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Perception of The Scientist and Student’s Regarding Factory Farming

Rahul Choudhary, Gautam Singh, Sumer Singh Sangwan, Rakesh Ahuja, Sarita Khatri, Sukh Pal Singh.


The sample under study constituted randomly chosen scientists and students. The perception was conceptualized as positive or negative inclination towards acceptance of factory farming and was assessed using a questionnaire. The average score of respondents indicated neutral opinion about factory farming with scientists having far more acceptance than students. Veterinary education seemingly contributes significantly in shaping the perception towards factory farming. It is further argued that the respondent’s opinion does not vary greatly indicating the influence of cultural and traditional values. Further research to understand the factors underlying perception is suggested.

Key words: Factory farming, Perception towards factory farming, Scientists

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