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Long Distance Transport and Welfare of Farm Animals

Edited By: M Appleby, V Cussen, L Garces, L Lambert and J Turner
450 pages, Tabs
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Long Distance Transport and Welfare of Farm Animals
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Long-distance transport can cause both physical and mental problems in animals and promoting animal welfare will be beneficial to both the animals and the agricultural and processing industries. In conjunction with the World Society for the Protection of Animals, this volume brings together studies from well-known animal scientists and researchers to reviews the implications and necessity of long-distance animal transport for slaughter. Authoritative reports on regional practices are combines with discussions of the science, economics, legislation and procedures involved in this practice.

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Foreword by Temple Grandin, Colorado State University, USA; 1. Science of Animal Welfare, M C Appleby, World Society for the Protection of Animals, UK; 2. Economic Aspects, AgraCEAS Consulting LDT, University of London, UK; 3. Physiology of Disease, X Manteca, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain; 4. Meat Quality, G A Maria, University of Zaragoza, Spain; 5. Enforcement of Transportation Regulations: The EU as Case Study, V A Cussen, World Society for the Protection of Animals, UK; 6. The Welfare of Livestock During Sea Transport, C Phillips, University of Queensland, Australia; 7. The Welfare of Livestock During Road Transport, D Broom (and colleagues), Cambridge University Animal Welfare Information Centre, UK; 8. Africa, K Menzer, The Cadmus Group, USA; 9. North America, M Enderbretson, Born Free USA, united with Animal Protection Institute; 10. South America, C Gallo and T A Tadich, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile; 11. Asia, L Collins and P Brooke, Compassion in World Farming, UK; 12. Australia and New Zealand, M Fischer, Kotare Bioethics, New Zealand; B Jones, RSPCA Australia; 13. Europe, S Corson, Positive Pet Behaviour, UK; L Anderson, ANNEX Consultancy, UK; 14. Middle East, A Rahman, Commonwealth Veterinary Association, India.

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Edited By: M Appleby, V Cussen, L Garces, L Lambert and J Turner
450 pages, Tabs
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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