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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 r.kolesar@oie.int.

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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 REGIONAmman, Jordan, 17-18 March 2014

MVDr. Rastislav Kolesar

International Trade Departmentr.kolesar@oie.int

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
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

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 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

welfare quality assessment http www welfarequalitynetwork net
WELFARE QUALITY ASSESSMENThttp://www.welfarequalitynetwork.net