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Farm Animal Well-Being: Stress Physiology,…

Farm Animal Well-Being: Stress Physiology, Animal Behavior and…

by Solon A. Ewing

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A complete reference source on a wide range of issues and specifications related to animal care, facilities and management systems, this timely and practical guide offers readers a better understanding of the basic principles of environmental stress and its impacts on both the physical and mental states of farm animals. Discusses the broad range of environmental needs of animals, how these needs are met, and why providing an adequate environment is critical to animal well-being as well as economics in animal enterprises. Offers a concise review of considerations relating to public and industry concerns about farm animal care and well-being, and includes an overview of historical aspects of the animal welfare issue. Examines characteristics of stressful environments and how these may impact animal well-being, and provides extensive coverage of both theoretical and applied fundamentals in relation to physical, dietary, and social needs of major species of farm animals. For professionals serving the farm animal sector

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