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Personal profile

Philip has worked in the agricultural industry for over thirty years as a dairy herdsman and dairy herd manager working predominately with Holstein / Friesian and Jersey herds in the East Midlands.

Research Interests

• Calf and heifer rearing and management: Use of calf jackets, milk powder concentration, dry matter intakes, cross breeding / heterosis, age at first service.
• Grass based dairy systems
• Public understanding of farm assurance schemes
• Meat quality and packaging
• Mental health and wellbeing in the agricultural industry

Personal profile

Philip has worked in the agricultural industry for over thirty years as a dairy herdsman and dairy herd manager working predominately with Holstein / Friesian and Jersey herds in the East Midlands.

Research Interests

• Calf and heifer rearing and management: Use of calf jackets, milk powder concentration, dry matter intakes, cross breeding / heterosis, age at first service.
• Grass based dairy systems
• Public understanding of farm assurance schemes
• Meat quality and packaging
• Mental health and wellbeing in the agricultural industry

Education/Academic qualification

Teaching and learning ni the lifelong sector, PGCE

20112012

Land Management, Bsc

20092010

Land Management, FdSc

20072009

Anthrozoology, MRes

2017 → …

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Research Output 2016 2016

  • 1 Conference contribution
  • 1 Digital or Visual Products

Hartpury, A Closer Look

Whincup, R., Watson, P. & Williams, J., 2016

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Open Access
18 Downloads (Pure)

Techniques to advance oestrus in ewes – a comparative study between the use of progestagen sponges and the ‘ram effect’

Batten, S., Watson, P. & Evans, B., Apr 2016, Advances in Animal Biosciences. Cambridge University Press, Vol. 7.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Open Access
File
ram effect
progestational hormones
estrus
ewes
lambs

Activities 2016 2018

  • 1 Membership of learned societies or subject associations
  • 1 Oral presentation at Conference

An investigation into the preferred disbudding procedure of beef and dairy farmers in the UK, how many farmers follow DEFRAs three codes of recommendations?

Helen L. Jones (Speaker), L. Haydon (Speaker), Philip Watson (Speaker)
27 Apr 2018

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation at Conference

Higher Education Academy (External organisation)

Philip Watson (Member)
2016 → …

Activity: Membership typesMembership of learned societies or subject associations