UFAW

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UFAWUniversities Federation for Animal Welfare
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According to Canadian Dimension, by 1978, the UFAW Union, the British Columbia Farmworkers' Association, the BC Federation of Labour, and the BC Government Employees Union had coalesced with many environmental and Indigenous groups into the "South Okanagan Environmental Coalition." The group first applied pressure on the provincial government to eliminate the spraying of an herbicide suspected of causing drastic damage to British Columbia fisheries, particularly its salmon stock.
Five gestations were monitored (105 days) because after the sixth gestation there is a fertility compromise (Ufaw, 1986).
The period between 21 and 60 days of age is characterized by the transition of the juvenile to the adult stage (Ufaw, 1986) strongly influenced by hormonal activity.
UFAW's chief executive and scientific director, Dr James Kirkwood, said: "This project is a good example of a scientific study to reveal what is important to the animals themselves: to help determine their own preferences about their accommodation."
(10.) Services UFaW. 1996 National survey of fishing, hunting and wildlife-associated recreation.
UFAW (Universities Federation for Animal Welfare) provide a careers guide about the different careers, from groom and animal warden to kennel assistant.
En 19541a Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) cambio su direccion de la crianza de animales de laboratorio hacia el tema controvertido de la experimentacion animal.
The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management of Cephalopods in the Laboratory Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, Potters Bar, UK.
Eight report of BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/ UFAW joint working group on refinement.
Management and welfare of farm animals; UFAW farm handbook, 5th ed.
of Bristol, UK) presents an introductory textbook of 18 chapters for students of agriculture and veterinary science that was conceived by the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) and discusses the humane management of all major farmed species in the context of large-scale food production.
We are grateful to UFAW (Universities Federation for Animal Welfare) for a grant supporting this work.