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Protecting farm animals from hunger and thirst is central to good welfare. However, there are a large number of situations where farm animals are exposed to nutrient restriction. Some of these, such as the effects of prenatal nutrition have received insufficient recognition as welfare issues. Genera...
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Shelters are potentially stressful environments for singly housed cats. The behaviour and faecal glucocorticoid metabolite (FGM) responses were examined in six shelter cats caged singularly for 30 days. Raised faecal glucocorticoid metabolite (FGM) concentrations and Cat-Stress-Scores (CSS) together...
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This chapter discusses the animal welfare implications of sheep transport, particularly sheep behaviour during road transport, the injuries associated with transport, stress response and thermoregulation and effects of transport on weight loss, meat quality and food safety. A brief discussion of sea...
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The welfare of horses transported for slaughter is a growing concern in several countries, including Canada, Iceland and the United States of America (USA). Slaughter of horses involves transportation of horses to a regulated facility and slaughter procedures such as lairage and stunning. The main o...