2 edition of social organization and behaviour of the feral domestic fowl found in the catalog.
social organization and behaviour of the feral domestic fowl
|Statement||G. McBride, I.P. Par[k]er & F. Foenander.|
|Series||Animal behaviour monographs -- v. 2, pt. 3|
|Contributions||Parker, I. P., Foenander, F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 127-181 :|
|Number of Pages||181|
Vigilance allows prey species to detect predators before it is too late to escape. While the adaptive value of vigilance has become clearer over the years, developmental questions have attracted little attention. I explored the effect of age and group size on vigilance in a precocial species, the domestic fowl (Gallus gallus domesticus). I Cited by: 3. WHAT ’ S O N Y O U R P L AT E? T H E H IDDEN C O S TS O F IN DU S TRIA L A N IMA L A GRIC U LTUR E IN CANADA. Grandin, T. (). Auditing animal welfare at slaughter plants.
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The Social Organization and Behaviour of the Feral Domestic Fowl. Author links open overlay panel G. McBride * I.P. Parer Cited by: The Social Organization and Behaviour of the Feral Domestic Fowl.
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Social organization and behaviour of the feral domestic fowl. London: Baillière, Tindall & Cassell, Social Behavior of the Domestic Fowl a stable flock through the development of toleration and the habituation of agonistic behavior.
Wild birds are typically aggressive during the breeding season, which suggests that this trait is influenced by gonadal hormones (Guhl, b). Domestic hens normally produce the male sex hormone when in laying. Book: The behaviour of the domestic fowl.
No.7 + pp. Abstract: Dr. Wood-Gush's book is an admirably succinct attempt to bring some order to a field of research which has never been noted for its sense of direction, and which has recently threatened to engulf the interested by: McBride, I.P.
Parer, F. Foenander, The social organization and behaviour of feral domestic fowl Anim Behav Monogr 2: () J.J. McGlone, A quantitative ethogram of aggressive and submissive behaviors in recently regrouped pigs J Anim Sci 6: () domestic calls was not possible given the conditions of the study.
As Red Jungle Fowl are considered the ancestral stock from which domestic varieties have evolved Crawford  comparisons seem apt.
A major difference noted between the behavior of Red Jungle Fowl in a wild environment was a general “wary” response to the presence of Size: KB. Cat vocal behavior, in particular, the vocal and social behavior of feral cats, is poorly understood, as are the differences between feral and fully domestic cats.
Social and spatial organization of male behaviour in mated domestic fowl. Appl. Anim. Ethol., 9: Observations were made of male spacing, mating and agonistic behaviour in 2 pens of mated domestic fowl.
In both pens, site attachment was found, with a Cited by: Observations on the reproductive behaviour of domestic fowl in the wild Article (PDF Available) in Applied Animal Ethology 4(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
DISCUSSION Pair establishment McBride et al. () noted that the social organization in a population of feral domestic fowl varied with season: males were polygynous and highly territorial during the spring breeding phase, but territories collapsed into over-lapping home range areas dominated by an alpha male and his flock of females during the non-breeding by: 3.
1. The normal pattern of social behaviour in growing Large White and Berkshire pigs is described. The pigs were observed from 8 to 16 weeks of age in pens of 6 to 10 pigs. Large Whites were more aggressive than Berkshires. Social rank was found to Cited by: Exploratory behaviour of young domestic fowl.
F., The social organisation and behaviour of the feral domestic. that the social organization of com- mercial broiler chickens (Gallus. Cat vocal behavior, in particular, the vocal and social behavior of feral cats, is poorly understood, as are the differences between feral and fully domestic cats.
The relationship between feral. The complex social life of fowl serves as a good example of their behavioural sophistication and is probably intricately linked to their impressive cognitive abilities. Under natural conditions, both domestic fowl and red junglefowl show a range of social structures, but often form groups of 2–15 individuals with a slightly female biased sex Cited by: Social Organization and Behavior of Chickens Laying Hens, a report published in by the Swiss Society for the Protection of Animals, describes the primary behavior of wild and feral fowl as follows: "Fowls spend most of their day foraging for food.
Providing a Good Home for Chickens “The Social Organization and Behaviour of the Feral Domestic Fowl,” Animal Behaviour Monographs, Part Three, Vol. 2, No. 3,pp. Library. Page Smith & Charles Daniel, The Chicken Book, ; rpt. University of Georgia Press, A study in avian behaviour to determine the nature and persistency of the order of dominance in the domestic fowl and to relate these to certain physiological reactions.
M.S. Thesis, Univ. M.A. Savory, C. Wood-Gush, D. and Duncan, I. ().Cited by:. Summary. The main reason why there is much more evidence available for assessing the welfare of the domestic fowl than for other domestic species is that research in the past twenty-five years has led to an accumulation of basic knowledge on the behavicur, physiology and biochemistry of the by: 1.
The main advantages of battery cages for laying hens over alternative husbandry systems are (1) increased hygiene resulting in a much lower incidence of diseases in which the infectious agent is spread through the droppings, (2) small group size resulting in a low incidence of social friction, (3) ease of management, (4) absence of litter problems, (5) better working conditions, and (6) a much Cited by: BAgSc, Univ Adelaide, MAgrScPhD Institute of Animal Genetics Univ Edinburgh.