Conclusion

Ensuring that livestock are housed appropriately to meet their needs is a basic requirement of producers to ensure animal health, productivity, and to meet our social ethic. Instances in which the conditions of the environment do not meet the needs of the animal create a mismatch, which can cause unnecessary distress to livestock. To date, agricultural science has been efficient at defining the physical and dietary needs of livestock. Research continues and needs to progress much further in defining the social and behavioral needs of livestock. The key to identifying these needs in the future will be advances in neuroscience and behavior that provide a clear understanding of livestock cognition.

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