What is Animal Slaughtering: Types of Slaughtering(Modern Method of Slaughtering & Religious Method)2020.
What is Animal Slaughtering, Types of slaughtering (Modern Method of Slaughtering & Religious Method)2020.slaughtering is defined as a act of killing or butchering of animal especially for the reason for consumption(food).The killing of large number of animals when animals are old enough they are sent to slaughter and there meat is processed and shipped to stores.
Types of Slaughtering:-
- Stunning method
a) Captive-bolt pistols
b) Chemical/Gaseous method
c) Electrical method
d) Direct blow to skull using a club
e) Free bullet fired from a pistol into the skull
a) African traditional method
b) Jewish method
c) Halal method
d) Jhatkha method
- Stunning:-Stunning is the process of rendering animals immobile or unconscious with or without killing the animal, when or immediately prior to slaughtering them for food.
a)Captive -Bolt Pistols:-A captive bolt pistol or gun(also variously known as a cattle gun,stun bolt gun,bolt gun or stunner)is a device used for stunning animal prior to slaughter.
The goal of captive bolt stunning is to inflict a forceful strike on the forehead with the help of bolt in order to induce unconsciousness .The bolt may or may not be destroy part of the brain.
b) Chemical/Gaseous Method:-Any mixture of argon, nitrogen or other inert gases maximum of 2%total oxygen by volume. Any mixture of argon, nitrogen or other inert gases and CO2 .CO2 provided does not exceed 30% and maximum free O2 2% by volume.
c)Electrical stunning:-Electrical stunning is done by sending an electric current through the brain and heart of the animal before slaughter. Current passing through the brain induces an immediate but non-fatal general convulsion that produce unconsciousness. Current passing through the heart produces an immediate cardiac arrest that also leads shortly to unconsciousness and death.
d)Direct Blow to Skull Using a Club:-
e) Free Bullet Fired From a Pistol Into The Skull:-
It a effective but unsafe. This method has been used on horses and cattle.