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Animal Health and Welfare in Organic Agriculture

Edited By: M Vaast, S Roderick, V Lund and W Lockeretz
426 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Animal Health and Welfare in Organic Agriculture
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About this book

Discusses organic animal husbandry, and demonstrates practical solutions and innovative methods, drawing mainly on research and practical experience with organic farming in Europe.

Contents

Organic principles and values - the framework for organic animal husbandry; the role of animals in farming systems - a historical perspective; organic livestock standards; animal welfare, ethics and organic farming; understanding animal behaviour and its use in organic animal husbandry; the role of humans in the management of organic herds; animal health and diseases in organic farming - an overview; organic animal husbandry - the future challenges. (Part contents.)

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Edited By: M Vaast, S Roderick, V Lund and W Lockeretz
426 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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For veterinarians with a keen interest in organic production and animal health and welfare, the arrival of a dedicated text on the subject is most welcome. R D Hancock, The Veterinary Record, November 27, 2004"

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