Publications: Bell, Kevin
Sweeny, J.P.A., Gardner, G.E., Dobson, R.J., Jacobson, C. and Bell, K. (2011) Associations between trichostrongylid worm egg count and productivity measures in Dorper lambs. Veterinary Parasitology, 180 (3-4). pp. 307-314.
Sweeny, J.P.A., Ryan, U.M., Robertson, I.D., Yang, R., Bell, K. and Jacobson, C. (2011) Longitudinal investigation of protozoan parasites in meat lamb farms in southern Western Australia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 101 (3-4). pp. 192-203.
Jacobson, C., Bell, K., Forshaw, D. and Besier, B. (2009) Association between nematode larvae and “low worm egg count diarrhoea” in sheep in Western Australia. Veterinary Parasitology, 165 (1-2). pp. 66-73.
Jacobson, C., Pluske, J., Besier, R.B., Bell, K. and Pethick, D. (2009) Associations between nematode larval challenge and gastrointestinal tract size that affect carcass productivity in sheep. Veterinary Parasitology, 161 (3-4). pp. 248-254.
Jacobson, C.L., Bell, K. and Besier, R.B. (2009) Nematode parasites and faecal soiling of sheep in lairage: evidence of widespread potential production losses for the sheep industry. Animal Production Science, 49 (4). p. 326.
Dobson, R.J., Besier, R.B., Barnes, E.H., Love, S.C.J., Vizard, A., Bell, K. and Le Jambre, L.F. (2001) Principles for the use of macrocyclic lactones to minimise selection for resistance. Australian Veterinary Journal, 79 (11). pp. 756-761.
Jacobson, C., Bell, K., Forshaw, D. and Besier, R.B. (2006) Investigation of causes of "low worm egg count diarrhoea" in sheep in Western Australia. In: Australian Sheep Veterinarians Conference, 9 - 11 September, Wagga Wagga, Australia.
Bath-Jacobson, C.L., Pluske, J.R., Bell, K., Besier, R.B. and Pethick, D.W. (2005) Increasing digesta viscosity may increase parasite establishment in the small intestine of sheep. In: 6th International Sheep Veterinary Congress, 17 - 21 June, Crete, Greece.
Bath-Jacobson, C.L., Pluske, J., Bell, K. and Pethick, D.W. (2005) Increasing viscosity of digesta has detrimental effects on faecal consistency in sheep. In: 6th International Sheep Veterinary Congress, 17 - 21 June, Crete, Greece.