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The influence of side-curtain color on broiler chick behavior

Brazilian poultry production is prospering, and negative-pressure broiler houses are increasingly used to improve environmental control. One important issue is the color of the side curtains used in such houses due to the influence of colors on broiler behavior. This study aimed at evaluating the in... Full description

Journal Title: Revista Brasileira de Ciência Avícola 01 September 2013, Vol.15(3), pp.173-179
Main Author: Vercellino, R Do A
Other Authors: Moura, Dj de , Nääs, I de A , Maia, AP de A , Medeiros, Bbl , Salgado, Dda , Carvalho, Trm de
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ID: ISSN: 1806-9061 ; DOI: 10.1590/S1516-635X2013000300002
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title: The influence of side-curtain color on broiler chick behavior
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  • Moura, Dj de
  • Nääs, I de A
  • Maia, AP de A
  • Medeiros, Bbl
  • Salgado, Dda
  • Carvalho, Trm de
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  • Agriculture, Dairy & Animal Science
  • Ornithology
  • Ammonia
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Luminosity
  • Behavior
  • Broiler Chicks
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description: Brazilian poultry production is prospering, and negative-pressure broiler houses are increasingly used to improve environmental control. One important issue is the color of the side curtains used in such houses due to the influence of colors on broiler behavior. This study aimed at evaluating the influence of different curtain color on the welfare of 7-day-old broilers, considering luminosity and other environmental parameters. Chicks were housed in three different negative-pressure broiler houses either with black (T1), blue (T2), or yellow (T3) side curtains. House environment (luminosity, dry-bulb temperature, air relative humidity, air velocity, and gas emissions) and the behavior of chicks on day 7 after housing were evaluated in three consecutive flocks in the morning and in the afternoon. Data were submitted to multivariate analysis, Kruskal-Wallis' test, and Pearson's correlation test. Luminosity and ITU were influenced by curtain color, and some of the evaluated behaviors were associated with luminosity or other environmental parameter.
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Brazilian poultry production is prospering, and negative-pressure broiler houses are increasingly used to improve environmental control. One important issue is the color of the side curtains used in such houses due to the influence of colors on broiler behavior. This study aimed at evaluating the influence of different curtain color on the welfare of 7-day-old broilers, considering luminosity and other environmental parameters. Chicks were housed in three different negative-pressure broiler houses either with black (T1), blue (T2), or yellow (T3) side curtains. House environment (luminosity, dry-bulb temperature, air relative humidity, air velocity, and gas emissions) and the behavior of chicks on day 7 after housing were evaluated in three consecutive flocks in the morning and in the afternoon. Data were submitted to multivariate analysis, Kruskal-Wallis' test, and Pearson's correlation test. Luminosity and ITU were influenced by curtain color, and some of the evaluated behaviors were associated with luminosity or other environmental parameter.

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