Whether or not beef producers a hundred years from now will be able to use antibiotics in feed, or for anything else, depends on whether or not beef producers today choose to use antibiotics judiciously and in moderation.
Veterinarian software from two companies aims to help with VFD recordkeeping.
Pneu-Dart offers free course on setting up and properly using remote drug delivery equipment.
Rick Berman, executive director of the Center for Consumer Freedom, responds to Alan Newport's recent blog on antibiotics in meat.
More folks recognize the need to safeguard antibiotics for future use, but all are a long way from figuring out how.
All indications suggest that more government oversight in regard to antibiotic use in all livestock will continue.
Change is coming, but it is nothing new — we face it every day. The use of antibiotics in food animal production has garnered a great deal of attention. We can debate the science of antimicrobial resistance and bemoan more government oversight...
Survey results paint an interesting picture of consumer perceptions.
Cattle health can be maintained, along with beef quality and safety, while significantly reducing the use of antibiotics in the feedlot...
Veterinarians navigate the nuts and bolts of VFD.