. Detection and diversity of a putative novel heterogeneous polymorphic proline-glycine repeat (Pgr) protein in the footrot pathogen Dichelobacter nodosus. Veterinary Microbiology. 147(3-4), 358-366
 
 

 

2010 
  • BRADLEY AJ and GREEN MJ, 2010. Managing dry cows to optimise udder health part I: Understanding mammary gland susceptibility and the importance of the dry period in mastitis epidemiology. Irish Veterinary Journal. 63(6), 384-387
  • BRADLEY AJ and GREEN MJ, 2010. Managing dry cows to optimise udder health - Part II: Monitoring and measuring dry period performance. Irish Veterinary Journal, 63(8), 512
  • COOK JG and GREEN MJ, 2010. Milk production in early lactation in a dairy herd following supplementation with iodine, selenium and cobalt. The Veterinary Record. 167(20), 788-789
  • BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE, PAYNE B and GREEN MJ, 2010. The use of a cephalonium containing dry cow therapy and an internal teat sealant, both alone and in combination. Journal of Dairy Science. 93(4), 1566-1577
  • GREEN MJ, MEDLEY GF, BRADLEY AJ and BROWNE WJ, 2010. Management interventions in dairy herds: Exploring within herd uncertainty using an integrated Bayesian model. Veterinary Research. 41(2)
  • MADOUASSE A, HUXLEY JN, BROWNE WJ, BRADLEY AJ and GREEN MJ, 2010. Somatic cell count dynamics in a large sample of dairy herds in England and Wales. Preventive veterinary medicine. 96(1-2), 56-64
  • MADOUASSE A, HUXLEY JN, BROWNE WJ, BRADLEY AJ, DRYDEN IL and GREEN MJ, 2010. Use of individual cow milk recording data at the start of lactation to predict the calving to conception interval. Journal of Dairy Science. 93(10), 4677-4690
  • ARCHER SC, GREEN MJ and HUXLEY JN, 2010. Association between milk yield and serial locomotion score assessments in UK dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 93(9), 4045-4053
  • HUXLEY JN, ARCHER SC, BIGGS AM, BRADLEY AJ, BREEN JE, GREEN MJ, HIGGINS HM, HUDSON CD, HUSBAND JA, MAY W, READER JD, STATHAM JME, THORNE MH, WAPENAAR W, 2010. An Expert Review of the Diangnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of Recumbency in Adult. Cattle Cattle Practice. 18(1), 53-60
  • ARCHER S, BELL N and HUXLEY JN, 2010. Lameness in UK dairy cows: a review of the current status. In Practice. 32(10), 492-505
  • THOMSEN PT, GIDEKULL M, HERSHIN MS, HUXLEY JN, PEDERSEN AR, RANHEIM B and WHAY HR, 2010. Scandinavian bovine practitioners’ attitudes to the use of analgesics in cattle. The Veterinary Record. 167, 256-258
  • NOTTINGHAM DAIRY HERD HEALTH GROUP, 2010. Improving farm veterinary services The Veterinary Record. 166(21), 659-660
  • ARCHER S, GREEN MJ AND HUXLEY JN, 2010. Mobility, milk yield and mastitis. In: Cattle Lameness Conference. 37-38
  • VOSS S, BELL N AND HUXLEY JN, 2010. Feeding behaviour of lame cows in a total confinement system In: Cattle Lameness Conference. 49-50
  • HUXLEY JN and GREEN MJ, 2010. More for less: dairy production in the 21st century The Veterinary Record. 167, 712-713
  • WAPENAAR, W, 2010. Realizing The Potential Of Reproductive Performance Records In Dairy Cattle
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Dairy Herd Health Group

The University of Nottingham
School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
Sutton Bonington Campus, Leicestershire, LE12 5RD


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