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Antibiotic-free poultry production: Is it sustainable on a large scale?

Phil Stayer, DVM, head veterinarian at Sanderson Farms, is worried about what he calls an “anti-technology movement” directed at the US poultry industry, particularly as it relates to veterinary care and the use of FDA-approved medications. In this interview with Poultry Health Today, Stayer outlined his concerns and this trend’s potential impact on animal health and welfare, food safety and the poultry industry’s carbon footprint.


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