Humane Livestock Handling Book
by Temple Grandin with Mark Deesing
Understanding Livestock Behavior and Building Facilities for Healthier Animals
An influential advocate of humane livestock handling. An indispensable tool for running an efficient, satisfying and ethically managed farm. Calmer animals free from pain and fear tend to injure themselves less frequently. Less stress equals less illness, which in return will reduce veterinary expenditure. Keeps human handlers safer while delivers higher yields. Applicable for large and small farms. Recommended by Bovine Health Watch Fall 2011.
Paperback. 240 pages. Copyright 2008.
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