Animal Production and Animal Behaviour


ON Tuesday, October 24, the British Society of Animal Production held a discussion on the British sheep industry; on the morning of October 25, a joint meeting with the Institute for the Study of Animal Behaviour was held to consider the grazing behaviour of sheep and cattle; the Institute, on the afternoon of October 25, discussed the food preferences of dairy cows and the importance of the study of behaviour from the veterinary aspect.

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