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Antimicrobial resistance causing few clinical problems in swine

Clinical problems in swine due to antimicrobial-resistant infections are rare. In fact, patterns of resistance in swine have been stable for a long time.

AMR in swine: Good news for the industry

Watch Part 1 of the interview on antimicrobial resistance in swine.

AMR in swine: Better information equals better decisions

Watch Part 2 of the interview on antimicrobial resistance in swine.

AMR in swine: Challenges of producing without antibiotics

Watch Part 3 of the interview on antimicrobial resistance in swine.

Measuring success and changing behaviors to reduce antibiotics use on hog farms

By Georgina Crayford, PhD Senior Policy Advisor National Pig Association, UK

‘Don’t blame antibiotics use on production systems,’ says UK pig sector

The UK pig sector has warned campaigners against oversimplifying the link between production systems and antibiotics use.

Livestock farming standards to get boost under antimicrobial-resistance plan

The European Commission has unveiled plans to promote better global livestock farming standards in a bid to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in animals and humans.

China launches national plan to tackle antimicrobial resistance

China’s government has launched a national plan to reduce antimicrobial use in poultry and livestock production in an effort to limit drug resistance.


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