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Arrow SVP envoyez la lettre ci-dessous à M. Nihat Pakdil le plus vite possible
(affranchissement : 75 centimes depuis la France mais collez 2 timbres
ordinaires si vous n'avez pas le temps d'aller rapidement à la poste)


Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 11:25:58 -0000
From: "hecal_2000" <>
Subject: Re: Chicken buried alive - Protest letter, drafted by CIWF

Below is a draft letter which can be sent to the Turkish embassy in
your country as well as to the Turkish OIE delegate, Dr Nihat Pakdil

Dr Nihat Pakdil
Director General
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs
General Directorate of Protection and Control
Esat Caddesi. No 3 - 06100 Bakanliklar

For a briefing on avian flu please consult CIWF's web page on:


I write on behalf of Compassion in World Farming to urge the Turkish
government to ensure that avian influenza outbreaks are managed
swiftly, efficiently and humanely. Turkey has agreed, as a member
country of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), to comply
with the OIE's guidelines on Humane Killing for Disease Control. As
the leading EU-based farm animal welfare organisation, we urge that
effective planning and sufficient resources now be provided in order
to ensure that any necessary culling is organised, with priority
given to both public health and animal welfare.

Repeatedly in the last week, media images of the management of avian
influenza in Turkey have shown birds alive after being placed in
bags, and live birds placed in with dead ones. This is in
contravention of the OIE's guidelines, which require humane methods
of killing to protect the animals from pain and distress. Animals
should be killed instantly or stunned prior to being killed and
remain unconscious until death. Professional veterinarians are
required to oversee animal welfare aspects of the disease management
plans and all staff must be trained and competent in humane
slaughter, with appropriate equipment available.

The need for veterinary oversight and clearly planned culls is not
just an issue for animal welfare. Uncontrolled culling is recognised
by reputable scientific committees, such as the European Food Safety
Authority's Animal Health and Welfare Panel, as being likely to
increase risk of disease transfer. Thus burying or burning of live
birds should be absolutely prohibited for both animal and public
welfare reasons. Handling of infected birds by the public without
biosecurity measures and protective clothing will increase risk of
avian influenza transmission, leading to major public health issues
and potential for human deaths.

In conclusion, Compassion in World Farming asks that sufficient
resources and skilled personnel are provided to ensure that avian
influenza outbreaks are managed swiftly, efficiently and humanely,
within the agreed OIE guidelines on humane killing for disease
control. The spotlight of the world is focused on Turkey's
management of this crisis and we urge you to fulfil your obligations
to minimise both animal and human suffering caused by this disease.

Yours sincerely,

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