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2014

Kenyon, P.R., Thompson, A.N. and Morris, S.T. (2014) Breeding ewe lambs successfully to improve lifetime performance. Small Ruminant Research, 118 (1-3). pp. 2-15.

Paganoni, B.L., Ferguson, M.B., Fierro, S., Jones, C., Kearney, G.A., Kenyon, P.R., Macleay, C., Vinoles, C. and Thompson, A.N. (2014) Early reproductive losses are a major factor contributing to the poor reproductive performance of Merino ewe lambs mated at 8–10 months of age. Animal Production Science, 54 (6). pp. 762-772.

Rose, G., Mulder, H.A., van der Werf, J.H.J., Thompson, A.N. and van Arendonk, J.A.M. (2014) Genetic correlations between body weight change and reproduction traits in Merino ewes depend on age. Journal of Animal Science, 92 (8). pp. 3249-3257.

Paganoni, B.L., Ferguson, M.B., Kearney, G.A. and Thompson, A.N. (2014) Increasing weight gain during pregnancy results in similar increases in lamb birthweights and weaning weights in Merino and non-Merino ewes regardless of sire type. Animal Production Science, 54 (6). pp. 727-735.

Liu, S., Masters, D., Ferguson, M. and Thompson, A.N. (2014) Vitamin E status and reproduction in sheep: potential implications for Australian sheep production. Animal Production Science, 54 (6). pp. 694-714.

Young, J.M., Trompf, J. and Thompson, A.N. (2014) The critical control points for increasing reproductive performance can be used to inform research priorities. Animal Production Science, 54 (6). pp. 645-655.

Young, J.M., Saul, G., Behrendt, R., Byrne, F., McCaskill, M., Kearney, G.A. and Thompson, A.N. (2014) The economic benefits of providing shelter to reduce the mortality of twin lambs in south-western Victoria. Animal Production Science, 54 (6). pp. 773-782.

Campbell, A.J.D., Broekhuizen, A., Curtis, K., Croker, K.P., Behrendt, R. and Thompson, A.N. (2014) A survey of post-weaning mortality of sheep in Australia and its association with farm and management factors. Animal Production Science, 54 (6). pp. 783-790.

2013

Rosales Nieto, C.A., Ferguson, M.B., Macleay, C.A., Briegel, J.R., Wood, D.A., Martin, G.B and Thompson, A.N. (2013) Ewe lambs with higher breeding values for growth achieve higher reproductive performance when mated at age 8 months. Theriogenology, 80 (5). pp. 427-435.

Paganoni, B.L., Oldham, C.M., Ferguson, M.B., Thompson, A.N., Vercoe, P.E. and Gordon, D.G. (2013) Ewe nutrition during pregnancy and birthweight of lambs has minimal impact on fat and eye muscle depth in Merino progeny. Animal Production Science, 53 (6). pp. 509-515.

Vinoles, C., Paganoni, B.L., McNatty, K.P., Heath, D.A., Thompson, A.N., Glover, K.M.M., Milton, J.T.B. and Martin, G.B. (2013) Follicle development, endocrine profiles and ovulation rate in adult Merino ewes: effects of early nutrition (pre- and post-natal) and supplementation with lupin grain. Reproduction, 147 (1). pp. 101-110.

Blumer, S.E., Ferguson, M.B., Gardner, G.E. and Thompson, A.N. (2013) High growth breeding values increase weight change in adult ewes. In: 64th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science, 26 - 30 August, Nantes, France.

Rose, G., Kause, A., Mulder, H.A., van der Werf, J.H.J., Thompson, A.N., Ferguson, M.B. and van Arendonk, J.A.M. (2013) Merino ewes can be bred for body weight change to be more tolerant to uncertain feed supply. Journal of Animal Science, 91 (6). pp. 2555-2565.

Rosales Nieto, C.A., Ferguson, M.B., Macleay, C.A., Briegel, J.R., Martin, G.B. and Thompson, A.N. (2013) Selection for superior growth advances the onset of puberty and increases reproductive performance in ewe lambs. Animal, 7 (06). pp. 990-997.

2011

Jones, A., van Burgel, A.J., Behrendt, R., Curnow, M., Gordon, D.J., Oldham, C.M., Rose, I. J. and Thompson, A.N. (2011) Evaluation of the impact of Lifetimewool on sheep producers. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 857-865.

Thompson, A.N., Ferguson, M.B., Campbell, A.J.D., Gordon, D.J., Kearney, G.A., Oldham, C.M. and Paganoni, B.L. (2011) Improving the nutrition of Merino ewes during pregnancy and lactation increases weaning weight and survival of progeny but does not affect their mature size. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 784-793.

Thompson, A.N., Ferguson, M.B., Gordon, D.J., Kearney, G.A., Oldham, C.M. and Paganoni, B.L. (2011) Improving the nutrition of Merino ewes during pregnancy increases the fleece weight and reduces the fibre diameter of their progeny's wool during their lifetime and these effects can be predicted from the ewe's liveweight profile. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 794-804.

Edwards, J.E.H., Copping, K.J. and Thompson, A.N. (2011) Managing the nutrition of twin-bearing ewes during pregnancy using Lifetimewool recommendations increases production of twin lambs. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 813-820.

Behrendt, R., van Burgel, A.J., Bailey, A., Barber, P., Curnow, M., Gordon, D.J., Edwards, J.E.H., Oldham, C.M. and Thompson, A.N. (2011) On-farm paddock-scale comparisons across southern Australia confirm that increasing the nutrition of Merino ewes improves their production and the lifetime performance of their progeny. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 805-812.

Trompf, J.P., Gordon, D.J., Behrendt, R., Curnow, M., Kildey, L.C. and Thompson, A.N. (2011) Participation in Lifetime Ewe Management results in changes in stocking rate, ewe management and reproductive performance on commercial farms. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 866-872.

Young, J.M., Thompson, A.N., Curnow, M. and Oldham, C.M. (2011) Whole-farm profit and the optimum maternal liveweight profile of Merino ewe flocks lambing in winter and spring are influenced by the effects of ewe nutrition on the progeny's survival and lifetime wool production. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 821-833.

Oldham, C.M., Thompson, A.N., Ferguson, M.B., Gordon, D.J., Kearney, G.A. and Paganoni, B.L. (2011) The birthweight and survival of Merino lambs can be predicted from the profile of liveweight change of their mothers during pregnancy. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 776-783.

van Burgel, A.J., Oldham, C.M., Behrendt, R., Curnow, M., Gordon, D.J. and Thompson, A.N. (2011) The merit of condition score and fat score as alternatives to liveweight for managing the nutrition of ewes. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 834-841.

Dart, J.J., Curnow, M., Behrendt, R., Kabore, C., Oldham, C.M., Rose, I.J. and Thompson, A.N. (2011) The national Lifetimewool project: a journey in evaluation. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 842-850.

Ferguson, M.B., Thompson, A.N., Gordon, D.J., Hyder, M.W., Kearney, G.A., Oldham, C.M. and Paganoni, B.L. (2011) The wool production and reproduction of Merino ewes can be predicted from changes in liveweight during pregnancy and lactation. Animal Production Science, 51 (9). pp. 763-775.

2010

Ferguson, M.B., Young, J.M., Kearney, G.A., Gardner, G.E., Robertson, I.R.D. and Thompson, A.N. (2010) The value of genetic fatness in Merino ewes differs with production system and environment. Animal Production Science, 50 (12). pp. 1011-1016.

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