Young people of all ages are easily engaged by the welfare of farm animals, and there are many opportunities to integrate this into the curriculum (e.g. biology, citizenship, geography, religious studies and English and a range of subjects at college and university).
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Farm Animals & Us
Updated 2014! Watch the amazing abilities of pigs and hens. See how pigs, chickens and dairy cows are kept in intensive, free-range and organic systems. Decide how you think farm animals should live. Covers selective breeding and efficient…Download: Educational Films And Resources | Size (0.12MB)
Farm Animals & Us 2
Updated 2014! Watch wild pigs and farmed pigs, wild chickens and farmed chickens. See how pigs, chickens and dairy cows are kept in free-range vs intensive systems. How should they be kept? Covers selective breeding of cows and chickens and…Download: Educational Films And Resources | Size (0.12MB) Read more
Farm Animals & Us Compilation DVD
Resources for Science, Citizenship & PSHE, Religious Studies, Geography, English, Animal Care and Media Studies. Contains all key Compassion in World Farming education films and a selection of other resources.Download: Educational Films And Resources | Size (0.12MB) Read more
Good agricultural practice - pig production film
See the natural behaviour of pigs inherited from their wild ancestors and how some behaviours are thwarted in intensive pig farming. See practical methods of higher welfare pig farming. Includes interviews with farmers, scientists, supermarket…Download: Educational Films And Resources | Size (0.12MB) Read more
Delightful 26 minute film from the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour helps teach the nervous system and animal behaviour using stories which show the remarkable abilities of farm animals (ages 14 to adult).Download: Educational Films And Resources | Size (0.12MB) Read more
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