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Changes ahead: Everything you need to know about the new guidelines for oral antimicrobials

The US poultry industry has already shown that it knows how to use antimicrobials judiciously. In this special report, Poultry Health Today editors take an in-depth look at what FDA calls Guidance...

Guidelines at a glance

Highlights of the new U.S. Food and Drug Administration guidelines for antimicrobial usage in poultry and livestock.

Poultry vet reviews nuts and bolts of FDA’s new antimicrobial guidelines

FDA recently rolled out new voluntary guidelines for antimicrobial usage in poultry and livestock — not just how the medications are categorized and prescribed, but also how, when and why they...

Coccidiosis: Why is it still so difficult to control?

Coccidiosis can be extremely difficult to manage in poultry because the organism that causes it "has a tremendous capability to reproduce and it's very resistant to any kind of attempt to destroy...

Poultry veterinarian shares ideas for managing coccidiosis more effectively, economically, sustainably

Don Waldrip, DVM, talks about a new a new science-based, global initiative from Zoetis to help poultry producers develop longer term, sustainable management of coccidiosis.


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