What does animal welfare mean to you?
Welfare generally refers to “the quality of an animal’s life as it is experienced by an individual animal”.
In its holistic sense, welfare encompasses not only the health and physical wellbeing of the animal, but the animal’s psychological wellbeing and the ability to express its own important behaviour. Welfare can be described as high if the animals are fit and healthy, feeling good and free from suffering.
This leaflet explains the concept of animal welfare, how it is can be defined and the implications for sentience, emotions and productivity of modern farm animals.
Cómo desarrollar un programa de gestión de antibióticos: Guía para las empresas
An effective Antibiotic Stewardship Programme (ASP) is required to protect animal health and welfare today and maintain the efficacy of our antibiotics into the future.
An effective ASP provides a clear strategy to achieve responsible use of antibiotics in your supply chain, helping you as a company to take control of the process and ensure its effective implementation, to:
- reduce the unnecessary use of antibiotics
- eliminate/robustly regulate the use of human critical antibiotics
- help prevent the development of antibiotic resistance