Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic




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Slaughter Plant Welfare Audits:

  • 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. (2009). “Animal welfare audits for cattle, pigs, and chickens that use the HACCP principles of critical control points.” http://www.grandin.com/welfare.audit.using.haccp.html

  • Grandin, T. (2005). “Poultry slaughter plant and farm audit: Critical control points for bird welfare.” http://www.grandin.com/poultry.audit.html

  • Kahler, S.C. (2005). “Farm visits influence foie gras vote.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 227: 688-689.

  • 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: 75-84.



SWINE


Housing:

  • Andersen, I.L., S. Berg, K.E. Boe. (2005). “Crushing of piglets by the mother sow (Sus scrofa) - purely accidental or a poor mother?” Applied Animal Behavior Science 93(3/4): 229-243-.

  • Barnett, J.L., G.M. Cronin, C.G. Winfield, A.M. Dewar. (1984). “The welfare of adult pigs: the effects of five housing treatments on behavior, plasma corticosteroids, and injuries.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 12(3): 209-232.

  • Broom, D.M., M.T. Mendl, A.J. Zanella. (1995). “A comparison of the welfare of sows in different housing conditions.” Animal Production 61: 369-385.

  • Dailey, J., J. McGlone. (1997). “Oral/nasal/facial and other behaviors of sows kept individually outdoors on pasture, soil or indoors in gestation crates.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 52: 25-43.

  • Day, J.E.L., A. Burfoot, C.M. Docking, X. Whittaker, H.A.M. Spoolder, S.A. Edwards. (2002). “The effects of prior experience of straw and the level of straw provision on the behavior of growing pigs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 76(3): 189-202.

  • Kirkden, R.D., E.A. Pajor. (2006). “Motivation for group housing in gestating sows.” Animal Welfare 15: 119-130.

  • Pedersen, L.J., L. Holm, M.B. Jensen, E. Jorgensen. (2005). “The strength of pigs’ preferences for different rooting materials measured using concurrent schedules of reinforcement.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 94(1/2): 31-48.

  • Silerova, J., M. Spinka, R. Sarova, K. Slamova, B. Algers. (2006). “A note on differences in nursing behavior on pig farms employing individual and group housing of lactating sows.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 101(1/2):167-176.

  • Stolba, A. (1982). "Designing Pig Housing Conditions According to Patterns of Social Structure." In: Proceedings of the Perth Pig Conference, Edinburgh School of Agriculture, pp. 11-24.

  • 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: 19-27.

  • Weary, D., E. Pajor, M. Bonenfant, S.K. Ross, D. Fraser, D.L. Kramer. (1999). “Alternative housing for sows and litters: Effects of a communal piglet area on pre- and post-weaning behavior and performance.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 65(2): 123-135.

  • Weary, D., P.A. Phillips, E.A. Pajor, D. Fraser, B.K. Thompson. (1998). “Crushing of piglets by sows: effects of litter features, pen features and sow behavior.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 61(2): 103-111.

  • 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: 769-775.



Sow and Piglet Interactions:

  • Andersen, I.L., S. Berg, K. Boe. (2005). “Crushing of piglets by the mother sow (Sus scrofa)- purely accidental or a poor mother?” Applied Animal Behavior Science 93: 299-243.

  • D’Eath, R.B. (2005). “Socializing piglets before weaning improves social hierarchy formation when pigs are mixed post-weaning.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 93(3/4): 199-211.

  • Silerova, J., M. Spinka, R. Sarova, K. Slamova, B. Algers. (2006). “A note on differences in nursing behavior on pig farms employing individual and group housing of lactating sows.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 101(1/2):167-176.

  • Weary, D., E. Pajor, M. Bonenfant, S. K. Ross, D. Fraser. (1999). “Alternative housing for sows and litters: Effects of a communal piglet area on pre- and post-weaning behavior and performance.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 65: 123-135.

  • Weary, D., P. Phillips, E.A. Pajor, D. Fraser, B.K. Thompson. (1998). “Crushing of piglets by sows: effects of litter features, pen features and sow behavior.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 61: 103-111.


Swine Social Behavior:

  • D’Eath, R.B. (2005). “Socializing piglets before weaning improves social hierarchy formation when pigs are mixed post-weaning.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 93: 199-211.

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

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

  • Stolba, A. (1982). "Designing Pig Housing Conditions According to Patterns of Social Structure." In: Proceedings of the Perth Pig Conference, Edinburgh School of Agriculture, pp. 11-24.

  • Turner, S., G. Horgan, S.A. Edwards. (2001). “Effect of the social group size on aggressive behavior between unacquainted domestic pigs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 74(3): 203-215.


Swine Stereotypies:

  • 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.

  • 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: 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: 769-775.


Swine Rooting and Maternal Behavior:

  • Edge, H., C.A. Bulman, S.A. Edwards. (2005). “Alternatives to nose-ringing in outdoor sows: the provision of root crops.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 92(1-2): 15-26.

  • Jensen, P. (1988). “Maternal behavior and mother-young interactions during lactation in free-ranging domestic pigs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 20(3/4): 297-308.

  • Jensen, P., K. Vestergaard, B. Algers. (1993). “Nestbuilding in free-range domestic sows.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 38(3/4): 245-255.

  • Pedersen, L.J., L. Holm, M.B. Jensen, E. Jorgensen. (2005). “The strength of pigs’ preferences for different rooting materials measured using concurrent schedules of reinforcement.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 94(1/2): 31-48.

  • Studnitz, M., K. Jensen. (2002). “Expression of rooting motivation in gilts following different lengths of deprivation.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 76(3): 203-213.


Swine Castration:

  • Taylor, A.A., D.M. Weary. (2000). “Vocal responses of piglets to castration: identifying procedural sources of pain.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 70:17-26.

  • Taylor, A.A., D.M. Weary, M. Lessard, L. Braithwaite. (2001). “Behavioral responses of piglets to castration: the effect of piglet age.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 73(1): 35-43.

  • Weary, D.M., L.A. Braithwaite, D. Fraser. (1998). “Vocal response to pain in piglets.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 56:161-172.

  • White, R.G., J.A. Deshazer, C.J. Tressler, G.M. Borcher, S. Davey, A. Waninge, A.M. Parkhurst, M.J. Milanuk, E.T. Clemens. (1995). ”Vocalization and physiological response of pigs during castration with or without a local anesthetic.” Journal of Animal Science 73:381-386.


Swine Slaughter:

  • Grandin, T. (2001). “Solving return-to-sensibility problems after electrical stunning in commercial pork slaughter plants.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 219(5): 608-611.



POULTRY AND FOWL


General:

  • Animal Welfare Institute. (2010) “The Welfare of Chickens Raised for Meat.” Animal Welfare Institute:1-6. http://www.awionline.org/ht/a/GetDocumentAction/i/22540

  • Humane Farm Animal Care Scientific Committee. (2009) “Humane Farm Animal Care Animal Care Standards: Chickens” 1-40. http://www.certifiedhumane.org/uploads/pdf/Standards/English/Std09.Chickens.1AD.pdf

  • Bessei, W. (2006) “Welfare of broilers: a review.” World Poultry Science Journal 62: 455-466.

  • Estevez, I. (2007) “Density Allowances for Broilers: Where to Set the Limits.” Poultry Science 86: 1265-1272.

  • Jones, T.A., C.A. Donnelly, and M.S. Dawkins. (2005). “Environmental and Management Factors Affecting the Welfare of Chickens on Commercial Farms in the United Kingdom and Denmark Stocked at Five Densities.” Poultry Science 84: 1155-1165.

  • Humphrey, T. (2006). “Are happy chickens safer chickens? Poultry welfare and disease susceptibility.” British Poultry Science 47 (4): 379-91.

  • Mench, J.A. and I.J.H. Duncan. (1998) “First North American Symposium on Poultry Welfare. Poultry Welfare in North America: Opportunities and Challenges.” Poultry Science 77: 1763–1765.



Poultry Housing:

  • Alvino, G.M., G.S. Archer, J.A. Mench. (2009) “Behavioural time budgets of broiler chickens reared in varying light intensities” Applied Animal Behavior Science 118: 54-61.

  • Armstrong, J. (2006). “Sorting out the cage-free dilemma.” Feedstuffs FoodLink :8.

  • Blatchford, A. K.C. Klasing, H.L. Shivaprasad, P.S. Wakenell, G.S. Archer, J.A. Mench. (2009) “The effect of light intensity on the behavior, eye and leg heath, and immune function of broiler chickens” Poultry Science 88: 20-28.

  • Channing, C., B. Hughes, A.W. Walker. (2001). “Spatial distribution and behavior of laying hens housed in an alternative system.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 72(4): 335-345.

  • Davis, N.J., N.B. Prescott, C.J. Savory, and C.M. Wathes. (1999) “Preferences of growing fowls for different light intensities in relation to age, strain and behaviour.” Animal Welfare 8: 193-203.

  • Dawkins, M.S., C.A. Donnelly, and T.A. Jones. (2004) “Chicken welfare is influenced more by housing conditions than by stocking density.” Nature 427: 342-343.

  • Ekstrand, C., B. Algers, J. Svedberg. (1997) “Rearing conditions and foot-pad dermatitis in Swedish broiler chickens.” Preventive Veterinary Medicine 31: 167-174.

  • Gunnarsson, S., J. Tngvesson, L. Keeling, B. Forkman. (2000). “Rearing without early access to perches impairs the spatial skills of laying hens.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 67(3): 217-228.

  • Homidan, A.A., J.F. Robertson, and A.M. Petchey. (1998) “Effect of environmental factors on ammonia and dust production and broiler performance.” Behaviour, Welfare, Husbandry and Environment S9-S10.

  • Houldcroft, E., C. Smith, R. Mrowicki, L. Headland, S. Grieveson, T.A. Jones, M.S. Dawkins. (2008) “Welfare implications of nipple drinkers for broiler chickens” Animal Welfare 17: 1- 10.

  • Kristensen, H.H., N.B. Precott, G.C. Perry, J. Ladewig, A.K. Ersboll, K.C. Overvad, C.M. Wathes. (2007) “The behaviour of broiler chickens in different light sources and illuminances” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 103: 75-89.

  • Kirstensen, H., C. Wathes. (2000) “Ammonia and poultry welfare: a review.” World’s Poultry Science Journal 56(3): 235-241.

  • Meluzzi, A., C. Fabbri, E. Folegatti, F. Sirri. (2008) “Effect of less intensive rearing conditions on litter characteristics, growth performance, carcass injuries and meat quality of broilers” British Poultry Science 49: 509-515.

  • Newberry, R., R. Blair, S. Gill, and M. Knott. (1995) “Health of broilers reared under two patterns of increasing light and with access to perches.” Poultry Journal 74(Suppl 1): 84.

  • Nicol, C., A. Lindberg, A.J. Phillips, S.J. Pope, L.J. Wilkins, L.E. Green. (2001). “Influence of prior exposure to wood shavings on feather pecking, dustbathing and foraging in adult laying hens.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 73(2): 141-155.

  • Olsson, I., L. Keeling, I.J.H. Duncan. (2002). “Why do hens sham dustbathe when they have litter?” Applied Animal Behavior Science 76(1): 53-64.

  • Patterson, P.H., E.S. Lorenz, and W.D. Weaver Jr. (1998) “Litter production and nutrients from commercial broiler chickens.” Journal of Applied Poultry Research 7: 247-252.

  • Setioko, A.R, D.J. Hetzel. (1984). “The effect of collection method and housing system on semen production and fertility of Albino drakes.” British Poultry Science 25(2): 167-172.

  • Sorensen, P., and S.C. Kestin. (1999) “The effect of photoperiod:scotoperiod on leg weakness in broiler chickens.” Poultry Science 78:336-342.

  • Teeter, R.G. et al. (1985). Chronic heat stress and respiratory alkalosis: occurrence and treatment in broiler chicks. Poultry Science 64(6):1060-1064.

  • Davis, K. United Poultry Concerns: “The battery hen: her life is not for the birds.” Accessed November 11, 2009. http://www.upc-online.org/batthen.html

  • Taylor, A.A., J.F. Hurnik. (1996). “The long-term productivity of hens housed in battery cages and an aviary.” Poultry Science 75(1): 47-51.

  • Toghyani, M., A. Gheisari, M. Mehrdad, S.A. Tabeidian, M. Toghyani. (2010) “Effect of different litter material on performance and behavior of broiler chickens” Applied Animal Behavior Science 122: 48-52.

  • Chicken Tours:

PennAg Industries Association: www.pennag.com/virtual_tours.htm

California Poultry Federation: www.cpif.org


Poultry Aggression:

  • 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.

  • Estevez, I., R. Newberry, L.J. Keeling. (2002). “Dynamics of aggression in the domestic fowl.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 76(4): 307-325.

  • Hoffman, H.S., K.J. Boskoff, L.A. Eiserer, S.H. Klein. (1975). “Isolation-induced aggression in newly hatched ducklings.” Journal of Comparative Physiological Psychology 89(5): 447-456.

  • McAdie, T.M., L.J. Keeling, H.J. Blokhuis, R.B. Jones. (2005). “Reduction in feather pecking and improvement of feather condition with the presentation of a string device to chickens.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 93(1/2): 67-80.

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