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debeak

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(Veterinary Science) to remove part of the beak of poultry to reduce the risk of such habits as feather-picking or cannibalism
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Both birds had a history of a maxillary debeaking procedure, obesity, bilateral pododermatitis, and diffuse, poor feather quality.
Participants gave examples of what they perceived to be mistreatment, including cock fighting, dog fighting, chicken debeaking, farm animal confinement, inhumane slaughter, the use of animals for entertainment, and the captivity of animals.
It comes from animals that don't need hormones and antibiotics to survive or cruel debeaking to prevent them from harming each other.
Some chicks bleed to death, or die of shock, as a result of debeaking.
The use of beak length in instituting differentiation between the populations is not traditionally strong because at local level, debeaking of varying degrees is still a seldom operation performed to curb pecking and mortality among the birds.
Inhumane animal-rearing techniques--such as debeaking, castration, and branding--are not stringently regulated by organic standards.
The disease is often spread by vaccinating and debeaking workers, manure haulers, rendering-truck drivers, feed-delivery personnel, poultry buyers, egg service people, and poultry farm owners and employees.
Sue Coe, Debeaking, 1995, Illustration from Dead Meat, 8 1/4" x 6 1/2"," "Copyright [c] 1991 Sue Coe.
Debeaking is a painful procedure that involves cutting through bone, cartilage and soft tissue.