Author(s): Bulent Elitok, Mustafa I Kilic.
Animal welfare is a combination of qualitative and quantitative characteristics that determine the living conditions of animals such as health and disease, behavior, care and management in the enviro nment. The concept of prosperity was formerly used only for physical environmental conditions such as accommodation and feeding, which made the animal healthy and productive. For now, it is possible for an animal to come to the top of the conditions it lived in. An animal is in good health if it is healthy, if it is healthy, if it is comforting, if it is well fed, if it is safe, if it can exhibit behaviors specific to the species, if not afraid, without pain, Stress is a very important parameter in terms of animal welfare. Proper nutrition and shelter conditions, adequate humidity and temperature, adequate light and uncompressed stables will allow the animals to be strasted away and to live in prosperity. This will have positive effects on yield and blood parameters. The aim of this article is to compare the occurrence of animal welfare in modern and traditional feeds with current literature. Keywords: Animal, welfare, traditional, modern, barn, stress