Author: Todd, Amanda Published: 2018 Description: Discusses housing conditions that can be used to improve welfare of both sows and piglets
Author: Brown, Victoria Published: 2012 Description: Discusses the welfare implications for piglets of providing them with environmental enrichment to help promote the expression of a range of normal forage-related behaviours.
Author: Connor, Caitlin Published: 2012 Description: Discusses the use of immunocastration as a welfare-friendly alternative to surgical castration in order to reduce the risk of boar taint in male pigs. RSPCA Australia Pig Welfare Science Prize 2012
Author: Mace, Nicole Published: 2012 Description: Discusses the effects of environmental enrichment and the important role played by novelty when enrichment is provided on commercial pig farms.
Author: Yoshimura, Kasumi Published: 2011 Description: Investigates tools for improving the management of piglets during weaning, with the aim of reducing stress and improving welfare. RSPCA Australia Pig Welfare Science Prize 2011
Author: Rees, Peter Published: 2011 Description: Examines measures to improve the welfare of intensively raised pigs in recent years.
Author: Kang, Kevin Published: 2010 Description: Explores research into a better understanding of tail-biting behaviour and methods to prevent it.
Author: Kopecny, Lucy Published: 2010 Description: Explores strategies, both environmental and genetic, to reduce aggression in pigs where mixing occurs.
Reducing Piglet Crushing in Loose-farrowing Systems: Animal Welfare and Production Implications for Sows and Piglets
Author: Kozaruk, M Published: 2010 Description: Examines the role of the sow in improving piglet welfare in loose-farrowing systems.
Author: Tori, Max Published: 2010 Description: Discusses the use of pig-appeasing pheromone to reduce aggression and social stress in housed pigs. RSPCA Australia Pig Welfare Science Prize 2010