Behaviour and welfare of extensively farmed animals

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Statementguest editors: Michael C. Appleby, Alistair B. Lawrence, Barry O. Hughes.
ContributionsAppleby, M. C., Lawrence, Alistair B., Hughes, Barry O., Scottish Centre for Animal Welfare Sciences., European Association for Animal Production.
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Three loose housing systems for lactating cows (compost bedded pack, CBP; conventional bedded pack, BP; and freestalls, FS) were assessed on one farm in terms of cow behavior and welfare. An on-farm welfare assessment based on the Welfare Quality protocols was used four times every three months on.

In its meetings, the Farm Animal Welfare Council has consulted with industry experts and has discussed the essential behavioural needs of the following farmed animals: cattle, pigs, chickens, rainbow trout, mink, farmed arctic foxes, foxes, raccoon dogs, sheep and goats.

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Michael Calvert Appleby OBE is a British ethologist and animal welfare scientist, especially for farm animals. He obtained a BSc in Zoology at the University of Bristol and a PhD in Animal Behaviour at King's College, then spent 20 years at the Poultry Research Centre in Scotland and the University of Edinburgh researching behaviour, husbandry, and welfare of farm animals.

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In this study, expert consensus, using a modified Delphi approach, was used to prioritise welfare issues of farmed and companion animals in the UK. Methods The study involved experts, divided between eight. Improved ways to communicate animal behaviour and welfare knowledge to animal owners, particularly pre-purchase, may also improve animal welfare.

Fiona Rioja-Lang Fiona Rioja-Lang, BSc, MSc, PhD, is a Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh and specialises in ethology and farm animal welfare.

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Livestock Production Science 67 () 1–18 / locate / livprodsci Review articleEffects of heat stress on the welfare of extensively managed domestic ruminants Nissim Silanikove*Institute of Animal Science, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Centre, P.O.

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