Burt Staniar

Assistant Professor of Equine Science

Publication Tags

Horses Feces Growth Diet Animals Animal Energy Temperature Foals Industry Skeletal Development Effect Analysis Quarter Horse Population Neck Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Kinematics Phosphates Age Groups Acids Insulin Like Growth Factor I Climate Change Adiposity Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Most Recent Papers

Climate change effects on livestock in the Northeast US and strategies for adaptation

A. N. Hristov, A. T. Degaetano, C. A. Rotz, E. Hoberg, R. H. Skinner, T. Felix, H. Li, P. H. Patterson, G. Roth, M. Hall, T. L. Ott, L. H. Baumgard, W. Staniar, R. M. Hulet, C. J. Dell, A. F. Brito, D. Y. Hollinger, 2018, Climatic Change on p. 33-45

Growth of Twin Quarter Horses

Patricia Ochonski, Sheila Zimmer, Edward Jedrzejewski, William Burton Staniar, 2017, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science on p. 15-19

Preliminary Investigation of the Changes in Fecal Streptococcal Population due to Diet and Time of Day in Horses

W. Burton Staniar, Lauren E. Neuendorf, Samantha A. Brooks, 2016, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science on p. 18-23

A standard protocol for fecal pH measurement in the horse

K. L. Hydock, S. G. Nissley, W. B. Staniar, 2014, Professional Animal Scientist on p. 643-648

Solution <sup>31</sup>Phosphorus Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analysis of Acid-Extractable Phosphates in Animal Feces

C. Shang, T. H. Yang, R. O. Maguire, William Burton Staniar, K. F. Knowlton, 2013, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis on p. 2353-2360

Linear and Temporal Kinematics of the Walk in Warmblood Foals

Sarah F. Denham, William Burton Staniar, John J. Dascanio, Amanda B. Phillips, Rebecca K. Splan, 2012, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science on p. 112-115

Vinculação de energia na dieta e desenvolvimento do esqueleto do cavalo

William Burton Staniar, 2010, Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia on p. 138-144

Survey on the Implementation of National Equine Identification in the United States

K. S. Vanderman, Ann M. Swinker, B. E. Gill, R. B. Radhakrishna, D. M. Kniffen, W. B. Staniar, H. B. McKernan, R. C. Miller, 2009, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science on p. 819-822

Apparent adiposity assessed by standardised scoring systems and morphometric measurements in horses and ponies

Rebecca A. Carter, Raymond J. Geor, William Burton Staniar, Tania A. Cubitt, Pat A. Harris, 2009, Veterinary Journal on p. 204-210

Insulin-like growth factor I in growing thoroughbreds

W. B. Staniar, D. S. Kronfeld, R. M. Akers, P. A. Harris, 2007, Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition on p. 390-399

Most-Cited Papers

Climate change effects on livestock in the Northeast US and strategies for adaptation

A. N. Hristov, A. T. Degaetano, C. A. Rotz, E. Hoberg, R. H. Skinner, T. Felix, H. Li, P. H. Patterson, G. Roth, M. Hall, T. L. Ott, L. H. Baumgard, W. Staniar, R. M. Hulet, C. J. Dell, A. F. Brito, D. Y. Hollinger, 2018, Climatic Change on p. 33-45

A standard protocol for fecal pH measurement in the horse

K. L. Hydock, S. G. Nissley, W. B. Staniar, 2014, Professional Animal Scientist on p. 643-648

Linear and Temporal Kinematics of the Walk in Warmblood Foals

Sarah F. Denham, William Burton Staniar, John J. Dascanio, Amanda B. Phillips, Rebecca K. Splan, 2012, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science on p. 112-115

Vinculação de energia na dieta e desenvolvimento do esqueleto do cavalo

William Burton Staniar, 2010, Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia on p. 138-144

Preliminary Investigation of the Changes in Fecal Streptococcal Population due to Diet and Time of Day in Horses

W. Burton Staniar, Lauren E. Neuendorf, Samantha A. Brooks, 2016, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science on p. 18-23

Solution <sup>31</sup>Phosphorus Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analysis of Acid-Extractable Phosphates in Animal Feces

C. Shang, T. H. Yang, R. O. Maguire, William Burton Staniar, K. F. Knowlton, 2013, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis on p. 2353-2360

Growth of Twin Quarter Horses

Patricia Ochonski, Sheila Zimmer, Edward Jedrzejewski, William Burton Staniar, 2017, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science on p. 15-19