Antibiotic Use in Animal Production

Antibiotic Use in Animal Production

The University of Nebraska Lincoln Extension presents an informative article which details the environmental concerns of antibiotic use in animal production. This publication is also supported by the academic institutions of Iowa State University, Kansas State University, University of Missouri Columbia, and the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Tables are provided to show drugs used, the use level and treatment objective, and the withdrawal time of the antibiotic.

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