Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic




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Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic


GENERAL ANIMAL WELFARE TOPICS


  • Animal Welfare. Wallingford, Oxon, UK: CAB International, 1997;316.

  • Animal Welfare and Meat Production, 2nd edition. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CAB International, 2007;299.

  • Broom, D.M. (1993). “A usable definition of animal welfare.” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 6: 15-25.

  • Domestic Animal Behaviour and Welfare, 4th edition. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CAB International, 2007;438.

  • D’Silva, J. (2006). “Adverse impact of industrial animal agriculture on the health and welfare of farmed animals.” Integrative Zoology 1(1):53-58.

  • Duncan, I., D. Fraser. (1997). “Understanding animal welfare.” In: Appleby M.C., Hughes B.O., editors. Animal Welfare. Oxon: CAB International. p. 19-31.

  • The ethology of domestic animals: an introductory text, 2nd edition. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CAB International, 2009; 299.

  • Fraser, D. (1999). “Animal ethics and animal welfare science: bridging two cultures.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 65(3): 171-189.

  • Hemsworth, P., H. Gonyou. (1997). “Human Contact.” In: Appleby M.C., Hughes B.O., editors. Animal Welfare. Oxon: CAB International. p. 205-217.

  • Hewson, C., J. Wojciechowska. (2003). “Is she suffering? A theoretical approach to assessing quality of life in companion animals.” Annual Conference of the International Society for Applied Ethology, Abano Terme, Italy June 2003 (Proceedings 37). http://www.applied-ethology.org/isaemeetings_files/2003%20ISAE%20in%20Abano%20Therme,%20Italy.pdf

  • Knierim, U., D. Hesse, E. Von Borell, H.J. Herrmann, C. Muller, H.W. Rauch, N. Sachser, F. Zerbe. (2003). “Voluntary animal welfare assessment of mass- produced farm animal housing equipment using a standardized procedure.” Animal Welfare 12(1): 75-84.

  • Manteuffel, G., B. Puppe, P.C. Schon. (2004). “Vocalization of farm animals as a measure of welfare.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 88(1-2): 163-182.

  • Mench, J., G. Mason. (1997). “Behavior.” In: Appleby M.C., Hughes B.O., editors. Animal Welfare. Oxon: CAB International. p. 127-141.

  • Petherick, J.C. (2005). “Animal welfare issues associated with extensive livestock production: the northern Australian beef cattle industry.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 92(3): 211-234

  • Rollin, B. (1996). “Ideology, ‘value-free science’, and animal welfare.” Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Sect A. Animal Science Supplementum 27: 5-10.

  • Rushen, J., A. de Passille. (1992). “The scientific assessment of the impact of housing on animal welfare—a critical review.” Canadian Journal of Animal Science 72(4): 721-743.

  • Sandoe, P., S.B. Christiansen, M.C. Appleby. (2003) “Farm Animal Welfare: The Interaction of ethical questions and animal welfare science.” Animal Welfare 12(4): 469-478

  • von Borell, E.H. (2001). “The biology of stress and its application to livestock housing and transportation assessment.” Journal of Animal Science 79(E. Suppl.): E260-E267.

  • Whay, H.R., D.C. Main, L.E. Green, A.J.F. Webster. (2003). “Animal-based measures for the assessment of welfare state of dairy cattle, pigs, and laying hens: consensus of expert opinion.” Animal Welfare 12(2): 205-217.


Stereotypic Behavior:

  • Lawrence, A., E. Terlouw. (1993). “A review of behavioral factors involved in the development and continued performance of stereotypic behaviors in pigs.” Journal of Animal Science 71: 2815-2825.

  • Mason, G. (1991). “Stereotypies: a critical review.” Animal Behaviour 41(6): 1015-1037.

  • McGreevy, P., P. Cripps, N.P. French, L.E. Green, C.J. Nicol. (1995). “Management factors associated with stereotypic and redirected behavior in the thoroughbred horse.” Equine Vet J 27(2): 86-91.

  • Rushen, J. (1993). “The ‘coping’ hypothesis of stereotypic behavior.” Animal Behavior 45(3): 613-618.

  • Vieuille-Thomas, C., G. Le Pape, J.P. Signoret. (1995). “Stereotypies in pregnant sows: indications of influence of the housing system on the patterns expressed by the animals.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 44(1): 19-27.

  • Zanella, A., D.M. Broom, J.C. Hunter, M.T. Mendl. (1996). “Brain opioid receptors in relation to stereotypies, inactivity, and housing in sows.” Physiology & Behavior 59(4/5): 769-775.


Pain:

  • Bateson, P. (1991). “Assessment of pain in animals.” Animal Behavior 42(5): 827-839.

  • Fecknell, P., V. Molony. (1997). “Pain and Injury.” In: Appleby M.C., Hughes B.O., editors. Animal Welfare. Oxon: CAB International. p. 63-73.

  • Grandin, T., M. Deesing. (2002). “Distress in animals: is it fear, pain or physical stress?” In: American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Symposium 2002, California. www.grandin.com/welfare/fear.pain.stress.html

  • Grant, C. (2004). “Behavioral responses of lambs to common painful husbandry procedures.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 87(3/4):255-273.

  • Hewson, C. and J. Wojciechowska. (2003). “Is she suffering? A theoretical approach to assessing quality of life in companion animals.” Annual Conference of the International Society for Applied Ethology, Abano Terme, Italy June 2003 (Proceedings 37). http://www.applied-ethology.org/isaemeetings_files/2003%20ISAE%20in%20Abano%20Therme,%20Italy.pdf

  • Mellor, D., K. Stafford. (2004). “Physiological and behavioral assessment of pain in ruminants: principles and caveats.” Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 32(supplement 1): 267-271.

  • Molony, V., J. Kent, I. Mckendrick. (2002). “Validation of a method for assessment of an acute pain in lambs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 76(3): 215-238.

  • Peers, A., D. Mellor, E.M. Wintour, M. Dodic. (2002). “Blood pressure, heart rate, hormonal and other acute responses to rubber-ring castration and tail docking of lambs.” New Zealand Veterinary Journal 50(2): 56-62.

  • Robertson, I., J. Kent et al. (1994). “Effect of different methods of castration on behavior and plasma cortisol in calves of three ages.” Research in Veterinary Science 56(1): 8-17.

  • Sneddon, L., M. Gentle. (2000). “Pain in farm animals.” Invited presentation: Focus Group 5, Animal health and animal well-being. Sustainable Animal Agriculture Series. September 4-5, 2000. Convened by the Research Consortium Sustainable Animal Production, Federal Agricultural Research Center (FAL). Institute for Animal Science and Animal Behaviour, Mariensee, Germany.

http://agriculture.de/acms1/conf6/ws5apain.htm

  • Tom, E., J. Rushen, I.J.H Duncan, A.M. de Passille. (2002). “Behavioral, health and cortisol responses of young calves to tail docking using a rubber ring or docking iron.” Canadian Journal of Animal Science 82(1): 1-9.


Distress:

  • Bartels, T. (1995). “Breeding for distress in fowl.” Deutsche tierärztliche Wochenschrift 102(3): 117-119.

  • Cornetto, T., I. Estevez, W. Douglass. (2002). “Using artificial cover to reduce aggression and disturbances in domestic fowl.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 75(4): 325-336.

  • Grandin, T., M. Deesing. (2002) “Distress in animals: is it fear, pain or physical stress?” In: American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Symposium 2002, California. www.grandin.com/welfare/fear.pain.stress.html

  • Hewson, C., J. Wojciechowska. (2003). “Is she suffering? A theoretical approach to assessing quality of life in companion animals.” Annual Conference of the International Society for Applied Ethology, Abano Terme, Italy June 2003 (Proceedings 37). http://www.applied-ethology.org/isaemeetings_files/2003%20ISAE%20in%20Abano%20Therme,%20Italy.pdf

  • Jones, R.B. (1997). “Fear and distress.” In: Appleby M.C., Hughes B.O., editors. Animal Welfare. Oxon: CAB International: 75-87.

  • Munksgaard, L, A.M. De Passillé, J. Rushen, M.S. Herskin, A.M. Kristensen. (2001). “Dairy cows’ fear of people: social learning, milk yield, and behavior at milking.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 73(1): 15-26.

  • Ting, S., B. Earley, J.M.L. Hughes, M.A. Crowe. (2003). “Effect of ketoprofen, lidocaine local anesthesia, and combined xylazine and lidocaine caudal epidural anesthesia during castration of beef cattle on stress responses, immunity, growth, and behavior.” Journal of Animal Science 81: 1281-1293.

  • Zulkifi, I., A. Siti Nor Azah. (2004). “Fear and stress reactions, and the performance of commercial broiler chickens subjected to regular pleasant and unpleasant contacts with human being.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 88(1/2): 77-87.


Vocalization as a welfare marker:

  • Grandin, T. (1998). “The feasibility of using vocalization scoring as an indicator of poor welfare during cattle slaughter.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 56(2/4): 121-128.

  • Grandin, T. (2001). “Cattle vocalizations are associated with handling and equipment problems at beef slaughter plants.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 71(3): 191-201.

  • Manteuffel, G., B. Puppe, P.C. Schon. (2004). “Vocalization of farm animals as a measure of welfare.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 88(1/2): 163-182.


Human Interactions:

  • Delezie, E., D. Lips, E. Decupere. (2006). “Is the mechanization of catching broilers a welfare improvement?” Animal Welfare 15(2): 141-147.

  • Koba, Y., H. Tanida. (2001). “How do miniature pigs discriminate between people? Discrimination between people wearing coveralls of the same color.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 73(1): 45-58.

  • Rousing, T., B. Ibsen, J.T. Sorensen. (2005). “A note on: On-farm testing of the behavioral response of group-housed calves towards humans; test-retest and inter-observer reliability and effect of familiarity of test person.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 94(3/4): 237-243.

  • Rushen, J., L. Munksgaard, P.G. Marnet, A.M. DePassille. (2001). “Human contact and the effects of acute stress on cows at milking.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 73(1): 1-14.

  • Zulkifi, I., A. Siti Nor Azah. (2004). “Fear and stress reactions, and the performance of commercial broiler chickens subjected to regular pleasant and unpleasant contacts with human being.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 88(1/2): 77-87.


International Welfare Issues:

  • Kuit, H.G., A. Traore, R.T. Wilson. (1986). “Livestock production in central Mali: ownership, management and productivity of poultry in the traditional sector.” Tropical Animal Health and Production 18(4): 222-231.

  • Petherick, J.C. (2005). “Animal welfare issues associated with extensive livestock production: the northern Australian beef cattle industry.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 92(3): 211-234.



Enrichment:

  • Grandin, T. (1989). “Effect of rearing environment and environmental enrichment on the behavior of neural development in young pigs”, the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. http://www.grandin.com/references/diss.intro.html

  • Newberry, R.C. (1995) “Environmental enrichment:increasing the biological relevance of captive environments.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 44: 229-243

  • Newberry, R.C., Estevez I.A. (1997) “A dynamic approach to the study of environmental enrichment and animal welfare.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 54: 53-57



SLAUGHTER


Carcass Quality:

  • Anil, M.H., T. Yesildere, H. Aksu, E. Matur, J.L. Mckinstry, O. Erdogan, S. Hughes, C. Mason (2004). “Comparison of religious slaughter of sheep with methods that include pre-slaughter stunning, and the lack of differences in exsanguination, packed cell volume, and meat quality parameters.” Animal Welfare 13(4): 387-392.

  • Baeza, E., C. Dessay, N. Wacrenier, G. Marche, A. Listrat. (2002). “Effect of selection for improved body weight and composition on muscle and meat characteristics in Muscovy duck.” British Poultry Science 43(4): 560-568.

  • Farhat, A. E.R. Chavez. (2000). “Comparative performance, blood chemistry, and carcass composition of two lines of Pekin ducks reared mixed or separated by sex.” Poultry Science 79(4): 460-465.


Slaughter:

  • Davis, K. (2002). “The need for legislation and elimination of electrical immobilization.” United Poultry Concerns http://www.upc-online.org/slaughter/report.html

  • Grandin, T. (1994). “Euthanasia and slaughter of livestock.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 209(9): 1354-1360.

  • Grandin, T. (1996). “Factors that impede animal movement at slaughter plants.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 209(4): 757-759.

  • Grandin, T. (1998). “Objective scoring if animal handling and stunning practices at slaughter plants.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 212: 36-39.

  • South Dakota State Meat Science department meat lab tour http://ars.sdstate.edu/meats/meat%20lab%20virtual%20tour.pdf

  • United Poultry Concerns (2000). “Animals killed for food in the United States in 2000.” http://www.upc-online.org/slaughter/2000slaughter_stats.html

  • Clottey, St. J. A. (1985). Agriculture and Consumer Production: FAO Animal Production and Health Papers. Manual for the slaughter of small ruminants in developing countries. ISBN: 92-5-102271-2 http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/X6552E/X6552E00.HTM


Religious Slaughter:

  • Anil, M.H., R. Yesildere, H. Aksu, E. Matur, J.L. Mckinstry, O. Erdogan, S. Hughes, C. Mason. (2004). “Comparison of religious slaughter of sheep with methods that include pre-slaughter stunning, and the lack of differences in exsanguination, packed cell volume, and meat quality parameters.” Animal Welfare 13(4): 387-392.

  • Stanton, T. (2007). Education- Publications- Religious Slaughter. Ethnic Holiday Calendar. http://sheepgoatmarketing.info/education/ethnicholidays.htm



Pre-Slaughter Handling:

  • Grandin, T. (1993). “Teaching principles of behavior and equipment design for handling livestock.” Journal of Animal Science 71(4): 1065-1070.

  • Grandin, T. (1996). “Factors that impede animal movement at slaughter plants.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 209(4): 757-759.

  • Grandin, T. (1997). “Good management practices for animal handling and stunning.” 2nd ed. American Meat Institute Foundation. http://www.grandin.com/ami.audit.guidelines.html

  • Grandin, T. (1998) “Objective scoring if animal handling and stunning practices at slaughter plants.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 212: 36-39.

  • Grandin, T. (2000). “Effect of animal welfare audits of slaughter plants by a major fast food company on cattle handling and stunning practices.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 216(6): 848-851.

  • Grandin, T. (2001). “Progress in livestock handling and slaughter techniques in the United States, 1970-2000.” In: Rowan, A.N., Salem, D.J., editors. The State of the Animals. Gaithersburg: Humane Society Press: 101-110.

  • Hemsworth, P., H. Gonyou. (1997). “Human contact.” In: Appleby M.C., Hughes B.O., editors. Animal Welfare. Oxon: CAB International: 205-217.

  • Zulkifi, I., A. Siti Nor Azah. (2004). “Fear and stress reactions, and the performance of commercial broiler chickens subjected to regular pleasant and unpleasant contacts with human being.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 88(1/2): 77-87.

  • Masator, A., A. Negishi, A. Abe, Y. Maejima, and S. Sugita. (2003). “Sex differences in stress responses to transportation in goats: Effects of gonadal hormones.” Animal Science Journal 74(6): 511-519.

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