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Animal welfare directly contributes to food safety and quality. Raising animals in the condition that promotes their health and welfare offers a number of benefits to consumer health. Over the past few years, antimicrobial resistance has become a global concern as almost one million people die from antibiotic resistance every year. If this problem is not tackled urgently, it is estimated that the number of deaths could increase more than tenfold or equal to economic damages of over 100 trillion US dollars. It is even predicted that our planet could enter a “Post-Antibiotic Era” in which humans, once again, will die from bacterial infections1
The Company fully recognizes that good animal welfare entails both animals’ mental and physical well-beings and is a critical factor that contributes to food safety. We are committed to continuous improvement of our operation to ensure that it is animal-friendly following the Five Freedoms Principles. We also apply Farm Biosecurity practices to our farm management. We have established the Animal Welfare Committee to drive our “Policy and Long-Term Targets on Animal Welfare” and the Antimicrobial Resistance Committee to promote “Global Vision for Antimicrobial Use Stewardship in Food Animals.” These approaches have been applied throughout the entire operations and are traceable.

1 Review on Antimicrobial, 2014: https://amr-review.org/

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Policies and Commitments
We declare our commitment to the Five Freedoms Principles to ensure ethical animal farming to which all animals are entitled in compliance with both local and trading partners’ laws and regulations as well as with customer requirements.
Research and Development
We continue to invest in research and development of innovative animal feed and animal farming that are efficient, of high quality and ethical according to the Animal Welfare Principles.
We are audited by internal and/or external parties to ensure humane animal treatment. The audits also help us to understand problems, obstacles, and issues, thus continuously leading to opportunities for project development, creativity and development plans.
Support and Promotion
We support and encourage our business partners as well as contracted farmers to promote animal welfare according to our policies and requirements.
Collaboration and Partnership Network
We engage with business partners, government agencies, civil society, research and academic institutes, and other stakeholders to raise awareness on animal welfare as well as to collaboratively develop good practices in animal farming based on the Animal Welfare Principles.

Commitment :

Operate our business in line with the Animal Welfare Principles and the Responsible and Prudent Use of Antibiotics

Goal :

  • 100% of animals are raised in accordance with the Five Freedoms, and responsible and prudent use of antibiotics, with details as follows:

    • 100% of broiler farms in Thailand and overseas operations to have Poultry Welfare Officers (PWO) by 2020;
    • Layer farms in Thailand operations to apply a cage-free housing system with an increase of production capacity of five million eggs per year; and
    • 100% of sow farms to use group gestation pens
      • - for Thailand operations by 2025, and
      • - for overseas operations by 2028.

Performance in 2020 :

  • Broiler farms have Poultry Welfare Officers (PWO).*

    • - 100% for Thailand operations
    • - 100% for overseas operations
  • Layer farms in Thailand operations apply a cage-free housing system with an increase of production capacity of seven million eggs compared to 2019 (total production capacity of 2020 was 12 million eggs).**

  • Sow farms use group gestation pen ***

    • - 43% for Thailand operations
    • - 15% for overseas operations****
  • *By having officers of each country attend trainings conducted by animal welfare experts from AW Training, England.
  • **From a pilot project at Wang Somboon Farm, Saraburi Province.
  • ***Enhancing animal farm environment by installing group gestation pens which allow sows to move freely and express natural behaviours fully both in Thailand and overseas operations.
  • ****Due to adjusted data collection method.
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