Browsing by Author "Somarriba M"
Association of temperament and acute stress responsiveness with productivity, feed efficiency, and methane emissions in beef cattle: an observational study Llonch P; Somarriba M; Duthie C-A; Haskell MJ; Rooke JA; Troy SM; Roehe R; Turner SP (2016)The aim of this study was to assess individual differences in temperament and stress response and quantify their impact on feed efficiency, performance, and methane (CH4) emissions in beef cattle. Eighty-four steers ...
Changes in feed intake during isolation stress in respiration chambers may impact methane emissions assessment Llonch P; Troy SM; Duthie C-A; Somarriba M; Rooke JA; Haskell MJ; Roehe R; Turner SP (2016)
Temperament and dominance relate to feeding behaviour and activity in beef cattle: implications for performance and methane emissions Llonch P; Somarriba M; Duthie C-A; Troy SM; Roehe R; Rooke JA; Haskell MJ; Turner SP (Cambridge University Press, 2018)In beef cattle, feeding behaviour and activity are associated with feed efficiency and methane (CH4) emissions. This study aimed to understand the underlying traits responsible for the contribution of cattle behaviour to ...