FAO READINGS IN ETHICS 2
Animal welfare and the intensification of animal production
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The intensification of animal production
Intensification and ethical conflict
The "Standard Critique"
Problems with the Standard Critique
An alternative interpretation
Approaches to promoting animal welfare