|Contributions||Watson, Duncan, Sir, 1878-, Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries.|
|LC Classifications||SF488.G6 A5 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. incl. tables.|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||40004734|
The Five Freedoms outline five aspects of animal welfare under human control. They were developed in response to a UK Government report on livestock husbandry, and were formalised in press statement by the UK Farm Animal Welfare Council. The Five Freedoms have been adopted by professional groups including veterinarians, and organisations including . The phrase was commandeered by the Brambell Committee report on the welfare of farm animals in intensive systems to summarise their conclusion that farm animals in confinement should be allowed sufficient space to permit the following five minimal behaviours or activities, namely to stand up, lie down, turn round, stretch their limbs and groom Cited by: 88 The value of poultry supplied in those years by Ireland to Great Britain exceeded in value that supplied by all other countries in Europe combined (Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland: eleventh annual general report –, p. 79 [Cd ], H.C. –13, xii, 85).Cited by: The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. Books from the extended shelves: Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries: The Agricultural Holdings Act, and , and the Corn Production Acts, and with explanatory notes and general statutory rules and regulations made by the minister .
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Today, as WHO/Europe’s Standing Committee of the Regional Committee met, Dr Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, briefed the group on the rapid escalation of COVID in the WHO European Region, . the WHO European Region’s year in review This was an important year for WHO/Europe. From working towards more affordable health care to electing a new Regional Director, much has been achieved over the past 12 months. Provides data on number of farms, land in farms, land use, irrigation, crops, livestock, poultry, value of farm products sold, hired farm labor, production expenses, and operator characteristics. Includes software and manipulable data files as well as Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF) files of the printed V. 1, Geographic Area Series. Brambell Committee (Report). House of Commons Debates. 5 August ;vc Winnifrith, J. 14 July NA MAF / Notes of meeting with Professor Hewer, 5 October , Minutes of 1st FAWAC meeting, 13 October , NA MAF /91; Welfare of livestock (Brambell committee's report). House of Commons Debates. 20 October Cited by: