Protecting animal welfare at slaughter is about minimising the pain distress or suffering of farmed animals at the time of killing staff at slaughterhouses must put a variety of procedures in place for example they must carry out regular checks to ensure that animals do not present any signs of consciousness or sensibility between the end of the stunning process and death. Animal welfare at slaughter by antonio velarde mohan raj december 2016 the welfare of production animals at slaughter is a major veterinary concern with debate on questions such as the degree of stunning required how sentient animals are of their surroundings slaughterhouse conditions and how quickly animals lose consciousness after having their throats cut in religious slaughter practices. The animal welfare institute worked diligently for passage of the original law in 1958 and for an amendment that provided for enforcement in 1979 the hmsa requires humane handling before slaughter as well as the rendering of animals insensible to pain a process referred to as stunning prior to being shackled hoisted or cut. Animal health and welfare must be protected throughout the slaughter process from preparation on farm to transport handling and killing operations at the abattoir so that animals receive the most humane death possible vets known as official veterinarians ovs play a crucial role in ensuring compliance with legislation to protect the health and welfare of animals at slaughter they work
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