XIIIth International Congress in Animal Hygiene    

XIIIth International Congress in Animal Hygiene 17-21 June 2007 Tartu, Estonia Estonian University of Life Sciences


Sunday, June 17
Monday, June 18
Monday, June 18
Tuesday, June 19
Wednesday, June 20
Wednesday, June 20
Thursday, June 21


Table of Contents
Volume 1 (Full Text)
Volume 2 (Full Text)

  • Heard health management and quality risk control on large dairy farms
    Noordhuizen, J. P. Cannas da Silva, J.
  • The growing role of animal hygiene for producing food of animal origin
    BLAHA, T.
  • Animal health, animal welfare, biosecurity and environmental protection as major components of sustainable animal production
    Prof. J. KÖFER, Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, Austria
  • The “hygiene package” – a new approach to food safety
    Dr. R. DWINGER et al, European Commission, Belgium
  • New trends in preventing epidemic diseases in livestock and poultry
    Dr. P. VANNIER, French Agency for Food Sanitary Safety (AFSSA), France
  • New trends in animal welfare
    Prof. A. J. F. WEBSTER, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Impact on and demands for health and welfare of range beef cattle
    I. EKESBO, Sweden
  • Alley-floor design, claw lesions and locomotion in Swedish loose-housed dairy cattle
    J. HULTGREN et al., Sweden
  • The feeding behaviour of dairy cows and their welfare
    A. IVETIĆ et al., Serbia
  • Claw lesions of the dairy cattle in Tabriz area in Iran
    G. MOUSAVI et al., Iran
  • Effect of winter housing facilities on animal hygiene, somatic cell score and mastitis incidence
    K. O’DRISCOLL et al., Ireland
  • The influence of sole ulcers and digital dermatitis on dairy cows behaviour and milk composition
    A. PAVLENKO et al., Estonia
  • The virtual farm
    V. TUOVINEN et al., Finland
  • Microclimate in cowsheds in Finland and Estonia
    F. TEYE et al., Finland
  • Influence of milk feeding methods on the welfare of dairy calves
    L. LIDFORS, Sweden
  • The use of copper sulphate, peracetic acid or a combination of both in foot baths for the control of digital dermatitis and heel horn erosion in dairy cows
    C. BERGSTEN et al., Sweden
  • About development of the model of influence of biologically active substances on the resistance and efficiency of bulls
    N. CHERNY et al., Ukraine
  • Behaviour of dairy cows in the waiting area of large uninsulated cowsheds
    C. DIJKSTRA et al., Estonia
  • The bacterial flora in the teat duct of ewes can prevent from and can cause mastitis
    I. A. FRAGKOU et al., Greece
  • Effects of lamb sucking on the bacterial flora of teat duct and mammary gland of ewes
    D. A. GOUGOULIS et al., Greece
  • Chemical composition and energetic value of corn and Sudan grass silage added with molasses and bovine faeces
    J. E. GUERRA LIERA et al., México
  • Nutritional characterization of forage trees for ruminants feeding: identification, intake preference and tree density (advances)
    J. E. GUERRA LIERA et al., México
  • Milk production in Swedish primiparous dairy cows associated with calfhood rearing and health
    J. HULTGREN et al., Sweden
  • Theileriosis and babesiosis in cattle: haemogram and some biochemical parameters
    H. A. HUSSEIN et al., Egypt
  • Effects of grazing on the performance and behaviour of beef bulls
    A. HUUSKONEN et al., Finland
  • How behaviour predicts acute endotoxin mastitis in dairy cows?
    L. HÄNNINEN et al., Finland
  • Milking procedures having an impact on milk SCC
    H. KIIMAN et al., Estonia
  • Physiological status of livestock under the influence of abiotic environment factors
    O. KOZENKO et al., Ukraine
  • Selenium-dependent growth inhibition of mastitis pathogens in cow’s milk
    M. MALBE et al., Finland
  • Cubicle dimensions affect resting-related behaviour, injuries and dirtiness of loose-housed dairy cows
    P. MARTISKAINEN et al., Finland
  • Heavy metals pollution (Pb, Cd) and its influence on animals raised in a non-ferrous ore processing unit
    E. MITRANESCU et al., Romania
  • Prevention of wolf and other large carnivore damages in Finnish livestock herds using livestock guarding dogs (LGD)
    T. OTSTAVEL et al., Finland
  • Performance and behaviour of dairy bulls raised at pasture and in an uninsulated barn
    L. TUOMISTO et al., Finland
  • Epidemiological analysis and classification of the health status of pig herds
    C.-P. DICKHAUS et al., Germany
  • Risk-based meat inspection and risk-based official controls as means for improving animal health and animal welfare
    D. MEEMKEN et al., Germany
  • Relationships between lysine level in feed of weaners, acute phase protein and performances
    F. ROBERT et al., France
  • Metaphylactic treatment of piglets’ coccidiosis with Baycox°5%: effect on weight gain, diarrhoea-related morbidity, mortality during suckling and nursing, and economic efficiency
    F.-W. BUSSE et al., Germany
  • Study on the virulence and cross-neutralization capability of recent porcine parvovirus field isolates and vaccine viruses in experimentally infected pregnant gilts
    E. ZEEUW et al., Germany
  • Changes in calprotectin concentration in sow’s milk throughout lactation
    J.-P. LALLES et al., France
  • Improving air quality in piggery buildings
    T. BANHAZI, Australia
  • The detection of M. hyopneumoniae, P. multocida, S. suis, H. parasuis and A. pleuropneumoniae in piglets at weaning in 5 farrow-to-finish farms
    C. FABLET et al., France
  • The effect of a new style training program for farmers on pig health and performance
    M. MUL et al., The Netherlands
  • The impact of microclimate factors to pigs’ health and performance
    S. C. ANTONIU, Romania
  • An exploratory survey of lung lesions in culled sows
    C. FABLET et al., France
  • Infection pattern in 12 pig farms differently affected by respiratory disorders
    C. FABLET et al., France
  • Effect of brovaglukin on values of blood and productive qualities in pregnant gilts
    V. GOLOVKO et al., Ukraine
  • The influence of pregnant sows' movement restraint on lymphocyte proliferation in sows and piglets
    M. KULOK et al., Poland
  • Effect of organic rearing system on pork quality and preference
    V. LIORANČAS et al., Lithuania
  • Air-borne microbe numbers in different housing conditions of rearing pigs
    Ž. PAVIČIĆ et al., Croatia
  • Preliminary investigations of the influence of air quality on increased piglet losses in farrowing units
    Ž. PAVIČIĆ et al., Croatia
  • Possibilities of keeping optimal performance of breeding boars during summer period
    I. PETAK et al., Croatia
  • Effectiveness of a new biocide agent in animal production
    Š. PINTARIČ et al., Slovenia
  • Bioaerosol in laying hen house
    M. VUČEMILO et al., Croatia
  • Controlling the concentrations of airborne pollutants in poultry buildings
    T. BANHAZI et al., Australia
  • Effects of the introduction of lactic acid bacteria in the feed of broilers: from the farm to the processing plant
    M. CHEMALY, France
  • Influence of lead and cadmium on productivity of laying hens
    A. K. HALLAK et al., Bulgaria
  • Apoptosis induced by commercial formulation of chlorpyrifos on avian lymphocytes
    P. V. RAVINDRA et al., India
  • Health and welfare in Swedish game bird rearing
    S. WIBERG et al., Sweden
  • A comparative risk consequences assessment for avian influenza outbreaks occurred in Romania
    G. MATEI et al., Romania
  • Bioaccumulation and distribution of lead and cadmium in hen’s organism
    A. K. HALLAK, Bulgaria
  • Effect of delayed chick placement and varied rearing temperatures on broiler chicken productivity
    R. MUCHACKA et al., Poland
  • Influence of the light regimen on broiler growth
    M. PĂRVU et al., Romania
  • Study of the thermoregulation capacity of Transylvania naked neck chicks compared to Rhode Island chicks
    M. PĂRVU et al., Romania
  • Response of summer stressed growing rabbits to some dietary growth promoters
    N. RADWAN et al., Egypt
  • Effect of restricted access to water on broiler house climate and productivity of broiler chickens
    I. SKOMORUCHA et al., Poland
  • Health and welfare in genetically high producing dairy cows and its economical implications
    Prof. P. A. Oltenacu, Cornell University, USA
  • New challenges for environmental protection in terms of intensive animal production
    Dr. C. Burton, CEMAGREF, France
  • Environmental stress and reproduction in cows and sheep
    Prof. H. Dobson, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Impact of human-animal interactions on the health and productivity of farm animals
    Prof. P. Hemsworth, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • Precision livestock farming for animal health, welfare and production
    Prof. C. Wathes, University of London, United Kingdom
  • Can we decrease the incidence of perinatal mortality in the cow?
    O. SZENCI, Hungary
  • Estimation of economic losses on nematode infestation in goats in Sri Lanka
    K. H. M. ABEYRATHNE KOTHALAWALA et al., Sri Lanka
  • Modelling the causes of leg disorders in finisher herds
    T. BIRK JENSEN et al., Denmark
  • Subclinical metabolic disorders in peripartal dairy cows in Hungary in 2005
    E. BRYDL et al., Hungary
  • Sustainability of future Swedish dairy farming; scenarios for animal health, environment and economy
    S. GUNNARSSON et al., Sweden
  • Evaluation of beta-hydroxy butyrate and glucose in subclinical ketosis in industrial herds of Holstein cows
    B. AMOUGHLI TABRIZI et al., Iran
  • Comparative hygiene assessment of technologies for organic manure utilization with high content of dry matter. 2. Toxic chemical elements
    B. BAYKOV et al., Bulgaria
  • Assessment of distribution of the lead and cadmium in the rabbit’s organism through Klark of distribution (Kd)
    B. BAYKOV et al., Bulgaria
  • Prion protein gene (PRP) polymorphisms in scrapie affected indigenous Greek goats (Capra prisca)
    E. FRAGKIADAKI et al., Greece
  • The effect of different management systems on the occurrence of diarrhoea in calves
  • Health of goats and milk quality
    D. KEIDĀNE et al., Latvia
  • Research of physical and chemical environmental factors and their influence upon cows kept at cold cow houses
    I. KEIDĀNE, Latvia
  • Epidemiology and economics of brucellosis in animals and its zoonotic significance
    J. D. KOLLANNUR et al., India
  • The prevalence of claw disorders and their effect on milk yield in Hungarian dairy herds
    J. LEHOCZKY et al., Hungary
  • Genetic parameters assessment in a Romanian swine population
    D. TĂPĂLOAGĂ et al., Romania
  • Bovine mastitis caused by coagulase-negative Staphylococci may persist
    S. TAPONEN et al., Finland
  • Reducing the concentration of airborne particles in horse stables
    T. BANHAZI et al., Australia
  • A laboratory study of cleanability of surfaces for use in piggeries
    H.-R. KYMÄLÄINEN et al., Finland
  • Studies on alternative test parameters for virucidal testing of chemical disinfectants according to the guidelines of the German Veterinary Association (DVG)
    C. KÖHLER et al., Germany
  • Comparison of two surface test methods, EN 14349 and OECD, for the evaluation of the bactericidal activity of disinfectants for veterinary purposes
    G. KAREIVAITE et al., Lithuania
  • Specific cleaning and disinfection procedures for Salmonella infected pig herds
    K. BODE et al., Germany
  • Degradation of doramectin during thermophile phase of composting and manure storage
    I. GOBEC et al., Slovenia
  • Innovative solution in mastitis prevention through teat dipping
    R. ALASRI et al., Belgium
  • Biosecurity and animal health in organic livestock farming
    M. DECUN at al., Romania
  • Microbiological aerosols in poultry houses and its ambience
    H. DUAN et al., China
  • Ammonia treatment of hatchery waste for elimination of avian influenza virus
    E. EMMOTH et al., Sweden
  • The utilization of wind-tunnel to estimate the dust content of chosen bedding materials
    M. KORCZYŃSKI et al., Poland
  • Soiling and cleaning of floorings in animal houses
    H.-R. KYMÄLÄINEN et al., Finland
  • Comparative hygienic assessment of technologies for organic manure utilization with high content of dry matter
    I. POPOVA et al., Bulgaria
  • Comparative investigation of alternative methods in disinfectant testing according to the DVG-disinfectant testing guidelines (Germany)
    U. ROESLER et al., Germany
  • Biofiltration of volatile inorganic compounds in the hatchery
    L. TYMCZYNA et al., Poland
  • Investigation of environmental pollution in industrially contaminated area with extensive animal production
    M. VARGOVÁ et al., Slovakia
  • Biodiversity and concentration of airborne fungi in chicken house
    Y. WANG et al., China
  • The airborne fungi from indoor air of animal houses
    Y. WANG et al., China
  • Antibiotic resistance of airborne Escherichia coli from hen house and rabbitry and their spreading to surroundings
    M. YAO et al., China
  • Risk assessment challenges in the field of animal welfare
    D. CANDIANI et al., Italy
  • Playing games for the future: a method for construction and evaluation of scenarios for sustainable animal production
    S. GUNNARSSON et al., Sweden
  • Claw pathologies, dairy cow gait and claw signature
    A. V. NUFFEL et al., Belgium
  • Remote monitoring and analysis of indoor temperature, dairy cows’ health and productivity in large loose-housing cowsheds by an automatic network system
    V. POIKALAINEN et al., Estonia
  • Interplant information model for pig fattener in food chains
    V. SCHÜTZ et al., Germany
  • Online recognition and localisation of sick pig cough sounds
    V. EXADAKTYLOS et al., United Kingdom
  • A whole farm analysis of goat production systems in North Sinai, Egypt
    S. ALSHEIKH et al., Egypt
  • The assessment of animal maintenance in ecological farmholds in Poland in the view of domestic requirements
    A. BARTKOWIAK et al., Poland
  • Characterisation of cough sounds to monitor respiratory infections in pigs
    S. FERRARI et al., Italy
  • A retrospective study of equine colic risk factors in Tabriz area in Iran
    A. HASSANPOUR et al., Iran
  • The assessment of cattle’s welfare in household units from Rucar–Bran area
    E. MITRANESCU et al., Romania
  • Daily feed intake – a parameter for assessing the pig health status?
    H. NATHUES et al., Germany
  • “Bioagro”: A portal that aims to the promotion and improvement of organic agriculture in European Union
    E. XYLOURI-FRAGKIADAKI et al., Greece
  • Foundation of a European College of Small Ruminant Health Management (ECSRHM)
    G. FTHENAKIS, Greece
  • A brief history of the spirit of animal hygiene
    J. HARTUNG et al., Germany
  • WELFOOD virtual campus for Animal Welfare–Environment–Food Quality and Safety studies
    E. SZÜCS et al., Hungary
  • “All in – all out” finishing units for dairy beef production
    V. TUOVINEN, Finland
  • Networked academic societies in collaborative development of E-learning software for vocational training on the domain of farm animal welfare –environment-food quality and safety
    E. SOSSIDOU et al., Greece
  • Global perspectives of animal production and food of animal origin
    Dr. D. BATTAGLIA, Animal Production and Health Division, FAO, ITALY and Prof. T. BLAHA, Field Station for Epidemiology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, ISAH, GERMANY
  • Animal health and veterinary public health
    Prof. F. van KNAPEN, Institute of Risk Assessment Sciences, Utrecht University, ISAH, THE NETHERLANDS
  • Feed and food safety: role of risk analysis in addressing the safety of foods of animal origin
    Dr. S. CAHILL, Food and Nutrition Division, FAO, ITALY
  • Risk assessment for animal welfare
    Prof. B. ALGERS, Department of Animal Environment and Health, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, ISAH, SWEDEN
  • The zoonoses regulation - new aproaches to reducing zoonotic pathogens
    Prof. G. Klein et al., University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
  • Avian influenza – current situation and future trends
    Dr. C. Terregino, OIE, FAO and National Reference Laboratory for Newcastle Disease and Avian Influenza; Tri-Veneto Region Experimental Animal Health Care Institute, Italy
  • Significance of feed-borne Fusarium mycotoxins on livestock health and reproduction
    Prof. T. Smith et al., University of Guelph, Canada
  • Assessment of environmental effects of airborne emissions and waste effluence from livestock production
    Prof. J. Hartung, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
  • Animal welfare at transport and at slaughter of livestock and poultry
    Dr. F. X. Manteca i Vilanova, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Dead losses of falcons caused by aspergillosis
    J. SCHULZ et al., Germany
  • Identification of airborne fungi from indoor air of chicken houses by RAPD-PCR
    T. CHAI et al., China
  • Wood shavings and biocompost as bedding material in horse stables to ensure air quality demands– the agony of choice?
    J. SEEDORF et al., Germany
  • Analysis of faecal samples from scrapie-infected sheep and BSE-infected cattle for PRPRES
    B. HUNSINGER et al., Germany
  • Salmonella infection level in Danish indoor and outdoor pig production systems measured by antibodies in meat juice and faecal shedding on-farm and at slaughter
    M. BONDE et al., Denmark
  • Bacteriological and virological investigations on the use of quicklime for the disinfection of egg shells and egg scraps
    W. PHILIPP et al., Germany
  • Spatial distribution of primary outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Nigeria
    P.S. EKONG et al., Nigeria
  • Use of macrophages in spleen, liver and bone marrow of Trypanosoma congolese (Kaura strain) infected mice for laboratory diagnosis
    R. AYOADE, Nigeria
  • Microbiological and environmental hygienic examinations to selected bacterial pathogens in dog droppings
    S. EGELER et al., Germany
  • Serological survey of antibodies against Toxoplasma gondii in organic sheep and goat farms in Greece
    V. NTAFIS et al., Greece
  • Possibilities of paratyfosis prevention in broilers
    I. TIBRU et al., Romania
  • Staphylococcus aureus mastitis investigation on herd level on a dairy farm in Hungary
    A. E. TIRIÁN et al., Hungary
  • Salmonella rods prevalence in waterfowl in south-eastern Poland over 2001-2005
    B. TRAWIŃSKA et al., Poland
  • Analyzing preconditions for a transparent meat production system from farm to retail focusing on animal health and food safety
    A. V. BREITENBUCH et al., Germany
  • Food protein level during sows' pregnancy
    M. KLEISIARI, Greece
  • Antimicrobial resistance in Campylobacter jejuni isolated from broiler chickens in Estonia during periods 2002–2003 and 2005–2006
    M. ROASTO et al., Estonia
  • Comparative evaluation of different ELISA systems for intra vitam diagnosis of porcine Salmonella infection caused by S. Typhimurium and S. Infantis
    U. ROESLER et al., Germany
  • Efficacy of sequestrant/chelator Amadéite in the binding of mycotoxins during transit through a dynamic gastrointestinal model (TIM) simulating the GI conditions of pigs
    H. DEMAIS et al., France
  • Antibiotic resistance in Swiss veal calves at slaughter
    E. DI LABIO et al., Switzerland
  • The influence of fish oil supplementation to the feed ration of cows on the level of cholesterol and its fraction in their blood serum
    M. KORCZYŃSKI et al., Poland
  • Influence of fish oil long-term addition on fatty acids content in milk of dairy cows
    R. KUPCZYŃSKI et al., Poland
  • Effects of mannan oligosaccharides in the diet of beef cattle in the transition period
    M. TASSINARI et al., Italy
  • Cytotoxicity of the mycotoxins in feedstuffs
    B. BAKUTIS et al., Lithuania
  • Bacterial probiotic additive (Pediococcus acidilactici) and its impact on broiler chickens health and performance
    S. CHAFAI et al., Algeria
  • The nutritive value of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae enriched in copper, iron and manganese
    Z. DOBRZANSKI et al., Poland
  • Features of regulator processes of quantity of synanthropic rodents during implementation of deratizative works
    I. DVYLYUK et al., Ukraine
  • Acute phase protein response in pigs experimentally infected with Haemophilus parasuis
    C. FABLET et al., France
  • The effect of micro-capsulated yeast supplementation on rumen fermentation in sheep
    V. JURKOVICH et al., Hungary
  • Udder formation experiment
    M. KLEISIARI, Greece
  • Influence of halloysite additive in hens feeding on biologically active egg-white components activity
    R. KOLACZ et al., Poland
  • The effect of lactoperoxidase system on enhancing the microbiological quality of goat milk and yoghurt
    M.N.I. MAGDOUB et al., Egypt
  • Water-born goiterogens and their role in endemic goiter among lambs and kids
    A.-R. MOTTELIB, Egypt
  • Evaluation of drinking water source in dependence on season and groundwater quality
    M. ONDRAŠOVIČ et al., Slovakia
  • Effect of a multi-microelement preparation on the production and metabolism of broiler rabbits
    Z. PAPP et al., Hungary
  • The cumulation of selected chemical elements of toxic properties in bee honey originating from the industrial and rural-forest areas
    A. ROMAN, et al., Poland
  • An epidemic of salmonellosis caused by silage containing Salmonella at a dairy farm
    O. RUOHO, Finland
  • Serological differentiation between acute and chronic stages in experimental Toxoplasma infection of normal and immunosupressed rats (Rattus norvegicus)
    R. C. SILVA et al., Brazil
  • The incidence of heavy metals in the one pond area around of Bucharest and in fishes that populated these waters
    V.-E. SIMION et al., Romania
  • Strategies for hygienic safe recycling of organic wastes and residuals to agriculture
    R. BÖHM, Germany
  • Faecal microorganisms in runoff from cattle and horse farms – quantification and mitigation
    J. UUSI-KÄMPPÄ et al., Finland
  • Seasonal changes of zoonotic agents’ presence in dairy manure of modern and traditional farms
    P. SANTORUM et al., Spain
  • Comparison of aerobic and anaerobic ways of treatment of pig slurry solids
    J. VENGLOVSKÝ et al., Slovakia
  • Effect of anaerobic storage and aerobic digestion on micro-organisms in pig manure: cultural and molecular approaches
    A.-M. POURCHER et al., France
  • Determination of antibiotic residues in leachate of conventional and organic dairy farms
    N. KEMPER et al., Germany
  • Greenhouse gas emissions from poultry and pig production in Slovenia
    M. DOBEIC et al., Slovenia
  • Odours’ identification in the laying hens’ experimental room and the use of luminosilicates to deodorization
    S. OPALINSKI et al., Poland
  • Air quality in cow houses with curtain wall ventilation in Finnish climate
    T. KIVINEN et al., Finland
  • The efficiency of a slaughterhouse waste waters treatment plant and their pollution potential
    C. BORDA, Romania
  • The occurrence of potentially pathogenic bacteria in atmospheric air in the vicinity of a sewage treatment plant
    B. BREZA-BORUTA et al., Poland
  • Biological pollutants of air in poultry hatchery hall
  • Validation of meat by-products composting process on the basis of the inactivation of selected microorganisms and parasite eggs
    A. LIGOCKA et al., Poland
  • Air pollution with sulphur compounds in rabbit house and fox farm
    B. NOWAKOWICZ-DEBEK et al., Poland
  • The effect of composting of poultry excrements on the survival of model helminth eggs
    I. PAPAJOVÁ et al., Slovakia
  • Bacteriological and parasitological risks associated with agricultural wastewaters and sewage subjected to biological treatment
    N. SÁSÁKOVA et al., Slovakia
  • Elimination of Ascaris suum eggs during composting of organic waste in the Kneer container technology
    B. SZALA et al., Poland
  • Noise in the animal housing environment
    J. VENGLOVSKÝ et al., Slovakia
  • Measurement of thermal stress in slaughter cattle during long road transport
    J. HARTUNG et al., Germany
  • Modes of transport and transport lorries upon long transports of horses, cattle, calves, adult and young ostrich
    I. ŠTEFANČIČ et al., Slovenia
  • Blood critical values’ profile of American barrows vs. boars arriving to México after 27 hours of transportation
    M. BECERRIL-HERRERA et al., México
  • Logistics at transport to slaughter. Food and environment – optimised animal transport
    S. WIBERG et al., Sweden
  • The development of a stun quality audit for cattle and pigs at slaughter
    S. ATKINSON et al., Sweden
  • Stun quality in relation to cattle size, gun type and brain haemorrhages
    B. ALGERS et al., Sweden
  • CO2-stunning of turkeys in a V-shaped tunnel
    F. HÄNSCH et al., Germany
  • Can CO2 stunning meet welfare of slaughter pigs?
    B. NOWAK et al., Germany
  • Route planning reduces the costs of animal transportation: animal welfare versus economics
    N. HÅKANSSON et al., Sweden
  • Blood gases, metabolic profile and dehydration of female and barrow pigs transported for a period of 7, 5 hours in México
    M. BECERRIL-HERRERA et al., México
  • Emergency killing of poultry during disease outbreaks in the Nordic countries
    C. BERG, Sweden
  • Induced response of some welfare indicators in slaughtered sheep
    M. PĂRVU et al., Romania