Animal welfare refers to the wellbeing of an animal. Farmers need to consider the costs, benefits and ethics of animal welfare and the indicators of poor welfare.
Which of the following is not a behavioural indicator in domesticated animals?
What is the definition of ethology?
The study of pest control
The study of animal behaviour
The study of crops
What term is used to describe very low levels of activity in animals?
What term is used to describe very high levels of activity in animals?
What is one of the advantages of intensive farming?
Improved breeding rates
Lower production costs
Higher selling price