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Public-health aspects of salmonella infection
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| Book Sections | Contributor(s): A. Wray (editor), C. Wray (editor), Tom Humphrey
Gaffky is credited with being the ﬁrst to culture the causative agent of typhoid (S. typhi) in 1884. At that time, it was also known that bacteria similar to S. typhi could cause enteric disease …
Livestock: Fulfilling social, environmental and economic roles. Is it possible?
| Book Sections | Contributor(s): Margaret Gill, David L. Swain
http://www.cabi.org/cabebooks/FullTextPDF/2007/20073245178.pdf Redesigning Animal Agriculture: The Challenge of the 21st Century. 0 51.59874199999999-1.1287119999999504 204-216 en CAB …
Human-animal interactions and animal stress
| Book Sections | Contributor(s): Paul H. Hemsworth, G. P. Moberg (editor), J. A. Mench (editor), J. L. Barnett
Humans interact with animals in many walks of life. In situations in which these interactions are close and frequent, the quality of these interactions may have considerable consequences for either …
People as social actors in the world of farm animals
| Book Sections | Contributor(s): Jeffrey Rushen, Anne Marie de Passille, Lene Munksgaard, Hajima Tanida, L. J. Keeling (editor), H. W. Gonyou (editor)
It is generally accepted that the behaviour of companion animals and that of their owners is closely connected, but this is much less appreciated for farm animals. Recently, the marked effect that …
A model of stockperson-animal interactions and their implications for animal
| Book Sections | Contributor(s): Paul H. Hemsworth, Grahame J. Coleman
The relationships between fear of humans and productivity of livestock observed in commercial settings indicate opportunities to improve animal productivity and welfare. For example, identifying and …
Human-animal interactions and animal productivity and welfare
In most walks of life humans frequently interact with animals and in many situations these interactions are such that relationships develop between humans and animals. The human–companion animal …