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  • Anesthesia and Analgesia in Sheep and Goats 

    Galatos, A. D. (2011)
    Physical or chemical restraint, with or without local anesthesia, has been extensively used to perform diagnostic or minor surgical procedures in small ruminants. However, anesthetic and analgesic techniques are required ...
  • Body fatness affects feed intake of sheep at a given body weight 

    Tolkamp, B. J.; Emmans, G. C.; Kyriazakis, I. (2006)
    In a 1-yr experiment, nutritional treatments were used to produce different combinations of BW and BCS in lambs. The experiment served to quantify the effects of BW and BCS on ADFI by sheep. Ewe lambs (n = 78) were assigned ...
  • Diagnostic significance of behaviour changes of sheep: A selected review 

    Gougoulis, D. A.; Kyriazakis, I.; Fthenakis, G. C. (2010)
    Sheep welfare is the combination of subjective and objective (qualitative and quantitative) aspects of the conditions of life of animals, including health and disease, behaviour. husbandry and management; thus, it is a ...
  • Immunonutrition: Nutritional control of parasites 

    Kyriazakis, I.; Houdijk, J. (2006)
    Whilst it has long been known that improved protein nutrition can increase resilience, i.e. reduce the consequences of subclinical gastrointestinal nematode parasitism on sheep performance, improved protein nutrition can ...
  • Nutritional sensitivity of resistance to Trichostrongylus colubriformis in lactating ewes 

    Houdijk, J. G. M.; Jackson, F.; Kyriazakis, I. (2009)
    It has been suggested that the periparturient breakdown of immunity to parasites has a nutritional basis. Our overall hypothesis is that it results from a prioritized scarce metabolizable protein (MP) allocation to ...
  • An outbreak of caprine meningoencephalitis due to Escherichia coli O157:H7 

    Filioussis, G.; Petridou, E.; Karavanis, E.; Giadinis, N. D.; Xexaki, A.; Govaris, A.; Kritas, S. K. (2013)
    Five 1-month-old kid goats from a local herd in Kozani (northwest Greece) developed neurological disorders characterized by decreased appetite, ataxia, and head pressing. The animals received a 3-day course of treatment ...
  • Skin lesions in sheep infested with fleas 

    Christodoulopoulos, G. (2011)