728: Welfare of farmed gamebirds
This paper is summarised from ‘Opinion on the Welfare of Farmed Gamebirds’ from the Farm Animal Welfare Council.
Year of Publication2008
Critical concerns are training, knowledge and experience of stockmen, barren raised cages for breeding pheasants and partridges, whether breeding partridges could be over-wintered in larger groups, stocking densities used for rearing birds, bits, spectacles and brailles, support to birds in release areas and biosecurity
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- Subject Collection > Tourism & recreation > Field sports, hunting & fishing
- Subject Collection > Livestock & dairy > Animal health & welfare
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