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Animal Well-being
Factors affecting the behavior of early-weaned piglets
Early weaned piglets often develop belly-nosing and sucking or chewing on the navels or ears of other pigs. This behavior is considered a problem because recipient pigs can develop lesions, and those...
Animal Well-being
Developing Criteria for Timely Euthanasia Decision Making
Animal Well-being
Perceptions among college students about food safety and animal care and ethics in food animal production. Implications for veterinary medicine and the swine industry
Animal Well-being
Comparison of Growth and Immune Status of SEW and Non-SEW Pigs
Animal Well-being
Quantification of Postural Behavior as the Thermal Comfort Indicator for Young Pigs
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