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OIE Animal welfare standards broiler chicken production systems. Seminar for OIE National Focal Points for Animal Welfare of the middle East REGION Amman, Jordan, 17-18 March 2014. MVDr . Rastislav Kolesar International Trade Department [email protected]

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Oie animal welfare standards broiler chicken production systems

OIE Animal welfare standards broiler chicken production systems

Seminar for OIE National Focal Points for Animal Welfare of the middle East REGIONAmman, Jordan, 17-18 March 2014

MVDr. Rastislav Kolesar

International Trade [email protected]


Animal welfare broiler chicken production systems chapter 7 10

ANIMAL WELFARE & BROILER CHICKEN PRODUCTION SYSTEMS (CHAPTER 7.10)

  • Definition

  • Scope

  • Criteria or measurables for the welfare of broilers

  • Recommendations


Other chapters of oie terrestrial code related to aw of broilers

OTHER CHAPTERS OF OIE TERRESTRIAL CODE RELATED TO AW OF BROILERS

  • Transport of animals by land

  • Transport of animals by sea

  • Transport of animals by air

  • The slaughter of animals for human consumption

  • The killing of animals for disease control purposes


Animal welfare broiler chicken production systems chapter 7 101

ANIMAL WELFARE & BROILER CHICKEN PRODUCTION SYSTEMS (CHAPTER 7.10)

  • Definitions (Art. 7.10.1)

    • Chicken Broiler

      • means a bird of the species Gallus gallus kept for commercial meat production.

      • Poultry kept in village or backyard flocks are not included.

    • Harvesting

      • means the catching and loadingof birds on farm for transportation to the slaughterhouse/abattoir


Scope art 7 10 2

SCOPE (ART. 7.10.2)

  • from arrival of day old birds on the farm to harvesting the broilers in commercial production systems

  • cover broilers kept in cages, on slatted floors, litter or dirt and indoors or outdoors


Outcome based measures

OUTCOME BASED MEASURES


Criteria for the welfare of broilers art 7 10 3

CRITERIA FOR THE WELFARE OF BROILERS (ART. 7.10.3)

- Mortality, morbidity and culling

- Gait

- Contact dermatitis

- Feather conditions

- Incidence of diseases, metabolic disorders and parasitic infestation

Behavior

Water and Feed consumption

Performance

Injury rate

Eye condition

Vocalization


Gait and lameness

GAIT AND LAMENESS


Contact dermatitis

CONTACT DERMATITIS


Contact dermatitis1

CONTACT DERMATITIS


Breast blisters

BREAST BLISTERS


Feather conditions

FEATHER CONDITIONS


Stocking densitis and contact dermatitis

STOCKING DENSITIS AND CONTACT DERMATITIS


Incidence of disease ascites

INCIDENCE OF DISEASE - ASCITES

  • The term "ascites" refers to the fluid accumulation in abdominal cavity or in chest area.

  • The disease is more scientifically known as pulmonary hypertension syndrome.

  • Diagnosed at 4 - 5 weeks of age. Total mortality due to ascites is higher in the male parent lines, which have the capability of faster growth


Environment and management

ENVIRONMENT AND MANAGEMENT

  • Thermal environment

  • Lighting

  • Air quality

  • Flooring, bedding, resting surfaces and litter quality

  • Stocking density

  • Outdoor areas

  • Protection from predators


Light regime

LIGHT REGIME


Light mangement

LIGHT MANGEMENT

  • Continuous light produce low level of activity in broiler flocks throughout the day; the flock does not develop a circadian activity pattern

  • Alternating Light-Dark-Rhythms lead to increased activity in the light phases but do not increase the total activity


Light managment

LIGHT MANAGMENT

Gain of increased light regime - 25 grams / per bird or 1% % of weight

Culls in different light regime - 1,6 % increase in culled birds


Litter quality

LITTER QUALITY


Stocking densitis and contact dermatitis litter quality

STOCKING DENSITIS AND CONTACT DERMATITIS / LITTER QUALITY


Stocking density

Stocking density


Welfare quality assessment http www welfarequalitynetwork net

WELFARE QUALITY ASSESSMENThttp://www.welfarequalitynetwork.net


Oie animal welfare standards broiler chicken production systems

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