Browsing publications by Dr Andrew Beard

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Khairiyah Mat
Dr Andrew Beard
Professor Sandra Edwards
Influence of bull exposure on resumption of ovulatory activity of postpartum anoestrous dairy cows2012
Penelope Hawken
Dr Andrew Beard
Ram novelty and the duration of ram exposure affects the distribution of mating in ewes exposed to rams during the transition into the breeding season2009
Dr Suzanne Madgwick
Dr Andrew Beard
Effects of treatment with GnRH from 4 to 8 weeks of age on the attainment of sexual maturity in bull calves2008
Ruth Pickard
Dr Andrew Beard
Professor Chris Seal
Professor Sandra Edwards
Neonatal lamb vigour is improved by feeding docosahexaenoic acid in the form of algal biomass during late gestation2008
Penelope Hawken
Dr Andrew Beard
Prior exposure of maiden ewes to rams enhances their behavioural interactions with rams but is not a pre-requisite to their endocrine response to the ram effect2008
Penelope Hawken
Dr Andrew Beard
Short term, repeated exposure to rams during the transition into the breeding season improves the synchrony of mating in the breeding season2008
Penelope Hawken
Dr Andrew Beard
Erratum to "The introduction of rams induces an increase in pulsatile LH secretion in cyclic ewes during the breeding season" [Theriogenology 68 (2007) 56-66] (DOI:10.1016/j.theriogenology.2007.03.023)2007
Penelope Hawken
Dr Andrew Beard
The introduction of rams induces an increase in pulsatile LH secretion in cyclic ewes during the breeding season2007
Penelope Hawken
Dr Andrew Beard
The introduction of rams induces an increase in pulsatile LH secretion in cyclic ewes during the breeding season (vol 68, pg 56, 2007)2007
George Maglaras
Dr Andrew Beard
Professor Sandra Edwards
Evaluation of ovarian follicular growth patterns between the left and the right ovary in wild boar gilts (Sus scrofa) in extensive farming systems in Greece2006
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