Factors influencing Barbervax ® immunity and effects on wellbeing and production in Merino ewes and lambs

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Title
Factors influencing Barbervax ® immunity and effects on wellbeing and production in Merino ewes and lambs
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Date Record Created
2018-05-04
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English
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Not embargoed.
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2016-04-01 to 2017-03-06
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  1. Text: Congi Station, T.A. Fields, Woolbrook, NSW, Australia.
  2. Geonames: Woolbrook, AU (Australia/Sydney)
  3. Text: University of New England Campus, Armidale, NSW, Australia.
Description
Description
The data includes WEC and antibody titre (Barbervax specific on ewes and lambs and H. contortus antibody titres on the ewes. Also included are bodyweight and BCS measures of ewes and lambs, parentage measures, pregnancy scanning and fleece data from the ewes. All data was collected over a 12 month period. The data was used to analyse Barbervax immunity of ewes and lambs and effects of vaccination on performance.
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Creators
  1. Madeleine Broomfield [CI]
  2. Prof Steve Walkden-Brown [PI]
  3. Dr Emma Doyle [PI]
  4. Prof Lewis Kahn [PI]
Primary Contact
Madeleine Broomfield, mbroomfi@myune.edu.au
Supervisors
  1. Prof Steve Walkden-Brown
  2. Dr Emma Doyle
  3. Prof Lewis Kahn
Subject
Fields of Research
  1. 0702 - Animal Production (0702)
Socio-Economic Objective
  1. 970107 - Expanding Knowledge in the Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences (970107)
  2. 839901 - Animal Welfare (839901)
Keywords
  1. Haemonchus contortus
  2. Merino ewes
  3. Merino lambs
  4. Barbervax ®
  5. WEC
  6. antibody titre
  7. Worm egg counting
Research Activity
Strategic basic research
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Dataset is available for access. Contact the Chief Investigator to request access.
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Reuse of the dataset requiring explanation for contents and/or structure can be assisted by contacting the Chief Investigator.
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CC BY: Attribution 3.0 AU
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