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This infographic and the accompanying companion paper are part of a Featured Collection on social behaviors in pigs. For additional information on the topic please refer to the papers below.

References
Angarita, B. K., R. J. C. Cantet, K. E. Wurtz, C. I. O’Malley, J. M. Siegford, C. W. Ernst, S. P. Turner, and J. P. Steibel. 2019. Estimation of indirect social genetic effects for skin lesion count in group-housed pigs by quantifying behavioral interactions1. J Anim Sci. 97:3658–3668. doi:10.1093/jas/skz244.
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Krugmann, K. L., F. J. Mieloch, J. Krieter, and I. Czycholl. 2020. Investigation of influence of growing pigs’ positive affective state on behavioral and physiological parameters using structural equation modelling. J Anim Sci. 98. doi:10.1093/jas/skaa028.
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Miller, A. L., H. A. Dalton, T. Kanellos, and I. Kyriazakis. 2019. How many pigs within a group need to be sick to lead to a diagnostic change in the group’s behavior?1. J Anim Sci. 97:1956–1966. doi:10.1093/jas/skz083.
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Robbins, L. A., A. R. Green-Miller, J. S. Johnson, and B. N. Gaskill. 2020. Early life thermal stress: impacts on future temperature preference in weaned pigs (3 to 15 kg). J Anim Sci. 98. doi:10.1093/jas/skaa327.
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Feeding behavior in pigs

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Description: This infographic and the accompanying companion paper are part of a Featured Collection on social behaviors in pigs. For additional information on the topic please refer to the papers below. References Angarita, B. K., R. J. C. Cantet, K. E. Wurtz, C. I. O’Malley, J. M. Siegford, C. W. Ernst, S. P. Turner, and J. P. Steibel. 2019. Estimation of indirect social genetic effects for skin lesion count in group-housed pigs by quantifying behavioral interactions1. J Anim Sci. 97:3658–3668. doi:10.1093/jas/skz244. Google ScholarCrossrefPubMed Krugmann, K. L., F. J. Mieloch, J. Krieter, and I. Czycholl. 2020. Investigation of influence of growing pigs’ positive affective state on behavioral and physiological parameters using structural equation modelling. J Anim Sci. 98. doi:10.1093/jas/skaa028. Google Scholar Miller, A. L., H. A. Dalton, T. Kanellos, and I. Kyriazakis. 2019. How many pigs within a group need to be sick to lead to a diagnostic change in the group’s behavior?1. J Anim Sci. 97:1956–1966. doi:10.1093/jas/skz083. Google ScholarCrossrefPubMed Robbins, L. A., A. R. Green-Miller, J. S. Johnson, and B. N. Gaskill. 2020. Early life thermal stress: impacts on future temperature preference in weaned pigs (3 to 15 kg). J Anim Sci. 98. doi:10.1093/jas/skaa327. Google Scholar

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