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Table 1 Studies of Herd Related Issues that have Applied Biological, Economic and Managerial Perspectives

From: When counting cattle is not enough: multiple perspectives in agricultural and veterinary research

Study Main perspective Subject Method
Hansen, Hegrenes, Larsen, Sehested, & Stokstad, 2005 Biological Economic Financial impact of technical herd performance indicators Mathematical and statistical modelling
Kristensen, Østergaard, Krogh, & Enevoldsen, 2007 Biological Economic Financial impact of technical herd performance indicators Mathematical modelling
Kristensen & Enevoldsen, 2008 Managerial Farmers’ goals, beliefs attitudes and behaviour Interviews and survey
Kristensen, Nielsen, Jensen, Vaarst, & Enevoldsen, 2008 Biological Managerial Risk for metritis. Veterinarians perceptions and decision making Interviews combined with quantitative analysis of herd data
Jansen, van den Borne, Renes, van Schaik, Lam, & Leeuwis, 2009 Biological Managerial Farmers’ attitudes and behaviour Survey
Lastein, Vaarst, & Enevoldsen, 2009 Managerial Veterinarians’ perceptions and decision making Field observations and interviews
Vaarst & Tind Sørensen, 2009 Biological Managerial Dairy farmers’ perceptions and attitudes related to calf management Semi-structured interviews
Van Asseldonk, Renes, Lam, & Hogeveen, 2010 Managerial Farmers’ perceptions, intentions, actions and decision makings Interviews
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