Contented cows and other aninmals

United Kingdom, 1984

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Episode of Series “Horizon”.
Humans have bred and kept farm animals, as a food supply, for a long time. Particularly in commercial production situations, the way in which the animals are housed is a result of economic factors rather than a concern for the animals’ welfare. This documentary looks at studies which are trying to determine how to look after animals’ well-being and maintain productivity.

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Hilary Henson

Duration

00:50:00:00

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United Kingdom
Production dates
1984

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Horizon

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