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Personality in animal behaviour describes the observation that behavioural differences between individuals are consistent over time and context. Studies of group-living animals show that movement order among individuals is also consistent over time and context, suggesting that some individuals lead ...

Author(s)
Kurvers, R. H. J. M.; Eijkelenkamp, B.; Oers, K. van; Lith, B. van; Wieren, S. E. van; Ydenberg, R. C.; Prins, H. H. T.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Behaviour, 2009, 78, 2, pp 447-453
Abstract

The feeding, drinking, resting, social and preening behaviours of two geese strains, white and grey, were compared during the preconditioning period. Significant differences were observed in the feeding, drinking, preening and resting behaviours of the two examined geese genotypes. The social...

Author(s)
Molnár, M.; Molnár, T.; Bogenfürst, F.
Publisher
Oddelek za Zootehniko Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani, Domžale, Slovenia
Citation
Acta Agriculturae Slovenica, 2004, No.Suppl.1, pp 215-219
Abstract

In intensive rearing techniques of geese, the adequate keeping conditions needed for continuous production are provided independently of seasons. It is a totally new technology where a very small amount of information has been collected until now. The needs of geese under intensive conditions are...

Author(s)
Molnár, M.; Bogenfürst, F.; Molnár, T.; Almási, A.
Publisher
University of Kaposvár, Faculty of Animal Science, Kaposvár, Hungary
Citation
Acta Agraria Kaposváriensis, 2002, 6, 2, pp 287
Abstract

Author(s)
Pingel, H.
Citation
World Poultry, 2000, 16, 4, pp 34-36, 38
Abstract

An account is given of nesting and social behaviour in the greylag goose. The problem of genetic attenuation in an inbred population in the region, resulting in malformation and change in pigmentation, is discussed.

Author(s)
ROBYNS DE SCHNEIDAUER, T.
Citation
Gerfaut, 1962, 52, pp 610-625