Farmers ’ Relationship with Different Animals : the Importance of Getting Close to the Animals . Case Studies of French , Swedish and Dutch Cattle , Pig and Poultry Farmers

  • B. B. BOCK M. M. VAN HUIK Wageningen University M. PRUTZER Göteborg University F. KLING EVEILLARD A. DOCKES Institute de l’Elevage
  • Published 2008


Intro erpell (2004) identified that human-animal relationships are subject to the two primary dimensions: those of affection and utility, which together combine to shape human attitudes towards animals. Serpell noted that animals with a high utility ‘often seem to be precluded from becoming the objects of people’s positive affections, presumably because… (More)

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