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Research projects conducted by students can be found here:

MVPHMgt  Projects

O’Connell, J. (2012) An analysis of data from cattle trader surveys in southern Cambodia. Research project for Master of Veterinary Public Health Management, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, December 2012.

Young, J. R. (2011) An analysis of large ruminant animal health and production data collected during ACIAR projects ‘Best practice health and husbandry of cattle, Cambodia’ (AH/2005/086) and ‘Best practice health and husbandry of cattle and buffalo in Lao PDR’ (AH/2006/159). Research project for Master of Veterinary Public Health Management, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, May 2011. BPHH analysis Young 2011

BVSc Honours Projects

Hodges, L. (2013) The socioeconomic impact of foot and mouth disease on smallholder households in northern Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Thesis for Bachelor of Veterinary Science Honours degree, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, September 2013.

Wills, D. J., Stratton, J. and P. A. Windsor (2010) A pilot foot and mouth disease strategic vaccination field trial during an outbreak in Takeo province, Cambodia. Thesis for Bachelor of Veterinary Science Honours degree, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney.

BSc (Veterinary) Honours Projects

MacPhillamy, I. (2013) Improving smallholder farmer biosecurity education in lao PDR to enhance large ruminant marketing. Thesis for the degree of Bachelor of Science (Veterinary), Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, October 2013.

BAnVetBioSc Projects

Ashley, K (2012) The socio-economic impact of improved forage availability and animal health knowledge on cattle production systems in Cambodia. Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bio Science Honours thesis report, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney

O’Reilly, R. (2012) Assessment of knowledge, attitudes and practices of smallholder cattle farmers in Cambodia as a means to determine the effectiveness of participatory based intervention programs. Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bio Science Honours thesis report, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney KAP Cambodia O’Reilly 2012

Page, B. (2012) Target feeding forages to beef cattle (Bos indicus) in Cambodia using techniques designed for Lao PDR. Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bio Science Honours thesis report, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney

Stahel, H. (2012) An analysis of the emerging smallholder cattle industry of Cambodia, Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bio Science Honours thesis report, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney Emerging cattle industry Stahel 2012

York, L. E. (2010) Assessment of the spatial and temporal trends in smallholder cattle production across northern Laos and southern Cambodia. Thesis for Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bioscience Honours degree, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney CattleProduction Cambodia York 2010

MacDonald, T., Windsor, P. A., Rast, L., and R. D. Bush (2010) Using girth measurements to estimate the live weight of cattle and buffalo in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR). Thesis for Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bioscience Honours degree, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney MacDonald 2010 Weigh Tape

XuXu Simone Li (2010) A review of early weaning of calves and improved nutrition in cattle and buffalo in Cambodia. Thesis for Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bioscience Honours degree, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney XuXu S. Early weaning

BVSc RPP Projects

Jordan, A. (2012) Investigating chronic impacts of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle in Cambodia. Rural Public Practice report, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, December 2012. ChronicFMD Jordan 2012

Boyd, N. (2010) The impact of foot and mouth disease in Cambodia: A Case Study. Rural Public Practice report, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, 2010 FMD Cambodia Boyd 2010

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