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        Which is the most preventive measure against tail damage in finisher pigs: tail docking, straw provision or lowered stocking density? – CORRIGENDUM
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doi:10.1017/S175173111700249X, published by Cambridge University Press, 2 November 2017.

The original publication of Model 1 within the Results Section contained an error within the last sentence. The sentence should have read as follows;

However, the effect of tail docking tended to be higher than the effect of straw provision (P=0.092).

The authors apologise for the error.

Reference

Larsen, MLV, Andersen, H M.-L and Pedersen, LJ 2017. Which is the most preventive measure against tail damage in finisher pigs: tail docking, straw provision or lowered stocking density? Animal, first published online 2 November 2017, doi: 10.1017/S175173111700249X.