The Stockperson, Productivity & Welfare
Intensively Farmed Animals
Paul H. Hemsworth & G.J. Coleman
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- The Stockperson as a professional - Skills, Knowledge, Status
- Ethics of animal farming: implications for the stockperson
- Human-animal interactions, Animal Productivity & Welfare
- Attitudes of stockpeople
- Stockperson Behaviour & Animal Behaviour
- A model of Stockperson-Animal interactions & implications for animals
- Changing stockperson attitudes & behaviour
- Current & future opportunities to improve human-animal interactions
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Stockpersons, students, teachers and research workers in animal science, ethology, applied psychology, animal welfare and veterinary medicine, farm managers
This book is unique in summarising behavioural theories, research results and farming productivity implications in a way accessible to all those with an interest in this vital but neglected topic.
A rationale is proposed for training and selection programmes for stockpeople in order to improve both productivity and welfare in a climate of increasing consumer concern.
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