Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic




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Goat Dominance/Hierarchy:

  • Alvarez, L., G. B. Martin, F. Galindo, L. A. Zarco. (2003). “Social dominance of female goats affects their response to the male effect.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 84(2): 119-126.

  • Barroso, F.G., C.L. Alados, J. Boza. (2000.) “Social hierarchy in the domestic goat: effect on food habits and production.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 69(1): 35-53.

  • Cote, S.D. (2000). “Dominance hierarchies in female goats: stability, aggressiveness and determinants of rank.” Behaviour 137(11): 1541–1566.

  • Dimmick, R.W., M.R. Pelton. (1996). Criteria of sex and age. In T. A. Bookhout (Ed.), Research and management techniques for wildlife and habitats, pp. 169-214. Bethesda MD: The Wildlife Society.

  • Escos, J., C. L. Alados, J. Boza. (1993). “Leadership in a domestic goat herd.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 38(1): 41-47.

  • Fournier, F., M. Festa-Bianchet. (1995). “Social dominance in adult female mountain goats.” Animal Behaviour 49: 1449-1459.

  • Pretorius, P.S. (1970). Effect of aggressive behaviour on production and reproduction in the angora goat (Capra hircus Angoraensis). Agroanimalia, 2:161-164.

  • Ross, S., J.P. Scott. (1949). “Relationship between dominance and control of movement in goats.” J.comp.physiol.Psychol 42(2):75-80.

  • Schino, G. (1998). “Reconciliation in domestic goats.” Behaviour 135: 343-356.

  • Tölü, C., T. Savaş. (2007). “A brief report on intra-species aggressive biting in a goat herd.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 102: 124-129.

  • Ungerfeld, R., O. Correa. (2006). “Social dominance of female dairy goats influences the dynamics of gastrointestinal parasite eggs” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 105: 249-253.


Goat Feeding:

  • Abdel-Moneim, A. Y., M. S. Abd-Alla. (1999). “Feed preference by Baladi goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 65: 63-72.

  • Aoyama M., H. Dohi, S. Shioya, Y. Takeuchi, Y. Mori, T. Okubo. (1994). “Feeding-deterrent substance in cattle feces: its effects on ingestive behavior in goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 40: 253-262.

  • Biquand, S., V. Biquand-Guyot. (1992). “The influence of peers, lineage and environment on food selection of the criollo goat (Capra hircus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 34(3): 231-245.

  • Brindley, E. L., D. J. Bullock, F. Maisels. (1989). “Effects of rain and fly harassment on the feeding behaviour of free-ranging feral goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 24(1): 31-41.

  • Dumont, B., M. Meuret, M. Proudhon. (1995). “Direct observation of biting for studying grazing behavior of goats and llamas on garrigue rangelands.” Small Ruminant Research 16(1): 27-35.

  • Fernades, M., et al. (2007). “Energy and protein requirements for maintenance and growth of Boer crossbred kids”. Journal of Animal Science 85: 1014-1023.

  • Flint, M., P. Murray. (2001). “Lot-fed goats – the advantages of using an enriched environment”. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 41(4): 473-476.

  • Ganskopp, D., R. Cruz, B. Fajemisin. (1997). “Relationships among variables indexing selective grazing behavior of goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 51: 75-85.

  • Ganskopp, D. (1995). “Free-ranging angora goats: left- or right-handed tendencies while grazing?” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 43(2): 141-146.

  • Greaves, L. A., M. E. Wedderburn. (1995). “Comparison of the behaviour of goats and sheep on an eroded hill pasture.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 42(3): 207-216.

  • Hosoi, H., D. M. Swift, L. R. Rittenhouse, R. W. Richards. (1995). “Comparative foraging strategies of sheep and goats in a T-maze apparatus.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 44(1): 37-45.

  • Knubel, B.F.R., K.E. Panter, F.D. Provenza. (2004). “Pregnancy in goats does not influence intake of novel or familiar foods with or without toxins.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 85: 293-305.

  • Loretz, C., B. Wechsler, R. Hauser, P. Rusch. (2004). “A comparison of space requirements of horned and hornless goats at the feed barrier and in the lying area.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 87: 275-283.

  • Mellado, M., A. Rodriguez, J.A. Villarreal, R. Lopez. (2004). “Height to withers and abdominal circumference effects on diets of grazing goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 88: 263-274.

  • Meuret, M. (1996). “Controlling intake of goats on rough grazings.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 49(1): 103.

  • Orihuela, A., J.J. Solano. (1999). “Grazing and browsing times of goats with three levels of herbage allowance.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 61(4): 335-339.

  • Ortega-Reyes, L., F.D. Provenza. (1993). “Amount of experience and age affect the development of foraging skills of goats browsing blackbrush (Coleogyne ramosissima).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 36: 169-183.

  • Perevolotsky, A., S. Landau, D. Kababia, E.D. Ungar. (1998). “Diet selection in dairy goats grazing woody Mediterranean rangeland.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science: 57: 117-131.

  • Ricardi, C., A. Shimada. (1992). “A note on diet selection by goats on a semi-arid temperate rangeland throughout the year.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 33: 239-247.

  • Rossi, R., E. Del Prete, J. Rokitzky, E. Scharrer. (1999). “Circadian drinking during ad libitum and restricted feeding in pygmy goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 61: 253-261.

  • Solanki, G.S. (1994). “Feeding habits and grazing behavior of goats in a semi-arid region of India.” Small Ruminant Research 14(1): 39-43.

  • Texas Goat Handbook. Goat Feeding Program. http://www.texasgoat.com/Goat_Handbook/Goat_Feeding_Program.html



Goat Mother-Kid:

  • Addae, P.C., E.K. Awotwi, K. Oppong-Anane, E.O.K. Oddoye. (2000). “Behavioural interactions between West African dwarf nanny goats and their single-born kids during the first 48 hours post-partum.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 67: 77-88.

  • Allan, C.J., P.J. Holst and G.N. Hinch. (1991). Behaviour of parturient Australian bush goats. I. Doe behavior and kid vigor, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 32(1): 55-64.

  • Allan, C.J., G.N. Hinch, P.J. Holst. (1991). “Behaviour of parturient Australian bush goats. II. Spatial relationships and activity patterns.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 32(1): 65-74.

  • Awotwi, E.K., K. Oppong-Anane, P.C. Addae, E.O.K. Oddoye. (2000). “Behavioural interactions between West African dwarf nanny goats and their twin-born kids during the first 48 h post-partum.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 68(4): 281-291.

  • Bergamasco, L., et al. (2005). “Effects of brief maternal separation in kids on neurohormonal and electroencephalographic parameters.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 93: 39-52.

  • Bordi, A., et al. (1994). “Postpartum development of the mother-young relationship in goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 42(2): 145-152.

  • Bungo, T., et al. (1998). “Relationship between nursing and suckling behaviour in Tokara native goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 59(4): 357-362.

  • Delgadillo, J.A., P. Poindron, D. Krehbiel, G. Duarte, E. Rosales. (1997). “Nursing, suckling and postpartum anoestrus of creole goats kidding in January in subtropical Mexico.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 55: 91-101.

  • Lickliter, R.E. (1987). “Activity patterns and companion preferences of domestic goat kids.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 19: 137-145.

  • Lickliter, R.E. (1985). “Behavior associated with parturition in the domestic goat.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 13(4): 335-345.

  • Lickliter, R.E. (1984). “Mother-infant spatial relationships in domestic goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 13: 93-100.

  • Lickliter, R.E. (1984). “Hiding behavior in domestic goat kids.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 12(3): 245-251.

  • Lickliter, R.E., J.R. Heron. (1984). “Recognition of mother by newborn goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 12: 187-192.

  • Ramirez, A., A. Quiles, M. Hevia, F. Sotillo. (1995). Behavior of the Murciano-Granadina goat in the hour before parturition. ”Applied Animal Behaviour Science 44(1): 29-35.

  • Ramirez, A., A. Quiles, M. Hevia, F. Sotillo, M.C. Ramirez. (1996). “Effects of immediate and early post-partum separation on maintenance of maternal responsiveness in parturient multiparous goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 48: 215-224.

  • Ruiz-Miranda, C.R. (1993). “Use of pelage pigmentation in the recognition of mothers in a group by 2- to 4-month-old domestic goat kids.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 36(4): 317-326.

  • Ruiz-Miranda, C.R., M. Callard. (1992). “Effects of the presence of the mother on responses of domestic goat kids (Capra hircus) to novel inanimate objects and humans.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 33: 277-285.


Goat Reproduction:

  • Billings, H.J., L.S. Katz. (1999). “Male influence on proceptivity in ovariectomized French-Alpine goats (Capra hircus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 64(3): 181-191.

  • Conway, M.L.T., J.K. Blackshaw, R.C.W. Daniel. (1996). “The effects of agonistic behaviour and nutritional stress on both the success of pregnancy and various plasma constituents in Angora goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 48: 1-13.

  • Doherty, W.C., E.O. Price, L.S. Katz. (1987). “A note on activity monitoring as a supplement to estrus detection methods for dairy goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 17: 347-351.

  • Greyling, J. (2000). “Reproduction traits in the Boer goat doe”. Small Ruminant Research 36(2): 171-177.

  • Imwalle, D.B., L.S. Katz. (2004). “Development of sexual behavior over several serving capacity tests in male goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 89: 315-319.

  • Malfatti, A., A. Lucaroni, A. Debenedetti. (1991). “Behaviour associated with parturition in goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 30: 191.

  • Mellado, M., C. Cardenas, F. Ruiz. (2000). “Mating behavior of bucks and does in goat operations under range conditions.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 67: 89-96.

  • Price, E.O., R. Borgwardt, A. Orihuela, M. R. Dally. (1998). “Sexual stimulation in male sheep and goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 59(4): 317-322.

  • Price, E.O., V.M. Smith, L.S. Katz. (1986). “Stimulus conditions influencing self-enurination, genital grooming and flehmen in male goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 16(4): 371-381.

  • Price, E.O., V.M. Smith. (1984). “The relationship of male-male mounting to mate choice and sexual performance in male dairy goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 13: 71-82.

  • Price, E.O., V.M. Smith, L.S. Katz. (1984). “Sexual stimulation of male dairy goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 13: 83-92.

  • Yamin, M., G. Payne, J.K. Blackshaw. (1995). “The time of birth and the choice of birth sites by Booroola Merino ewes and Angora goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 45: 89-96.


Goat Learning/Perception:

  • Blakeman, N.E., T.H. Friend. (1986). “Visual discrimination at varying distances in Spanish goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 16(3): 279-283.

  • Sherry, C.J., T.J. Walters, G.G. Rodney, P.J. Henry. (1994). “Behavioral chaining in the goat (Capra hircus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 40: 241-251.

  • Tracey J.P., P.J.S. Fleming. (2006). “Behavioural responses of feral goats (Capra hircus) to helicopters.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 108:114-128.


Goat Housing/environment:

  • Boe, K.E., I.L. Andersen, L. Buisson, E. Simensen, W.K. Jeksrud. (2007). “Flooring preferences in dairy goats at moderate and low ambient temperature.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 108:45-57.

  • Flint, M., P. Murray. (2001). “Lot-fed goats – the advantages of using an enriched environment”. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 41(4): 473-476.


Goat Human-Animal Interaction:

  • Boivin, X., B.O. Braastad. (1996). “Effects of handling during temporary isolation after early weaning on goat kids' later response to humans.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 48: 61-71.

  • Jackson, K.M.A., D. Hackett. (2007). “A note: The effects of human handling on heart girth, behaviour and milk quality in dairy goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 108:332-336.

  • Lyons, D.M., E.O. Price. (1987). “Relationships between heart rates and behavior of goats in encounters with people.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 18: 363-369.


Goat Health:

  • Luginbuhl J. (2008). “Meat Goat Vaccination Program” GoatWorld.com. http://www.goatworld.com/articles/vacprogram.shtml

  • Navarre, C. (2006). “Goat parasite control requires more than cattle protocols”. DVM Newsmagazine 37(6): 2F-3F.

  • Navarre, C. (2008). “Treating meat goats for neurological ills”. DVM Newsmagazine 39(5): 1F-2F.


Goat Production:

  • Kocourek, C. (2004). “Start your own meat goat herd”. Countryside and Small Stock Journal 88: 60-62.

  • Lyons, D.M. (1989). “Individual differences in temperament of dairy goats and the inhibition of milk ejection.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 22: 269-282.

  • Provenza, F.D., J.C. Malechek. (1986). “A comparison of food selection and foraging behavior in juvenile and adult goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 16(1): 49-61.

  • Wilkinson, J. and B. Stark. Commercial Goat Production. Great Britain: Billing & Sons Ltd, 1987.


Goat Transportation/Handling

  • Das, K.S., B.B. Srivastava, Das N. (2001). “Standing Orientation and behavior of goats during short-haul road transportation.” Small Ruminant Research 41(1):91-94.

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

  • Kannan, G., T. Terrill, B. Kouakou, O.S. Gazal, S. Gelaye, E.A. Amoah, S. Samake. (2000). “Transportation of goats: effects on physiological stress responses and live weight loss”. Journal of Animal Science 78(6): 1450-1457.

  • Richardson Craig. (2002) “Lowering Stress in Transported Goats”. Livestock Technology. Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food – Livestock Technology Branch.


Goat Slaughter/Meat Production

  • Manual for the slaughter of small ruminants in developing countries. (1985). Agriculture and Consumer Production: FAO Animal Production and Health Papers. Accessed 21 Jan., 2009. http://www.fao.org/DOCREP/003/X6552E/X6552E06.htm#ch6.2

  • Stanton, T. (2007). Education- Publications- Religious Slaughter. Ethnic Holiday Calendar. Accessed 1/21/2009. http://sheepgoatmarketing.info/education/ethnicholidays.htm




  • Kannan, G., T. Terrill, B. Kouakou, S. Gelaye, E.A. Amoah. (2002). “Stimulated preslaughter holding and isolation effects on stress responses and live weight shrinkage in meat goats”. Journal of Animal Science 80(7): 1771-1780.

  • Madruga, M., T. Torres, F.F. Carvalho, R.C. Queiroga, N. Narain, D. Garrutti, M.A. Souza Neto, C.W. Mattos, R.G. Costa. (2008). “Meat quality of Moxoto and Caninde goats as affected by two levels of feeding”. Meat Science 80(4): 1019-1023.

  • Mitcham, S., A. Mitcham. (2000). “Meat Goats: their history, management and diseases.” Sumner: Crane Creek Publication.

  • Coffey, L. (2006). National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service. Meat Goats: Sustainable Production. http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/meatgoat.html

  • Regenstein, J.M. 2003. “Humane Slaughter.” Northeast Sheep and Goat Marketing Program. http://www.sheepgoatmarketing.info/news/HumaneSlaughter.pdf


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