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Lockwood, A.L., Hancock, S.N., Trompf, J.P., Kubeil, L.J., Ferguson, M.B., Kearney, G.A. and Thompson, A.N. (2019) Data from commercial sheep producers shows that lambing ewes in larger mobs and at higher stocking rates reduces the survival of their lambs. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research, In Press .

Lockwood, A., Hancock, S., Kearney, G. and Thompson, A. (2019) Reducing mob size increases the survival of twin-born Merino lambs when feed-on-offer from pasture is limited and ewes are supplementary fed during lambing. Small Ruminant Research . In Press.

Lockwood, A., Hancock, S., Paganoni, B., Macleay, C., Kearney, G., Sohi, R. and Thompson, A. (2018) Mob size of single-bearing or twin-bearing Merino ewes at lambing may not influence lamb survival when feed-on-offer is high. Animal . In Press.

Sterndale, S., Broomfield, S., Currie, A., Hancock, S., Kearney, G.A., Lei, J., Liu, S., Lockwood, A., Scanlan, V., Smith, G. and Thompson, A.N. (2017) Supplementation of Merino ewes with vitamin E plus selenium increases α-tocopherol and selenium concentrations in plasma of the lamb but does not improve their immune function. Animal, 12 (5). pp. 998-1006.

Lockwood, A., Currie, A., Hancock, S., Broomfield, S., Liu, S., Scanlan, V., Kearney, G.A. and Thompson, A.N. (2016) Supplementation of Merino ewes with cholecalciferol in late pregnancy improves the vitamin D status of ewes and lambs at birth but is not correlated with an improvement in immune function in lambs. Animal Production Science, 56 (4). pp. 757-766.


Lockwood, Amy (2018) Survival of twin-born lambs on commercial farms can be improved by reducing mob size at lambing. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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