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eBook The Welfare of Domestic Fowl and Other Captive Birds (Animal Welfare) ePub

by Ian J. H. Duncan,Penny Hawkins

eBook The Welfare of Domestic Fowl and Other Captive Birds (Animal Welfare) ePub
Author: Ian J. H. Duncan,Penny Hawkins
Language: English
ISBN: 9048136490
ISBN13: 978-9048136490
Publisher: Springer; 2010 edition (January 13, 2010)
Pages: 298
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 482
Formats: lrf lrf mobi azw
ePub file: 1944 kb
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Animal welfare is attracting increasing interest worldwide, especially in developed countries where the knowledge and . This book describes the welfare implications of keeping wild and domesticated birds in captivity.

This book describes the welfare implications of keeping wild and domesticated birds in captivity. Particular attention is paid to human-bird interactions and their impact on the behaviour and welfare of the birds involved.

Possible future trends in keeping birds in captivity are discussed in relation to evolving laws and codes for both wild and domesticated birds and in the light of developing ethical attitudes to animals. The book will be invaluable to all those who keep birds including poultry farmers, pet owners, and managers and caretakers of birds kept in laboratories, zoos, wildlife aviaries, and rehabilitation centres. It will also be of great interest to poultry production, zoology, wildlife and veterinary students.

Animal welfare is usually a priority only if it supports the output of the animal, be it food, work, clothing, sport or companionship

Animal welfare is usually a priority only if it supports the output of the animal, be it food, work, clothing, sport or companionship. In principle the welfare needs of both humans and animals can be provided for, in both developing and developed countries, if resources are properly husbanded. In reality, however, the inequitable division of the world’s riches creates physical and psychological poverty for humans and a- mals alike in many parts of the world. Training methods for companion birds are also described.

It is similar to other forms of modification of domestically raised animals, such as docking the tail of a do. a b c Ian J. h. Duncan; Penny Hawkins (13 January 2010). The Welfare of Domestic Fowl and Other Captive Birds. ISBN 978-90-481-3649-0.

It is similar to other forms of modification of domestically raised animals, such as docking the tail of a dog. Apart from the prevention of flight, there is commonly thought to be little long term negative effect from pinioning if performed correctly and at a young age. However, the animal welfare impact of pinioning is subject to increasing debate.

Book in the Animal Welfare Series). ISBN13:9789400731691.

Animal welfare is attracting increasing interest worldwide, especially in developed countries where the knowledge and r. .

The Welfare of Domestic Fowl and Other Captive Birds.

Section I Captive birds 2 Human-bird interactions; Pat Anderson 3 The welfare implications of housing captive wild and domesticated birds; Penny Hawkins 4 Training companion birds; Greg Glendell 5 The welfare of captive birds in the future; Simon Girling

Section I Captive birds 2 Human-bird interactions; Pat Anderson 3 The welfare implications of housing captive wild and domesticated birds; Penny Hawkins 4 Training companion birds; Greg Glendell 5 The welfare of captive birds in the future; Simon Girling.

Animal welfare is attracting increasing interest worldwide, especially in developed countries where the knowledge and resources are available to (at least potentially) provide better management systems for farm animals, as well as companion, zoo and laboratory animals. The key requirements for adequate food, water, a suitable environment, appropriate companionship and good health are important for animals kept for all of these purposes. There has been increased attention given to farm animal welfare in many co- tries in recent years. This derives largely from the fact that the relentless pursuit of nancial reward and ef ciency, to satisfy market demands, has led to the devel- ment of intensive animal production systems that challenge the conscience of many consumers in those countries. In developing countries, human survival is still a daily uncertainty, so that p- vision for animal welfare has to be balanced against human needs. Animal welfare is usually a priority only if it supports the output of the animal, be it food, work, clothing, sport or companionship. In principle the welfare needs of both humans and animals can be provided for, in both developing and developed countries, if resources are properly husbanded. In reality, however, the inequitable division of the world’s riches creates physical and psychological poverty for humans and a- mals alike in many parts of the world.
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