Dr. Juliane Horn - Scientist

Current Project:

GreenGrass - Innovative grassland utilization for sustainable agricultural intensification at the landscape scale


Publications:


Hamidi, D., Grinnell, N.A., Komainda, M., Riesch, F., Horn, J., Ammer, S., Traulsen, I., Palme, R., Hamidi, M., Isselstein, J. 2022. Heifers don't care: no evidence of negative impact on animal welfare growing heifers when using virtual fences compared to physical fences for grazing. ANIMAL. The international journal of animal biosciences, 100614 .https://doi.org/10.1016/j.animal.2022.100614

Horn, J., Isselstein, J. 2022. How do we feed grazing livestock in the future? A case for knowledge-driven grazing systems. Grass and Forage Science 77 (3), 153–166. https://doi.org/10.1111/gfs.12577

Riesch F., Komainda, M., Horn, J., Isselstein, J. 2021. Real-world applications for virtual fences – what are potential benefits for conservation? International Grassland Congress 2021, Nairobi, Kenya, Accepted abstract.

Riesch F. Komainda, M., Horn, J., Isselstein J., 2020. Pastures of the future: prospects for virtual fencing to promote grazing in European dairy farming. Grassland Science in Europe 25, 700-702.

Riesch F., Komainda, M., Horn, J., Isselstein J., 2020. Grüne Aussichten: mehr Weidegang für Milchkühe durch virtuelle Zäune? Beiträge zur 64. Jahrestagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Grünland und Futterbau (AGGF). https://www.lfl.bayern.de/mam/cms07/ipz/dateien/aggf_2020_riesch_et_al.pdf