Summer 2001 Poultry Press
You are cordially invited to attend
FARMED ANIMAL
WELL-BEING CONFERENCE

THURSDAY, JUNE 28 – FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2001
ALUMNI CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS DAVIS, CALIFORNIA

Sponsored by: Animal Place • Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights • United Poultry Concerns

Purpose: To address welfare concerns regarding animals raised for food production. The target audience will be animal agribusiness, animal protectionists, scientists, students, and the general public.

Topics & Speakers About Chickens:
“Welfare Problems of ‘Laying’ Hens” – Joy Mench, PhD, University of California
“Welfare Problems of ‘Meat-type’ Chickens” – Ian J.H. Duncan, PhD, University of Guelph, Ontario
“Changing Our Views About the Domestic Chicken” – D.Sc., University of New England, Australia
“Emotions and Awareness in Birds,” Gisela Kaplan, PhD, University of New England, Australia

To Register: Mail completed registration form with check made payable to AVAR, PO Box 208, Davis, CA 95617-0208. Credit card payment is not available.


Conference Registration Form

Name ___________________________________________ Organization ______________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________ State ____________ Zip _____________ Phone (day/eve) _________________________________ E-mail _____________________________

Attendance Fees (includes vegan breakfasts and lunches) $75 full conference $40 day rate $25 student rate full conference $15 student day rate

For more information: Contact AVAR at 530-759-8106 or AVAR@igc.org; Animal Place at 707-449-4814 or AnimalPlace@aol.com; or United Poultry Concerns at 757-678-7875 or Karen@UPC-online.org.

Lodging: Best Western University Lodge has blocked rooms at $67/night single and $75/night double. Reservations must be made by 5/27/01 to receive this rate. Call: 530-756-7890 or e-mail: UniversityLodgeUCD@SoliSys.com. Tell them you are attending the conference; rooms are reserved under the Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference
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