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Animal Welfare in Animal Agriculture

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ISBN-10: 1439848424

ISBN-13: 9781439848425

Edition: 2011

Authors: Wilson G. Pond, Fuller W. Bazer, Bernard E. Rollin

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Book details

Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: CRC Press
Publication date: 1/12/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 333
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Wilson G. Pond is a Visiting Professor at Cornell University, New York. Fuller W. Bazer is a Distinguished Professor at Texas A&M University. Bernard E. Rollin is a University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University.

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Roles of Animals in Society
Perspectives on Emergence of Contemporary Animal Agriculture in the Mid-twentieth Century: The Decline of Husbandry and the Rise of the Industrial Model
Contributions of Farm and Laboratory Animals to Society
Contributions of Animals in Human Service: A Two-Way Path
Treatment of Animals and Societal Concerns
The Opinions and Recommendations of One Particular Study Group: The Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production
Defining Agricultural Animal Welfare: Varying Viewpoints and Approaches
Contemporary Animal Agriculture: Rural Community Concerns in the United States
Implementing Effective Practices and Programs to Assess Animal Welfare
Animal Welfare: Synthesizing Contemporary Animal Agriculture/Engineering and Animal Comfort and Social Responsibility
Sustainable Plant and Animal Agriculture for Animal Welfare
Symbiosis of Plants, Animals, and Microbes
Food Safety Issues in Animal Source Foods Related to Animal Health and Welfare
Animal Welfare in the Context of Ecological Sustainability
Competition between Animals and Humans for Cultivated Crops: Livestock Production and Our Food Supply
Crop Residues and Other Feed Resources: Inedible for Humans but Valuable for Animals
Welfare, Health, and Biological Efficiency of Animals through Genetics and Biotechnology