Author: Genevieve Corman Published: 2019 Description: Discusses recent studies in the use of environmental enrichment as a preventative measure against tail biting in undocked weaner pigs.
Author: Cleary, Lyndon Published: 2015 Description: Transmammary Meloxicam supplementation may be a practical means of pain relief to suckling piglets prior to painful procedures.
Author: Chorazy, Hayley Published: 2015 Description: This essay reviews recent demonstrations of reduced tail-biting in slatted-floor housing systems when low-cost orally manipulable materials are provided.
Author: Dwyer, Genevieve Published: 2015 Description: Training handlers in awareness of animal welfare may be the most powerful factor in improving both production and welfare.
Author: Yu, Audrey Published: 2015 Description: An insight into the behavioural repertoire of pigs and ways of reducing social tension and aggression among them.
Author: Mo, Sarah Vanessa Published: 2014 Description: Discusses ways of improving the welfare of farrowing sows and their litters.
Protecting pigs against themselves: Recent advances in the control of cannibalism in intensive pig production
Author: Braude, Rachel Published: 2014 Description: Discusses the prevalence of tail biting in pig production, examining reasons, current control measures and their effectiveness.
Author: Elin, Nickala Published: 2014 Description: Discusses the welfare and economic benefits of controlling tail biting in pigs housed in intensive systems. RSPCA Australia Pig Welfare Science Prize 2014
Author: Charlton, James Published: 2013 Description: Examines the effects of gas stunning on pig welfare.
Author: Mowle, Ellie Published: 2013 Description: Exploring the role of genetic factors in tail biting behaviours. RSPCA Australia Pig Welfare Science Prize 2013