Marina von Keyserlingk

Animal Welfare
The University of British Columbia (UBC) 



Plenary lecture entitled: 
Understanding cattle for better productivity, health and welfare

Moderator of the session: 
Should we house calves individually or in group
Housing calves individually may protect them from calf diarrhea, but are we actually reducing their resistance to disease by doing that? And how is their welfare and consumer views affected by individual housing?


Dr. von Keyserlingk is a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Industrial Research Chair holder in Animal Welfare at The University of British Columbia (UBC) and is recognized internationally for her research on care and housing for cattle.

Because of this work as an educator on farm animal care, the impact of her research can now be seen on farms around the world.