Health, welfare and biosecurity of livestock exposed to Australian bushfires
Grant number: B.AHE.2102 | Funding period: 2020 - 2022
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Bushfire exposure is associated with increased pH and dark-cutting in beef longissimus thoracis at grading.
Melindee Hastie, Graham Hepworth, Alison Hillman, Brendan Cowled, Caitlin Pfeiffer, Robyn D Warner
To investigate if bushfire exposure is associated with increased loin pH, this study analysed temporal and geospatial data on fire..
Livestock exposure to bushfires and meat, offal and carcase quality: Is there an association?
Alison Hillman, Rohan Sadler, Melanie Smith, Caitlin Pfeiffer, Robert Barwell, Alison Lee, Catherine Fraser, Janine Lau, Brendan Cowled
The occurrence of bushfires (wildfires) is increasing with climate change in many areas of the world. In Australia, the 2019/20 bu..
The Australian 2019/2020 Black Summer Bushfires: Analysis of the Pathology, Treatment Strategies and Decision Making About Burnt Livestock.
Brendan D Cowled, Melanie Bannister-Tyrrell, Mark Doyle, Henry Clutterbuck, Jeff Cave, Alison Hillman, Karren Plain, Caitlin Pfeiffer, Michael Laurence, Michael P Ward
In 2019/2020, Australia experienced a severe bushfire event, with many tens of thousands of livestock killed or euthanized. Little..