GAP Pigs - PowerPoint presentation

GAP Pigs PowerPoint

The PowerPoint presentation covers pig welfare issues in detail. It can be used both for lecturing and for personal use. It is designed for use in lectures to accompany the film. It reinforces key points and includes questions to encourage thought and discussion of the issues.

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This presentation complements the film and is designed:

  • To provide more detailed information about issues raised in the film
  • To stimulate discussion in lectures, seminars and workshops
  • For private study by students working alone

The PowerPoint presentation covers pig welfare issues in detail. It can be used both for lecturing and for personal use. It is designed for use in lectures to accompany the film. It reinforces key points and includes questions to encourage thought and discussion of the issues. However, it can also work as a stand-alone resource.

The presentation is divided into 10 sections, containing approximately 150 slides including many pictures and about 20 short video clips. This could be enough for several lectures, though an alternative is to show some of the sections and leave the rest for private study.

A fully functional version, also including animation, is available on the DVD-ROM which can be ordered using the online form or our educational resources leaflet.

Contents

  • Introduction - Natural behaviour and production systems
  • Chapter 1 – Space and foraging needs for dry sows
  • Chapter 2 – Avoiding aggression in dry sows
  • Chapter 3 – Space and nesting needs of farrowing sows
  • Chapter 4 – Avoiding teeth clipping in piglets
  • Chapter 5 – Avoiding castration in male piglets
  • Chapter 6 – Avoiding early weaning
  • Chapter 7 – Avoiding tail docking and tail biting
  • Chapter 8 – Good stockmanship
  • Summary - What good welfare depends on

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