Humane Livestock Handling

Humane Livestock Handling Author Temple Grandin
ISBN-10 9781603420280
Release 2008
Pages 227
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Provides a guide for handling livestock animals, focusing on more humane treatment techniques, and discusses planning and designing a handling facility, corral and loading ramp layouts for ranches, and other related topics.



Efficient Livestock Handling

Efficient Livestock Handling Author Bonnie V. Beaver
ISBN-10 9780124172876
Release 2015-10-27
Pages 230
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Efficient Livestock Handling: The Practical Application of Animal Welfare and Behavioral Science brings together the science-based disciplines of animal behavior and welfare to discuss how knowledge of one area (behavior) can be used to promote the other. Emphasis is on cattle and horses, but swine, sheep, and goats are also covered. Three major areas are included and integrated into a practical approach to working with the various species. Basic behavior as it applies to handling is discussed, with differences noted between species. The connections of behavior and handling are covered, and practical applications discussed, both with a liberal use of pictures and videos to bring the concepts to life. Incorporates a clear, approachable style for researchers and practitioners alike, facilitating understanding of the techniques described Features supplementary video content on a companion site, providing practical demonstration of the topics discussed in the work and a useful tool for learning the concepts presented Includes extensive references, increasing the book's utility for serious researchers as well as those who want to implement better handling practices



Animal Rights and Welfare A Documentary and Reference Guide

Animal Rights and Welfare  A Documentary and Reference Guide Author Lawrence W. Baker
ISBN-10 9781610699433
Release 2015-04-21
Pages 351
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Through the use of primary source documents, readers can learn about key opinions and legislation in the important field of animal rights and welfare—a current and highly relevant topic. • Provides extensive coverage of a variety of topics, ranging from historic events and information to the latest developments in the field of animal rights and welfare • Presents an impartial, balanced representation of various political/moral perspectives on the issues in animals rights and welfare • Offers primary source material—such as the Wild Horse Annie Act of 1959—that enables readers to review the exact text of important legislation • Gives readers the resources to draw their own informed conclusions by providing opposing perspectives on often-polarizing animal rights and welfare issues, such as the morality of using animals for industrial and medical research, restoring wolves to former hunting grounds, and keeping highly intelligent dolphins and Orcas in captivity • Includes supplemental material that provides additional context



Temple Grandin

Temple Grandin Author Annette Wood
ISBN-10 9781510706620
Release 2016-08-23
Pages 232
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Since Temple Grandin's life story was told in the 15 x Emmy-nominated film Temple Grandin, and since her heartwarming speech at the award ceremony, she has become one of the world's most well-known members of its community. In this fascinating biography, Annette Wood delves deep into Grandin's life from childhood to adulthood. Wood tells of the trials and tribulations of the icon: What difficulties Grandin struggled with and how she's become a hero for the autistic community. She also tells what Temple has done since the movie came out, where she is today, what kind of difference she's made, and what her future holds. For the 22 million people worldwide afflicted by autism and the countless friends and family members who support them, this brilliant portrait presents an up-close look at the disorder and renewed hope for what the future could bring for those on all levels of the spectrum.



The Animal in Ottoman Egypt

The Animal in Ottoman Egypt Author Alan Mikhail
ISBN-10 9780199315284
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 336
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Since humans first emerged as a distinct species, they have eaten, fought, prayed, and moved with other animals. In this stunningly original and conceptually rich book, historian Alan Mikhail puts the history of human-animal relations at the center of transformations in the Ottoman Empire from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Mikhail uses the history of the empire's most important province, Egypt, to explain how human interactions with livestock, dogs, and charismatic megafauna changed more in a few centuries than they had for millennia. The human world became one in which animals' social and economic functions were diminished. Without animals, humans had to remake the societies they had built around intimate and cooperative interactions between species. The political and even evolutionary consequences of this separation of people and animals were wrenching and often violent. This book's interspecies histories underscore continuities between the early modern period and the nineteenth century and help to reconcile Ottoman and Arab histories. Further, the book highlights the importance of integrating Ottoman history with issues in animal studies, economic history, early modern history, and environmental history. Carefully crafted and compellingly argued, The Animal in Ottoman Egypt tells the story of the high price humans and animals paid as they entered the modern world.



Storey s Guide to Raising Miniature Livestock

Storey s Guide to Raising Miniature Livestock Author Sue Weaver
ISBN-10 9781603426787
Release 2012-11-02
Pages 453
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Whether you want to the make most of a small plot of land or add diversity to a large farm, raising miniature livestock can be a fun and profitable experience. With expert advice on choosing a breed that suits your needs, Sue Weaver shows you how to house, feed, and care for miniature goats, sheep, donkeys, pigs, horses, cattle, and llamas. You’ll be inspired by profiles of successful breeders as you learn everything you need to know to keep your miniature livestock healthy and productive.



The Butcher s Apprentice

The Butcher s Apprentice Author Aliza Green
ISBN-10 9781592537761
Release 2012-06-01
Pages 176
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The masters in The Butcher’s Apprentice teach you all the old-world, classic meat-cutting skills you need to prepare fresh cuts at home. Through extensive, diverse profiles and cutting lessons, butchers, food advocates, meat-loving chefs, and more share their expertise. Inside, you'll find hundreds of full-color, detailed step-by-step photographs of cutting beef, pork, poultry, game, goat, organs, and more, as well as tips and techniques on using the whole beast for true nose-to-tail eating. Whether you're a casual cook or a devoted gourmand, you'll learn even more ways to buy, prepare, serve, and savor all types of artisan meat cuts with this skillful guide.



The Real Cost of Cheap Food

The Real Cost of Cheap Food Author Michael Carolan
ISBN-10 9781136529771
Release 2013-10-30
Pages 288
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Remediating deficits and managing disabilities has been a central preoccupation for clinical psychologists. Positive Psychology, in contrast, is concerned with the enhancement of happiness and well-being, involving the scientific study of the role of personal strengths and positive social systems in the promotion of optimal wellbeing. Alan Carr's Positive Psychology has become essential reading for anyone requiring a thorough and accessible introduction to the field. This new edition retains all the features that made the first edition so popular, including: accounts of major theories and relevant research learning objectives chapter summaries research and personal development questions suggestions for further reading measures for use in research glossaries of new terms. The book has also been completely updated to take account of recent research and major advances, and includes a new chapter on Positive Psychotherapy, an extended account of research on character strengths and virtues, and a discussion of recent ground-breaking research on emotional intelligence. This new edition of Positive Psychology will prove a valuable resource for psychology students and lecturers, as well as those involved in postgraduate training in related areas such as clinical psychology, social work, counselling and psychotherapy.



Livestock Handling and Transport 4th Edition

Livestock Handling and Transport  4th Edition Author Temple Grandin
ISBN-10 9781780643212
Release 2014-06-17
Pages 496
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Edited by world-renowned animal scientist Dr. Temple Grandin, this practical book integrates scientific research and industry literature on cattle, pigs, poultry, sheep, goats, deer, and horses, in both the developed and developing world, to provide a practical guide to humane handling and minimizing animal stress. Reviewing the latest research on transport systems, restraint methods and facilities for farms and slaughterhouses, this fully updated fourth edition of Livestock Handling and Transport includes new coverage of animal handling in South America, and reviews extensive new research on pig transportation in North America



Agricultural Medicine

Agricultural Medicine Author Kelley J. Donham
ISBN-10 9781118647202
Release 2016-06-13
Pages 600
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Newly updated, Agricultural Medicine: Rural Occupational Health, Safety, and Prevention, Second Editionis a groundbreaking and comprehensive textbook and reference for students and practitioners of public health, and professionals in the field of rural agricultural occupational health and safety. The book introduces specific occupational and environmental health and safety issues faced by agricultural workers and rural residents, and provides a roadmap to establishing sustainable worker and public health support in agricultural communities. Responding to reader demand, Agricultural Medicine, Second Edition now features more case studies, key point summaries, and new international perspective chapters comparing North American health and agricultural practices to those in Europe, the Asia Pacific, and South America. Agricultural health and safety engages a multidisciplinary team of medical professionals, veterinarians, safety professionals, engineers, sociologists, epidemiologists, and psychologists, for whom this book serves as an essential resource.



Temple Grandin s Guide to Working with Farm Animals

Temple Grandin s Guide to Working with Farm Animals Author Temple Grandin
ISBN-10 9781612127453
Release 2017-05-02
Pages 192
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Award-winning author Temple Grandin is famous for her groundbreaking approach to decoding animal behavior. Now she extends her expert guidance to small-scale farming operations. Grandin’s fascinating explanations of how herd animals think — describing their senses, fears, instincts, and memories — and how to analyze their behavior, will help you handle your livestock more safely and effectively. You’ll learn to become a skilled observer of animal movement and behavior, and detailed illustrations will help you set up simple and efficient facilities for managing a small herd of 3 to 25 cattle or pigs, or 5 to 100 goats or sheep.



Animals in Translation

Animals in Translation Author Temple Grandin
ISBN-10 9781439130841
Release 2009-08-11
Pages 368
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In this exciting new e edition, Temple Grandin returns to her groundbreaking work, Animals in Translation, to address the last ten years of developments in behavioral research, animal welfare, and farming regulations. Originally published in 2005, Animals in Translation received unanimous critical praise and was a bestseller in both hardcover and paperback, and Grandin’s Q&A updates this classic text with the most current scientific research. Grandin’s training as an animal scientist and her experience as a person with autism give her a perspective unlike any other expert in the field. Grandin and coauthor Catherine Johnson present their powerful theory that people with autism may be able to empathically understand animal behavior in a way that eludes neurotypical people—putting them in the ideal position to translate “animal talk.” Exploring animal fear, pain, aggression, love, friendship, communication, learning, and even genius, Grandin is a faithful guide into their world. Grandin, standing at the intersection of autism and animal science, offers unparalleled observations and extraordinary ideas, revealing that animals are smarter and more complex than anyone could have imagined.



Animals Make Us Human

Animals Make Us Human Author Temple Grandin
ISBN-10 9780547393957
Release 2010-01-12
Pages 352
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How can we give animals the best life-- for them? What does an animal need to be happy? In her groundbreaking, best-selling book Animals in Translation, Temple Grandin drew on her own experience with autism as well as her experience as an animal scientist to deliver extraordinary insights into how animals think, act, and feel. Now she builds on those insights to show us how to give our animals the best and happiest life-- on their terms, not ours. Knowing what causes animals physical pain is usually easy, but pinpointing emotional distress is much harder. Drawing on the latest research and her own work, Grandin identifies the core emotional needs of animals and then explains how to fulfill the specific needs of dogs and cats, horses, farm animals, zoo animals, and even wildlife. Whether it’s how to make the healthiest environment for the dog you must leave alone most of the day, how to keep pigs from being bored, or how to know if the lion pacing in the zoo is miserable or just exercising, Grandin teaches us to challenge our assumptions about animal contentment and honor our bond with our fellow creatures. Animals Make Us Human is the culmination of almost thirty years of research, experimentation, and experience. This is essential reading for anyone who’s ever owned, cared for, or simply cared about an animal.



Animal Welfare in Animal Agriculture

Animal Welfare in Animal Agriculture Author Wilson G. Pond
ISBN-10 9781439848425
Release 2011-11-23
Pages 333
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What constitutes animal welfare? With animals being used for companionship, service, research, food, fiber, and by-products, animal welfare is a topic of great interest and importance to society. As the world’s population continues to increase, a major challenge for society is the maintenance of a strong and viable food system, which is linked to the well-being and comfort of food animals. Animal Welfare in Animal Agriculture: Husbandry, Stewardship, and Sustainability in Animal Production explores the pressing issue of farm animal welfare in animal production systems in the United States and globally. A framework for open discussion on animal welfare, this multidisciplinary book brings together the perspectives of 40 highly qualified and recognized experts in their respective fields. Fourteen chapters address a range of topics that includes ethics, sociology, food safety, ecology, feed resources, biotechnology, government regulations, and sustainability, as well as animal comfort, health, and contributions to society. The book also offers a historical perspective on the growth of animal agriculture from family farms to industrial animal agriculture—and the impact this has had on society. Illustrating the diversity of viewpoints, the concept of animal welfare is defined from the perspectives of an ethicist and philosopher, a research scientist, a veterinarian, an industrialist, and an activist, as well as from the perspective of sustainability and product quality. Written primarily for students, but also highly relevant for professionals in varying fields of academia and industry, this timely book reveals important insights into animal welfare and animal agriculture. Unique in its depth, breadth, and balance, it underscores the need for dialogue on wide-ranging and often contentious issues related to animal production systems.



                              Author 마이클 캐롤런
ISBN-10 9788932964447
Release 2016-07-22
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모든 식품 체계의 목표는 예측 가능한 미래에 인류를 먹여 살리는 것이다. 하지만 저가 식품 체계는 이러한 목표를 성취할 의지가 없다. 그럴 능력 또한 없다. 콜로라도 주립 대학교 사회학과 교수 마이클 캐롤런의 [값싼 음식의 실제 가격]이 출간되었다. 캐롤런은 대학에서 학생들을 가르치며, 농업 정책, 환경, 식품 체계에 대해 활발한 연구 활동을 펼치는 동시에, 일반 독자들을 위한 관련 서적들을 꾸준히 펴내고 있다. 이 책은 우리가 싼값에 음식을 소비할 수 있는 이유가 현행 식품 체계의 비정상성에 있음을 밝힌다. 값싼 음식의 가격표 뒤에 가려져 있는 개인과 집단의 희생을 되짚어 문제의 심각성을 인식하고, 인류의 더 나은 미래와 상생의 길을 위한 대안을 제시하는 것이 저자가 이 책을 쓴 목적이다. 2003년 9월 10일, 전 세계 농민들이 모인 세계 무역 기구WTO 회의장 앞 시위 현장에서 한국의 농민 이경해는 WTO의 농업 정책을 비판하며 스스로 목숨을 끊었다. 그가 들고 있던 팸플릿에는 [WTO가 농민을 죽인다]라는 슬로건과 함께 [덤핑, 급증하는 수입 농작물, 정부 예산의 부족] 등의 문제로 무너져 버린 농민들의 생활과 [국제 곡물 가격이 매우 낮음에도 많은 저개발 국가들에 기아가 만연]한 현실을 고발하는 내용이 적혀 있었다. 캐롤런은 이 사건이 저가 식품 체계에 만연한 불합리성과 그것로부터 예상할 수 있는 비극적 결과를 단적으로 보여 준다고 말한다. 첨예한 찬반 대립 속에서도 저가 식품 체계는 10여 년이 지난 현재까지 지속되고 있다. 이러한 정책을 옹호하는 사람들의 논리는 무엇이고 어떻게 주류로 받아들여졌을까? 그들은 되도록 많은 사람들이 싼값에 음식을 소비할 수 있도록 함으로써, 즉 대량 생산과 효율성에 초점을 맞춤으로써 세계 식량 안보를 지킬 수 있다고 말한다. 지나치게 노동 집약적이고 비효율적인 전통적 소규모 농업은 전 인류를 먹여 살리기에는 발전 가능성이 낮다는 것이다. 따라서 새로운 농업 기술과 정부의 지원 등 구조적 변화가 필요하고, 이를 통해 증가하는 비농업 인구를 먹여 살리고 생산 이익을 도시에 재분배하는 등 공동체의 발전을 도모해야 한다는 것이 그들의 논리다.



Temple Grandin

Temple Grandin Author Sy Montgomery
ISBN-10 9780547733937
Release 2012-04-03
Pages 160
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When Temple Grandin was born, her parents knew that she was different. Years later she was diagnosed with autism. While Temple’s doctor recommended a hospital, her mother believed in her. Temple went to school instead. Today, Dr. Temple Grandin is a scientist and professor of animal science at Colorado State University. Her world-changing career revolutionized the livestock industry. As an advocate for autism, Temple uses her experience as an example of the unique contributions that autistic people can make. This compelling biography complete with Temple’s personal photos takes us inside her extraordinary mind and opens the door to a broader understanding of autism.



Improving Animal Welfare 2 Edition

Improving Animal Welfare  2 Edition Author Temple Grandin
ISBN-10 9781780644677
Release 2015-07-21
Pages 376
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By taking an entirely practical approach, this textbook aims to help those working with animals to apply methods for improving welfare, bridging the gap between scientific research and practical application. This book provides a guide to practical evaluation and auditing of welfare problems for farmed animals, emphasizing the importance of measuring conditions that compromise welfare such as lameness, or the use of electric goads. This second edition is fully updated with new literature, new, up to date coverage of pain management, and the addition of a new chapter on animal welfare in organic farming systems.