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1. Grandin, T. (1989). Behavioral principles of livestock handling. Professional Animal Scientist, 5(2), 1-11.

2. Grandin, T. (1990). Design of loading facilities and holding pens. Applied Animal Behavior Science, 29, 187-201.

3. Grandin, T. (1997, September). The design and construction of facilities for handling cattle. Livestock Production Science, 49(2), 103-119.

Grandin, T., & Johnson, C. (2005). Animals in translation. New York: Scribner.

5. Grandin, T. (2007). Handling facilities and restraint of range cattle. In T. Grandin (Ed.), Livestock handling and transport (3rd ed) (pp. 90-108). Cambridge, MA: CABI.

6. Grandin, T., & Deesing, M. (2008). Humane livestock handling: Understanding livestock behavior and building facilities for healthier animals. North Adams, MA: Storey.

7. Grandin, T., & Johnson, C. (2009). Animals make us human. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

8. Grandin, T. (2010). Successful technology transfer of behavioural and animal welfare research to the farm and slaughter plant. In T. Grandin (Ed.), Improving animal welfare: A practical approach (pp. 274-299). Cambridge, MA: CABI.

9. Grandin, T. (2010, August). Solid vs. open design on livestock handling facilities, Beef.

10. Grandin, T. Improving animal movement.

11. Grandin, T. Importance of reducing noise when handling livestock.

12. Grandin, T., Lanier, J., & Deesing, M. Low stress methods for moving and herding cattle on pastures, paddocks, and large feedlot pens. 

13. Smith, B. 1998. Moving ‘em: A guide to low stress animal handling. Kamuela, HI: The Graziers Hui.

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I am the founder, editor and publisher of On Pasture, now retired. My career spanned 40 years of finding creative solutions to problems, and sharing ideas with people that encouraged them to work together and try new things. From figuring out how to teach livestock to eat weeds, to teaching range management to high schoolers, outdoor ed graduation camping trips with fifty 6th graders at a time, building firebreaks with a 130-goat herd, developing the signs and interpretation for the Storm King Fourteen Memorial trail, receiving the Conservation Service Award for my work building the 150-mile mountain bike trail from Grand Junction, Colorado to Moab, Utah...well, the list is long so I'll stop with, I've had a great time and I'm very grateful.

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