Alexandra Harlander
Alexandra Harlander
University of Guelph, Animal Biosciences, CCSAW-CORE
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Welfare of ducks in European duck husbandry systems
TB Rodenburg, MBM Bracke, J Berk, J Cooper, JM Faure, D Guémené, ...
World's Poultry Science Journal 61 (4), 633-646, 2005
Causes of keel bone damage and their solutions in laying hens
A Harlander-Matauschek, TB Rodenburg, V Sandilands, BW Tobalske, ...
World's Poultry Science Journal 71 (3), 461-472, 2015
Modification of aviary design reduces incidence of falls, collisions and keel bone damage in laying hens
A Stratmann, EKF Fröhlich, SG Gebhardt-Henrich, ...
Applied animal behaviour science 165, 112-123, 2015
Soft perches in an aviary system reduce incidence of keel bone damage in laying hens
A Stratmann, EKF Fröhlich, A Harlander-Matauschek, L Schrader, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0122568, 2015
The effect of feather eating on feed passage in laying hens
A Harlander-Matauschek, HP Piepho, W Bessei
Poultry Science 85 (1), 21-25, 2006
Differences in intestinal microbial metabolites in laying hens with high and low levels of repetitive feather-pecking behavior
B Meyer, J Zentek, A Harlander-Matauschek
Physiology & behavior 110, 96-101, 2013
Genetic selection to increase bone strength affects prevalence of keel bone damage and egg parameters in commercially housed laying hens
A Stratmann, EKF Fröhlich, SG Gebhardt-Henrich, ...
Poultry science 95 (5), 975-984, 2016
Development of physical activity levels in laying hens in three-dimensional aviaries
M Kozak, B Tobalske, D Springthorpe, B Szkotnicki, ...
Applied animal behaviour science 185, 66-72, 2016
Use of space by domestic chicks housed in complex aviaries
M Kozak, B Tobalske, C Martins, S Bowley, H Wuerbel, ...
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 181, 115-121, 2016
Dietary inclusion of feathers affects intestinal microbiota and microbial metabolites in growing Leghorn-type chickens
B Meyer, W Bessei, W Vahjen, J Zentek, A Harlander-Matauschek
Poultry science 91 (7), 1506-1513, 2012
Physical health problems and environmental challenges influence balancing behaviour in laying hens
S LeBlanc, B Tobalske, M Quinton, D Springthorpe, B Szkotnicki, ...
PloS one 11 (4), e0153477, 2016
Does nest size matter to laying hens?
N Ringgenberg, EKF Fröhlich, A Harlander-Matauschek, H Würbel, ...
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 155, 66-73, 2014
Differences in cecal microbiome of selected high and low feather-pecking laying hens
P Birkl, A Bharwani, JB Kjaer, W Kunze, P McBride, P Forsythe, ...
Poultry science 97 (9), 3009-3014, 2018
Understanding feather eating behaviour in laying hens
A Harlander-Matauschek, K Häusler
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 117 (1-2), 35-41, 2009
The demand of laying hens for feathers and wood shavings
A Harlander-Matauschek, C Baes, W Bessei
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 101 (1-2), 102-110, 2006
Influence of pop hole dimensions on the number of laying hens outside on the range
A Harlander-Matauschek, K Felsenstein, K Niebuhr, J Troxler
British Poultry Science 47 (2), 131-134, 2006
Feather eating and crop filling in laying hens.
A Harlander-Matauschek, W Bessei
A role for plasma aromatic amino acids in injurious pecking behavior in laying hens
P Birkl, L Franke, TB Rodenburg, E Ellen, A Harlander-Matauschek
Physiology & behavior 175, 88-96, 2017
Welfare-improving enrichments greatly reduce hens’ startle responses, despite little change in judgment bias
M Ross, A Garland, A Harlander-Matauschek, L Kitchenham, G Mason
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 11881, 2019
A meta-analysis on the effect of environmental enrichment on feather pecking and feather damage in laying hens
N van Staaveren, J Ellis, CF Baes, A Harlander-Matauschek
Poultry science 100 (2), 397-411, 2021
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