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Animal Pharm Antibiotic Replacement in Modern Animal Production 2018


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SKU: 89855

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Feed Enzymes | Prebiotics | Probiotics | Synbiotics | Organic Acids | Phytochemicals - for Poultry, Pigs and Cattle

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The risk that antibiotic residues may be found in human food and the development of antibiotic resistance in pathogenic micro-organisms are two factors having a huge impact on the antibiotics market. Because of this, there is increased pressure to reduce antibiotic use and this 50 page report specifies ways in which growth promoters and therapeutic antibiotics are being reduced across the industry to tackle these issues. You will also gain insights into the products that may replace these, such as prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics.

Key insights:

  • Replacement of therapeutic antibiotics
  • Replacement of growth promoters
  • Holistic approaches to husbandry

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Dr. Clifford Adams worked for 24 years in research and development of new feed additives as Research Director of a major company in Belgium. He is now the Managing Director of ANOZENE which he founded in 2007. He is active in research and writing on nutritional strategies for humans and animals. A particular interest is in the relationship between nutrition and health through the interaction of bioactive food ingredients, nutricines, and nutrients.

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