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Broiler-house management is key to preventing winter respiratory disease

By Tak Niino, VMD Technical services veterinarian Zoetis Inc.

Media consultant: Let poultry vets tell the antibiotic story

The U.S. poultry industry needs to do a better job telling its story about antibiotics and their role in sustainable production and flock welfare, according to Frank Singleton, a media consultant...

Consumer trust and poultry: Part 1

Should consumers trust the U.S. poultry industry?

Should consumers trust the U.S. poultry industry?

Should consumers trust the U.S. poultry industry?

Should antibiotics be used to prevent disease in poultry?

Three veterinarians explain why they think it's a sensible and ethical thing to do with certain diseases.

Should antibiotics be used to prevent disease in poultry?

Using antibiotics to prevent — not just treat or control — certain diseases of poultry is a sensible, responsible and ethical practice, according to three veterinarians featured on an industry...

Veterinarians define judicious antibiotic use in poultry

With antibiotics, deciding when to use them is as essential as determining how much.

Using antibiotics to improve flock performance

Low doses of some antibiotics can help maintain a healthy flock without increasing drug resistance, according to a University of Minnesota veterinarian.
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