Effective control of footrot
and scald in sheep
A longitudinal study of factotrs associated with acute and chronic mastitis and their impact on lamb growth rate in 10 suckler sheep flocks in Great Britain. C. Grant, E. M. Smith and L. E. Green. Preventative Veterinary Medicine, 127, 27-36. 2016.
A cross-sectional study of 329 farms in England to identify risk factors for ovine clinical mastitis. S. Cooper, S. J. Huntley, R. Crump, F. Lovatt and L. E. Green. Preventative Veterinary Medicine, 125, 89-98. 2016.
Phenotypic and genetic relationships between udder morphology and udder health in dairy ewes. S. Casu, S. Sechi, S. L. Salaris and A. Carta. Small Ruminant Research, 76, 21-25. 2010.
Breeding for resistance to mastitis in United Kingdom sheep, a review and economic appraisal. J. Connington, G. Cao, A. Stott and L. Bünger. The Veterinary Record, 162, 369-376. 2008.
An assessment of opportunities to dissect host genetic variation in resistance to infectious diseases in livestock. G. Davies, S. Genini, S. Bishop, and E. Giuffra. Animal, 3, 415-436. 2009.
A cohort study of the associations between udder conformation, milk somatic cell count, and lamb weight in suckler ewes. S. J. Huntley, S. Cooper, A. J. Bradley, and L. E. Green. Journal of Dairy Science, 95, 5001-5010. 2012.
The role of shelterbelts in protecting livestock: a review. N. G. Gregory. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research, 38, 423-450. 1995.
Longitudinal studies of intramammary infection in suckler ewes. S. J. Huntley. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. 2013.