All animals kept on holdings where their health depends on frequent human intervention must be inspected at least twice a day to monitor their health status.
Young birds should be inspected more frequently. Lighting during the inspection (natural or artificial), for conducting a quality inspection at any time should be sufficient strongly so that it is clearly visible in all parts of the room and each bird to be reviewed. Although it is impossible to inspect all the birds on during a routine inspection, however, a general idea of the health of the herd as a whole. When observing birds on feeding time, it can be determined whether there is a deviation in any bird food intake, which may be a sign of illness.
An individual examination is performed with the spectator standing at a distance of 3 meters from the bird and encourages it to move, being careful not to frighten it with jerks movements, noise or changes in lighting.
During the inspection, the caretaker passes as close as possible to the birds, so to see them clearly and to notice if there are sick, injured or weak. Every one such a bird must be immediately removed from the flock and treated or killed in a humane manner.