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  • Easter Bush, Roslin Institute Building

    EH25 9RG Midlothian

    United Kingdom

20142020

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Research interests

My current research interests are around precision livestock farming (PLF), feed efficiency and methane mitigation strategies, this includes:

  • Investigating the use of multi-sensor systems to remotely assess the performance and efficiency of beef animals.
  • Physiological monitoring of youngstock as a method of early detection of disease.
  • Modernisation of guidelines for beef cattle feeding systems.
  • Assessment of electronic identification (EID) in bovine systems (transportation and traceability).
  • The use of novel biomarkers (N15) as a proxy for the performance of cattle and sheep.
  • Investigating novel diet additives as methane mitigation strategies and their effects of feed efficiency.
  • Applications of near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in forage analysis.

Teaching

I am currently involved in teaching in the following areas:

  • Information Technology: Applications Software 1
  • Energy losses and efficiency in agroecosystems (livestock systems)

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    Reducing enteric methane emissions from dairy-beef steers with a blend of essential oils

    Miller, G. A., Bowen, J. M., Zweifel, B. & Dewhurst, RJ., Mar 2020, p. 044.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

    Using machine learning techniques to estimating feed intake from feeding behaviour and liveweight in finishing beef steers

    Bowen, J. M., Davison, C., Michie, C. & Duthie, C-A., 30 Mar 2020.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

    Changes in activity and feeding beahviour as early-warning signs of respiratory disease in dairy calves.

    Haskell, MJ., Bowen, J. M., Miller, G. A., Bell, DJ., Mason, CS. & Duthie, C-A., 2019, Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Congress of the ISAE.

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