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The Resource Animal breeding, welfare and society, Jacky Turner

Animal breeding, welfare and society, Jacky Turner

Label
Animal breeding, welfare and society
Title
Animal breeding, welfare and society
Statement of responsibility
Jacky Turner
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Turner, Jacky
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Animal breeding
  • Animal behavior
  • Animal welfare
  • Animal population eugenics
Label
Animal breeding, welfare and society, Jacky Turner
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. The Industrialization of Animal Genetics -- 1.1. Background and context: From local to global -- 1.2. Technologies and practices: Genes as commodities -- 1.3. The impact on animals -- 2. Breeding for Productivity -- 2.1. Background and context: More and faster -- 2.2. Technologies and practices -- 2.3. The impact on animals -- 2.4. The professionals, the public and the future -- 3. Productivity and Animal Health -- 3.1. Background and context: Unintended consequences -- 3.2. The impact on animals -- 3.3. The professionals, the public and the future -- 4. Productivity and Welfare: Animal Behaviour -- 4.1. Background and context: The abolition of the family -- 4.2. Natural behaviour versus farming practice -- 4.3. The impact on animals -- 4.4. The professionals, the industry and the public -- 5. Companion Animal Breeding: Ideal Standards -- 5.1. Background and context: Breeding for work and whim -- 5.2. Modern breeding to design -- 5.3. Breed standards -- 5.4. Breeding practices -- 5.5. Benefits and costs, sustainability and the future -- 6. Companion Animal Breeding: Welfare, Professionals and Owners -- 6.1. Background and context: Clouds over pedigree dog breeding -- 6.2. Pedigree dog breeds and their health -- 6.3. The breed-related behaviour of dogs -- 6.4. Pedigree cat breeds and their health -- 6.5. Professionals and owners -- 6.6. The future of pedigree breeds -- 7. Sports Animals: Breeding Gladiators -- 7.1. Background and context: Breeding, racing and betting -- 7.2. Industry practices: The use of racehorses and greyhounds -- 7.3. The impact on animals: Survival of the fittest -- 7.4. The professionals, the public and the future Unnecessary breeding? -- 8. Surpluses and Rejects -- 8.1. Background: The scope of the problem -- 8.2. Surpluses and rejects in the racing industries -- 8.3. Decommissioned breeding animals in the food industry -- 8.4. By-product offspring in the food animal industry -- 8.5. Surplus companion animals: Dogs and cats -- 8.6. The professionals, the public and the future -- 9. Traditional, Rare and Fancy Breeds -- 9.1. Background and context: Breeding, survival and culture -- 9.2. Conservation practices: Recording and preserving animal genetic resources -- 9.3. The impact on animals -- 9.4. Public policy, non-commercial breeds and the future -- 10. Pedigrees and Purity -- 10.1. Background and context: The value of pedigrees and purity -- 10.2. Some historical examples of pedigree anxiety -- 10.3. The impact on animals -- 11. Population Control: Pests, Aliens and Endangered Species -- 11.1. Background and context: Unwanted versus valued species -- 11.2. Practices, technologies and approaches -- 11.3. The impact on animals -- 11.4. The professionals, the public and the future -- 12. Laboratory Animal Breeding: Designed for Science -- 12.1. Background and context: Laboratory animals -- 12.2. Practices and technologies -- 12.3. The impact on animals -- 12.4. The professionals, the public and the future -- 13. Eugenics, Commerce and Control in Human and Animal Reproduction -- 13.1. Background and context: Good breeding -- 13.2. Reproductive technologies and genetic selection in humans and animals -- 13.3. Animal breeding, human interests and animals' interests
Control code
ocn499128503
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 324 p.
Isbn
9781844075898
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009052603
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)499128503
Label
Animal breeding, welfare and society, Jacky Turner
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. The Industrialization of Animal Genetics -- 1.1. Background and context: From local to global -- 1.2. Technologies and practices: Genes as commodities -- 1.3. The impact on animals -- 2. Breeding for Productivity -- 2.1. Background and context: More and faster -- 2.2. Technologies and practices -- 2.3. The impact on animals -- 2.4. The professionals, the public and the future -- 3. Productivity and Animal Health -- 3.1. Background and context: Unintended consequences -- 3.2. The impact on animals -- 3.3. The professionals, the public and the future -- 4. Productivity and Welfare: Animal Behaviour -- 4.1. Background and context: The abolition of the family -- 4.2. Natural behaviour versus farming practice -- 4.3. The impact on animals -- 4.4. The professionals, the industry and the public -- 5. Companion Animal Breeding: Ideal Standards -- 5.1. Background and context: Breeding for work and whim -- 5.2. Modern breeding to design -- 5.3. Breed standards -- 5.4. Breeding practices -- 5.5. Benefits and costs, sustainability and the future -- 6. Companion Animal Breeding: Welfare, Professionals and Owners -- 6.1. Background and context: Clouds over pedigree dog breeding -- 6.2. Pedigree dog breeds and their health -- 6.3. The breed-related behaviour of dogs -- 6.4. Pedigree cat breeds and their health -- 6.5. Professionals and owners -- 6.6. The future of pedigree breeds -- 7. Sports Animals: Breeding Gladiators -- 7.1. Background and context: Breeding, racing and betting -- 7.2. Industry practices: The use of racehorses and greyhounds -- 7.3. The impact on animals: Survival of the fittest -- 7.4. The professionals, the public and the future Unnecessary breeding? -- 8. Surpluses and Rejects -- 8.1. Background: The scope of the problem -- 8.2. Surpluses and rejects in the racing industries -- 8.3. Decommissioned breeding animals in the food industry -- 8.4. By-product offspring in the food animal industry -- 8.5. Surplus companion animals: Dogs and cats -- 8.6. The professionals, the public and the future -- 9. Traditional, Rare and Fancy Breeds -- 9.1. Background and context: Breeding, survival and culture -- 9.2. Conservation practices: Recording and preserving animal genetic resources -- 9.3. The impact on animals -- 9.4. Public policy, non-commercial breeds and the future -- 10. Pedigrees and Purity -- 10.1. Background and context: The value of pedigrees and purity -- 10.2. Some historical examples of pedigree anxiety -- 10.3. The impact on animals -- 11. Population Control: Pests, Aliens and Endangered Species -- 11.1. Background and context: Unwanted versus valued species -- 11.2. Practices, technologies and approaches -- 11.3. The impact on animals -- 11.4. The professionals, the public and the future -- 12. Laboratory Animal Breeding: Designed for Science -- 12.1. Background and context: Laboratory animals -- 12.2. Practices and technologies -- 12.3. The impact on animals -- 12.4. The professionals, the public and the future -- 13. Eugenics, Commerce and Control in Human and Animal Reproduction -- 13.1. Background and context: Good breeding -- 13.2. Reproductive technologies and genetic selection in humans and animals -- 13.3. Animal breeding, human interests and animals' interests
Control code
ocn499128503
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 324 p.
Isbn
9781844075898
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009052603
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)499128503

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