Stray Voltage: Proceedings of the National Stray Voltage Symposium, October 10-12, 1984, the Hotels at Syracuse Square, Syracuse, New York
American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 186 pages
Animal sensitivity; Electrical system characteristics and source identification; Mitigation and protection.
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Physiological Effects of Electrical Current on Dairy Cows
The Effects of Electrical Current on Milking and Behavior
Behavioral Experiments Quantifying Animal Sensitivity
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