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Phoebe Hartnett

Dairy Board Research Technician

Research Interests

Milk quality

Chlorates in milk

Animal health

Animal welfare

Animal nutrition

Current Projects

  • TCM testing in milk

Education

  • BAgrSc Animal Science, University College Dublin
  • PhD Swine health and welfare, University of Limerick
  • Hartnett L. Boyle and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of group composition and mineral supplementation during rearing on the behavior and welfare of replacement gilts. January 2020. Translational Animal Science.
  • Hartnett L. Boyle and K. O’Driscoll. Bone of contention. Teagasc TResearch article autumn 2019. Vol. 14, No. 3
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The Effect of Group Composition and Mineral Supplementation during Rearing on Measures of Cartilage Condition and Bone Mineral Density in Replacement Gilts. Animals, 9(9), p.637
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of gilt rearing strategy on offspring behaviour. Proceedings of the International Society for Applied Ethology conference, Bergen, Norway, August 2019, pg. 77
  • Hartnett Lameness: a highly prevalent and costly production disease. Teagasc Pig Newsletter March article, 1st April 2019
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of mixed or single sex rearing and mineral supplementation on gilt hoof health and welfare. University of Limerick Thesis in III competition, 19th Feb 2019
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of mixed or single sex rearing and mineral supplementation on gilt hoof health and welfare. University of Limerick Biological Science Department Postgraduate Research and Innovation Day 2018, pg. 31
  • Hartnett, L. Boyle, B. Younge, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of mixed or single sex rearing and mineral supplementation on gestating gilts hoof health. Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science, 2018 Dubrovnik, Croatia, Aug 2018
  • Hartnett, L. Boyle, B. Younge, and K. O’Driscoll The effect of rearing strategy with or without a mineral supplement on gilt behaviour and welfare. Proceedings of the UK/Ireland regional meeting of the International Society for Applied Ethology, Bristol, UK, February 2018, pg. 21
  • Hartnett, B. Younge, E. G. Manzanilla, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. ‘Strategies to optimise gilt lifetime performance’. Dept. of Biological Sciences post-grad. Research day Dec 2017, University of Limerick., pg. 5
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of gilt rearing strategy on offspring behaviour. International Society for Applied Ethology conference, Bergen, Norway, 6th August 2019
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of mixed or single sex rearing and mineral supplementation on gilt hoof health and welfare. University of Limerick Thesis in III competition, 19th Feb 2019
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of mixed or single sex rearing and mineral supplementation on gilt hoof health and welfare. University of Limerick Biological Science Department Postgraduate Research and Innovation Day 2018, pg. 31
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of mixed or single sex rearing and mineral supplementation on gilt hoof health and welfare. Teagasc Pig farm Managers course, Portlaoise Nov 2018
  • Hartnett B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of gilt rearing strategy on the gilts welfare and the offspring performance. COST action Grouphousenet, training school, Bratislava, Slovakia 14th Nov 2018
  • Hartnett, L. Boyle, B. Younge, and K. O’Driscoll. The effect of mixed or single sex rearing and mineral supplementation on gestating gilts hoof health. EAAP conference Dubrovnik 2018
  • Hartnett, L. Boyle, B. Younge, and K. O’Driscoll The effect of rearing strategy with or without a mineral supplement on gilt behaviour and welfare. Regional ISAE conference Bristol Feb 2018, pg. 21
  • Hartnett, B. Younge, L. Boyle, and K. O’Driscoll. Strategies to optimise gilt lifetime performance. University of Limerick Dept. of Biological Sciences Post-Graduate Research Day Dec 2017, pg. 5