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One hundred countries around the globe are concerned about the overuse of antibiotics.
7 Alternatives To Antibiotic Use Identified By Researchers

A new report,“Beyond Antibiotics: The Future of Animal Health Alternatives,” identifies alternatives that could help support the animal health industry and producers, while reducing antibiotic use.

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Cattle Antimicrobial Resistance Research

A Texas Tech researcher has received funding from both USDA and NCBA for a project to evaluate the distribution of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes and the occurrence of horizontal gene transfer in high-risk cattle.

Antibiotic Resistance: The Bacteria Battle

Antibiotics have their work cut out for them.

Antibiotic Resistance: Works Today, Not Tomorrow?

Antimicrobial resistance might sound like a challenge straight out the headlines, but it could become awfully personal when you find routine antibiotics no longer cure a sick calf.

We asked veterinarians for their thoughts on the key challenges and opportunities for success in eight categories during the decade of the 2020s.
What to Expect from the 2020s

Part 4: Antibiotic Stewardship

 A new streamlined format intended to enable NARMS partners to issue more timely public updates in the future.
NARMS Releases Latest Report on Antimicrobial Resistance Trends

This week, the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS) released its 2016-2017 NARMS Integrated Summary.

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Commentary: Are We Willing to Change?

A pending trade agreement between the US and the EU would give the US 50% of the EU’s imported beef. 

Researchers gathered nearly 1,000 publications and unpublished veterinary reports from around the world to create a map of antimicrobial resistance in low- to middle-income countries.
Princeton Study: Antibiotic Resistance Increasing Globally

According to an analysis published in the journal Science, antibiotic resistance among bacteria affecting food animals has nearly tripled over the past 20 years.