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  • Thursday, March 02, 2017
    Selko, Trouw Nutrition
    Big data from animal trials show how feed, farm and health management contribute to reduced antibiotics in poultry production, while maintaining performance and profitability. Poultry integrators are an important part of the food chain and need solutions to assure sustainable animal health and productivity, minimizing the use of antibiotics. Trouw Nutrition's R&D Director, Professor Leo den Hartog, shared his view on reduction of antibiotics at the global EuroTier fair in Germany.
Friday, February 24, 2017
Olmix
  • Concerns on the emergence of antibiotic resistance are calling for innovative technologies that provide alternatives to antibiotics for use in animal health and production, in a One Health approach. In this context, based on its innovative technologies (Extraction of biologically active extracts from algae, production of powerful algae-clay original materials), Olmix has developed a comprehensive program, aiming at accompanying producers to decrease the use of antibiotics, achieving "antibiotic free production" and thus limiting the development of antibiotic resistance.
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
Selko, Trouw Nutrition
  • A university study in Indonesia showed that combining two feed additives was the best strategy to reach the highest performance without using antibiotic growth promoters.
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