Animal Industry

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  • The Role of Communication in the Animal Industry

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    The Role of Communication in the Animal Industry The animal industry is a growing field of interest, and in this growing field lies the value of communication. Communication plays a crucial role in Animal Science through written, oral, visual, and electronic communication. These types of communication are also useful when it comes to job searching. Dr. Brad Skaar shared with me his views on the value of communication in the discipline of Animal Science. Animal Science places a great value on

  • Animal Testing in the Makeup Industry

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    Introduction Animal testing has continued to be used throughout the makeup industry, with over 200 main stream brands actively testing on animals (PeTA, 2012). Some of which include prestigious brands such as Clinique, Elizabeth Arden and Lancôme. The need for change comes as animals are continuously being exploited by these large companies. For all the testing of cosmetics and toiletry products on animals has been banned in the UK, laboratories that use mice, rats, birds, reptiles and amphibians

  • The Importance of the Animal Industry and Science

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    This made up a complex relationship between human and animals. Animals are used for variety of purposes such as providing food, acting as companion and using for scientific research. As humans developed their skills, they started to domesticate animals. Livestock are domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting to produce commodities such as food, fibre and labour. The world’s population now exceeds seven billion. The number of farm animals reared for food globally has risen from 60 billion

  • Animal Testing in the Cosmetics Industry

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    Companies testing cosmetics on animals are not just applying lipstick to a rabbit to gauge its reaction; they are looking for irritation, blistering, and swelling. The tests being performed on animals are, oftentimes, painful and can even be fatal. Experiments can range from testing chemicals on skin and eyes, to forcing the animals to ingest lethal doses of product ingredients. Many cosmetic companies currently implementing such testing, ignoring the fact that it is not required by law in the United

  • Should Animals Be Used for Research in the Cosmetic Industry?

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    Should animals be used for research in cosmetic industry? Animal testing is widely used to develop new medicines and to test the safety of other products. These experiments can cause pain to the animals involved or reduce their quality of life in other ways. Animal experimenters are aware of this problem and agree that the testing should be made as humane as possible. While this practice has been followed for years now, some people still strongly believe that it is a cruel act and should be permanently

  • Agrivet And Animal Clinic: A Study Of The Agriculture And Veterinary Industry

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Agrivet and animal clinic is a combination of agriculture and veterinary industry. Agriculture can be described as the art and science of growing and harvesting of crops and raising of animals for food, other human needs or financial gain. It defines agriculture as an art and a science and therefore contains particular disciplines. It has two major parts which are crop and livestock production. The main function is for the production of food, other needs of individuals like

  • Monkeys Don't Like Wearing Makeup: Animal Testing In The Cosmetics Industry

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    An argument people have who are for animal testing in the cosmetics industry is that it helps humans survive and avoid suffering from poorly tested cosmetics. But if people are not to be subjected to these testing and experimentation methods, why are animals? Animal experimentation has been around since the early 3rd century BCE. Back then doctors would cut open and examine the insides of animals before then doing the same to humans (beauty sparkle). The animals frequently used are rodents, dogs,

  • Animal Cruelty in Factory Farms, the Clothing Trade, Laboratories, and the Entertainment Industry

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    Animal rights is the viewpoint that animals have rights corresponding to the way humans do. Animal cruelty is a worldwide social problem that is multidimensional. Animals are generally abused in four major areas: factory farms, in the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry (PETA.org). Factories often conceal their harmful acts to avoid animal welfare laws imposed by the government. In a household, people isolate or physically abuse their animals, which can also be linked

  • Animal Rights vs Human Morals

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    can agree that animals need rights to be able to stay alive and be safe. But ask yourself is that really the only solution to saving animals? In my case, I believe that is not the only solution, for animals to be safe people need to realize it’s their fault animals are put through suffrage. Animal’s lives are put on the line due to the actions of human beings. Animals do not need rights to be protected. Human beings need to learn to behave morally, rather than on the act of animal rights, although

  • Stop Killing for Fur Coats

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    epidemic, which is frequently looked over. Due to fashion and profit, animals are subjected to lives of pure torture and eventually death. Most of the fur contained in fur coats and accessories comes from fur farms, which make up nearly 85% of the fur used (Coster). The other 15% comes from the world fur trade. In order to meet escalating demand, today’s $15 billion industry now relies on the mass factory farming of wild and domestic animals to produce the majority of the world’s fur (Rogers). Fur farming

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