Leroux, Juliette (2005) Free range conditions, access, poultry - FR Regulation 2000. [Organic rules - Differences between other regulations/standards and EEC No 2092/91]
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Table poultry must have free access to an open-air run for part of the day and for at least half their life. Laying hens must have access to an open-air run for the major part of the day and by no later than their 28th week.
French regulation requires that table poultry have free access to an open-air run for at least half of their life, and laying hens by no later than their 28th week, whereas EU Regulation 2092/91 requires that poultry have open-air access for at least one third of their life.
Organic poultry should have as much access as possible to open-air range. Furthermore, the earlier this begins, the better poultry can cope with outdoor access.
|Item type:||Organic rules - Differences between other regulations/standards and EEC No 2092/91|
|Subjects:||Animal husbandry > Outdoor access|
|Country/Standard:||Europe > France > Governmental regulation|
|Principles:||Principle of fairness|
Principle of health
|Deposited By:||INVALID USER|
|Deposited On:||24 Oct 2005|
|Last Modified:||16 Apr 2010 07:31|
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