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At measures level

Measure Value
Number of lactating cows
Type of housing (loose vs tied)
% very lean cows
Number of water troughs
Total length of water troughs
Number of water bowls
Cleanliness of water points
Water flow
Duration of lying down movements
% lying down movements with collisions
% lying cows which lie partly outside lying area
% cows with dirty lower legs
% cows with dirty udder
% cows with dirty flank and upper legs
Number of days with access to outdoor loafing area (OLA) per year
Number of hours with access to OLA per day
Number of days on pasture per year
Number of hours on pasture per day
% not lame cows
% moderately lame cows (if loose housed) or % lame cows (if tied)
% severely lame cows
% cows with no lesion
% cows with at least one hairless patch and no lesion
% cows with at least one lesion
Frequency of coughing per cow per 15 min
% cows with nasal discharge
% cows with ocular discharge
% cows with increased respiratory rate
% cows with diarrhoea
% cows with vulvar discharge
% mastitis (milk somatic cell count > 400 000)
% mortality during the last 12 months
% dystocia
% downer cows
% dehorned cows
Method used for dehorning
Use of anaesthetics for dehorning
Use of analgesics for dehorning
% tail-docked cows
Method used for tail-docking
Use of anaesthetics for tail docking
Use of analgesics for tail docking
Frequency of butts per cow per hour
Frequency of other aggressive events (displacements, chasing, fighting, chasing-up) per cow per hour
% cows that can be touched
% cows that can be approached by 50 cm but not touched
% cows that can be approached between 50 cm and 1 m
% cows that can't be approached
Tendency to be active
Tendency to be relaxed
Tendency to be fearful
Tendency to be agitated
Tendency to be calm
Tendency to be content
Tendency to be indifferent
Tendency to be frustrated
Tendency to be friendly
Tendency to be bored
Tendency to be playful
Tendency to be positively occupied
Tendency to be lively
Tendency to be inquisitive
Tendency to be irritable
Tendency to be uneasy
Tendency to be sociable
Tendency to be apathetic
Tendency to be happy
Tendency to be distressed
Number of fattening cattle per group
% very lean animals
Number of water troughs
Total length of water troughs
Number of water bowls
Cleanliness of drinkers
Average duration of lying down movements
% dirty fattening cattle
Number of days with access to outdoor loafing area (OLA) per year
Number of hours with access to OLA per day
Number of days on pasture per year
Number of hours on pasture per day
Length of the pen
Width of the pen
Estimated live weight of bulls
% animals with at least one hairless patch and no severe lesion
% animals with at least one severe lesion
% lame animals
Mean number of coughs per animal and 15 min
% animals with nasal discharge
% animals with ocular discharge
% animals with hampered respiration
% animals with diarrhoea
% animals with bloated rumen
% animals dead during fattening
% dehorned or disbudded animals
Method used for dehorning/disbudding
Use of anaesthetics for dehorning/disbudding
Use of analgesics for dehorning/disbudding
% tail-docked animals
Method used for tail-docking
Use of anaesthetics for tail docking
Use of analgesics for tail docking
% castrated animals
Method used for castration
Use of anaesthetics for castration
Use of analgesics for castration
Frequency of head butts per animal and hour
Frequency of displacements per animal and hour
Frequency of fighting per animal and hour
Frequency of chasing per animal and hour
Frequency of chasing up per animal and hour
Frequency of social licking per animal and hour
Frequency of horning per animal and hour
Access to pasture before the beginning of fattening
% animals that can be touched
% animals that can be approached closer than 50 cm but not touched
% animals that can be approached as closely as 100 to 50 cm
% animals that cannot be approachedas closely as 100 cm
Tendency to be active
Tendency to be relaxed
Tendency to be uncomfortable
Tendency to be calm
Tendency to be content
Tendency to be tense
Tendency to be enjoying
Tendency to be indifferent
Tendency to be frustrated
Tendency to be friendly
Tendency to be bored
Tendency to be positively occupied
Tendency to be inquisitive
Tendency to be irritable
Tendency to be nervous
Tendency to be boisterous
Tendency to be uneasy
Tendency to be sociable
Tendency to be happy
Tendency to be distressed
Number of birds from the house
House area
Number of rejected birds due to emaciation
Number of nipple drinkers
Number of bell drinkers
Number of cup drinkers
% birds with clean plumage
% birds with slightly dirty plumage
% birds with moderately dirty plumage
% birds with dirty plumage
% locations where the litter is scored 0 (dry)
% locations where the litter is scored 1
% locations where the litter is scored 2
% locations where the litter is scored 3
% locations where the litter is scored 4 (wet & sticky)
Dust sheet test
Panting
Huddling
Bird weight on visit
% birds with breast blisters
% birds with no hock burn
% birds with mild hock burn (individual score b or c)
% birds with severe hock burn (individual score d or e)
% birds with no foot pad dermatitis
% birds with mild foot pad dermatitis (individual score b or c)
% birds with severe foot pad dermatitis (individual score d or e)
% not lame birds
% moderately lame birds
% severely lame birds
% birds with ascites
% birds with dehydration
% birds with septicaemia
% birds with hepatitis
% birds with pericarditis
% birds with subcutaneous abscesses
% birds found dead by the farmer during the whole life cycle of the flock
% birds culled
Estimated proportion of birds outdoors
Number of birds that are within 1 m of the observer
Tendency to be active
Tendency to be relaxed
Tendency to be helpless
Tendency to be comfortable
Tendency to be fearful
Tendency to be agitated
Tendency to be confident
Tendency to be depressed
Tendency to be calm
Tendency to be content
Tendency to be tense
Tendency to be inquisitive
Tendency to be unsure
Tendency to be energetic
Tendency to be frustrated
Tendency to be bored
Tendency to be friendly
Tendency to be positively occupied
Tendency to be scared
Tendency to be drowsy
Tendency to be playful
Tendency to be nervous
Tendency to be distressed
% lean pigs
Number of pigs in the pen
Estimated average weight of pigs in the pen
Length of the pen
Width of the pen
Number of drinking places
Fonctionning of drinkers
Cleanliness of drinkers
% pigs with bursae score 0
% pigs with bursae score 1
% pigs with bursae score 2
% pigs with manure score 0
% pigs with manure score 1
% pigs with manure score 2
Shivering
Panting
Huddling
% animals affected with lameness score 1
% animals affected with lameness score 2
% pigs with wounds scored 1
% pigs with wounds scored 2
% pigs with tail severely bitten
Frequency of coughing per pig per 5 min
Frequency of sneezing per pig per 5 min
% pigs with laboured breathing
% pigs with thisted snout
% pigs with rectal prolapse
Aspect of manure in the pen
% pigs with more than 10% abnormal skin
% pigs with hernia score 1
% pigs with hernia score 2
% pigs dead on the farm during the last 12 months
Castration
Tail-docking
% sample points with social behaviour out of sample points were pigs were active
% sample points with negative social behaviour out of sample points were pigs were active
% sample points when exploration of pen features was observed out of sample points were
% sample points when exploration of enrichment material was observed out of sample point
% pens with panic score 2 (more than 60% pigs panic)
Tendency to be active
Tendency to be relaxed
Tendency to be fearful
Tendency to be agitated
Tendency to be calm
Tendency to be content
Tendency to be tense
Tendency to be enjoying
Tendency to be frustrated
Tendency to be bored
Tendency to be playfull
Tendency to be positively occupied
Tendency to be listless
Tendency to be lively
Tendency to be indifferent
Tendency to be irritable
Tendency to be aimless
Tendency to be happy
Tendency to be distressed
Tendency to be sociable
% pigs taken to slaughter affected by pneumonia
% pigs taken to slaughter affected by pleurisy
% pigs taken to slaughter affected by pericarditis
% pigs taken to slaughter affected by white spots on the liver

At criterions level

Criteria Value
Absence of prolonged hunger
Absence of prolonged thirst
Comfort around resting
Thermal comfort
Ease of movement
Absence of injuries
Absence of diseases
Absence of pain induced by management procedures
Expression of social behaviours
Expression of other behaviours
Good human-animal relationship
Positive emotional state

At principles level

Principle Value
Good feeding
Good housing
Good health
Appropriate behaviour