Day 018 - 26 Jul 94 - Page 03
1 and transport of cattle, pigs and chickens?
Q. And the on-farm or rearing welfare of chickens?
3 A. Yes.
4 Q. Do you teach matters of that kind to ungraduates and post
5 A. Yes.
6 Q. Have you been concerned in the production of various codes
of conduct and practice relating to the welfare of farm
A. Indirectly, yes.
Q. How has that come about?
9 A. By providing information to the Ministry of
Agriculture Fisheries and Food which drafts the code of
11 Q. Have you had an input into what I might call the European
aspect of that topic?
12 A. Yes.
13 Q. Have you acted as a scientific expert advising the Council
14 A. Yes.
15 Q. Are you a member of the Scientific Advisory Panel of the
World Society for the Protection of Animals?
16 A. Yes.
17 Q. Are you an ethical representative or the ethical
representative -- I know not which -- on the Technical and
18 Ethical Committee of the British Society of Animal
19 A. Yes, and it is the latter.
20 Q. The ethical representative. For how long, Dr. Gregory,
have you concerned yourself with the welfare of farm
A. Since about 1973, but been an active researcher since
22 about 1979.
23 Q. I believe it to be the case that your term at Bristol is
shortly coming to an end?
24 A. Yes.
25 Q. You are proceeding as far as you can go -- New Zealand?
Q. To do what?
27 A. I have been offered a chair in Animal Welfare Science
at Mass(?) University which I have accepted.
Q. So we understand it properly, that means from the time
29 that you arrive you will be called Professor Gregory?
Q. You have been asked in this case to give expert evidence