Temple Gradin And Animal Behavior

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Temple Gradin born August 29, 1947 is an American best-selling author autism activist and consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior. She first studied animal behavior. She studied the behavior of cattle and how they reacted to ranchers, movement, objects and light. She then designed curved corrals that was intended to reduce stress, panic and injuries in animals being led to slaughter. She started her corral making more rounded curves rather than the sharp turns that was previously used. She then made sure that the ranchers walked counter clockwise so that the cattle would walk clockwise towards the dip. Next she made sure that there was no hanging objects dangling from the sides of the walls, for example shirts, ropes, ect. She
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