ENOVAT – New videos!
ENOVAT COST action has developed a short owner education animation relating to antibiotic use in companion animal patients
HealthyLivestock/Schippers Group AMR conference
Watch here the conference -"REDUCING ANTIMICROBIAL USE IN EUROPEAN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION" organized by the HealthyLivestock project and The Schippers Group
Watch our interactive webinar: Fighting AMR in animals- experiences and progress from the field
our interactive webinar based on experiences from the field about the challenge of antimicrobial resistance in animals. The webinar was organized by 4 EU projects: HealthyLivestock, AVANT, Roadmap, and DISARM celebrating the World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021
News from HealthyLivestock research: Early detection
Early Detection of Diarrhea in Weaned Piglets From Individual Feed, Water and Weighing Data
HealthyLivestock in a recorded joint session
in the 5th International Conference on Responsible Use of Antibiotics in Animals
The 5th International Conference on Responsible Use of Antibiotics in Animals
HealthyLivestock will present together with Roadmap, AVANT and DISARM project
AVANT Project – Alternatives to Veterinary Antimicrobials
AVANT is a multi-actor inter-sectorial project aims at developing alternatives to antimicrobials for the management of bacterial infections in pigs
FAO: How to use AB effectively and responsibly in pig production
- for the sake of human and animal health: Pig farmers can enjoy this new FAO booklet on how to adopt SIMPLE & PRACTICAL husbandry practices that are essential to improving animal health, whilst reducing the use of antibiotics.
FAO: Food and Agriculture organization of the UN
Antimicrobial Resistance Website
Comparative assessment of general behaviour
and fear-related responses in hatchery-hatched and on-farm hatched broiler chickens
VPHI Webinar : OIE AMU and AMR related recent activities
By Jorge Pinto Ferreira
FAO-Prominent global leaders in science industry and government
26 January 2021, Rome - Prominent global leaders in science, industry and government joined today a United Nations effort to fight antimicrobial resistance, described as a slow-moving pandemic by the Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu.