Human–Livestock Interactions – The Stockperson and the Productivity and Welfare of Intensively Farmed Animals. P.H. Hemsworth and G.J. Coleman

@article{Fielding2004HumanLivestockI,
  title={Human–Livestock Interactions – The Stockperson and the Productivity and Welfare of Intensively Farmed Animals. P.H. Hemsworth and G.J. Coleman},
  author={Denis Fielding},
  journal={Veterinary Research Communications},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={264-264}
}
One often hears the call for more interdisciplinary studies and texts. This book is the work of two authors who have heard this call and responded to it in a very positive and productive way. Applied research in animal and veterinary science, animal welfare and human psychology are drawn upon to make practical recommendations that will bene¢t both stockpersons and intensively kept animals. In all there are eight chapters dealing with the following topics: the stockperson as a professional; the… CONTINUE READING

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