Nicholas, Pip; Roderick, Steve and Vaarst, Mette (2008) Animal Health and Welfare Planning - Identifying key principles and approaches. In: CORE Organic project nr. 1903 - ANIPLAN. CORE Organic project nr. 1903 - ANIPLAN, no. Report from 1st ANIPLAN project workshop. .
During the presentations and discussions at the 1st ANIPLAN workshop it became apparent that there are many different approaches to disease prevention and treatment planning. These exist in a variety of structured forms, and also involve different approaches to the dialogue between farmer and advisor. The distinction between ‘an animal health plan’ and ‘animal health planning’ has also become evident (see Atkinson & Neale, 2008 in these proceedings). Whereas a plan refers to documentation, planning is understood as a process which actively involves the farmer, is based on an assessment and evaluation of a real situation and includes an explicit formulation of the farmer’s goals regarding animal health and welfare.
In order to develop a single yet adaptable approach to health planning that can be tested under diverse conditions, there is a necessity to identify key principles. This report describes workshop discussions and the consensus reached with regard to the identification of such principles.
|EPrint Type:||Report chapter|
|Subjects:|| Food systems > Food security, food quality and human health|
Animal husbandry > Health and welfare
Animal husbandry > Breeding and genetics
Animal husbandry > Feeding and growth
|Research affiliation:|| European Union > CORE Organic > ANIPLAN|
Denmark > ICROFS - International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems
|Deposited By:||Holme, Ms. Mette|
|Deposited On:||30 Jun 2008|
|Last Modified:||12 Apr 2010 07:37|
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