Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic

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Poultry and Humans:

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

  • 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: 77-87.

Beak Trimming:

  • Galtz, P.C. (2000). “Beak trimming methods-review.” Asian-Australian Journal of Animal Sciences 13(11): 1619-1637.

  • United Poultry Concerns: “Debeaking.”

Feather Pecking & Dustbathing:

  • Hansen, I., B. O. Braastad. (1994). “Effect of rearing density on pecking behaviour and plumage condition of laying hens in two types of aviary.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 40: 263-272.

  • 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: 67-80.

  • 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.

  • Nørgaard-Nielsen, G., K. Vestergaard, H. B. Simonsen. (1993). “Effects of rearing experience and stimulus enrichment on feather damage in laying hens.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 38: 345-352.

  • 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.

  • Yngvesson J., L.J. Keeling, R.C. Newberry. (2004). “Individual production differences do not explain cannibalistic behavior in laying hens.” British Poultry Science 45(4):453-462.

Poultry Breeding:

  • Barboza, P.S. D.G. Jorde. (2002). “Intermittent fasting during winter and spring affects body composition and reproduction of a migratory duck.” Journal of Comparative Physiology 172(5): 419-434.

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

  • Bilcik, B., I. Estevez. (2005). “Impact of male-male competition and morphological traits on mating strategies and reproductive success in broiler breeders.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 92: 307-323.

  • Nageswara, A.R., V. Ramasubba Reddy, V. Ravindra Reddy. (2005). “Performance of indigenous, Khaki Campbell and their reciprocal crossbred layer ducks under different management systems.” British Poultry Science 46(4): 424-429.

  • Raud, H., J.M. Faure. (1990). “Rythmic occurrence of sexual behavior and egg laying activity of Muscovy ducks.” British Poultry Science 31(1): 23-32.

  • 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.

Production Measures/Issues:

  • Bowes, V.A., et al. (1988). “Effect of feed restriction on feed efficiency and incidence of sudden death syndrome in broiler chickens.” Poultry Science 67:1102-1104.

  • Feddes, J.J.R., J. Emmanuel, and M.J. Zuidhof. (2002) “Broiler performance, bodyweight variance, feed and water intake, and carcass quality at different stocking densities. Poultry Science 81: 774-779.

  • Forkman, B., S. Corr. (1996). “Influence of size and asymmetry of sexual characters in the rooster and hen on the number of eggs laid.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 49: 285-291.

  • Hinton, A. Jr., R.J. Buhr, and K.D. Ingram. (2000) “Reduction of salmonella in the crop of broiler chickens subjected to feed withdrawal.” Poultry Science 79: 566-70.

  • Hocking, P.M., M.H. Maxwell, G.W. Robertson, M.A. Mitchell. (2002). “Welfare assessment of broiler breeders that are food restricted after peak rate of lay.” British Poultry Science 43(1): 5-15.

  • Julian, R.J., G.W. Friars, H. French, M. Quinton. (1987). “The relationship of right ventricular hypertrophy, right ventricular failure, and ascites to weight gain in broiler and roaster chickens.” Avian Diseases 31:130-135.

  • Julian, R.J. (2005). “Production and growth related disorders and other metabolic diseases of poultry – a review.” Veterinary Journal 169(3): 350-69.

  • Kestin, S.C., T.G. Knowles, A.E. Tinch, N.G. Gregory. (1992). “Prevalence of leg weakness in broiler chickens and its relationship with genotype.” The Veterinary Record 131:190-194.

  • Terzich, M., A.C. Quarles, M.A. Goodwin, and J.D. Brown. (1998) “Effect of poultry utter treatment (PLT) on death due to ascites in broilers.” Avian Diseases 42: 385-387.

  • Zulkifli, I., J. Gilbert, P. K. Liew, J. Ginsos. (2002). “The effects of regular visual contact with human beings on fear, stress, antibody and growth responses in broiler chickens.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 79: 103-112.

  • Zulkifli, I., M.T. Che Norma, C.H. Chong, and T.C. Loh. (2000) “Heterophil to lymphocyte ratio and tonic immobility reactions to preslaughter handling in broiler chickens treated with ascorbic acid.” Poultry Science 79: 402-406.


  • Abeyesinghe, S.M., C.M. Wathes, C.J. Nicol, J.M. Randall. (2001) “The aversion of broiler chickens to concurrent vibrational and thermal stressors.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 73: 199-215.

  • Knierim, U., and A. Gocke. (2003) “Effect of catching broilers by hand or machine on rates of injuries and dead-on-arrivals.” Animal Welfare 12:63–73.

  • Mitchell, M.A., and P.J. Kettlewell. (1998) “Physiological stress and welfare of broiler chickens in transit: solutions not problems!” Poultry Science 77: 1803-1814.

  • Mitchell, M.A., P.J. Kettlewell, and M.H. Maxwell. (1992) “Indicators of

physiological stress in broiler chickens during road transportation.” Animal Welfare 1: 91-103.

  • Nijdam, E., E. Delezie, E. Lambooij, M.J. Nabuurs, E. Decuypere, and J.A. Stegeman. (2005) “Feed withdrawal of broilers before transport changes plasma hormone and metabolite concentrations.” Poultry Science 84:1164-1152.

  • Vecerek, V., S. Grbalova, E. Voslarova, B. Janackova, M. Malena. (2006) “Effects of travel distance and the season of the year on death rates of broilers transported to poultry processing plants.” Poultry Science 85:1881-1884.

  • Whiting, T.L., M.E. Drain and D.P. Rasali. (2007) “Warm weather transport of broiler chickens in Manitoba. II. Truck management factors associated with death loss in transit to slaughter.” Canada Veterinary Journal 48: 148-154.

  • Zhang, L., H.Y. Yue, H.J. Zhang, L. Xu, S.G. Wu, H.J. Yan, Y.S. Gong, and G.H. Qi. (2009) “Transport stress in broilers: I. Blood metabolism, glycolytic potential, and meat quality.” Poultry Science 88: 2033 - 2041.


  • Allain, V., L. Mirabito, C. Arnould, M. Colas, S. Le Bouquin, C. Lupo, V. Michel. (2009) “Skin lesions in broiler chickens measured at the slaughterhouse: relationships between lesions and between their prevalence and rearing factors.” British Poultry Science 50: 407-417.

  • Barnett, J.L., G.M. Cronin, P.C. Scott. (2007) “Behavioural responses of poultry during kosher slaughter and their implications for the birds’ welfare.” Veterinary Record 160:45-49.

  • Bedanova, I., E. Voslarova, P. Chloupek, V. Pistekova, P. Suchy, J. Blahova, R. Dobsikova, and V. Vecerek. (2007) “Stress in broilers resulting from shackling.”

  • Byrd, J.A., B.M. Hargis, D.J. Caldwell, R.H. Bailey, K.L. Herron, J.L. McReynolds, R.L. Brewer, R.C. Anderson, K.M. Bischoff, T.R. Callaway, and L.F. Kubena. (2001) “Effect of lactic acid administration in the drinking water during preslaughter feed withdrawal on salmonella and campylobacter contamination of broilers.” Poultry Science 80:278–283.

  • Delezie, E., Q. Swennen, J. Buyse and E. Decuypere. (2007) “The effect of feed withdrawal and crating density in transit on metabolism and meat quality of broilers at slaughter weight.” Poultry Science 86:1414-1423.

  • Gentle, M.J., V.L. Tilston. (2000). “Nociceptors in the legs of poultry: implications for potential pain in preslaughter shackling.” Animal Welfare 9:227-236.

  • Gregory, N.G. and J.C. Bell. (1987) “Duration of wing flapping in chickens shackled before slaughter.” Veterinary Record 121: 567-569.

  • Gregory, N.G. and S.B. Wotton (1994) “Effect of electrical stunning current on the duration of insensibility in hens.” British Poultry Science 35: 463-465.

  • Haslam, S.M., T.G. Knowles, S.N. Brown, L.J. Wilkins, S.C. Kestin, P.D. Warriss, C.J. Nicol. (2010) “Prevalence and factors associated with it, of birds dead on arrival at the slaughterhouse and other rejection conditions in broiler chickens.” British Poultry Science 49: 685-696.

  • Hindle, V.A., E. Lambooji, H.G.M. Reimert, L.D. Workel, M.A. Gerritzen. (2010) “Animal welfare concerns during the use of the water bath for stunning broilers, hens and ducks.” Poultry Science 89: 401-412.

  • Jones, B.R., D.G. Satterlee, G.G. Cadd. (1998) “Struggling responses of broiler chickens shackled in groups on a moving line: effects of light intensity, hoods, and ‘curtains’.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 58: 341–352.

  • Jones, E.K.M., C.M. Wathes, and A.J.F. Webster. (2005) “Avoidance of atmospheric ammonia by domestic fowl and the effect of early experience.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 90: 293–308.

  • McNeal, W.D., D.L. Fletcher, and R.J. Buhr. (2003) “Effects of stunning and decapitation on broiler activity during bleeding, blood loss, carcass, and breast meat quality.” Poultry Science, 82:163-168.

  • Raj, A.B.M. (2003) “A critical appraisal of electrical stunning in chickens.” World’s Poultry Science Journal 59: 89-98.

  • RAJ, M. (1998) “Welfare during stunning and slaughter of poultry.” Poultry Science 77: 1815-1819.

  • Sparrey, J.M., and P.J. Kettlewell. (1994) “Shakling of Poultry: is it a welfare problem?” World’s Poultry Science Journal 50: 167-176.

  • E. M. C. Terlouw, C. Arnould, B. Auperin, C. Berri, E. Le Bihan-Duval, V. Deiss, F. Lefèvre, B. J. Lensink and L. Mounier (2008) “Pre-slaughter conditions, animal stress and welfare: current status and possible future research.” Animal 2: 1501-1517.

  • Nijdam, E., E. Delezie, E. Lambooij, M.J. Nabuurs, E. Decuypere, J.A. Stegeman. (2005) “Comparison of bruises and mortality, stress parameters, and meat quality in manually and mechanically caught broilers.” Poultry Science 84:467-477.

Duck Behavior:

  • Deviche, P. (1979). “Effects of testosterone propionate and pituitary-adrenal hormones on the social behavior of male ducklings (Anas platyrhynchos L.) In two test situations.” Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 49(1): 77-86.

  • Eiserer, L.A., H.S. Hoffman. (1973). “Priming of ducklings’ responses by presenting an imprinted stimulus.” Journal of Comparative Phsiological Psychology 82(3): 345-359.

  • Lee, S.R., Y.P. Lee, B.J. Chen. (1992). “Diurnal behavior patterns of cage-reared brown Tsaiya ducks (Anas platyrhynchos var. domestica).” Applied Animal Behavior Science 34(3): 255-262.

Turkey Behavior:

  • Crowe, R., J.M. Forbes. (1999.)” Effects of four different environmental enrichment treatments on pecking behavior in turkeys.” British Poultry Science 40: 11-12.

  • Hocking, P.M., S. R. Duff. (1989). “Musculo-skeletal lesions in adult male broiler breeder fowls and their relationships with body weight and fertility at 60 weeks of age.” British Poultry Science 30(4): 777-784.

  • Hocking, P.M., M.H. Maxwell, M.A. Mitchell. (1999). “Welfare of food restricted male and female turkeys.” British Poultry Science 40: 19-29.

  • Martrenchar, A., D. Huonnic, J.P. Cotte, E. Boilletot, J.P. Morisse. (1999). “Influence of stocking density on behavioral, health and productivity traits in turkeys in large flocks.” British Poultry Science 40: 323-331.

  • Martrenchar, A., D. Huonnic, J.P. Cotte. (2001). “Influence of environmental enrichment on injurious pecking and perching behavior in young turkeys.” British Poultry Science 42: 161-170.

  • Mayne, R.K., P.M. Hocking, R.W. Else. (2006). “Foot pad dermatitis develops at an early age in commercial turkeys.” British Poultry Science 47: 36-42.

  • Mench, J.A. (2002). “Broiler breeders: Feed restriction and welfare.” World’s Poultry Science Journal 58: 23-29.

  • Sherwin, C.M., A. Kelland. (1998). “Time-budgets, comfort behaviors and injurious pecking of turkeys housed in pairs.” British Poultry Science 39: 325-332.

  • Wylie, L.M., G.W. Robertson, M.G. MacLeod, P.M. Hocking. (2001). “Effects of ambient temperature and restricted feeding on the growth of feathers in growing turkeys.” British Poultry Science 42: 449-455.

Poultry Systems:

  • Dayen, M., H.H. Fiedler. (1990). “Intensive raising of Muscovy ducks.” Deutsche tierärztliche Wochenschrift 97(4): 149-151.

  • Kahler, S.C. (2005). “Farm visits influence foie gras vote.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 227(5): 688-689.


Dairy Cow Behavior:

  • Munksgaard, L., A.M. de Passille, 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.

  • Munksgaard, L., M.B. Jensen, L.J. Pedersen, S.W. Hansen, L. Matthews. (2005). “Quantifying behavioral priorities- effects of time constraints on behavior of dairy cows, Bos taurus.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 92: 3-14.

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

  • Sandem, A.I., B.O. Braastad. (2005). “Effects of cow-calf separation on visible eye white and behavior in dairy cows- a brief report.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 95: 233-239.

  • Senn, M., L.B. Dürst, A. Kaufmann, W. Langhans. (1995). “Feeding patterns of lactating cows of three different breeds fed hay, corn silage, and grass silage.” Physiology & Behavior 58: 229-236.

  • Tom, E., I.J.H, Duncan, T.M. Widowski, K.G. Bateman, K.E. Leslie. (2002). “Effects of tail docking using a rubber ring with or without anesthetic on behavior and production of lactating cows.” Journal of Dairy Science 85(9): 2257-2265.

Dairy Cow Milking Issues:

  • Barkema, H.W., J.D. Van der Ploeg, Y.H. Schukken, T.J.G.M. Lam, G. Benedictus, A. Brand. (1999). “Management style and its association with bulk milk somatic cell count and incidence rate of clinical mastitis.” Journal of Dairy Science 82: 1655-1663.

  • Beerda B., J.E. Kornalijnslijper, J.T.N. van der Werf, E.N. Noordhuizen-Stassen, H. Hopster. (2004). “Effects of milk production capacity and metabolic status on HPA function in early postpartum dairy cows.” Journal of Dairy Science 87: 2094–2102.

  • Einarson, M.S., J.C. Plaizier, K.M. Wittenberg. (2004). “Effects of barley silage chop length on productivity and rumen conditions of lactating dairy cows fed a total mixed ration.” Journal of Dairy Science 87: 2987-2996.

  • Green, L.E., V.J. Hedges, Y.H. Schukken, R.W. Blowey, A.J. Packingtion. (2002). “The impact of clinical lameness on the milk yield of dairy cows.” Journal of Dairy Science 85: 2250–2256.

  • Krohn, C. (2001). “Effects of different suckling systems on milk production, udder health, reproduction, calf growth and some behavioural aspects in high producing dairy cows - a review.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 72(3): 271-280.

  • Liesegang, A., R. Eicher, M.L, Sassi, J. Risteli, M. Kraenzlin, J.L. Riond, M. Wanner. (2000). “Biochemical markers of bone formation and resorption around parturition and during lactation in dairy cows with high and low standard milk yields.” Journal of Dairy

Science 83: 1773-1781.

  • Munksgaard, L., A.M. de Passille, 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.

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

  • Schreiner, D.A., P.L. Ruegg. (2002). “Effects of tail docking on milk quality and cow cleanliness.” Journal of Dairy Science 85(10): 2503-2511.

  • Tom, E., I.J.H. Duncan, T.M. Widowski, K.G. Bateman, K.E. Leslie. (2002). “Effects of tail docking using a rubber ring with or without anesthetic on behavior and production of lactating cows.” Journal of Dairy Science 85(9): 2257-2265.

  • Uetake, K., J.F. Hurnik, L. Johnson. (1997). “Effect of music on voluntary approach of dairy cows to an automatic milking system.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 53(3): 175-182.

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