Bradbery, A.N., J.A. Coverdale, C.J. Hartz, A.A. Millican, M.S. Goehring, K.K. Fikes, E. Picking, C.J. Hammer, K.A. Dunlap, R.C. Cardoso, T.A. Wickersham, J.L. Leatherwood, M.C. Satterfield. (2021). Effect of maternal overnutrition on predisposition to insulin resistance in the foal: maternal parameters and foal pancreas histoarchitecture. Animal Reproduction Science, 227, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.anireprosci.2021.106720
Robles, M., C Hammer, B. Staniar, and P. Chavatte-Palmer. (2021). Nutrition of Broodmares. Vet Clin N Am. Invited review. Veterinary Clinics of North America Equine Practice, 37(1), 177-205.
Berg, E.L., A.R. Bach-Gorman, and C.J. Hammer. (2021). Psychotherapy incorporating horses to address anxiety in women college students: A pilot study. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin. 9, 79-93.
Hammer, C., Gunkelman, M. (2020). Effect of different blanket weights on surface temperature of horses in cold climates. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 85. DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.jevs.2019.102848
Peine J.L, Jia G, Van Emon M. L.,Neville, T. L., Kirsch, J. D., Hammer, C. J., O’Rourke, S. T., Reynolds, L. P., Caton, J. S. (2018). Effects of maternal nutrition and rumen-protected arginine supplementation on ewe performance and postnatal lamb growth and internal organ mass. Journal of Animal Science; 96(8), 3471-3481.
Gunkelman, M. A., Hammer, C. (2017). A preliminary study examining the digital cushion in horses. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 56, 6-8.
Proske, D. K., Leatherwood, J. L., Stutts, K. J., Hammer, C., Coverdale, J. A., Anderson, M. J. (2017). Effects of barefoot trimming and shoeing on the joints of the lower forelimb and hoof morphology of mature horses. The Professional Animal Scientist, 33, 483-489.
Swanson, T., Lekatz, L. A., Van Emon, M. L., Perry, G. A., Schauer, C. S., Carlin, K., Hammer, C., Vonnahme, K. (2017). Supplementation of metabolizable protein during late gestation and fetal number impact ewe organ mass, maternal serum hormone and metabolite concentrations, and conceptus measurements. Domestic Animal Endocrinology, 58, 113-125
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