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Record number 434422
Title Sub-report-B - Update of influence of genetic parameters on the welfare and the resistance to stress of commercial broilers in De Jong, I., Berg, C., Butterworth, A. Estevéz, I. (Eds.) Scientific report updating the EFSA opinions on the welfare of broilers and broiler breeders
Author(s) Berg, C.; Butterworth, A.; Bihan-Duval, E. Le; Caplen, G.; Ferrari, P.; Jong, I.C. de; Rodenburg, T.B.; Sorensen, P.; Steenfeldt, S.; Veldkamp, T.
Source European Food Safety Authority - 116 p.
Department(s) LR - Animal Behaviour & Welfare
Behavioural Ecology
Animal Breeding and Genetics
WIAS
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) broilers - broiler breeders - animal housing - animal welfare - animal genetics - poultry housing - animal health - animal production
Categories Animal Health and Welfare / Poultry
About The EFSA AHAW panel is requested to develop several scientific opinions concerning animal based measures to assess the welfare of livestock animals. The main objective of this report is to review the broiler welfare literature to identify gaps and potential areas to strengthen and update three SCAHAW and EFSA opinions: 1) The welfare of chickens kept for meat production (broilers), 2) Influence of genetic parameters on the welfare and resistance to stress of commercial broilers, 3) Welfare aspects of the management and housing of the grand-parent and parent stocks raised and kept for breeding purposes.
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