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Habituating Antelope and Bison to Cooperate with Veterinary Procedures
A study that involved conditioning antelope and bison calves over a a number of days so that the animals would not panic so that veterinarian procedures like blood sampling would be performed on a calm animal.
Chapter 10: Antemortem Handling and Welfare
The chapter discusses the following topics: Continuous Measurement and Monitoring, Meat Quality Correlations, How Stressful is Slaughter?, Causes of Poor Welfare Audit Scores, Animal Vision, Hearing and Smell, Basic ...
The Welfare of pigs during Transport and Slaughter
The article researches "electric stunning, carbon dioxide stunning, pig behaviour during handling, return to sensibility, facility design, truck loading, density and transport stress".
Transferring Results of Behavioral Research to Industry to Improve Animal Welfare on the Farm, Ranch and the Slaughter Plant
The article focuses on three results of the study: "(1)Communicate your results outside the research. Write articles in popular and industry magazines. Speak at producer meetings and develop websites that can be used ...
Welfare of Cattle during Slaughter and the Prevention of Nonambulatory (downer) cattle
The article focuses on keeping cattle calm and removing distractions that would scare cattle back from the chute.
Progress and Challenges in Animal Handling and Slaughter in the U.S.
The article discusses the McDonald's Corporation audit and the ways to improve the handling of livestock on the way to slaughter.