We evaluated blunt force trauma (BFT), a mechanical cervical dislocation device (MCD), and a non-penetrating captive bolt device (NPCB) for euthanasia of pre-weaned kits, growers, and adult rabbits. The rod 3 of the device is attached below the guiding edge 10 of the supporting base 2 allowing for the animals head to orient itself in the proper angle while using the controlled “hyper extension” method (1) to facilitate breaking the animal's neck. Following a survey and a literature review, four mechanical devices were designed and prototyped: Modified Armadillo (MARM); Modified Pliers (MPLI); Modified Rabbit Zinger (MZIN) and a Novel mechanical cervical dislocation glove (NMCD). You must apply the device in … It also provides a light, strong easily operated device which is easily secured to and detached from any suitable support so that it is readily portable. However, this method is not ideal and requires skill, experience and physical strength. Sometimes, often because of improper handling, caged rabbits can twist their legs right at the junction of their lumbar spine and sacrum (base of the spine), which can result in a vertebral fracture. This is called cervical dislocation. generation, Process and Machine For Recovering Capsules From Inside Slaughtered Animals, FAT REMOVAL AND RECOVERY SYSTEMS AND METHODS USING STEAM, Bone/ribcage spreader device for big game animals, livestock, and the like, Method and apparatus for suspension of slaughtered animals, in particular broilers, Poultry processing machine having carcass locating apparatus, Skinning blade clamp with fat relief grooves, Apparatus and Method for Cutting-Free of Tender-Loin, CHAIN FOR FORMING SAUSAGES OR THE LIKE AND MACHINE COMPRISING SUCH A CHAIN, SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR THE DETECTION OF ANATOMICAL STRUCTURES AND POSITIONS THEREOF. A small bird can be slaughtered by manual neck dislocation. Tools needed for dispatch: metal rebar post, kitchen sheers, hand pruners, a paring knife, and a large knife (not shown) to remove the head. Referring now more particularly to the drawings, an inverted wedge shaped structure 1 for receiving the animals head is formed of steel or similar rigid material and comprised of two readily available or produced materials shaped and secured together by any available means to provide a supporting base and an outwardly curved rod projection which can be round or square shaped. Of the methods tested, the novel mechanical cervical dislocation device is the most promising mechanical method for killing poultry on-farm based on a range of behavioural, electroencephalogram and anatomical parameters. The Hopper Popper is by far the best method to dispatch a rabbit. Cervical dislocation and decapitation (manual and mechanical) Cervical dislocation (pulling the neck to sever the spine) causes death from cerebral anoxia (interruption of the supply of oxygen to the brain) due to the cessation of breathing and/or blood supply to the brain though haemorrhages from damaged blood vessels in the neck. Worldwide, an estimated 9.1 billion birds may need to be killed on farm each year. I was looking around on youtube and found a video where they used a V cut in a board to make their cervical dislocation device. The flat surface 9 of the back of the supporting base 2 allows for a secure installation to any surface. The only humane tool for fast humane slaughtering of domestic meat rabbits, chickens, Young Turkeys and fowl employing the mechanical cervical dislocation method. It is made of stainless steel, and comes with pre-drilled holes for easy mounting. The most appropriate technique is either (1) neck dislocation, or (2) stunning, by a sharp blow to the back of the head, followed by neck dislocation: Neck (cervical) dislocation. Insensibility was assessed by evaluating absence of brainstem With the animals head wedged between the rod and the … A rabbit and poultry cervical vertebral dislocation device more simply put “neck breaker” comprises a cylindrical rod attached to an L-shaped base frame and mounting flange. The devices were tested Privacy Policy The novel mechanical cervical dislocation device was reliable and a practical method for killing poultry on-farm (100% kill success), with the majority of cranial reflexes showing no significant differences between interval mean durations across killing methods (eg nictitating membrane [mean = 0.7–3.3 s], and rhythmic breathing [mean = 0.0–0.3 s]), however for jaw tone and pupillary reflex, the modified … The closed end of the supporting base 2 has a chamfered edge 11 to allow for smooth operation and to protect the operator from sharp edges. A fixed rod and base frame forming an inverted wedge to receive the animal's neck into the apparatus. Vertebral fracture or luxation (dislocation) of the limbs in rabbits is a common cause for weakness and paralysis of the hind limbs. This device has the potential to fulfil the current need for a mechanical alternative to manual cervical dislocation. This technique should only be used on smaller rabbits … It has been developed following a 3-year PhD by Dr Jessica Martin of Edinburgh University, which was funded by the Humane Slaughter Association. At times it may be desired to slaughter the rabbit or any other small animal by utilizing the “Sharp Pull” method (2) whereby the operator inserts the animals head into the device then slides the animal toward the closed end just until the animal's neck fits snuggly in to the device, then positioning the body of the animal perpendicular to the device, grabbing the rear legs or any suitable part of the animal then swiftly and sharply pulling the animal upward, using your free hand to hold the animal in place thus breaking the neck, instantly and humanely incapacitating, and killing the animal. Manual Neck Dislocation. You can also buy the Hopper Hanger for easier gutting/skinning. A rabbit and poultry cervical vertebral dislocation device more simply put "neck breaker" comprises a cylindrical rod attached to an L-shaped base frame and mounting flange. The receiving end 7 of the rod 3 is also chamfered to allow for smooth insertion of the animal without becoming snagged. Other aspects of the invention and various advantages and characteristics of the Rabbit slaughtering apparatus will be apparent from the consideration of the following detailed description. We evaluated blunt force trauma (BFT), a mechanical cervical dislocation device (MCD), and a non-penetrating captive bolt device (NPCB) for euthanasia of pre-weaned kits, growers, and adult rabbits. Another object of the invention is to provide a rabbit slaughtering apparatus which is generally of new and improved construction, and is characterized by simplicity of design as well as ease and facility of assembly and also gives the operator unlimited choices as to where to install the device and ways of using the apparatus which best suits the operators needs. Trials were conducted on three commercial meat rabbit farms using 170 cull rabbits. A still further object of the invention is to provide the two opposing rigid structures comprising the inverted wedge which is easily adjustable without the need for special tools in order to make the opening of the inverted wedge wider or narrower accepting various sized animals and depending on the operators needs. The animal is stunned by the trauma and dies as a result of the brain being separated from the rest of the body and massive internal bleeding. Rabbit and poultry cervical vertebral dislocation apparatus: 2010-04-29: Pizzurro: 7481700: Shellfish claw cutter: 2009-01-27: Leboeuf, Jr. 452/6: 7198562: Animal dressing tool: 2007-04-03: Whetstone et al. If the operator should require a wider or narrower opening of the device, the rod 3 may be adjusted using force either by hand or by inserting the rod 3 into a larger diameter and length pipe of sufficient rigidity and strength then with the added leverage afforded by the pipe, the opening 1 of the device is adjusted. 1 is a perspective view of the rabbit slaughtering device constructed in accordance with the present invention. Create your own unique website with customizable templates. The invention consists of several novel features which are hereinafter described and made apparent by the drawings which accompany and form a part of this specification or disclosure and in which like letters and numerals of reference denote corresponding parts throughout the several views. This device may be used for, but is not limited to slaughtering rabbits, hares, guinea pigs, ducks, geese, etc. Euthanasia Guide for Ontario Commercial Meat Rabbit Producers 7 Assisted manual cervical dislocation Manual cervical dislocation APPROPRIATE FOR: Euthanasia Strategies: Methods and Restraint Pre-weaned kits <150 g (0.3 lb) Rabbit welfare is not compromised if the head is accidently detached from the rest of the body during cervical dislocation. This invention relates in general to a rabbit euthanasia and slaughtering apparatus and is more particularly described as an apparatus for slaughtering rabbits and the like, by means of cervical dislocation, whereby in the “hyper extension” method (1) the operator places the animal into the device opening, slides the animal toward the closed end of the apparatus and subsequently pulls the animal forcefully while hyper extending the neck until a separation occurs at a critical point of the cervical spine causing irreparable damage to the cervical vertebrae, causing instant incapacitation and a quick humane death without causing undue stress, anxiety, or pain to the animal. All rights reserved. By making the device entirely of metal or similar material, it is both light and inexpensive as well as very sturdy. FIG. Instant lights out and brain death. A still further object of the invention is to provide a rigid angled stop at the rear of the inverted wedge with the opposing rigid structure being at a sharp angle, this with two opposing rigid structures comprising the inverted wedge. Four mechanical poultry killing devices; modified Armadillo (MARM), modified Rabbit Zinger (MZIN), modified pliers (MPLI) and a novel mechanical cervical dislocation (NMCD) gloved device, were assessed for their killing potential in the cadavers of euthanised birds. Privacy Policy Pizzurro, Salvatore George (West Grove, PA, US), SALVATORE G. PIZZURRO (WEST GROVE, PA, US), Click for automatic bibliography The Rabbit Wringer web site was launched in 2008 after Sal Pizzurro invented the Rabbit Wringer. The operator may find a different method for using this device that is not listed and for use on different types of animals not listed. Materials and Methods Three mechanical devices: Modified Armadillo (MARM), Modified Rabbit Zinger (MZIN), a novel mechanical cervical dislocation device (NMCD) and a control (MCD) … A still further object of the invention is to provide the two opposing rigid structures comprising the inverted wedge to be running parallel, but on different planes, this with the angle of the rear stop, and all geometric intersections, converging causing the head of the animal to twist in such a way that the separation occurs at a critical point of the cervical spine causing irreparable damage to the cervical vertebrae, followed by instant incapacitation and a quick humane death without causing decapitation. FIG. Four mechanical poultry killing devices; modified Armadillo (MARM), modified Rabbit Zinger (MZIN), modified pliers (MPLI) and a novel mechanical cervical dislocation gloved device (NMCD), were assessed for their killing potential in the cadavers of euthanised birds of 4 type/age combinations: layer/adult, layer/pullet, broiler/slaughter-age and broiler/chick. An important object of the invention is to provide an opening for receiving the head and neck of the animal to be slaughtered, and be constructed of materials strong enough to withstand its use while ensuring safety for the operator and a quick humane death for the animal. We use it as a towel holder. © 2004-2021 FreePatentsOnline.com. Basically, you lay the rabbit down on the ground, and put a bar across the back of the neck stepping down on either end of the bar, with a swift motion, you pull up on the hind legs, dislocating (breaking) the neck of the rabbit. The best technique depends on the size of the bird. cervical dislocation device resulted in consistent anatomical damage to the birds (eg high dislocation of the neck and severing of the spinal cord) compared to the manual method, despite both having 100% success rate, while the modified Rabbit ZingerTM was difficult to operate and resulted in varied anatomical damage. The apparatus is mounted to a solid rigid structure by appropriate means. Basic butcher station set-up. 2 is a perspective view of the rabbit slaughtering device constructed in accordance with the present invention. Note: We do not use or recommend the Hopper Popper on the left. cervical dislocation device resulted in consistent anatomical damage to the birds (eg high dislocation of the neck and severing of the spinal cord) compared to the manual method, despite both having 100% success rate, while the modified Rabbit Zinger TM was difficult The angle 4 at which the rod 3 is bent is a unique aspect of the device. The Koechner Euthanizing Device KED is a mechanical cervical dislocation tool that is designed for use in various sizes of poultry. There are no validated euthanasia methods fo r meat rabbits. Trapped live rabbits must be euthanased as soon as possible after capture. A rabbit and poultry cervical vertebral dislocation device more simply put “neck breaker” comprises a cylindrical rod attached to an L-shaped base frame and mounting flange. This invention can be made by joining individual parts or components or using a mold and pouring a suitable material like aluminum, plastic or any similar materials to form a one piece device. The rod 3 of the device is attached below the guiding edge 10 of the supporting base 2 allowing for the animals head to be at the correct angle and the rod 3 giving proper support when using the “Sharp pull” method (2) to facilitate breaking the animal's neck. As of January 2013 the use of manual cervical dislocation (MCD) as a killing method for poultry on-farm has been heavily restricted through new EU legislation (EC 1099/2009) on the Welfare of Animals at the Time of Killing, following reported welfare concerns. You can only use non-penetrative captive bolt devices for simple stunning on cattle, sheep, goats and deer under 10kg. 2. This cervical dislocation tool makes dispatching rabbits a breeze, and it’s much kinder on your back than the broomstick method. The feet are secured with cord looped back on itself and tightened onto the center of the foot. Cervical dislocation works equally well for rabbits and chickens. manual cervical (neck) dislocation, for birds under 3kg, up to a maximum of 70 birds a day per person mechanical cervical dislocation for birds up to 5kg Bleeding rabbits and hares Features The KED C was developed and was made to be used on chicken breeders in the 8-12 lb range. A still further object of the invention is to provide a rabbit slaughtering apparatus which is constructed of steel, plastic, carbon fiber, or other similar material cut and shaped to the proper form to provide a portable, light, strong, efficiently operating device which will not rust or corrode under normal conditions and is easy to clean and maintain. In the EU, manual neck dislocation may only be used to slaughter birds less than 3kg liveweight. The apparatus is mounted to a solid rigid structure by appropriate means. FIG. No hand/eye coordination needed on your part either. The Livetec Nex is a new, easy to use, hand-held device that achieves consistent and correct cervical neck dislocation in poultry. The guiding edge 10 of the supporting base 2 is beveled allowing for smooth insertion of the animal without becoming snagged. This video shows the dispatch method we use (first 10 seconds of video): Butchering a Rabbit Fryer If you need to cull a young kit, visit How to Humanely Dispatch a Baby Rabbit. 1. Cervical dislocation is a common method of animal euthanasia.It refers to a technique used in physical euthanasia of small animals by applying pressure to the neck and dislocating the spinal column from the skull or brain. The supporting base 2 of the device made from a piece of angled material in the shape of an “L” is the support for which the rod 3 is attached, by means mechanical fasteners, welding, epoxy and similar means. & Terms of Use. Cervical dislocation is basically breaking the rabbit’s neck. This invention is not to be understood as restricted to the details set forth since these may be modified. 4 is an elevation of the structure in FIG. 1.Four mechanical poultry killing devices; modified Armadillo® (MARM), modified Rabbit ZingerTM (MZIN), modified pliers (MPLI) and a novel mechanical cervical dislocation gloved device (NMCD), were assessed for their killing potential in chicken the cadavers of euthanised, of four bird type and age combinations: layer/adult, layer/pullet, broiler/slaughter-age, broiler/chick. Abstract. a mechanical cervical dislocation device (MCD), and a non-penetrating captive bolt device (NPCB) for euthanasia of pre-weaned kits, growers, and adult rabbits. The goal of this research was to evaluate blunt force trauma (BFT), assisted manual cervical dislocation (AMCD), a non- penetrating captive bolt (NPCB) device and two fill rates of carbon dioxide (CO The angle 5 at which the rod converges with the supporting base 2 is another unique aspect of the device. The tool arose from the desire to humanely dispatch our own small Livestock. With the animals head wedged between the rod and the base frame, the operator holds the animal by the back legs or feet and pulls upward and back thus separating the skull from the spine humanely and instantly stunning and killing the animal by causing irreparable damage to the brain stem, spinal cord, arteries and spine. The present invention provides a portable device preferably made of steel or any rigid materials. A further object of the invention is to provide two opposing rigid structures forming an inverted wedge shape which holds the animal in place and tightens its hold as the operator pulls the animal by its rear legs. 3 is a sectional view of the device shown in FIG. No prior art is known for this invention. 1. An alternative emergency method for killing poultry on-farm is required following European legislation changes (EU 1099/2009), which heavily restricts the use of manual cervical dislocation. The present invention relates to a small animal neck breaker and cervical vertebral dislocation apparatus used mainly for humanely and instantly euthanizing or slaughtering small domestic livestock animals bred purposely for their meat. The commercial meat rabbit industry is without validated on-farm euthanasia methods, potentially resulting in inadequate euthanasia protocols. It may be easily removed or applied to a fixed support by means of a pair of screws or similar fastening devices, and since it is so easily removed, it may be carried from one place to the other, or to facilitate cleaning thereof. 1. A fixed rod and base frame forming an inverted wedge to receive the animal's neck into the apparatus. & Terms of Use. We are also in the process of putting together an online Rabbit Processing Course. FIG. The receiving end 6 of the supporting base 2 is chamfered allowing for smooth insertion of the animal without becoming snagged. The apparatus is mounted to a solid rigid structure by appropriate means. For those of you who don’t know, that’s the kill method that the wringer and the broomstick method use. The novel mechanical cervical dislocation device resulted in consistent anatomical damage to the birds (eg high dislocation of the neck and severing of the spinal cord) compared to the manual method, despite both having 100% success rate, while the modified Rabbit Zinger™ was difficult to operate and resulted in varied anatomical damage. The commercial meat rabbit industry is without validated on-farm euthanasia methods, potentially resulting in inadequate euthanasia protocols. The predrilled holes 8 in the supporting base 3 facilitate installation of the device. The novel mechanical cervical dislocation device resulted in consistent anatomical damage to the birds (eg high dislocation of the neck and severing of the spinal cord) compared to the manual method, despite both having 100% success rate, while the modified Rabbit Zinger™ was difficult to operate and resulted in varied anatomical damage. 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