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Animal Welfare - Content and Abstracts

Volume 3

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Volume 3 Number 1

February 1994

  1. An investigation into the efficacy of mechanical mole scarers. M Gorman and A Lamb
  2. A grass foraging device for captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). S P Lambeth and M A Bloomsmith
  3. Effects of enrichment on veterinary treatment of laboratory rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). S J Scharipo and D Bushong
  4. The effect of cubicle and straw yard housing on the behaviour, production and hoof health of dairy cows. C J C Phillips and S A Schofield
  5. Testing for uni-dimensional scaling for stimuli used in preference experiments. I R Inglis

Volume 3 Number 2

May 1994

  1. Cognitive ethology and the treatment of non-human animals: how matters of mind inform matters of welfare. M Bekoff
  2. A study of spatial behaviour of pregnant sows housed in pens with various feeding and dung disposal systems. N Walker and D J Kilpatrick
  3. A comparison of three models for ethical evaluation of proposed animal experiments. Tj de Cock Buning and E Theune
  4. Skin stimulated induction of mouth movements in cattle. H B Simonsen
  5. Training a large troop of rhesus macaques to co-operate during catching: analysis of the time investment. L Luttrell, L Acker, M Urben and V Reinhardt

Volume 3 Number 3

August 1994

  1. A study of rehabilitated juvenile hedgehogs after release into the wild. P A Morris and H Warwick
  2. Comparison of the behaviour of broiler chickens in indoor and free-range environments. C A Weeks, C J Nicol, C M Sherwin and S C Kestin
  3. Causes of body rocking in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). R P Spijkerman, H Dienske, J A R A M van Hooff and W Jens
  4. Individual variation in response to stressors in farm animals: implications for experimenters. X Manteca and J M Deag
  5. The effect upon badgers (Meles meles) of the activities of a single, persistent poacher. H I Griffiths
  6. Portable handling facilities to improve the welfare of farmed red deer (Cervus elaphus). W J Hamilton

Volume 3 Number 4

November 1994

  1. The welfare of free-living wild animals: methods of assessment. J K Kirkwood, A W Sainsbury and P M Bennett
  2. Diving and underwater swimming as enrichment activities for captive rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). J R Anderson, A Rortais and S Guillemein
  3. An analysis of behaviour and killing times recorded during a pilot whale hunt. D Bowles and J Lonsdale
  4. Tail-biting in mink (Mustela vison) is influenced by age at removal from the mother. G J Mason
  5. Dichotomy in choice of nest characteristics by caged laying hens. C M Sherwin and C J Nicol
  6. Amelioration of laboratory conditions for pigeons (Columba livia). L Huber

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