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12014Sire effects on neonatal lamb vigour and following-behaviourHergenhan, Rachelle ; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Ferguson, Drewe 
22008Impact of Road Transport Practices on Physiological and Behavioural Responses in CattlePettiford, Sharon Gabrielle; Ferguson, Drewe ; Fisher, Andrew; Hinch, Geoffrey 
32010Use of an ice vest to elicit a cold response in neonatal lambsHergenhan, Rachelle; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Ferguson, Drewe 
42011Energy balance and feeding motivation of sheep in a demand testDoughty, Amanda ; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Ferguson, Drewe ; Mathews, Lindsay
52013Factors influencing the motivation of sheep for foodDoughty, Amanda Kirstan; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Ferguson, Drewe ; Matthews, Lindsay
62014Personality traits of high, low and non users of a free range area in laying hensHernandez, Carlos E; Lee, Caroline ; Ferguson, Drewe ; Dyall, Tim; Belson, Sue; Lea, Jim; Hinch, Geoffrey 
72014Vocalisation latency of neonate lambs as an indicator of vigourMorton, Christine ; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Ferguson, Drewe ; Small, Alison
82012Assessing neonatal lamb vigourHergenhan, Rachelle Lynne; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Ferguson, Drewe 
92015Acute stress enhances sensitivity to a highly attractive food reward without affecting judgement bias in laying hensHernandez, Carlos E; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Lea, Jim; Ferguson, Drewe ; Lee, Caroline 
102008The neurophysiological regulation of temperament in sheepDrake, Kelly Anne; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Ferguson, Drewe ; Cook, Christian
112011Improving the practicality of measuring motivation for food in ruminantsDoughty, Amanda ; Ferguson, Drewe ; Mathews, L R; Hinch, Geoffrey 
122012Opioid reward systems may influence willingness to walk for food in a motivation testDoughty, Amanda ; Ferguson, Drewe ; Matthews, L; Hinch, Geoffrey 
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