Brambell's Five Freedoms
-Five rights of Branbell-
Animal rights are still widely adopted as the minimum requirement for animal welfare in livestock animals.
In 1960, the British Branbell Commission announced the five rights of Branbell.
If you live with animals, you must guarantee the rights of these animals.
1) Freedom from Disease
Guarantee not to become a plague
2) Freedom from Hunger and Thirst
Ensure you don't get hungry, thirsty or malnourished
3) Freedom from excess Heat and Cold
Ensuring an environment that does not cause extreme heat or cold discomfort
4) Freedom of Movement
Guarantee physical freedom of movement
5) Freedom to act our most natural behavior
Guarantee that you can freely express your natural behavior

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