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Module 31 Economics and Animal Welfare

Module 31 Economics and Animal Welfare

Module 31 Economics and Animal Welfare

Dr David Main
Dr David Main

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Launch date: 09 Oct 2014
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Chapter 5 Society and Animal Welfare
Module 31 Economics and Animal Welfare

This module examines how farmers’ own preferences and priorities, and the preferences and priorities of retailers, consumers and governments, can affect animal welfare. Downloadable student activities accompany this module.

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This module will teach you the following :-

- How improving animal welfare can increase the farmer’s income
- What prevents this from happening
- The economic reasons why farm animal welfare may remain poor
- How animal welfare impacts on sales in domestic and export markets
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Dr David Main

This lecture was first developed for World Animal Protection by Dr David Main (University of Bristol) in 2003. It was revised by World Animal Protection scientific advisors in 2012 using updates provided by Dr Caroline Hewson.

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