Publications: Beatty, David
Stockman, C.A., Collins, T., Barnes, A.L., Miller, D., Wickham, S.L., Beatty, D.T., Blache, D., Wemelsfelder, F. and Fleming, P.A. (2013) Flooring and driving conditions during road transport influence the behavioural expression of cattle. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 143 (1). pp. 18-30.
Wickham, S.L., Collins, T., Barnes, A.L., Miller, D.W., Beatty, D.T., Stockman, C., Blache, D., Wemelsfelder, F. and Fleming, P.A. (2012) Qualitative behavioral assessment of transport-naive and transport-habituated sheep. Journal of Animal Science, 90 (12). pp. 4523-4535.
Beatty, D.T., Barnes, A., Taylor, E. and Maloney, S.K. (2008) Do changes in feed intake or ambient temperature cause changes in cattle rumen temperature relative to core temperature? Journal of Thermal Biology, 33 (1). pp. 12-19.
Wickham, S., Collins, T., Barnes, A., Beatty, D., Fleming, T., Miller, D. and Stockman, C. (2008) Developing qualitative behavioural assessment as a measure of welfare in sheep. In: Proceedings of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) Annual Conferences, 2008 AVA Annual Conference, Sheep/Industry Stream, January.
Collins, T., Fleming, P., Barnes, A., Beatty, D., Miller, D., Stockman, C., Snowden-Tucker, K., Blache, D., Wemelsfelder, F. and Bateman, P.W. (2008) What factors affect perceptions of animal welfare? In: AAWS International Animal Welfare Conference, 31 August - 3 September, Gold Coast, Australia.
Beatty, D.T., Barnes, A., Fleming, P.A., Taylor, E. and Maloney, S.K. (2008) The effect of fleece on core and rumen temperature in sheep. Journal of Thermal Biology, 33 (8). pp. 437-443.
Beatty, D.T., Barnes, A., Taplin, R., McCarthy, M. and Maloney, S.K. (2007) Electrolyte supplementation of live export cattle to the Middle East. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 47 (2). pp. 119-124.
Beatty, D.T., Barnes, A., Taylor, E., Pethick, D., McCarthy, M. and Maloney, S.K. (2006) Physiological responses of Bos taurus and Bos indicus cattle to prolonged, continuous heat and humidity. Journal of Animal Science, 84 (4). pp. 972-985.
Beatty, David Thomas (2005) Prolonged and continuous heat stress in cattle: physiology, welfare, and electrolyte and nutritional interventions. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Beatty, D., Barnes, A., Pethick, D.W., Taylor, E. and Dunshea, F.R. (2004) Bos indicus cattle can maintain feed intake and fat reserves in response to heat stress better than Bos taurus cattle. Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences, 13 (SUPPL. 1). pp. 619-622.