AHI Statement on Tyson Foods Antibiotic Policy

Washington, D.C. – Animal health companies are committed to implementation of the FDA judicious use policy requiring the elimination of growth promotion uses of medically important antibiotics and requiring veterinary supervision for all remaining uses.    As a result, these antibiotics will be used only to fight disease under the supervision of a veterinarian.  Along with […]

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Animal Health Institute Statement on NARMS Retail Meat Results

Washington, D.C. – Today’s National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System’s 2012 Retail Meat report is significant and welcome. It shows that antibiotics can and are being used to effectively keep food animals healthy while minimizing the potential for transfer of resistant bacteria from animals to people. Antibiotic resistant is a major health concern, and the Centers […]

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