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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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