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Poultry Digital - July 2018

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T his edition of Poultry Digital Magazine looks at the welfare of multiple species – a big issue for a big issue. We've even looked at human welfare (page 16), whose social sustainability is often not considered in discussions of animal and environmental protection. Join us to learn how keel bone damage was studied in relation to productivity and mobility (page 10), and to get an update on recent research into piling behaviour and its associated welfare concerns (page 21). We also take a fresh look at global goose (page 12) and duck welfare (page 24), as well as how feed type might impact quails during transportation in terms of stress. By the way, how's Brexit going to aff ect the welfare of pheasants on farms and grouse on moors? Especially considering so much of the UK's pheasant population is imported as eggs or day-olds from France (page 30). Read on to fi nd out, and join us again in September for our special issue on "Poultry Heroes" – people who are changing the way we think about and raise poultry. Thanks always for reading, Poultry Digital Magazine #77 | July 2018 Editor Ryan Johnson Contributors Mike Colley Dr Lauren Edwards Melanie Epp Treena Hein Ryan Johnson Chris McCullough Jim Webster Matthew Wedzerai Design 5m Publishing Contact For editorial enquiries please contact newsdesk@5mpublishing.com For sales enquiries please contact sally.pye@5mpublishing.com 5m Publishing Unit 10 Southill Business Park Cornbury Park Charlbury, Oxford OX7 3EW Ryan Johnson | Editor PoultryDigital The latest news and features from the poultry industry Issue #77 | July 2018 www.thepoultrysite.com InsidetheWelfareissue |Keelbonedamageraiseswelfareconcerns•Afairerprospectforwaterfowl:aprogressreportonthreetop issues•Gettingtothebottomofthepile:solvingthemysteryofpilingbehaviour•Whywateraccessisthesecrettoduckhealth•Corn vswheat:whichdietresultsinhappier,healthierquails?•Makinglifepleasantforpheasants•WhatwillBrexitmeanfortheBritish gamesector?•Q&AwithLisaBeohm:acasestudyinhumanwelfare•ReaderQ&AwithMikeColley Keel bone damage: recent studies into flock welfare The latest in poultry welfare across the globe bone damage Hygiene Heat Stress Access to water feather damage Space for flight FROM THE EDITOR /thepoultrysite @thepoultrysite www.thepoultrysite.com ''Welfare: a big issue for a big issue" Looking ahead Inside the Poultry Heroes issue, September 2018 |The International Egg Foundation: the good an egg can do • Chicken tractors: a Salatin story 03

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