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Automatically measured variables related to tenderness of hoof placement and weight distribution are valuable indicators for lameness in dairy cows

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CATTLE, GAIT, LOCOMOTION, CLASSIFICATION, PATHOLOGIES, DISCOMFORT, MILKING, WALKING, SYSTEM, PAIN, Dairy cattle, Double support, Triple support, Stance time, Landing, Lifting

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Van De Gucht, Tim, Wouter Saeys, Stephanie Van Weyenberg, et al. “Automatically Measured Variables Related to Tenderness of Hoof Placement and Weight Distribution Are Valuable Indicators for Lameness in Dairy Cows.” APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE 189 (2017): 13–22. Print.
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Van De Gucht, Tim, Saeys, W., Van Weyenberg, S., Lauwers, L., Mertens, K., Vandaele, L., Vangeyte, J., et al. (2017). Automatically measured variables related to tenderness of hoof placement and weight distribution are valuable indicators for lameness in dairy cows. APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE, 189, 13–22.
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Van De Gucht, Tim, Wouter Saeys, Stephanie Van Weyenberg, Ludwig Lauwers, Koen Mertens, Leen Vandaele, Jurgen Vangeyte, and Annelies Van Nuffel. 2017. “Automatically Measured Variables Related to Tenderness of Hoof Placement and Weight Distribution Are Valuable Indicators for Lameness in Dairy Cows.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 189: 13–22.
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Van De Gucht, Tim, Wouter Saeys, Stephanie Van Weyenberg, Ludwig Lauwers, Koen Mertens, Leen Vandaele, Jurgen Vangeyte, and Annelies Van Nuffel. 2017. “Automatically Measured Variables Related to Tenderness of Hoof Placement and Weight Distribution Are Valuable Indicators for Lameness in Dairy Cows.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 189: 13–22.
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Van De Gucht T, Saeys W, Van Weyenberg S, Lauwers L, Mertens K, Vandaele L, et al. Automatically measured variables related to tenderness of hoof placement and weight distribution are valuable indicators for lameness in dairy cows. APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE. 2017;189:13–22.
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T. Van De Gucht et al., “Automatically measured variables related to tenderness of hoof placement and weight distribution are valuable indicators for lameness in dairy cows,” APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE, vol. 189, pp. 13–22, 2017.
@article{8520107,
  author       = {Van De Gucht, Tim and Saeys, Wouter and Van Weyenberg, Stephanie and Lauwers, Ludwig and Mertens, Koen and Vandaele, Leen and Vangeyte, Jurgen and Van Nuffel, Annelies},
  issn         = {0168-1591},
  journal      = {APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE},
  keywords     = {CATTLE,GAIT,LOCOMOTION,CLASSIFICATION,PATHOLOGIES,DISCOMFORT,MILKING,WALKING,SYSTEM,PAIN,Dairy cattle,Double support,Triple support,Stance time,Landing,Lifting},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {13--22},
  title        = {Automatically measured variables related to tenderness of hoof placement and weight distribution are valuable indicators for lameness in dairy cows},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.applanim.2017.01.011},
  volume       = {189},
  year         = {2017},
}

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