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In the past two decades, an intensive amount of research has been focused on the development of alternatives to antibiotics to maintain swine health and performance. The most widely researched alternatives include probiotics, prebiotics, acidifiers, plant extracts and neutraceuticals such as copper and zinc. Since these additives have been more than adequately covered in previous reviews, the focus of this review will be on less traditional alternatives.
Friday, November 01, 2013
Dina Fine Maron, Tyler JS Smith, and Keeve E Nachman
In this paper, the antimicrobial use policies of 17 political jurisdictions outside of the United States were surveyed, with respect to growth promotion, disease prevention, and veterinary oversight, and reviewed the available evidence regarding their production impacts, including measures of animal health.
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