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Prof Jon Huxley BVetMed, SFHEA, DCHP, DipECBHM, PhD, FRCVS

Professor and Head of School of Veterinary Science

School of Veterinary Science

I am a research veterinary clinician specialising in the health and welfare of dairy cows. I began my career as a farm animal clinician, initially at Bristol Veterinary School and then in commercial private practice, almost immediately specializing in dairy cow health. Following a PhD on bovine mastitis, my first academic appointment was at the University of Bristol, In 2006, I became one of the founding members of academic staff at the University of Nottingham’s new Veterinary School. I made a major contribution to the ground up development of the School’s innovative and highly commended degree programme, both broadly across the curriculum and specifically in farm animal studies, for which I took the leading role. I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and have been an external examiner at the Royal Veterinary College, London and University College Dublin. I currently sit on the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Course Visitations Panel.

 

In my clinical discipline I hold the RCVS Diploma in Cattle Health and Production and the European Diploma in Bovine Health Management. I established the ECBHM residency programme at Nottingham and have supervised 11 certificate and diploma post-graduates in my discipline.

My research interests are in the key endemic diseases of dairy cows and the impact of production on animal health and welfare. I have been an itegral contributor to research and research infrastructure awards totalling to over 15M NZD since 2006. My most recent research activities have focused on lameness in dairy cows, the welfare of cattle and the impact of dairy housing on health and production. Lameness is a significant health, welfare and production issue is developed dairy systems worldwide. My work has focused on furthering understanding of the aetiopathogenesis of claw horn disease (white line disease and sole ulcer / haemorrhage) and identifying practical treatment and prevention options for use on farm. I pride myself in delivering him impact solutions to the dairy industry and veterinary professions. In the 2014 REF assessment of research quality in UK universities (http://www.ref.ac.uk/about/), I authored / co-authored two Impact Cases which were described by the review panel as 'outstanding' (    http://impact.ref.ac.uk/CaseStudies/CaseStudy.aspx?Id=28730 and http://impact.ref.ac.uk/CaseStudies/CaseStudy.aspx?Id=28721). I am currently an editor for the Health, Behaviour and Well-being section of the Journal of Dairy Science (https://www.journalofdairyscience.org/) and in 2018, I was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for meritorious contribution to clinical veterinary practice.

Jon Huxley was raised on the family dairy farm in North Wales and graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 1995. Following time in commercial farm animal practice and at Bristol Veterinary School he became a foundation staff member at the University of Nottingham’s new Veterinary School in 2006. In 2018 he moved to Massey to become Head of the School of Veterinary Science and Professor of Dairy Cow Health.

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Professional

Qualifications

  • Batchelor of Veterinary Medicine - Royal Veterinary College (1995)
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy - Higher Education Academy (2018)
  • Diploma in Cattle Health and Production - Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (2005)
  • Diploma in Bovine Health Managements - European College of Bovine Health Management (2006)
  • Doctor of Philosophy - University of Bristol (2003)
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons - Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (2018)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Dairy cow health and welfare

Lameness and the key edemic diseases of dairy cattle

Impact of production and the housed environment on cattle health and welfare

Thematics

Resource Development and Management, Future Food Systems

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Agricultural And Veterinary Sciences (070000): Animal Management (070203): Animal Production (070200): Veterinary Epidemiology (070704): Veterinary Medicine (070706): Veterinary Sciences (070700)

Research Outputs

Journal

Randall, LV., Green, MJ., & Huxley, JN. (2018). Use of statistical modelling to investigate the pathogenesis of claw horn disruption lesions in dairy cattle. Veterinary Journal. 238, 41-48
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Green, MJ., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD. (2018). Associations between dairy cow inter-service interval and probability of conception. Theriogenology. 114, 324-329
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Gerrard, ZE., Swift, BMC., Botsaris, G., Davidson, RS., Hutchings, MR., Huxley, JN., . . . Rees, CED. (2018). Survival of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis in retail pasteurised milk. Food Microbiology. 74, 57-63
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Randall, LV., Green, MJ., Green, LE., Chagunda, MGG., Mason, C., Archer, SC., . . . Huxley, JN. (2018). The contribution of previous lameness events and body condition score to the occurrence of lameness in dairy herds: A study of 2 herds. Journal of Dairy Science.
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Statham, J., Green, M., Husband, J., & Huxley, J. (2017). Climate change and cattle farming. IN PRACTICE. 39(1), 10-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Mahendran, SA., Huxley, JN., Chang, YM., Burnell, M., Barrett, DC., Whay, HR., . . . Bell, NJ. (2017). Randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effect of foot trimming before and after first calving on subsequent lameness episodes and productivity in dairy heifers. Veterinary Journal. 220, 105-110
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Statham, J., & Huxley, J. (2017). Jonathan Statham and Jon Huxley comment. Veterinary Record. 180(14), 363
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Newsome, RF., Green, MJ., Bell, NJ., Bollard, NJ., Mason, CS., Whay, HR., . . . Huxley, JN. (2017). A prospective cohort study of digital cushion and corium thickness. Part 2: Does thinning of the digital cushion and corium lead to lameness and claw horn disruption lesions?. Journal of Dairy Science. 100(6), 4759-4771
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Newsome, RF., Green, MJ., Bell, NJ., Bollard, NJ., Mason, CS., Whay, HR., . . . Huxley, JN. (2017). A prospective cohort study of digital cushion and corium thickness. Part 1: Associations with body condition, lesion incidence, and proximity to calving. Journal of Dairy Science. 100(6), 4745-4758
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Miguel-Pacheco, GG., Thomas, HJ., Huxley, JN., Newsome, RF., & Kaler, J. (2017). Effect of claw horn lesion type and severity at the time of treatment on outcome of lameness in dairy cows. Veterinary Journal. 225, 16-22
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Hyde, R., Green, M., Remnant, J., Down, P., Huxley, J., Davies, P., . . . Breen, J. (2017). Tool to measure antimicrobial use on farms. Veterinary Record. 180(7), 183
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Bell, NJ., Atkinson, O., Blowey, R., Cobner, A., Green, M., Huxley, JN., . . . Willshire, J. (2017). Moving on from antibiotic foot baths for the control of digital dermatitis. Veterinary Record. 181(2), 51
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Tremlett, A., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD. (2017). Clinician attitudes to pain and use of analgesia in cattle: Where are we 10 years on?. Veterinary Record. 181(15)
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Thomas, HJ., Remnant, JG., Bollard, NJ., Burrows, A., Whay, HR., Bell, NJ., . . . Huxley, JN. (2016). Recovery of chronically lame dairy cows following treatment for claw horn lesions: A randomised controlled trial. Veterinary Record. 178(5), 116
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Newsome, R., Green, MJ., Bell, NJ., Chagunda, MGG., Mason, CS., Rutland, CS., . . . Huxley, JN. (2016). Linking bone development on the caudal aspect of the distal phalanx with lameness during life. Journal of Dairy Science. 99(6), 4512-4525
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Miguel-Pacheco, GG., Thomas, HJ., Kaler, J., Craigon, J., & Huxley, JN. (2016). Effects of lameness treatment for claw horn lesions on lying behaviour in dairy cows. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 179, 11-16
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Swift, BMC., Huxley, JN., Plain, KM., Begg, DJ., de Silva, K., Purdie, AC., . . . Rees, CED. (2016). Evaluation of the limitations and methods to improve rapid phage-based detection of viable Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis in the blood of experimentally infected cattle. BMC Veterinary Research. 12(1)
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Randall, LV., Green, MJ., Chagunda, MGG., Mason, C., Green, LE., & Huxley, JN. (2016). Lameness in dairy heifers; impacts of hoof lesions present around first calving on future lameness, milk yield and culling risk. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 133, 52-63
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Brennan, ML., Wright, N., Wapenaar, W., Jarratt, S., Hobson-West, P., Richens, IF., . . . O Connor, HM. (2016). Exploring attitudes and beliefs towards implementing cattle disease prevention and control measures: A qualitative study with dairy farmers in great britain. Animals. 6(10)
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, J., Green, M., Huxley, J., & Hudson, C. (2016). What is the normal estrous cycle length for the modern dairy cow?. Theriogenology. 86(9), 2334
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J. (2016). Cattle practice: Ready to adapt to a changing world?. Veterinary Record. 179(15), 377-381
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Waine, KV., Dean, RS., Hudson, CD., Huxley, JN., & Brennan, ML. (2016). A practical approach to clinical audit in farm practice. Cattle Practice. 24(2), 95
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN. (2016). Recent advances in our understanding of the pathogenesis of claw horn disease. Cattle Practice. 24(2), 87-89
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Green, MJ., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD. (2015). Variation in the interservice intervals of dairy cows in the United Kingdom (vol 98, pg 889, 2015). JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. 98(7), 5016-5016
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Thomas, HJ., Miguel-Pacheco, GG., Bollard, NJ., Archer, SC., Bell, NJ., Mason, C., . . . Huxley, JN. (2015). Evaluation of treatments for claw horn lesions in dairy cows in a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Dairy Science. 98(7), 4477-4486
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Archer, SC., Newsome, R., Dibble, H., Sturrock, CJ., Chagunda, MGG., Mason, CS., . . . Huxley, JN. (2015). Claw length recommendations for dairy cow foot trimming. Veterinary Record. 177(9), 222
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Lim, PY., Huxley, JN., Green, MJ., Othman, AR., Potterton, SL., Brignell, CJ., . . . Kaler, J. (2015). Area of hock hair loss in dairy cows: Risk factors and correlation with a categorical scale. Veterinary Journal. 203(2), 205-210
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Lim, PY., Huxley, JN., Willshire, JA., Green, MJ., Othman, AR., & Kaler, J. (2015). Unravelling the temporal association between lameness and body condition score in dairy cattle using a multistate modelling approach. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 118(4), 370-377
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Randall, LV., Green, MJ., Chagunda, MGG., Mason, C., Archer, SC., Green, LE., . . . Huxley, JN. (2015). Low body condition predisposes cattle to lameness: An 8-year study of one dairy herd. Journal of Dairy Science. 98(6), 3766-3777
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Green, MJ., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD. (2015). Variation in the interservice intervals of dairy cows in the United Kingdom. Journal of Dairy Science. 98(2), 889-897
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Somers, JR., Huxley, J., Lorenz, I., Doherty, ML., & O'Grady, L. (2015). The effect of Lameness before and during the breeding season on fertility in 10 pasture-based Irish dairy herds. Irish Veterinary Journal. 68(1)
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Maxwell, OJR., Hudson, CD., & Huxley, JN. (2015). Effect of early lactation foot trimming in lame and non-lame dairy heifers: A randomised controlled trial. Veterinary Record. 177(4), 100
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Maxwell, O., Miguel-Pacheco, G., Newsome, R., Randall, L., Remnant, J., Thomas, H., . . . Huxley, J. (2015). Lameness in cattle 1. Recent research to inform clinical practice. In Practice. 37(3), 127-138
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD. (2015). A fresh look at inter-service intervals in UK dairy herds. CATTLE PRACTICE. 23, 27-32
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Miguel-Pacheco, GG., Kaler, J., Remnant, J., Cheyne, L., Abbott, C., French, AP., . . . Huxley, JN. (2014). Behavioural changes in dairy cows with lameness in an automatic milking system. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 150, 1-8
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Hudson, CD., Huxley, JN., & Green, MJ. (2014). Using simulation to interpret a discrete time survival model in a complex biological system: Fertility and lameness in dairy cows. PLoS ONE. 9(8)
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Swift, BMC., Gerrard, ZE., Huxley, JN., & Rees, CED. (2014). Factors affecting phage D29 infection: A tool to investigate different growth states of mycobacteria. PLoS ONE. 9(9)
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD. (2014). A fresh look at inter-service intervals in UK dairy herds. Cattle Practice. 22, 1-6
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Higgins, HM., Huxley, JN., Wapenaar, W., & Green, MJ. (2014). Quantifying veterinarians' beliefs on disease control and exploring the effect of new evidence: A Bayesian approach. Journal of Dairy Science. 97(6), 3394-3408
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Green, LE., Huxley, JN., Banks, C., & Green, MJ. (2014). Temporal associations between low body condition, lameness and milk yield in a UK dairy herd. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 113(1), 63-71
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Horseman, SV., Roe, EJ., Huxley, JN., Bell, NJ., Mason, CS., & Whay, HR. (2014). The use of in-depth interviews to understand the process of treating lame dairy cows from the farmers' perspective. Animal Welfare. 23(2), 157-165
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., Archer, SC., Atkinson, OCD., Bell, NJ., Berry, EA., Bollard, N., . . . Whay, HR. (2014). An update on the treatment of claw horn lesions in cattle. Cattle Practice. 22, 189-192
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Waine, KV., Dean, RS., Hudson, CD., Huxley, JH., & Brennan, ML. (2014). Thoughts from practitioners about conducting clinical audit. Cattle Practice. 22, 143
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, J., Green, M., Huxley, J., & Hudson, C. (2014). Do UK dairy cows cycle every 21 days?. Cattle Practice. 22, 156
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Lea, RG., Allen, CE., Huxley, JN., Robinson, RS., & Brower, AI. (2014). Novel gonadal characteristics in an aged bovine freemartin. Animal Reproduction Science. 146(1-2), 1-4
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Green, M., & Grp, NDHH. (2013). Dried manure solids as a bedding material for dairy cows. VETERINARY RECORD. 172(26), 690-U47
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Swift, BMC., Denton, EJ., Mahendran, SA., Huxley, JN., & Rees, CED. (2013). Development of a rapid phage-based method for the detection of viable Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis in blood within 48 h. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 94(3), 175-179
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Dicks, LV., Bardgett, RD., Bell, J., Benton, TG., Booth, A., Bouwman, J., . . . Sutherland, WJ. (2013). What do we need to know to enhance the environmental sustainability of agricultural production? A prioritisation of knowledge needs for the UK food system. Sustainability (Switzerland). 5(7), 3095-3115
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Horseman, SV., Whay, HR., Huxley, JN., Bell, NJ., & Mason, CS. (2013). A survey of the on-farm treatment of sole ulcer and white line disease in dairy cattle. Veterinary Journal. 197(2), 461-467
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Horseman, SV., Huxley, JN., Bell, NJ., Mason, CS., & Whay, HR. (2013). Farmer responses to questions about how quickly they treat lame cows - Comparing two methodological approaches for interviewing farmers. Cattle Practice. 21(PART1), 90
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Higgins, HM., Huxley, JN., Wapenaar, W., & Green, MJ. (2013). Proactive dairy cattle disease control in the UK: Veterinary surgeons' involvement and associated characteristics. Veterinary Record. 173(10), 246
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN. (2013). Impact of lameness and claw lesions in cows on health and production. Livestock Science. 156(1-3), 64-70
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Statham, JME., Archer, S., Biggs, AM., Bradley, A., Breen, J., Burnell, M., . . . Wapenaar, W. (2013). Future veterinary business models. Cattle Practice. 21(PART1), 78-87
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD. (2013). What is a normal inter-service interval?. CATTLE PRACTICE. 21, 163-163
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Thomas, HJ., Miguel Pacheco, G., Bell, NJ., Mason, C., Whay, HR., Maxwell, O., . . . Huxley, JN. (2013). Investigation of early and effective treatment interventions for claw horn lesions in UK dairy cows. CATTLE PRACTICE. 21, 166-166
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Browne, WJ., Huxley, JN., Toni, F., & Green, MJ. (2012). A semi-parametric model for lactation curves: Development and application. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 105(1-2), 38-48
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Browne, WJ., Huxley, JN., Toni, F., Bradley, AJ., & Green, MJ. (2012). Risk factors for a high somatic cell count at the first milk recording in a large sample of UK dairy herds. Journal of Dairy Science. 95(4), 1873-1884
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN. (2012). Lameness in cattle: An ongoing concern. Veterinary Journal. 193(3), 610-611
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Potterton, SL., Bell, NJ., Whay, HR., Berry, EA., Atkinson, OCD., Dean, RS., . . . Huxley, JN. (2012). A descriptive review of the peer and non-peer reviewed literature on the treatment and prevention of foot lameness in cattle published between 2000 and 2011. Veterinary Journal. 193(3), 612-616
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Green, M., Husband, J., Huxley, J., & Statham, J. (2011). Role of the veterinary surgeon in managing the impact of dairy farming on the environment. IN PRACTICE. 33(8), 366-+
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Potterton, SL., Green, MJ., Harris, J., Millar, KM., Whay, HR., & Huxley, JN. (2011). Risk factors associated with hair loss, ulceration, and swelling at the hock in freestall-housed UK dairy herds. Journal of Dairy Science. 94(6), 2952-2963
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Archer, SC., Green, MJ., Madouasse, A., & Huxley, JN. (2011). Association between somatic cell count and serial locomotion score assessments in UK dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 94(9), 4383-4388
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Potterton, SL., Green, MJ., Millar, KM., Brignell, CJ., Harris, J., Whay, HR., . . . Huxley, JN. (2011). Prevalence and characterisation of, and producers' attitudes towards, hock lesions in UK dairy cattle. Veterinary Record. 169(24), 634
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Archer, S., Bell, N., & Huxley, J. (2010). Lameness hi UK dairy cows: a review of the current status. IN PRACTICE. 32(10), 492-504
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Huxley, JN., Browne, WJ., Bradley, AJ., & Green, MJ. (2010). Can we use milk recording data to predict reproduction? An improvement on the fat to protein ratio. Cattle Practice. 18(2), 83-88
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Thomsen, PT., Gidekull, M., Herskin, MS., Huxley, JN., Pedersen, AR., Ranheim, B., . . . Whay, HR. (2010). Scandinavian bovine practitioners' attitudes to the use of analgesics in cattle. Veterinary Record. 167(7), 256-258
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Huxley, JN., Browne, WJ., Bradley, AJ., & Green, MJ. (2010). Somatic cell count dynamics in a large sample of dairy herds in England and Wales. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 96(1-2), 56-64
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Huxley, JN., Browne, WJ., Bradley, AJ., Dryden, IL., & Green, MJ. (2010). Use of individual cow milk recording data at the start of lactation to predict the calving to conception interval. Journal of Dairy Science. 93(10), 4677-4690
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Archer, S., Biggs, A., Breen, J., Bradley, A., Burnell, M., Green, M., . . . Wapenaar, W. (2010). Improving farm veterinary services. Veterinary Record. 166(21), 659-660
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J., & Green, M. (2010). More for less: Dairy production in the 21st century. Veterinary Record. 167(18), 712-713
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., Archer, SC., Biggs, AM., Bradley, AJ., Breen, JE., Green, MJ., . . . Wapenaar, W. (2010). An expert review of the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of recumbency in adult cattle. Cattle Practice. 18(1), 53-60
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Archer, SC., Green, MJ., & Huxley, JN. (2010). Association between milk yield and serial locomotion score assessments in UK dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 93(9), 4045-4053
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Bell, N., & Huxley, J. (2009). Letters: Locomotion, lameness and mobility in dairy cows. Veterinary Record. 164(23), 726
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., Lloyd, EL., Parker, CS., Woolf, JR., & Strugnell, BW. (2009). Congenital erythropoietic porphyria in a longhorn calf. Veterinary Record. 165(23), 694-695
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Bell, NJ., & Huxley, JN. (2009). The use of rubber floor matting on dairy units: A critical review. Cattle Practice. 17(2), 142-147
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN. (2009). Are lameness and infertility in dairy cows linked?. Cattle Practice. 17(1), 13-15
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Archer, SC., Green, MJ., & Huxley, JN. (2009). The effect of mobility score on milk production. Cattle Practice. 17(2), 153-155
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Laven, RA., Huxley, JN., Whay, HR., & Stafford, KJ. (2009). Results of a survey of attitudes of dairy veterinarians in New Zealand regarding painful procedures and conditions in cattle. New Zealand Veterinary Journal. 57(4), 215-220
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J., Laven, R., Stafford, K.
Leach, KA., Green, MJ., Breen, JE., Huxley, JN., Macaulay, R., Newton, HT., . . . Bradley, AJ. (2008). Use of domestic detergents in the California mastitis test for high somatic cell counts in milk. Veterinary Record. 163(19), 566-570
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Green, M., Huxley, J., Madouasse, A., Browne, W., Medley, G., Bradley, A., . . . Thorne, M. (2008). Making Good Decisions on Dry Cow Management to Improve Udder Health - Synthesising Evidence in a Bayesian Framework.. Cattle Pract. 16, 200-208
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Hudson, C., Whay, H., & Huxley, J. (2008). Recognition and management of pain in cattle. IN PRACTICE. 30(3), 126-+
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Huxley, JH., Browne, WJ., Bradley, AJ., & Green, MJ. (2008). Somatic cell count patterns in a large sample of UK dairy herds. , 219-225
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Hudson, CD., Higgins, HM., & Huxley, JN. (2006). Ocular complications of barren brome exposure in a suckler herd. Veterinary Record. 159(12), 388-389
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., & Whay, HR. (2006). Current attitudes of cattle practitioners to pain and the use of analgesics in cattle. Veterinary Record. 159(20), 662-668
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J. (2006). Equine interspecies aggression [3]. Veterinary Record. 159(25), 860
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J. (2006). Assessment and management of the recumbent cow. In Practice. 28(4), 176-184
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Bushby, VE., Woodford, NS., Little, DRM., & Huxley, JN. (2004). Laryngeal hemiplegia in a heifer. VETERINARY RECORD. 155(22), 715-715
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J., & Whay, B. (2004). Survey on the use of pain relief in cattle. VETERINARY RECORD. 155(18), 572-572
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J. (2004). Optimising health, productivity and welfare of dairy cattle: on-farm nutrition. IN PRACTICE. 26(9), 466-475
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J., & Bradley, A. (2004). Problems associated with twin pregnancies in dairy cows. VETERINARY RECORD. 155(9), 276-276
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., Helps, CR., & Bradley, AJ. (2004). Identification of Corynebacterium bovis by endonuclease restriction analysis of the 16S rRNA gene sequence. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. 87(1), 38-45
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., Burke, J., Roderick, S., Main, DCJ., & Whay, HR. (2004). Animal welfare assessment benchmarking as a tool for health and welfare planning in organic dairy herds. VETERINARY RECORD. 155(8), 237-239
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, I., & Whay, B. (2004). Survey on the use of pain relief in cattle. VETERINARY RECORD. 155(12), 374-374
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Bradley, A., Huxley, J., & Green, M. (2003). A rational approach to dry cow therapy 2. Product selection (vol 25, pg 12, 2003). IN PRACTICE. 25(3), 129-129
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., Burke, J., Roderick, S., Main, DCJ., & Whay, HR. (2003). Herd health and welfare benchmarking on organic dairy farms in South-West England. CATTLE PRACTICE. 11, 331-333
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Bradley, A., Huxley, J., & Green, M. (2003). A rational approach to dry cow therapy. 2. Product selection. IN PRACTICE. 25(1), 12-17
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., Green, MJ., Green, LE., & Bradley, AJ. (2002). Evaluation of the efficacy of an internal teat sealer during the dry period. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. 85(3), 551-561
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Green, M., Huxley, J., & Bradley, A. (2002). A rational approach to dry cow therapy - 1. Udder health priorities during the dry period. IN PRACTICE. 24(10), 582-587
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Chandler, KJ., O'Brien, K., Huxley, JN., Thompson, H., & Fitzpatrick, JL. (2000). Hydronephrosis and renal failure in two Friesian cows. VETERINARY RECORD. 146(22), 646-648
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN. (1998). Staffing at veterinary schools. VETERINARY RECORD. 142(13), 343-343
[Journal article]Authored by: Huxley, J.

Book

Green, M., Green, L., Huxley, J., Statham, J., & Statham, S. (2012). Concepts in dairy herd health. In Dairy Herd Health. (pp. 1 - 9).
[Chapter]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Green, M., Bradley, A., Breen, J., Higgins, H., Hudson, C., Huxley, J., . . . Hayton, A.(2012). Dairy herd health.
[Authored Book]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, J., Archer, S., Bell, N., Burnell, M., Green, L., Potterton, S., . . . Reader, J. (2012). Control of lameness. In Dairy Herd Health. (pp. 169 - 204).
[Chapter]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Statham, J., Green, M., Huxley, J., & Statham, S. (2012). Dairy farming, food security and environmental issues. In Dairy Herd Health. (pp. 279 - 296).
[Chapter]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Huxley, JN., Van Den Borne, BHP., Toni, F., & Green, MJ. (2011). Presenting uncertainty and variability to the decision maker: A computer program that uses Monte Carlo simulations to improve the management of the dry period. In Udder Health and Communication. (pp. 187).
[Chapter]Authored by: Huxley, J.

Creative Work

Archer, S., Newsome, R., Dibble, H., Sturrock, C., Chagunda, M., Mason, C., . . . Huxley, J. (2015). Claw trimming of dairy cattle.
[Design]Authored by: Huxley, J.

Conference

Remnant, J., Thomas, H., Maxwell, O., & Huxley, J.Treating lameness in dairy cattle. CATTLE PRACTICE. (pp. 86 - 86). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Waine, KV., Dean, RS., Hudson, CD., Huxley, JN., & Brennan, ML.Retrospective clinical audit in three farm animal veterinary practices in the UK. Cattle Practice. 23 (2)(pp. 205). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Newsome, R., Bell, NJ., Green, MJ., Mason, CS., Thomas, H., Whay, HR., . . . Huxley, JN.Lameness: Furthering our understanding of the aetiology and best treatments for claw horn lesions. CATTLE PRACTICE. (pp. 299 - 299). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Remnant, JG., Green, MJ., Huxley, JN., & Hudson, CD.Measuring and monitoring heat detection in dairy herds. CATTLE PRACTICE. (pp. 234 - 234). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Newsome, R., Archer, S., Dibble, H., & Huxley, JN.Training foot trimming: 90mm is an appropriate claw length for the modern Holstein. Cattle Practice. 23 (2)(pp. 223 - 224). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Wapenaar, W., Green, M., Huxley, J., Reader, J., Biggs, A., Burnell, M., . . . Husband, J.Strengths and Weaknesses of Parameters Currently used to Measure Reproductive Performance in Dairy Cattle. CATTLE PRACTICE. (pp. 200 - 208). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Whay, HR., Hudson, C., & Huxley, JN.Where are we with Pain Recognition and Management in Cattle?. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 41ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF BOVINE PRACTITIONERS. (pp. 54 - +).
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Madouasse, A., Huxley, JH., Browne, WJ., Bradley, AJ., & Green, MJ.Somatic cell count patterns in a large sample of UK dairy herds. MASTITIS CONTROL: FROM SCIENCE TO PRACTICE. (pp. 219 - 225).
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Huxley, JN., & Whay, HR.Attitudes of UK veterinary surgeons and cattle farmers to pain and the use of analgesics in cattle. Cattle Practice. 15 (2)(pp. 189 - 193). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.
Green, M., Huxley, J., Madouasse, A., Browne, W., Medley, G., Bradley, A., . . . Thorne, M.Making good decisions on dry cow management to improve udder health - Synthesising evidence in a Bayesian framework. Cattle Practice. 15 (2)(pp. 201 - 206). 0969-1251.
[Conference]Authored by: Huxley, J.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Co-supervisor 1 0

Current Doctoral Supervision

Co-supervisor of:

  • Shashi Ekanayake Jasinge - Doctor of Philosophy
    Lameness, reproduction and productivity on dairy farms in Sri Lanka and New Zealand

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