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Interview with Helen Proctor

Helen Proctor, World Animal Protection, talks about her recent research exploring measures of positive emotions in dairy cows. [read more]
World Animal Protection


If milk’s cheaper than water, what happens to the cows?

Decent food isn’t cheap, and if the ‘Lidlisation’ price wars continue it could mean the end of grass-fed cows in our fields. [read more]
The Guardian


Timing Impacts Fertility, Well-Being When Relocating Gilts from Group Pens to Stalls

Managing gilts prior to breeding is important for ensuring fertility. High gilt replacement rates and reduced sow longevity continue to cause problems for breeding herds. Much of the research suggests... [read more]
National HogFarmer

Tracy Helman: Effective communication among all parties is crucial for success from FAOcast on Vimeo.

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2nd International Conference on Dog Population Management 2015
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International conference on pig welfare: “Improving pig welfare – what are the ways forward?
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The AWIN final conference


In countries with high proportion of the population engaged in livestock handling, children's education is crucial to enhance animal welfare