By Laura Boyle, Niamh O'connel, Alison Hanlon
This e-book includes the complaints of the forty second Congress of the foreign Society for utilized Ethology. a complete of 251 contributions have been offered in the course of the congress. the present meals predicament is between many demanding situations dealing with agriculture on the earth this present day. it's becoming then that the subject matter of this publication is 'Applied ethology: addressing destiny demanding situations in animal agriculture'. the root for this subject matter is that wisdom and figuring out of the rules and tactics that govern farm animal behaviour could be remodeled into practices that supply sustainable ideas to the demanding situations presently dealing with farm animal creation platforms. This booklet displays the subject but additionally demonstrates the range of study in utilized Ethology.
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