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1 26th July, 1994.
2 MR. RAMPTON: Dr. Gregory, would you please go into the witness
Dr. Neville George Gregory, Sworn
4 Examined by Mr. Rampton.
5 Q. Dr. Gregory, are your full names Neville George Gregory?
Q. You have to say so because everything you say is recorded?
7 A. I understand.
8 Q. Keep your voice up. If you cannot hear what I say, tell me
so and I will repeat myself. Do you give your address as
9 the Department of Meat Animal Science at the University of
10 A. Now called the Division of Food Animal Science.
11 Q. Thank you. Do you have a BSc in Agriculture from the
University of Aberdeen?
12 A. Yes.
13 Q. A doctorate in philosophy and animal physiology from
14 A. Yes.
15 Q. Have you won a number of prizes?
Q. I am not going to go through them, but I do want to ask
17 you about this: In 1990 were you given an award by the
British Society of Animal Production and the RSPCA for
18 innovative developments in animal welfare?
Q. Was the citation for that award for your personal
20 contribution to the understanding of the science of
preslaughter stunning of animals and its application to
21 the improvement of farm animal welfare?
Q. Are you just for the moment, at least, senior research
23 fellow in the Division of Food Animal Science at Bristol?
Q. Is that part of a school of veterinary science?
25 A. Yes.
26 Q. Are you still the deputy head of department in charge of
its work on animal welfare?
27 A. Yes.
28 Q. Have you been coordinating research into stunning and
slaughter in cattle, pigs and chickens amongst other
29 species of animals?
Q. Have you concerned yourself with the preslaughter handling