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Margit Bak Jensen
Margit Bak Jensen
Senior Scientist, Aarhus University Denmark
Verified email at anis.au.dk
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Assessment of positive emotions in animals to improve their welfare
A Boissy, G Manteuffel, MB Jensen, RO Moe, B Spruijt, LJ Keeling, ...
Physiology & behavior 92 (3), 375-397, 2007
16702007
Why do pigs root and in what will they root?: A review on the exploratory behaviour of pigs in relation to environmental enrichment
M Studnitz, MB Jensen, LJ Pedersen
Applied animal behaviour science 107 (3-4), 183-197, 2007
4542007
Quantifying behavioural priorities—Effects of time constraints on behaviour of dairy cows, Bos taurus
L Munksgaard, MB Jensen, LJ Pedersen, SW Hansen, L Matthews
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 92 (1-2), 3-14, 2005
4342005
The effect of reward duration on demand functions for rest in dairy heifers and lying requirements as measured by demand functions
MB Jensen, LJ Pedersen, L Munksgaard
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 90 (3-4), 207-217, 2005
2642005
Play behaviour in dairy calves kept in pens: the effect of social contact and space allowance
MB Jensen, KS Vestergaard, CC Krohn
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 56 (2-4), 97-108, 1998
2621998
Behaviour around the time of calving in dairy cows
MB Jensen
Applied animal behaviour science 139 (3-4), 195-202, 2012
2052012
Discrimination of people by dairy cows based on handling
L Munksgaard, AM De Passillé, J Rushen, K Thodberg, MB Jensen
Journal of Dairy Science 80 (6), 1106-1112, 1997
2041997
Play behaviour in group-housed dairy calves, the effect of space allowance
MB Jensen, R Kyhn
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 67 (1-2), 35-46, 2000
1762000
Effect of single versus group housing and space allowance on responses of calves during open-field tests
MB Jensen, KS Vestergaard, CC Krohn, L Munksgaard
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 54 (2-3), 109-121, 1997
1611997
Calves’ motivation for access to two different types of social contact measured by operant conditioning
L Holm, MB Jensen, LL Jeppesen
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 79 (3), 175-194, 2002
1602002
The effects of feeding method, milk allowance and social factors on milk feeding behaviour and cross-sucking in group housed dairy calves
MB Jensen
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 80 (3), 191-206, 2003
1512003
Dairy calves social preferences and the significance of a companion animal during separation from the group
G Færevik, MB Jensen, KE Bøe
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 99 (3-4), 205-221, 2006
1462006
Identification of diseased calves by use of data from automatic milk feeders
C Svensson, MB Jensen
Journal of Dairy Science 90 (2), 994-997, 2007
1452007
Weaning and separation in two steps—A way to decrease stress in dairy calves suckled by foster cows
JM Loberg, CE Hernandez, T Thierfelder, MB Jensen, C Berg, L Lidfors
Applied animal behaviour science 111 (3-4), 222-234, 2008
1442008
The effects of social contact and milk allowance on responses to handling, play, and social behavior in young dairy calves
LR Duve, DM Weary, U Halekoh, MB Jensen
Journal of dairy science 95 (11), 6571-6581, 2012
1432012
Invited review: Lying time and the welfare of dairy cows
CB Tucker, MB Jensen, AM de Passillé, L Hänninen, J Rushen
Journal of Dairy Science 104 (1), 20-46, 2021
1412021
Pair housing and enhanced milk allowance increase play behavior and improve performance in dairy calves
MB Jensen, LR Duve, DM Weary
Journal of Dairy Science 98 (4), 2568-2575, 2015
1332015
Dairy cows seek isolation at calving and when ill
KL Proudfoot, MB Jensen, DM Weary, MAG Von Keyserlingk
Journal of Dairy Science 97 (5), 2731-2739, 2014
1232014
Quantifying and characterizing behavior in dairy calves using the IceTag automatic recording device
P Trénel, MB Jensen, EL Decker, F Skjøth
Journal of dairy science 92 (7), 3397-3401, 2009
1182009
The effects of milk feeding method and group size on feeding behavior and cross-sucking in group-housed dairy calves
MB Jensen, M Budde
Journal of dairy science 89 (12), 4778-4783, 2006
1102006
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