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  • Modelling female reproductive function in farmed

    2010-12-1 · 1. Introduction. Reproductive success in farmed animals involves several distinct but sequential, biological events. The first is the initiation or resumption of cyclical ovarian activity in the female leading to oestrous behaviour and the release of a healthy egg (i.e. oocyte) at ovulation.

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  • The adipose tissue in farm animals: a proteomic

    We herein provide a general overview of adipose tissue functions and its importance in farm animals. This review will summarize recent achievements in farm animal adipose tissue proteomics, mainly in cattle and pigs, but also in poultry, i.e. chicken and in farmed fish. Proteomics advancement in adipocyte cell lines, have also been included.

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  • FAANG - A Global Network - Functional Annotation

    S ince 2015, the FAANG consortium is working to discover basic functional knowledge of genome function to decipher the genotype-to-phenotype (G2P) link in farmed animals. Our community is working to. standardize core assays and experimental protocols, coordinate and facilitate data sharing through its …

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  • From FAANG to fork: application of highly

    2020-11-24 · The application of genome editing to farmed animals is advancing rapidly, mainly due to development of CRISPR/Cas technologies [12, 14]. The CRISPR toolbox has expanded to improve precision, allow modulation of gene expression and epigenetic modifications, and now forms an integral part of the future FAANG roadmap . CRISPR-mediated modification of putative genomic elements can confirm their functionality …

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  • Feed ingredients and fertilizers for farmed aquatic animals

    2021-2-8 · Feed ingredients and fertilizers for farmed aquatic animals. The present technical paper presents an up-to-date overview of the major feed ingredient sources and feed additives commonly used within industrially compounded aquafeeds, including feed ingredient sources commonly used within farm-made aquafeeds, and major fertilizers and manures used in ...

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  • Dietary phytonutrients and animal health:

    Abstract. The composition of dietary macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, and fibers) and micronutrients (vitamins, phytochemicals) can markedly influence the development of immune responses to enteric infection. This has important implications for livestock production, where a significant challenge exists to ensure healthy and productive ...

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  • The ARKdb: genome databases for farmed and

    2001-1-1 · The ARKdb genome databases provide comprehensive public repositories for genome mapping data from farmed species and other animals (http://www.thearkdb.org) providing a resource similar in function to that offered by GDB or MGD for human or mouse genome mapping data, respectively. Because we have attempted to build a generic mapping database, the system has wide …

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  • Effects of Farmed Animal Advocacy Messaging on

    2017-12-1 · Introduction. Optimal gastrointestinal functionality is essential for sustainable animal production. Effective functionality of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) and its health are important factors in determining animal performance (growth, milk yield, meat and egg quality). Several, complex mechanisms are involved in GIT functionality and health, ...

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  • Gastrointestinal functionality in animal nutrition and ...

    2021-4-20 · To disinfect the entire water system, formalin was applied (aqueous solution of formaldehyde stabilized with methanol), [23, 24]. For the treatment, we used 1 l of formaldehyde 38% (38 mg/ml) for every 4000 L of water. Formalin was left in the tank water …

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  • Modelling female reproductive function in farmed

    2010-12-1 · In reviewing mathematical models of reproduction in farmed animals, Blanc et al. (2001) noted that the main focus was on specific events and stages of reproduction, and stressed the need for a systems approach to link these together with both environmental and management factors. Subsequent to that review there has been considerable progress in modelling different aspects of reproduction, …

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  • Feed ingredients and fertilizers for farmed aquatic animals

    2021-2-8 · Feed ingredients and fertilizers for farmed aquatic animals – Sources and composition ISSN 2070 -7010 978 9 2 5 1 0 6 4 2 1 4 I1142E/1/10.09/1800 ISBN 978-92-5-106421-4 ISSN 2070-7010. Cover photographs: Left top to bottom: Feed ingredients (groundnut cake, rice bran and maize flour) for preparation of farm-made feed in

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  • On the longtermist case for working on farmed

    2021-4-11 · I also considered the following title for this post, which might be more fitting: Does expanding moral circles to one type of being also expand them to other types of beings? SUMMARY Some people think that longtermists should prioritise work focused on farmed animals in the near-term future. The argument for this typically includes the premises that the vast majority of all the suffering and ...

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  • The ARKdb: genome databases for farmed and

    2001-1-1 · Data retrieval. Data are retrieved, either in graphical form through the Anubis genome viewer, or with the WebinTool-based ARKdb browser. WebinTool is a generic tool for building interfaces to relational databases via the Web.Developed entirely in-house, it provides a scripting language to interrogate and/or manipulate a relational database, handling CGI form variables auto­matically and ...

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  • ARKdb: genome databases for farmed and other

    2001-1-1 · The ARKdb genome database model has been implemented for 10 species to date. These are pig, chicken, sheep, cattle, horse, deer, tilapia, cat, turkey and salmon. Access to the ARKdb databases is effected via the World Wide Web using the ARKdb browser and Anubis map viewer.

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  • General approach to fish welfare and to the concept of ...

    For some farmed animals there is a significant body of scientific literature that can be drawn upon to assess or measure (directly or indirectly) the impact of various husbandry systems on the welfare of the animals concerned. However, for fish there are few such data owing to the

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  • THE NUTRITION AND FEEDING OF FARMED FISH

    2021-2-17 · These animals therefore drink little or no water, and have to compensate for their urinary salt losses by actively pumping salt from the external medium across the gills into the plasma. Freshwater fish and prawns are therefore more demanding on an adequate dietary mineral supply than marine fish and shrimp (Cowey and Sargent, 1979).

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  • Research on Aquatic Farmed Animal Welfare Is

    2018-11-26 · The human population is growing, and as a result we need to produce more food whilst reducing the impact of farming on the environment. Selective breeding and genomic selection have had a transformational impact on livestock productivity, and now transgenic and genome-editing technologies offer exciting opportunities for the production of fitter, healthier and more-productive livestock.

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  • Influence of social status on ovarian function in

    We conclude that although there is a tendency for dominance status to affect ovarian function, as observed before, this relationship is obscured in farmed red deer where all animals in the herd enjoy a higher plane of nutrition and movements of individuals between groups confuse dominance relationships. PMID: 10073469 [Indexed for MEDLINE]

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  • On the longtermist case for working on farmed

    2021-4-11 · I also considered the following title for this post, which might be more fitting: Does expanding moral circles to one type of being also expand them to other types of beings? SUMMARY Some people think that longtermists should prioritise work focused on farmed animals in the near-term future. The argument for this typically includes the premises that the vast majority of all the suffering and ...

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  • Module 24 Welfare of Farmed Fish and Aquatic

    2020-9-29 · Module 24 Welfare of Farmed Fish and Aquatic Invertebrates (Fish Welfare Part 2) Lecture otes Concepts in Animal Welfare 3rd Edition 2014 2 Slide 4: Potential or actual welfare concerns may be identified using the Five Freedoms.

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  • ARKdb: genome databases for farmed and other

    2001-1-1 · The ARKdb genome database model has been implemented for 10 species to date. These are pig, chicken, sheep, cattle, horse, deer, tilapia, cat, turkey and salmon. Access to the ARKdb databases is effected via the World Wide Web using the ARKdb browser and Anubis map viewer.

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  • ROVIMIX® ß-Carotene | DSM Animal Nutrition & Health

    Cows whose diets are supplemented with ROVIMIX ® β-Carotene also have increased production of fat-corrected milk. ROVIMIX ® ß-Carotene, which is widely used in ruminant diets, is formulated to provide: High stability in mineral and specialty feeds. High bioavailability. Optimum particle size with low dust.

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  • Who Cares about Farmed Fish? Citizen Perceptions of

    2011-12-21 · This paper explores citizens’ views about the welfare of farmed fish and the mental abilities of fish with a large survey data sample from Finland (n = 1,890). Although studies on attitudes towards animal welfare have been increasing, fish welfare has received only limited empirical attention, despite the rapid expansion of aquaculture sector. The results show that the welfare of farmed fish ...

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  • Farmed insects could provide feed for livestock -

    2012-9-28 · Common house flies (Musca domestica) may be a cheap and sustainable source of feed for farm animals, according to a scientist and an entrepreneur.The flies, whose larvae can be bred, nurtured and ground into granules, provide roughly the same amount of edible protein as fish meal and other widely used protein sources, said entrepreneur Jason Drew.

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  • Livestock 2.0 – genome editing for fitter, healthier,

    2018-11-26 · The human population is growing, and as a result we need to produce more food whilst reducing the impact of farming on the environment. Selective breeding and genomic selection have had a transformational impact on livestock productivity, and now transgenic and genome-editing technologies offer exciting opportunities for the production of fitter, healthier and more-productive livestock.

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  • Should animal organs be farmed for human transplants?

    Why Is the Ocean Important. The Ocean is a vital lift support system. Everything that we rely on in our day to day lives leads back to it. The Ocean is the foundation of all life, an extraordinary and largely unexplored place, teeming with fascinatingly diverse plants and animals which, together with currents and natural systems, shape our planet.

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  • RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING FARMED FISH

    RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING FARMED FISH. adopted by the Standing Committee on 5 December 2005 (In accordance with Article 9, paragraph 3 of the Convention, this Recommendation entered into force on 5 June 2006)-----PREAMBLE (1) The Standing Committee of the European Convention on the Protection of Animals kept for Farming Purposes,

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  • Efficiency of Probiotics in Farm Animals | IntechOpen

    2020-9-29 · Module 24 Welfare of Farmed Fish and Aquatic Invertebrates (Fish Welfare Part 2) Lecture otes Concepts in Animal Welfare 3rd Edition 2014 2 Slide 4: Potential or actual welfare concerns may be identified using the Five Freedoms.

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  • Module 24 Welfare of Farmed Fish and Aquatic

    Commercial farm trials show that supplementing the diet of dairy cows with ROVIMIX ® β-Carotene can produce a return on investment of more than 8:1. ROVIMIX ® ß-Carotene, which is widely used in ruminant diets, is formulated to provide: High stability in mineral and specialty feeds. High bioavailability. Optimum particle size with low dust.

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  • ROVIMIX® ß-Carotene

    We support research involving the use of animals and are committed to ensuring high standards of welfare for all managed animals (including farmed, laboratory, and companion). Aim. To encourage fundamental research that seeks to understand and promote the welfare of managed animals in the UK, including farmed, laboratory, and companion animals.

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  • Welfare of managed animals - BBSRC

    2021-4-10 · The first World Day for Farmed Animals is celebrated by putting the spotlight on the plights of farm animals. 2005. Paige’s National Farm Animals Day. Colleen Paige, a famous celebrity pet lifestyle expert, announces April 10 as the day to be dedicated to farm animals and raising awareness of their poor living conditions.

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  • NATIONAL FARM ANIMALS DAY - April 10, 2022 |

    Corpus ID: 230516576. Acidification of drinking water: Effects on water quality and welfare of farmed fur animals @inproceedings{La2007AcidificationOD, title={Acidification of drinking water: Effects on water quality and welfare of farmed fur animals}, author={La and Kolesnikova and L. N. Ivanov and Nancy and Pace and Reed P. Wawen and M. R. Wlson and H. Kyle and N. P. Robinson}, year={2007} }

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  • [PDF] Acidification of drinking water: Effects on water ...

    2012-9-28 · Common house flies (Musca domestica) may be a cheap and sustainable source of feed for farm animals, according to a scientist and an entrepreneur.The flies, whose larvae can be bred, nurtured and ground into granules, provide roughly the same amount of edible protein as fish meal and other widely used protein sources, said entrepreneur Jason Drew.

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  • Farmed insects could provide feed for livestock -

    2020-12-7 · Relative to the number of farmed animals on the continent, Africa remains neglected when it comes to funding. Compared to other regions of the world, animal advocacy initiatives received only 80,000 in funding from EA sources that we are aware of since January 2019 (this includes the recent 40,000 we received).

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  • Introducing Animal Advocacy Africa - EA Forum

    Why Is the Ocean Important. The Ocean is a vital lift support system. Everything that we rely on in our day to day lives leads back to it. The Ocean is the foundation of all life, an extraordinary and largely unexplored place, teeming with fascinatingly diverse plants and animals which, together with currents and natural systems, shape our planet.

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  • General approach to fish welfare and to the concept of ...

    For some farmed animals there is a significant body of scientific literature that can be drawn upon to assess or measure (directly or indirectly) the impact of various husbandry systems on the welfare of the animals concerned. However, for fish there are few such data owing to the

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  • Effects of Farmed Animal Advocacy Messaging on

    RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING FARMED FISH. adopted by the Standing Committee on 5 December 2005 (In accordance with Article 9, paragraph 3 of the Convention, this Recommendation entered into force on 5 June 2006)-----PREAMBLE (1) The Standing Committee of the European Convention on the Protection of Animals kept for Farming Purposes,

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  • RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING FARMED FISH

    2015-1-7 · Deer farmed for commercial purposes are kept in various situations ranging from small enclosures on fauna parks, intensive deer farms and those utilising extensive grazing at low stocking rates on unimproved pastures. Regardless of the type of husbandry, owners, managers or handlers of deer are responsible for the care of animals under their ...

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  • Animal Welfare - Code of Practice for Farming Deer in WA

    Seafood Watch was developed by the Monterey Bay Aquarium to research and evaluate wild-caught and farmed seafood. The result is comprehensive seafood sustainability recommendations for the major seafood species consumed in the United States. Seafood Watch defines sustainable seafood as from sources, whether fished or farmed, that can maintain or increase production into the long-term without ...

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  • Seafood Watch | FishChoice

    2020-5-26 · Farmed fish welfare practices: salmon farming as a case study. 3 List of tables and figures Table 1 Atlantic salmon life cycle assessment of stressors .....9 Table 2 Scoring technique to evaluate welfare at slaughter.....19 Table 3 List of welfare indicators (WI) based on …

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  • Farmed fish welfare practices: salmon farming as a case

    2013-9-19 · Original article: Vitamin B12 deficiency (source was Ancare (Australia) at the time but the company seems to have been taken over). Vitamin B12 Deficiency in animals is the end result of insufficient Cobalt intake. Cobalt is acquired from the pasture and soil as animals feed and is used to make Vitamin B12 by micro-organisms with the rumen (2nd stomach).

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  • Supplementation of Vitamin B12 in Cattle and Sheep

    2020-9-2 · Unlike wild animals, humans do not require meat to survive (and definitely not dairy products from other animals). Eating meat is a choice and, as moral actors, the correct choice is surely to give up meat and dairy. NATURE. Humans (and our ancestors) have eaten meat for an estimated 2.6 million years. In fact, scientists argue that animal ...

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  • Non-additive association analysis using proxy

    2021-5-27 · Animals within these five key datasets mostly consisted of commercially farmed, outbred cows that had been genotyped and phenotyped as part of commercial livestock improvement activities.

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  • The Importance of Proteins, Minerals, and Vitamins

    2011-3-14 · duction. Proteins are important for weight gain, growth, and gestation. Young animals need diets higher in proteins than older animals. Animals in gestation or lactation stages also need higher levels of proteins in their diets. Proteins are made up of various combinations of up to 26 amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins.

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  • Our Thinking on our Recommendation of Wild

    2011-1-21 · Animal migrations are often spectacular, and migratory species harbor zoonotic pathogens of importance to humans. Animal migrations are expected to enhance the global spread of pathogens and facilitate cross-species transmission. This does happen, but new research has also shown that migration allows hosts to escape from infected habitats, reduces disease levels when infected animals do not ...

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  • If factory farm conditions are unhealthy for animals,

    2020-12-14 · Results. Global antimicrobial consumption in aquaculture in 2017 was estimated at 10,259 tons (95% uncertainty interval 3163–44,727 tons). From this …

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  • Insects As Feed EU Legislation – Aquaculture,

    2021-7-13 · END the suffering of farmed animals in mobile torture chambers. No food, no water, no rest, no room to even move. For up to 28 straight hours, animals are packed into trucks and trailers so tight that millions die in transport every year! Others suffer terribly, they are injured, bruised, broken and gored. Then there is the stress.

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  • Roslin response to UK Government consultation on

    The “traditional” technologies associated with breeding of farmed animals and crops and the newer genetic technologies have made substantial contributions to the supply and quality of food for mankind. The challenges of climate change and achieving adequate nutrition for healthy populations require the bringing together of all approaches to ...

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  • Assessing the risks of SARS-CoV-2 in wildlife | One

    expect that a farmed deer will reach a substantial amount of weight when they are young and their meat is tender. It will be required to slaughter farmed deer even if their weight is low in order to enjoy the soft meat. On the other hand, if the quality of meat and/or velvet can be improved by grain feeding, deer caught in the wild should be fed for some time even if they have already reached ...

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  • expect that a farmed deer will reach a substantial

    2021-7-17 · La revue Viandes et produits carnés, articles scientifiques. Articles Process et Technologies; Viande bovine, ovine, caprine, équine (PDF)

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  • Farmed animals’ status and rights in France:

    Free-range laying hens inside a shed. Photograph: Ian Hinchliffe/Alamy. Lawmakers in Germany have voted against a ban on live exports to 17 countries outside the EU – including Egypt, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Iran, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Libya and Syria. The discount chain Aldi has agreed to raise animal welfare standards for the meat sold in its German supermarkets.

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  • Animals farmed: EU cage-ban moves closer, magic of

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  • Estimates of global captive vertebrate numbers —

    2020-2-18 · My impression is that this covers most of the animals farmed for fur. However, this number excludes some animal species and countries. It also seems to exclude trapped animals. TruthAboutFur.com (a pro-fur website) claims that worldwide, about 85% of the furs produced come from farmed animals. The rest comes from trapped animals.

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  • Zoo Animals Are Getting Experimental Coronavirus

    2021-7-3 · The vaccine is solely for animals, goes through a different approval process than for people, and cannot be used to protect humans. “It means a lot more safety for our beautiful animals,” Dr. Alex Herman, said vice president of veterinary services at the Oakland Zoo. “Our very first animals to get vaccinated at the zoo were two of our ...

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  • Tesis: 'Domestic animals, europe' – Grafiati

    A household was classified as T. gondii seropositive if at least one species tested positive. The study revealed that 78 out of 121 sheep (64.46%), 69 out of 128 goats (53.91%), 36 out of 106 pigs (33.96%), 35 out of 109 cats (32.11%) and 46 out of 137 chickens (33.58%) were seropositive for the parasite.

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  • How many animals for human comsumption are in

    2021-3-2 · More than 200 million animals are killed for food around the world every day – just on land. Including wild-caught and farmed fishes, we get a total closer to 3 billion animals killed daily. That comes out to 72 billion land animals and over 1.2 trillion aquatic animals killed …

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  • Silage Inoculants – Lallemand Animal Nutrition

    LEVUCELL SB is a specific probiotic live yeast dedicated to monogastric animals that acts on intestinal microbiota and strengthen animal's natural defenses. LEVUCELL SC Levucell SC is a specific live probiotic yeast used in ruminants and horses feeds, to optimize rumen function in ruminants and hindgut function in horses.

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  • What is animal sentience and why is it important? –

    For example, animals farmed for food under intensive or free-range systems, animals in zoos and circuses or companion animals. This results in greater consideration of the mental well-being of animals, an area which is now receiving more attention.

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  • Food Safety considerations concerning the species

    Food Safety considerations concerning the species-specific welfare aspects of the main systems of stunning and killing of farmed fish The EFSA Journal (2009) 1190, 4-16 BACKGROUND AS PROVIDED BY EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directive 93/119/EC provides conditions for the stunning and killing of farm animals.

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  • The Importance of Proteins, Minerals, and Vitamins

    2011-3-14 · duction. Proteins are important for weight gain, growth, and gestation. Young animals need diets higher in proteins than older animals. Animals in gestation or lactation stages also need higher levels of proteins in their diets. Proteins are made up of various combinations of up to 26 amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins.

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  • 10 Reasons to Say NO to Farmed Animals as 'Gifts'

    Introduction & Summary. During the holiday gift-giving season, a popular choice for gift-donations are programs that send live farmed animals as “gifts” to help alleviate hunger and poverty in low-income countries. Our purpose here is to make the criticisms of these campaigns public and to encourage alternatives that are more effective and more compassionate.

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  • What are the animal welfare issues with pig farming ...

    References [] Australian Pork: Our Farming Systems (2020)[] Hemsworth P (2018) Key determinants of pig welfare: implications of animal management and housing design on livestock welfareAnimal Production Science, 58:1375-1386. [] Van de Weerd H (2009) A review of environmental enrichment for pigs housed in intensive housing systemsApplied Animal Behaviour, 116:1-20.

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  • 5 Methods of Identifying Farm Animals - Livestocking

    2015-12-29 · 3. Number Tagging. 4. Branding. 5. Ear Notching. A livestock farmer is expected to establish the identity of an animal as soon as the animal is born or some days after birth. A lot of farmers have ignored the importance of animal identification. Giving names to farm animals may serve the purpose to an extent for a small herd, but may not be ...

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  • Overfishing, Conservation, Sustainability, and

    2021-7-5 · Overfishing, Conservation, Sustainability, and Farmed Fish. As with many other aspects of government policy, overfishing and other fishing-related environmental issues are a real problem, but it ...

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  • Interim SARS-CoV-2 Guidance and Recommendations

    2020-6-10 · 1Note: Additional guidance on ferrets and other small non-traditional companion animals is forthcoming 2Increased death loss means losses above those expected during production 3Other common causes of respiratory and/or gastrointestinal disease and increased death loss should be ruled out first. Interim SARS-CoV-2 Guidance and Recommendations for Farmed

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  • Feeds for Aquaculture | NOAA Fisheries

    2021-7-14 · While fish and shrimp don't require fishmeal and oil in their diets, these ingredients have almost a perfect balance of the 40 or so essential nutrients that animals need to be healthy and grow – the same reason that seafood is so good for humans as well.. Fishmeal is a natural and well-balanced source of high-quality protein. As ingredients in aquaculture feed, fishmeal and fish oil supply ...

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  • Animal Welfare - Code of Practice for Farming Deer in WA

    2015-1-7 · Deer farmed for commercial purposes are kept in various situations ranging from small enclosures on fauna parks, intensive deer farms and those utilising extensive grazing at low stocking rates on unimproved pastures. Regardless of the type of husbandry, owners, managers or handlers of deer are responsible for the care of animals under their ...

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  • Be a Voice for Animals - Mercy For Animals - Change the ...

    2020-6-25 · How to be an effec tive a dvocate for animals in th e policy spa ce One of the most important aspects of being an advocate is to be wel l informed. Mercy For Animals provides information on issues involving farmed animals across our digital platforms. Remember, a local representative may look to you as a knowledgeable and

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  • Ethoxyquin: An Antioxidant Used in Animal Feed

    Ethoxyquin (EQ, 6-ethoxy-1,2-dihydro-2,2,4-trimethylquinoline) is widely used in animal feed in order to protect it against lipid peroxidation. EQ cannot be used in any food for human consumption (except spices, e.g., chili), but it can pass from feed to farmed fish, poultry, and eggs, so human beings can be exposed to this antioxidant. The manufacturer Monsanto Company (USA) performed a ...

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  • Supplementation of Vitamin B12 in Cattle and Sheep

    2013-9-19 · Original article: Vitamin B12 deficiency (source was Ancare (Australia) at the time but the company seems to have been taken over). Vitamin B12 Deficiency in animals is the end result of insufficient Cobalt intake. Cobalt is acquired from the pasture and soil as animals feed and is used to make Vitamin B12 by micro-organisms with the rumen (2nd stomach).

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  • Don’t Give Up Meat for the Planet. Grass-Fed Beef Is

    2020-2-14 · In the media coverage of the Australian bushfires, which have so far burned 10 million hectares of land, few headlines have mentioned the suffering and deaths of cows, sheep and other farmed animals. The New South Wales state government has confirmed 13,120 deaths, and in South Australia alone 50,000 have been confirmed dead, burned in the ...

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  • Behind the Smoke Screen: The Hidden ... - We Animals

    Factory Farmed Animals: DUCKS. from Tamarahco Hen Productions Plus . 5 years ago. ... diarrhea, impaired liver function, heat stress, lesions, and fractures of the sternum. Some ducks die of aspiration pneumonia, which occurs when grain is forced into the ducks’ lungs or when birds choke on their own vomit. In one study, birds force-fed for ...

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  • Factory Farmed Animals: DUCKS on Vimeo

    2020-10-2 · Companion animals such as cats and dogs are susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 and humans can be a source of infection for them, however, the potential role of pets in disease transmission to humans is unknown. Other animals like hamsters, African green monkeys, rhesus macaques, raccoon dogs, mink, ferret, tiger, and lion are susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 too.

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