Browsing publications by Dr Jonathan Guy

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Sophia Stavrakakis
Dr Jonathan Guy
Ioannis Syranidis
Professor Garth Johnson
Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
Pre-clinical and clinical walking kinematics in female breeding pigs with lameness: A nested case-control cohort study2015
Sophia Stavrakakis
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Graham Morgan
Dr Gary Ushaw
Professor Garth Johnson
et al.
Validity of the Microsoft Kinect sensor for assessment of normal walking patterns in pigs2015
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Sandra Edwards
Exploratory behaviour and performance of piglets fed novel flavoured creep in two housing systems2014
Sophia Stavrakakis
Dr Jonathan Guy
Oliver Warlow
Professor Garth Johnson
Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
Intra-operator repeatability of skin marker derived segment measures and gait kinematics in healthy pigs2014
Sophia Stavrakakis
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Garth Johnson
Professor Sandra Edwards
Longitudinal gait development and variability of growing pigs reared on three different floor types2014
Oluwagbemiga Adeleye
Mark Brett
Darren Blomfield
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
The effect of algal biomass supplementation in maternal diets on piglet survival in two housing systems2014
Dr Sophia Linden
Dr Jonathan Guy
Oliver Warlow
Emeritus Professor Garth Johnson
Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
Walking kinematics of growing pigs associated with differences in musculoskeletal conformation, subjective gait score and osteochondrosis2014
Yolande Seddon
Dr Philip Cain
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Sandra Edwards
Development of a spreadsheet based financial model for pig producers considering high welfare farrowing systems2013
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Robert Shiel
Professor Sandra Edwards
The effect of combining different environmental enrichment materials on enrichment use by growing pigs2013
Noraisah Spahat
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
Guy Garrod
Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
Environmental impact of different broiler production systems in Malaysia and consumer willingness to pay for reduced impact2012
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