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Growing plant crops and rearing and managing livestock to produce a variety of products for commercial sale.
The ability of an animal to learn, acquire knowledge and process information.
Refers to how an animal is coping with the conditions in which it lives.
A person or organisation adopting an 'animal welfare' approach to animal protection
Refers to the moral and legal entitlements of animals.
Animal Rights Advocate
A person or organisation adopting an 'animal rights' approach to animal protection.
A series of cages in which hens are confined for laying eggs.
A literary genre which focuses on the development of an adolescent protagonist.
Steps taken to prevent the spread of infectious disease amongst humans and animals, or from one place to another.
Chickens bred for meat production.
The moral principles which determine how a person conducts themselves.
A short quotation or inscription at the start of a text, or chapter or a novel, which imply its theme.
A system of large-scale intensive animal agriculture, where animals are generally confined indoors, and unable to perform most natural behaviours.
A system of animal farming where animals are housed at lower stocking densities than intensive systems, and are permitted some degree of access to an outdoor area.
An opinion or view that is flawed.
The individual values that a person holds in relation to what that person feels is right or wrong.
The actions and conduct animals usually exhibit under natural conditions.
Point of view.
A term used to group a variety of domesticated birds such as chickens, geese, ducks or quail.
A set of guidelines a person lives by which determines their behaviour.
The central character of a text.
Old-fashioned, or narrow-minded attitudes and opinions of people who live outside big cities.
A process where humans breed together animals with specific characteristics, in order to produce offspring with those characteristics.
The ability to perceive and feel things, such as pleasure and pain.
A place where humans kill animals for their meat and bodily parts.
Social Justice Activism
Efforts to change political or social issues through public protest or action.
Stocking density refers to the concentration of animals within a particular area.
The practice of abstaining from anything which involves the use of animals for human purposes, especially food and clothing derived from animal bodies.
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