Animal Antibiotics

animal antibiotics: what you should know
Article | Nov 01 2017

Raising healthy and safe animals is a high priority for farmers, ranchers and the veterinarians who work alongside them.

Blog entry | Jul 28 2017

When you think of eating meat, what comes to mind? Is it pulled pork covered in BBQ sauce? A juicy cheeseburger? Savory bacon with eggs? A variety of choices may pop into your head.

Blog entry | Jul 19 2017

I recently had the opportunity to attend the World Pork Expo (WPX) in Des Moines, Iowa.

Blog entry | Oct 12 2016

For more than 50 years, veterinarians and producers have administered antibiotics to food animals, primarily poultry, swine, and cattle, mostly to fight or prevent animal diseases.

Blog entry | Mar 23 2016

I always look forward to attending events organized by The Atlantic. They are informative, smart, and provide a balanced view of the topic presented.

Blog entry | Feb 17 2016

Historically, antibiotics have been used in animal agriculture and human medicine to treat illness, and they have had a remarkable impact on our ability to improve the health of humans and animals

Blog entry | Jul 15 2015

I recently walked into a trendy fast-casual restaurant and noticed a sign saying that they had stopped serving carnitas. Wow, was I shocked!

Blog entry | May 01 2015

From company announcements to government reports, there’s more attention than ever on the use of antibiotics in animals, different antibiotic types, and what producers and the FDA are doing to main

Blog entry | Mar 06 2015

Thinking about where dairy products come from is one of the most confusing farming practices for most shoppers.

Blog entry | Feb 11 2015

In the last year, I’ve learned a great deal about antibiotics.

Blog entry | Oct 15 2014

Many of you may have seen the recent PBS Frontline segment titled “Trouble with Antibiotics.”  I can understand why o

Blog entry | Sep 19 2014

Tony Flood & Brittany Mountjoy

Article | Jun 16 2014

Food animal production is an important part of agriculture. It includes beef, dairy, poultry, and pork.