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The aim of the present study was to observe the effect of age at the grouping of male domestic goats on social and sexual interactions. Nineteen young male goats, grouped at birth (n=9) or after puberty (n=10), associated with females (1 female per group after puberty of males), were observed in...

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Orgeur, P.; Mimouni, P.; Signoret, J. P.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1990, 27, 1-2, pp 105-113
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Kolter, L.; Zimmermann, W.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1988, 21, 1-2, pp 117-145
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Czakó, J.
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Tierzucht, 1985, 39, 10, pp 438-439
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The author examined the effects of confinement on social interactions of dry (non-lactating) sows, and the effects of continuous noise on communication between sows and piglets during suckling. The interaction patterns of dry sows were analysed with respect to their effects on the behaviour of...

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Jensen, P.
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Department of Animal Hygiene, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Agricultural Sciences, Skara, Sweden
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Confinement and continuous noise as environmental factors affecting communication in the domestic pig., 1983, pp 146pp.
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Chamove, A. S.; Anderson, J. R.; Morgan-Jones, S. C.; Jones, S. P.
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International Journal for the Study of Animal Problems, 1982, 3, 4, pp 308-318
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There is a close connexion between the function and stability of the social hierarchy and the surrounding environment. Environmental factors which break down the social ranking involve development of frustrated and aggressive behaviour, with increased tail biting and consequent reduced...

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Hansen, L. L.; Hagelsoe, A. M.
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Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, 1980, 30, 4, pp 388-392
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Three separate aspects of avian behaviour are presented in this symposium.
G. McBride briefly describes the factors governing social behaviour in the fowl, emphasising that certain behavioural patterns are strongly influenced by the presence of dominant neighbours, while others, such as feather...

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FREEMAN, B. M.; GORDON, R. F.
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Aspects of poultry behaviour. Br. Egg Mktg Bd Symp., 1970, 6, Pt 2, pp vii + 64 pp.

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