UBC: Dairy calves’ personalities predict their ability to cope with stress - [ARCHIVED]

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December 17, 2018

A UBC study published earlier this year found that dairy calves have distinct personality traits from a very young age. Researchers from the faculty of land and food systems tested calves for pessimism, fearfulness and sociability at both 25 and 50 days old, and learned that each calf has an inherent outlook that changes little with the passing of time.

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