Potential Impacts of No Antibiotics Ever/Raised Without Antibiotics Production on Animal Health and Welfare- Executive Summary

Randy Singer, Ph.D., D.V.M., professor of epidemiology at the University of Minnesota, along with a team of other experts including Dan Thomson, DVM, PhD, of Kansas State University and Jennifer Wishnie, DVM, of California Polytechnic State University surveyed veterinarians and farmers to identify the impact of “Raised Without Antibiotics” or “No Antibiotics Ever” production on…

University of Minnesota’s Dr. Randall Singer to explore animal welfare ramifications of “No Antibiotics Ever” policies at 2018 Summit

University of Minnesota’s Dr. Randall Singer to explore animal welfare ramifications of “No Antibiotics Ever” policies at 2018 Summit Early registration rates for Animal Agriculture Alliance Summit end April 10 April 9, 2018 – Randall Singer, PhD, DVM, will share his research findings on the potential impact on animal welfare resulting from no antibiotics ever…

Animal Agriculture Alliance issues statement on World Health Organization antibiotic report

Animal Agriculture Alliance issues statement on World Health Organization antibiotic report WHO report ignores industry strides on responsible antibiotic use November 7, 2017 – Animal agriculture – farmers, ranchers, veterinarians, feed mills and animal health companies – is dedicated to providing a safe and healthy food supply for everyone. That dedication starts on the farm with…

Animal Agriculture Alliance highlights industry’s commitment to continuous improvement

Animal Agriculture Alliance highlights industry’s commitment to continuous improvement Advances in Animal Ag report released today October 5, 2017 – Today, the Animal Agriculture Alliance released its 2017 Advances in Animal Ag report highlighting the industry’s commitment to continuous improvement in animal care, responsible antibiotic use, environmental sustainability and food safety. The report explains efforts every sector of…

Antibiotic Social Media

Thank you for getting social about animal agriculture! Share any of the following graphics to your social media pages! Animal welfare includes proper housing, management, nutrition, disease prevention and treatment, responsible care and humane handling. Medicines, including antibiotics, are an important tool for veterinarians tasked with protecting animal health and preventing suffering from disease, which…

Animal Agriculture Alliance responds to report calling for drug label refinements

Animal Agriculture Alliance responds to report calling for drug label refinements Animal agriculture – including farmers, veterinarians, feed mills and animal health companies – is currently working to implement significant changes in the way antibiotics are used to keep food animals healthy.  These changes build on animal agriculture’s decades-long history of innovation and continuous improvement…

Alliance Statement on the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Report

Alliance Statement on the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Report September 22, 2014 – The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) today released a report detailing the important measures being taken to combat antimicrobial resistance. The Animal Agriculture Alliance knows and understands that antibiotic resistance is a serious public…