Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic

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Dairy Cow Tail Docking:

  • Eicher, S.D., J.W. Dailey. (2002). “Indicators of acute pain and fly avoidance behaviors in Holstein calves following tail-docking.” Journal of Dairy Science 85(11): 2850-2858.

  • Eicher, S.D., J.L. Morrow-Tesch, J.L. Albright, R.E. Williams. (2001). “Tail-docking alters fly numbers, fly-avoidance behaviors, and cleanliness, but not physiological measures.” Journal of Dairy Science 84(8): 1822-1828.

  • 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.

  • Schreiner, D.A., P.L. Ruegg. (2002). “Responses to tail docking in calves and heifers.” Journal of Dairy Science 85(12): 3287-3296.

  • Stull, C., M.A. Payne, S.L. Berry, P.J. Hullinger. (2002). “Evaluation of the scientific justification for tail docking in dairy cattle.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 220(9): 1298-1303.

  • 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 Housing:

  • Dahl, G.E, D. Petitclerc. (2003). “Management of photoperiod in the dairy herd for improved production and health.” Journal of Animal Science 81:11-17.

  • Halachmi, I. (2004). “Designing the automatic milking farm in a hot climate.” Journal of Dairy Science 87(3): 764-775.

  • Manninen, E., A.M. de Passille, J. Rushen, M. Norring, H. Salomiemi. (2002). “Preferences of dairy cows kept in unheated buildings for different kind of cubicle flooring.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 75(4): 281-292.

  • Tuyttens, F.A.M. (2005). “The importance of straw for pig and cattle welfare: a review.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 92(3):261-282.

Dairy Cow Lameness:

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

Calf General:

  • Eicher, S.D., J.L. Morrill, F. Blecha. (1994). “Vitamin concentration and function of leukocytes from dairy calves supplemented with vitamin A, vitamin E, and beta-carotene in vitro.” Journal of Dairy Science. 77: 560-565.

  • 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.

Calf Suckling Behavior:

  • De Passillé, A.M. (2001). “Sucking motivation and related problems in calves.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 72(3): 175-187.

  • Flower, F., D. Weary. (2003). “The effects of early separation on the dairy cow and calf.” Animal Welfare 12: 339-348.

  • Hammell, K.L., J.H.M. Metz, P. Mekking. (1988). “Sucking behavior of dairy calves fed milk ad libitum by bucket or teat.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 20: 275-285.

  • Jensen, P., G. Stangel, B. Algers. (1991). “Nursing and suckling behavior of semi-naturally kept pigs during the first 10 days postpartum.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 31:195-209.

  • Keil, N., W. Langhans. (2001). “The development of intersucking in dairy calves around weaning.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 72(4): 295-308.

Calf Dehorning:

  • Faulkner, P.M., D.M. Weary. (2000). “Reducing pain after dehorning in dairy calves.” Journal of Dairy Science 83: 2037-2041.


  • Bokkers, E.A.M., P. Koene. (2001). “Activity, oral behavior and slaughter data as welfare indicators in veal calves: a comparison of three housing systems.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 75:1-15.

  • Mattiello, S., E. Canali, V. Ferrante, M. Caniatti, F. Gottardo, G. Cozzi, I. Andrighetto, M. Verga. (2002). “The provision of solid feeds to veal calves: II. Behavior, physiology, and abomasal damage.” Journal of Animal Science 80: 367-375.

  • Neindre, P.L. (1993). “Evaluating housing systems for veal calves.” Journal of Animal Science 71: 1345-1354.

  • Xiccato, G., A. Trocino, P.I. Queaque, A. Sartori, A. Carazzolo. (2002). “Rearing veal calves with respect to animal welfare: effects of group housing and solid feed supplementation on growth performance and meat quality.” Livestock Production Science 75(3): 269-280.



  • Galyean, M. L., L. J. Perino, and G. C. Duff. (1999). “Interaction of cattle health/immunity and nutrition. “ Journal of Animal Science 77:1120-1134.

  • Humane Farm Animal Care Scientific Committee. 2004. “Humane Farm Animal care Animal Care Standards: Beef Cattle.” Humane Farm Animal Care: 1-27.

Beef Housing:

  • 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: 237-243.

  • Tuyttens, F.A.M. (2005). “The importance of straw for pig and cattle welfare: a review.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 92:261-282.

Castration and Tail Docking:

  • Robertson, I., 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.

  • Ting, S. (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.

  • 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.

Beef Calf Weaning:

  • Haley, D.B., D.W. Bailey, and J.M. Stookey. (2005). “The effects of weaning beef calves in two stages on their behavior and growth rates.” Journal of Animal Science 83:2205-2214.

  • Hickey, M.C., M. Drennan, and B. Earley. (2003). “The effect of abrupt weaning of suckler calves on the plasma concentrations of cortisol, catecholamines, leukocytes, acute phase proteins and in vitro interferon-gamma production.” Journal of Animal Science 81:2847-2855.

  • Lay Jr, D.C., T.H. Friend, R.D. Randel, C.L. Bowers, K.K. Grissom, D.A. Neuendorff, O.C. Jenkins. (1998). “Effects of restricted nursing on physiological and behavioral reactions of Brahman calves to subsequent restraint and weaning.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 56:109-199.

  • Lefcourt, A.M., and T.H. Elsasser. (1995). “Adrenal responses of Angus x Hereford cattle to the stress of weaning.” Journal of Animal Science 73:2669-2676.

  • Mackenzie, A.M., M. Drennan, T.G. Rowan, J.B. Dixon, S.D. Carter. (1997). “Effect of transportation and weaning on humoral immune responses of calves.” Research in Veterinary Science 63(3):227-230.

  • Pollock, J.M., T.G. Rowan, J.B. Dixon, S.D. Carter, D. Spiller, H. Warenius. (1993). ” Alteration of cellular immune responses by nutrition and weaning in calves.” Research in Veterinary Science 55(3):298-305.

  • Price, E.O., J.E. Harris, R.E. Borgwardt, M.L. Sween, J.M. Conner. (2003). “Fenceline contact of beef calves with their dams at weaning reduces the negative effects of separation on behavior and growth rate.” Journal of Animal Science 81:116-121.

  • Reinhardt, V., A. Reinhardt. (1981). “Natural sucking performance and age of weaning in zebu cattle (Bos indicus).” Journal of Agricultural Science. 96:309-312.

  • Veissier, I., P. Le Neindre. (1989). “Weaning in calves: Its effects on social organization.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 24(1):43-54.

  • Veissier, I., D. Lamy, P. Le Neindre. (1990). Social behaviour in domestic beef cattle when yearling calves are left with the cows for the next calving. Applied Animal Behavior Science 27(3):193-200.

Cattle Slaughter:

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

  • Grandin, T. (2001). “Welfare of cattle during slaughter and the prevention of nonambulatory (downer) cattle.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 219(10): 1377-1382.

Cattle Handling and Transport:

  • Grandin, T. (1993). “Teaching Principles of Behavior and Equipment Design for Handling Livestock.” Journal of Animal Science 71:1065-1070.

  • Grandin, T. (1997). “Assessment of Stress During Handling and Transport.” Journal of Animal Science 75:249-257.

  • Maria, G.A., M. Villarroel, G. Chacon, G. Gebresenbet. (2004). “Scoring system for evaluating the stress to cattle of commercial loading and unloading.” The Veterinary Record 154:818-821.

  • Swanson J.C., J. Morrow-Tesch. (2001). “Cattle transport: Historical, research, and future perspectives.” Journal of Animal Science 79(E. Suppl.):E102–E109.


Sheep and Goats:

  • Dwyer, C.M., H.L.I. Bornett. (2004). “Chronic stress in sheep: assessment tools and their use in different management conditions.” Animal Welfare 13(3):293-304.

  • Dwyer, C., A. Lawrence. (2005). “A review of the behavioral and physiological adaptations of hill and lowland breeds of sheep that favor lamb survival.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 92(3): 235-260.

  • Hafez, E.S.E., R.B. Cairns, et al. (1969). “The behaviour of sheep and goats.” In: Hafez E.S.E. Editors. Behaviour of Domestic Animals. London: Bailliere Tyndall and Cox p. 296-348.

  • Gonyou, H. (2003). “Sheep and Goats.” South Dakota State University Extension and Research

  • Neary, M. (1992). “Management of ewes and lambs at weaning.” Purdue University Extension

  • Thamsborg, S.M., R.J. Jorgensen, H. Ranvig, P. Bartlett, P.J. Waller, P. Nansen. (1998). “The performance of grazing sheep in relation to stocking rate and exposure to nematode infections.” Livestock Production Science 53(3):265-277.

  • Wemelsfelder, F., M. Farish. (2004). “Qualitative categories for the interpretation of sheep welfare: a review.” Animal Welfare 13(3):261-268.

Tail Docking/Castration of Lambs:

  • Archer, N., A. Johnston, M. Khalid. (2004). “Differences in the acute pain responses of two breeds of lamb following castration and tail docking with the rubber ring method.” Animal Welfare 13(2): 135-141.

  • Graham, M.J., J.E. Kent, V. Molony. (2002). “The influence of the site of application on the behavioral responses of lambs to tail docking by rubber ring.” Veterinary Journal 164(3): 240-243.

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

  • Landa, L. (2003). “The effect of milk suckling from the dam or glucose administration on the behavioral responses to tail docking in lambs.” Acta Veterinaria Brno 72(2): 175-182.

  • Mellor, D., K.J. Stafford, S.E. Todd, T.E. Lowe, N.G. Gregory, R.A. Bruce, R.N. Ward. (2002). “A comparison of catecholamine and cortisol responses of young lambs and valves to painful husbandry procedures.” Australian Veterinary Journal 80(4): 228-233.

  • Molony, V., J.E. 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.J. 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.

Sheep Social Behavior:

  • Ligout, S., R. Porter. (2004). “Effect of maternal presence on the development of social relationships among lambs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 88: 47-59.

  • Neary, M. (1992). “Management of ewes and lambs at weaning.” Purdue University Extension



Goat Natural Behavior:

  • Addison, W.E., E. Baker. (1982). “Agonistic behavior and social organization in a herd of goats as affected by the introduction of non-members.” Applied Animal Ethology 8: 527–535.

  • Andersen I. L., K.E. Boe. (2007). “Resting pattern and social interactions in goats--The impact of size and organization of lying space.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 108:89-103.

  • Elgar, M. (1989). “Predator vigilance and group size in mammals and birds: a critical review of the empirical literature.” Biological Review 64(1): 13-33.

  • Fernandes, M., K. Resende, L. Tedeschi, J. Fernandes Jr., H. Silva, G. Carstens, T. Berchielli, I. Teixeira, L. Akinage. (2007). “Energy and protein requirements for maintenance and growth of Boer crossbred kids”. Journal of Animal Science 85: 1014-1023.

  • Hafez, E.S.E., R.B. Cairns, et al. (1969). “The behaviour of sheep and goats.” In: Hafez E.S.E.(Ed), Behaviour of Domestic Animals. Bailliere Tyndall and Cox, London, pp. 296-348.

  • Husband, T.P., P.B. Davies. (1984). “Ecology and behavior of the Cretan agrimi.” Canadian Journal of Zoology. 62(3): 411-420.

  • O'Brien, P.H. (1984). “Feral goat home range: Influence of social class and environmental variables.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 12(4): 373-385.

  • O'Brien, P.H. (1984). “Leavers and stayers: Maternal post-partum strategies in feral goats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 12(3): 233-243.

  • O'Brien, P.H. (1988). “Feral goat social organization: A review and comparative analysis.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 21(3): 209-221.

  • Orgeur, P., P. Mimouni, J.P. Signoret. (1990). “The influence of rearing conditions on the social relationships of young male goats (Capra hircus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 27: 105-113.

  • Shackleton, D.M., C.C. Shank. (1984). “A review of the social behavior of feral and wild sheep and goats.” Journal of Animal Science 58: 500-509.

  • Shank, C.C. (1972). “Some aspects of social behaviour in a population of feral goats (Capra hircus L.).” Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie. 30: 488-528.

  • Smelser, R. E. (1991). “American pygmy goat origins and management.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 29: 506.

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