Michael R Hutchings
Michael R Hutchings
Disease Systems, SRUC
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Paratuberculosis infection of nonruminant wildlife in Scotland
PM Beard, MJ Daniels, D Henderson, A Pirie, K Rudge, D Buxton, ...
Journal of clinical microbiology 39 (4), 1517-1521, 2001
Towards a functional explanation for the occurrence of anorexia during parasitic infections
I Kyriazakis, BJ Tolkamp, MR Hutchings
Animal behaviour 56 (2), 265-274, 1998
Predicting impacts of climate change on Fasciola hepatica risk
NJ Fox, PCL White, CJ McClean, G Marion, A Evans, MR Hutchings
PLoS one 6 (1), e16126, 2011
Contact networks in a wildlife-livestock host community: identifying high-risk individuals in the transmission of bovine TB among badgers and cattle
M Boehm, MR Hutchings, PCL White
PloS one 4 (4), e5016, 2009
The status of tularemia in Europe in a one-health context: a review
G Hestvik, E Warns-Petit, LA Smith, NJ Fox, H Uhlhorn, M Artois, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 143 (10), 2137-2160, 2015
Can animals use foraging behaviour to combat parasites?
MR Hutchings, S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, IJ Gordon
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 62 (2), 361-370, 2003
Mustelid scent‐marking in managed ecosystems: implications for population management
MR Hutchings, PCL White
Mammal Review 30 (3‐4), 157-169, 2000
Techniques for assessing the abundance of Brown Hares Lepus europaeus
J Langbein, MR Hutchings, S Harris, C Stoate, SC Tapper, S Wray
Mammal Review 29 (2), 93-116, 1999
Behavioural strategies used by parasitized and non-parasitized sheep to avoid ingestion of gastro-intestinal nematodes associated with faeces
MR Hutchings, I Kyriazakis, DH Anderson, IJ Gordon, RL Coop
Animal Science 67 (1), 97-106, 1998
Effects of Farm Management Practices on Cattle Grazing behaviour and the potential for transmission of bovine tuberculosis from badgers to cattle.
MR Hutchings, S Harris
The Veterinary Journal 153, 149-162, 1997
The risk of disease transmission to livestock posed by contamination of farm stored feed by wildlife excreta
MJ Daniels, MR Hutchings, A Greig
Epidemiology & Infection 130 (3), 561-568, 2003
Wild deer as a source of infection for livestock and humans in the UK
M Böhm, PCL White, J Chambers, L Smith, MR Hutchings
The Veterinary Journal 174 (2), 260-276, 2007
Trade‐offs between nutrient intake and faecal avoidance in herbivore foraging decisions: the effect of animal parasitic status, level of feeding motivation and sward nitrogen …
MR Hutchings, I Kyriazakis, IJ Gordon, F Jackson
Journal of Animal Ecology 68 (2), 310-323, 1999
Management of disease in wild mammals
RJ Delahay, GC Smith, MR Hutchings
Springer, 2009
Natural paratuberculosis infection in rabbits in Scotland
PM Beard, SM Rhind, D Buxton, MJ Daniels, D Henderson, A Pirie, ...
Journal of Comparative Pathology 124 (4), 290-299, 2001
Do non-ruminant wildlife pose a risk of paratuberculosis to domestic livestock and vice versa in Scotland?
MJ Daniels, MR Hutchings, PM Beard, D Henderson, A Greig, ...
Journal of wildlife diseases 39 (1), 10-15, 2003
Evidence of paratuberculosis in fox
PM Beard, D Henderson, MJ Daniels, A Pirie, D Buxton, A Greig, ...
Vet. Rec 145, 612-613, 1999
Sheep avoidance of faeces-contaminated patches leads to a trade-off between intake rate of forage and parasitism in subsequent foraging decisions
MR Hutchings, IJ Gordon, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson
Animal Behaviour 62 (5), 955-964, 2001
The current status of the brown hare (Lepus europaeus) in Britain
MR Hutchings, S Harris
The Joint Nature Conservation Committee, 1996
Interactions between four species in a complex wildlife: livestock disease community: implications for Mycobacterium bovis maintenance and transmission
CE Cowie, MR Hutchings, JA Barasona, C Gortázar, J Vicente, PCL White
European journal of wildlife research 62, 51-64, 2016
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