Comportamento de galinhas domésticas – percepções de uma revisão narrativa

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https://doi.org/10.5965/223811712132022360

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bem-estar animal, frango de corte, poedeiras

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A intensificação do sistema de produção avícola trouxe profundas mudanças no ambiente físico e social das aves domésticas. O manejo dessas aves tem recebido considerável atenção nos últimos anos devido às novas demandas por parte dos consumidores, principalmente aquelas relacionadas ao bem-estar. O comportamento é a maneira como os animais respondem aos diferentes estímulos que encontram em seu ambiente. As expressões comportamentais das aves domésticas e a aplicação desse conhecimento no cuidado dos animais desempenha um papel importante na maximização da eficiência de produção da cadeia avícola. Assim, definir limites éticos e diretrizes para a produção avícola é fundamental para fomentar o desenvolvimento de novas práticas produtivas, e assim garantir qualidade e produtividade sem colocar em risco o bem-estar dos animais. Esta revisão destacará as principais expressões comportamentais das aves domésticas, dentre elas as expressões sociais, alimentares, reprodutivas, além de estereotipias, e identificará as estratégias de adaptação social. Assim, promovera ao leitor e a comunidade científica uma melhor compreensão de assuntos pouco discutidos para assim auxiliar em análises comportamentais.

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2022-10-19

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CARVALHO, C. L.; OLIVEIRA, C. R. de .; GALLI, G. M.; CAMARGO, N. de O. T. .; PEREIRA, M. M. C.; STEFANELLO, T. B. .; MELCHIOR, R.; ANDRETTA, I. . Comportamento de galinhas domésticas – percepções de uma revisão narrativa. Revista de Ciências Agroveterinárias, Lages, v. 21, n. 3, p. 360-369, 2022. DOI: 10.5965/223811712132022360. Disponível em: https://revistas.udesc.br/index.php/agroveterinaria/article/view/21517. Acesso em: 9 dez. 2022.

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Artigo de Revisão - Ciência de Animais e Produtos Derivados