Data from: Measuring behavior patterns and evaluating time sampling methodology to characterize brush use in weaned beef cattle

Kelsey Horvath, Rachel Toaff-Rosenstein, Cassandra Tucker & Emily Miller-Cushon
With growing interest in provision of brushes to cattle, and implications of brush use for behavioral development and welfare, there is a need to validate methodology for quantifying grooming behavior. Our objectives were to characterize patterns of brush use, including bouts, diurnal activity, and individual variability over 24-h periods and to validate time sampling methodologies to characterize these traits, including instantaneous recording at various time intervals and continuous recording for subsets of the day. Data...
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