For all involved in farm animals & food production.
This book looks at the ethical principles for modern livestock farming and in particular with respect to the animal. This respect means a duty of care for the animals through skilled stockmanship and responsible stewardship.
This book is an important contribution to the debate on how domesticated livestock should be kept for food production
Ideal for producers, researchers, students and professionals involved with animal and food.
Publisher: Chalcombe Publications
This book weighs: 414g
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