#12 Animal handling devices by Dr. Mary Temple Grandin
Born as an autistic kid in the late 1940s, Dr. Mary TempleGrandin is famous for being a spokesperson for people with autism. A professor at the Colorado State University, she teaches animal science.
She developed humane ways of bringing animals to slaughterhouses through work in animal science. Her contribution truly revolutionized and educated the livestock industry with proper animal behavior.
The inventions Dr. Grandin made are now standard practices in slaughterhouses for big fast-food chains in America and across the globe.
Her lifelong work with animals has helped her contribute to slaughterhouses’ ethical practices and be a voice for autism.