To ensure the welfare of farmed animals, regulations have been made that place keepers of farmed animals under certain specified duties1. Such duties cover matters such as: staffing; regular inspections of a frequency that depends on whether or not the welfare of the animal depends on frequent human attention; record keeping; freedom of movement having regard to the species of the animal; buildings and accommodation; inspections of automatic or mechanical equipment essential for the health and well-being of the animal; the food, water and other substances to be provided for the animal; breeding procedures; and the prohibition of the
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