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Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (protocol No. 3732). Seventy weaned commercial beef steers with a mean body weight of 248.9 kg (range, 202.7 to 306.4 kg) were procured for the study from the southeastern United States. The study was conducted and the

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commercial setting for long-term data acquisition from light-weight cattle in environments with high humidity and ambient temperatures. Our laboratory group has found more ergonomic devices that are commercially available and well tolerated by both young

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acclimation period as well as to account for altered behavior because of the application of the accelerometer to each steer's hind limb. The winter 2007 study period consisted of 10 steers (mean body weight, 190.1 kg). The spring 2008 study period consisted of

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remote sensor units a were affixed to 3 individually housed Holstein calves (mean ± SD body weight, 74.2 ± 6.2 kg) to develop a posture- and behavior-classification system. Each sensor unit a consisted of a mica sensor board including a micro

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Mollicutes class have been associated with adverse health outcomes when isolated from respiratory tract specimens at the time of initial treatment for BRD. 10 Calves that seroconverted to M bovis during a short (42-day) feeding period had decreased weight

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