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Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre
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Animal Welfare Science and the Science-Ethics Interface
Refereed Primary Papers
- Mellor, D.J. and Stafford, K.J. (2001). Integrating practical, regulatory and ethical strategies for enhancing farm animal welfare. Australian Veterinary Journal 79, 762-768.
- Stafford, K.J., Mellor, D.J. and Gregory, N.G. (2002). Advances in animal welfare. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 50 (Supplement), 17-21.
- Littin, K.E, Mellor, D.J., Warburton, B. and Eason, C.T. (2004). Animal welfare and ethical issues relevant to the humane control of vertebrate pests. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 52, 1-10.
- Fisher, M.W. and Mellor, D.J. (2008). Developing a systematic strategy incorporating ethical, animal welfare and practical principles to guide the genetic improvement of dairy cattle. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 65, 100-106.
- Mellor, D.J. and Bayvel, A.C.D. (2008). New Zealand’s inclusive science-based system for setting animal welfare standards. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 113(4), 313-329.
- Hewson, C.J., Baranyiová, E., Broom, D.M., Cockram, M.S., Galindo, F., Hanlon, A.J., Hänninen, L., Lexer, D., Mellor, D.J., Molento, C.F.M., Ödberg, F.O., Serpell, J.A., Sisto, A.M., Stafford, K.J., Stookey, J.M. and Waldau, P. (2006). Approaches to teaching animal welfare at thirteen veterinary schools worldwide. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32, 422-437.
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