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Public Health - Antibiotics & Resistance
Evaluation of antimicrobial alternatives to reduce the development of antibiotic resistance
The oregano oil product evaluated did not enhance nursery pig performance or influence the development of antimicrobial resistance to the panel of antibiotics used to screen resistance. While a high...
Public Health - Antibiotics & Resistance
Use of a pig-derived competitive exclusion culture as an alternative to antibiotics to control colibacillosis in weaned pigs
There are bacteria called E. coli that can cause disease and death in young pigs, particularly nursery-age ones. Although antibiotics have been used to treat the disease, the bacteria have become...
Public Health - Antibiotics & Resistance
Effects of a commercial probiotic supplement on intestinal E. coli and growth in the weaned pig
There are many products on the market sold as probiotics with label claims to enhance growth and production. Regulations governing the licensure, sale, and addition of these products to animal feeds...
Public Health - Antibiotics & Resistance
The Role of Sub-Therapeutic Chlorotetracycline on the Prevalence and Antimicrobial Resistance of Salmonella Enterica Isolated from Swine
There is increasing scrutiny regarding the use of antimicrobials in animals as a result of increasing antimicrobial resistance in human pathogens, and in particular foodborne outbreaks caused by...
Public Health - Antibiotics & Resistance
Effect of probiotics in the health and performance of nursery pigs raised in conventional or antibiotic/growth promoter free farms
We compared the health and performance of weaned pigs in a high health herd between groups receiving low level antibiotics in the feed to groups receiving probiotic in the feed and no antibiotics. ...
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