By Mette Vaarst
The speedy development of natural farming has been among the main striking adjustments in international agriculture in fresh many years. at first, extra consciousness was once paid to the crop facet of natural structures, yet that has now replaced and there's larger reputation of the necessity to comprehend animal wellbeing and fitness and welfare greater.
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In the mid-1950s, the average pen density in The Netherlands was 3–4 birds per m2. The birds increasingly were kept inside to prevent dirty eggs. The complete balanced ration was developed, including grit, which is required for optimal digestion of grain. In the 1930s, battery cages were introduced in Western Europe and the USA. They offered an improvement in the hygienic conditions under which hens were raised: the hens were separated from their dung, and the risk of parasitic diseases and zoonoses was reduced.
Animal health and welfare in organic agriculture by Mette Vaarst