Health Management with Reduced Use of Antibiotics in Pig Production

Published on: 01/24/2014
Author/s : James Pettigrew (University of Illinois) and Rodney B. Baker (North Carolina State University)

The world's food production system has responded magnificently to the need to dramatically increase production during the last few decades, to supply the growing human population of the world. But the challenge continues, driven by both the projected increase in population and the wonderful improvement in living standards and diet quality that will be the fortunate lot of many people in the develo...

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January 24, 2014

good review of the science and the issues.

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Anna Catharina Berge Anna Catharina Berge
PhD in Comparative Pathology
Berge Veterinary Consulting Berge Veterinary Consulting
Brabant, Belgium
March 21, 2014
Thank you for a nice review article of the alternative nutritional solutions to antibiotics. Furthermore, I appreciate that you clearly state the importance of biosecurity and management measures, as people are always seeking quick alternative nutritional solutions for a very complex problem.
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August 1, 2019
Beste Anna, Dear Anna,
We met a few times at AMCRA meetings where i represent UPV ( the french Speaking Belgian Vets).I am also founder of an association of veterinary consultants AVC
http://www.avc-eu.de



I think that you could be a good member of our association. Please do not hesitate to contact the secretary and you can make reference to me.
BR, MVG
Bill
Dr Bill VANDAELE
Dr Vet Med-Lic Zoot-E.P.A-MAVC
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