Guidance

Welfare of animals during transport: Advice for transporters of poultry

If you transport animals you should make sure you know about the rules and procedures that affect you.

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Welfare of Animals During Transport - Advice for transporters of poultry

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The rules apply to anyone transporting live vertebrate animals in connection with an economic activity.

There are a number of specific points that anyone transporting poultry* needs to take account of. These are summarised in this leaflet. 

  • Taken in this context to include domestic fowl, ducks, geese, turkeys, guinea, fowl, quails, pheasants and partridges.

Further information

Published 18 April 2011