Sheep Transport References
(Updated November 2013)
- Buchenauer D. (1996) Proceedings of an International Conference, Considering the Welfare of Sheep During Transport, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, UK.
- Broom, D.M., Goode, J.A., Hall S.J.L., Lloyd, D.M., and Parrott, P.P. (1996) Hormonal and Physiological effects of a 15 hour road journey in sheep: Comparison with the responses to loading, handling and penning in the absence of transport. British Veterinary Journal, 152: 593-604.
- Cockram, M.S., Baxter, E.M., et al. 2004. Effect of behavior during events and road type on the stability and resting behavior of sheep in transit. Animal Science. 79:165-176.
- Cockram, M.S., Kent, J.E., Goddard, P.J., Waren N.K., McGile, I.M., Jackson, R.E., Muwanga, G.M., and Pytherch, S. (1996) Animal Science 62:46.
- Fisher, A.D., Niemeyer, D.O., Lea, J.M., Lee, C., et al. 2010. The effects of 12, 30, 40 hours of road transport on the physiological and behavior responses of sheep. Journal of Animal Science. 88:2144-2152.
- Fisher, A.D., Stewart, M., Duganzich, D.M., Tacon, J., and Matthews, L.R. 2005. The effects of stationary periods and external temperature and humidity on thermal stress conditions within sheep transport vehicles. New Zealand Veterinary Journal. 53:6-9.
- Grandin, T. (1981) Livestock Trucking Guide. Livestock Conservation Institute, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
- Grandin T. (1997) The assessment of stress during handling and transport. Journal of Animal Science, 75:249-257.
- Jones, T.A., Waitt, C., Dawkings, M.S. 2010. Sheep lose balance, slip, and fall less when loosely packed in transit where they stand close to but not touching their neighbors. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 123:16-23.
- Knowles, T.G. (1998) A review of road transport of slaughter sheep. Veterinary Record, 143:212-219.
- Knowles, T.G., Warriss, P.D., Brown, S.N., and Edwards, J.E. (1998). Effects of stocking density on lambs being transported by road. 142:503-509.
- Phillips, C.J.E and Santurtun, E. 2013. The welfare of livestock transported by ship. The Veterinary Journal. 196:309-314.
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