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Dr Graham Scott

PhD

Senior Lecturer

Research Interests

  • Poultry behaviour and welfare.
  • The welfare of poultry in non-cage systems.
  • Design and development of high-welfare systems for perchery and free range and organic egg and poultry meat production.
  • Biomechanics and materials testing.
  • Development of mobile slaughtering facilities for poultry.

Professional Memberships

  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Food Ethics Review Journal
  • Member of the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare
  • Member of the International Society for Applied Ethology
  • Poultry Specialist on the register of the National Quality Auditors
  • Member of the British Poultry Science Association

Academic Department: Animal Production, Welfare and Veterinary Sciences

Tel: +44 (0)1952 815331

Fax: +44 (0)1952 814783

Research profile: ORCID

Publications

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Other publications

  • Scott G.B. and Macangus G. (2004) The ability of laying hens to negotiate perches of different materials, with clean or dirty surfaces.   Animal Welfare. 13 631-365
  • Scott G.B., Field P.G. and James M. (2003) Autonomous learning and novel assessment methods in poultry science. Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: New Trends and Innovations Conference, University of Aveiro, Portugal. 13-17 April 2003
  • Taylor P.E., Scott G.B. and Rose S.P. (2003) The ability of laying hens to negotiate jumps between horizontal perches: effects of light intensity and perch colour. Proceedings of the Worlds Poultry Science Association Annual Meeting, University of York. 25-26 March 2003.
  • Taylor P.E., Scott G.B. and Rose S.P. (2003) The ability of domestic hens to jump between perches: effects of light intensity and perch colour. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 83 99-108
  • Taylor P.E. and Scott G.B. (2002) The ability of laying hens to negotiate jumps between horizontal perches at different light intensities. Worlds Poultry Science Association Spring Meeting, York University. 9-10 April 2002.
Modules

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