2021 - UFAW Medal for Outstanding Contributions to Animal Welfare Science, Universities Federation for Animal Welfare
2018 - Honory Fellow of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE)
Welfare, Legislation, Animal welfare, Animal science and Animal Welfare are her primary areas of study. Her research in Welfare intersects with topics in Natural resource economics and Sustainability. Her study in Animal welfare is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Livestock, Foot rot and Disease.
Broiler is the focus of her Animal science research. Her studies deal with areas such as Competence and Agricultural science as well as Broiler. Her work carried out in the field of Animal Welfare brings together such families of science as Stressor and Social stress.
Joy A. Mench spends much of her time researching Animal science, Animal welfare, Welfare, Veterinary medicine and Animal Welfare. The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Ecology, Feather, Foraging and Animal-assisted therapy. Her research in the fields of Feather pecking and Amazona amazonica overlaps with other disciplines such as Furnished cages.
In Foraging, Joy A. Mench works on issues like Environmental enrichment, which are connected to Developmental psychology and Quail. Her Animal welfare study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stakeholder, Sustainability and Environmental resource management. Her Welfare study combines topics in areas such as Animal husbandry, Agriculture, Elephas, Public economics and Natural resource economics.
Her main research concerns Animal welfare, Welfare, Veterinary medicine, Animal science and Elephas. Her Animal welfare research includes elements of Variety, Sustainability and Generalized estimating equation. Her work deals with themes such as Animal husbandry, Agriculture, Natural resource economics and Developing country, which intersect with Welfare.
Joy A. Mench has researched Veterinary medicine in several fields, including Range, Feather and Foraging. Her research on Animal science focuses in particular on Stocking. Her work in Animal welfare science addresses issues such as Reproductive health, which are connected to fields such as Animal Welfare.
Her primary areas of study are Welfare, Animal welfare, Elephas, Social environment and Ecology. Her Welfare research integrates issues from Consumer confidence index, Public economics, Agriculture, Veterinary medicine and Physiology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic growth, Animal Welfare, Animal welfare science and Reproductive health in addition to Agriculture.
Her Veterinary medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Claw, Quality assessment and Animal science. Joy A. Mench integrates Animal welfare with Audit in her study. Her work on Reproduction, Herd and Asian elephant as part of her general Ecology study is frequently connected to Birth rate, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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The biology of animal stress: basic principles and implications for animal welfare.
Gary P. Moberg;Joy A. Mench.
Hen welfare in different housing systems
D.C. Lay;R.M. Fulton;P.Y. Hester;D.M. Karcher.
Poultry Science (2011)
Poultry Behaviour and Welfare
Michael C. Appleby;Joy A. Mench;Barry O. Hughes.
The challenge of challenge: Can problem solving opportunities enhance animal welfare?
Cheryl L. Meehan;Joy A. Mench.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2007)
Broiler breeders: feed restriction and welfare
Worlds Poultry Science Journal (2002)
Lateralization of a food search task in the domestic chick.
J.A. Mench;R.J. Andrew.
Behavioral and Neural Biology (1986)
Health and disease
M. S. Cockram;B. O. Hughes.
Animal Welfare (2011)
The effect of light intensity on the behavior, eye and leg health, and immune function of broiler chickens
R. A. Blatchford;K. C. Klasing;H. L. Shivaprasad;P. S. Wakenell.
Poultry Science (2009)
Stereotypies in caged parrots, schizophrenia and autism: evidence for a common mechanism.
Joseph P Garner;Cheryl L Meehan;Joy A Mench.
Behavioural Brain Research (2003)
Reliability and validity of a modified gait scoring system and its use in assessing tibial dyschondroplasia in broilers
J P Garner;C Falcone;P Wakenell;M Martin.
British Poultry Science (2002)
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