Lantbruks- och trädgårdsföretagarnas egen forskningsstiftelse finansierar behovsdriven forskning för svenska förhållanden.
|Kategori:||Research program | Horse|
|Datum för slutrapport:||30 september 2013|
|Huvudsökande:||Henning Andreas Haga|
|Organisation:||Norge Veterinær Høgskole|
Sammanfattning av slutrapport
Prosjektet har vært gjennomført som planlagt med små endringer.
Smertestillende effekt ble vist av lidokain og dexmedetomidin gitt intravenøst, det er store individuelle variasjoner i hvordan dexmedetomidin blir tatt opp og skilt ut av hestens kropp. Dexmedetomidin gitt under anestesi gir ikke bedre blodsirkulasjon.
Projektnummer: H-18-47-389 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2018
Resistance to anthelmintic drugs is a threat to equine welfare. Like antibiotics, is restrictive use of anthelmintics necessary to retain their effectivity. Thus, targeted selective treatment, based on individual deworming, was introduced a decade ago. However, we have shown that the prevalence of, …Läs mer
Projektnummer: O-18-23-160 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2018
The purpose of this project is to define the amount of slaked lime needed for a given clay soil. We hypothesise that the amount of slaked lime needed for minimal phophorus loss is dependent on the clay content of the soil. The study will be conducted in a field with a drainage system and measuring …Läs mer
Projektnummer: O-16-20-764 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2016
Increased production and export of products with high added values, e.g. long-ripened hard cheeses, are considered important steps for a positive development of the Swedish dairy sector. Increased investment in Swedish premium cheese will, however, require increased volumes of high quality raw milk …Läs mer
Projektnummer: O-15-20-587 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2015
This project is the Swedish part of the Nordic 4-year project Improving Nordic dairy cow fertility through genetics, the only prioritized research project from Nordic Dairy Cattle R&D, 2015. Research funding is applied for within each country. The focus area of our Swedish part is to investigate …Läs mer
Projektnummer: O-16-20-767 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2016
Knowledge of disease development in wheat is a prerequisite for good advice on economically and environmentally
adapted control strategies. This project is based on knowledge from a previous SLF project about molecular detection
and spore traps, which showed that the different spore traps catch …
Projektnummer: O-16-23-762 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2016
The aim of this project is to investigate individual differences in the rate of passage of feed, feed efficiency, microbial flora and methane production in cows with different ability to consume large proportion of roughage.
Our previous studies show that methane production differs between cows …
Projektnummer: O-18-20-161 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2018
We aim to continue an ongoing study to increase knowledge of cattle locomotion on different floors, how they work in practice and what the long term consequences are for welfare and for farmers´ economy. For that purpose advanced biomechanical methods will be used to assess dairy cows´ …Läs mer
Projektnummer: H-17-47-290 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2017
The purpose of the project is to analyse stable cultures in cyberspace in Sweden and Norway. In recent years, questions about the welfare of horses have been debated in social media and norms for horse-keeping are created on Internet. In this project, these norms are conceptualised as stable …Läs mer
Projektnummer: H-17-47-281 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2017
Although the equine sector in Sweden has gone through an expansion the last decades, the working methods have not changed. Working conditions must be improved to enable the horse industry to offer safe, sustainable and attractive jobs. The aim is to develop methods and tools for work environment …Läs mer
Projektnummer: H-17-47-282 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2017
Insect bite hypersensitivity (IBH) associated with Culicoides biting midges is the most common allergic skin disease in
horses, seriously reducing welfare of affected horses. The main symptom is severe pruritus, with risk of self-infected
open wounds. The choice for treatment and prevention of this …