Microbes, pigs and antimicrobial resistance

  09 September 2020

Antimicrobial resistance is often thought of as a phenomenon that occurs in animals, herds or systems. For example, veterinarians and producers deal with antimicrobial resistance when they consider treating animals as a means of preventing, controlling or treating disease. At an even higher level, veterinarians may be interested in implementing antimicrobial stewardship programs across entire systems, as a way to mitigate antimicrobial resistance.

 

Further reading: NationalHogFarmer
Author(s): Noelle Noyes, Peter Davies, Carissa Odland, Joel Nerem and Scott Dee
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