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Pay attention to seven key areas of live production for successful antibiotic-free (ABF) poultry production.
Antibiotic resistance in fish farms is passed on from fishmeal, claims an article in the 7 September, 2017 edition of The Economist.
Management of antibiotic use and control of antibiotic resistance in livestock production and aquaculture in the 2017-20 period.
There is a global urgency to reduce antibiotic use, and more and more poultry producers are showing that it is possible to reduce or eliminate antibiotic use
Improper use of antibiotics in breeding will result in antibiotic resistance and residues in food that causes more potential risks for consumers’ health
Dr. Charles Hofacre covered what poultry growers should and should not do when moving to an antibiotic-free program. He also discussed a number of antibiotic
High standards of biosecurity and hygiene are amongst the most important measures needed to achieve pig production that is free from antibiotics use
Four plant-based essential oils have been shown to be effective alternatives to antibiotics for treating a range of commonly-occurring pathogens in farmed fish.
Science provides consistent results for efficient replacement of antibiotics by functional plasma proteins.
A big challenge in antibiotic-free poultry production is the control ofcoccidiosis, which can lead to necrotic enteritis.