FAO: How to use antibiotics 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.
Antimicrobial Resistance Website
Comparative assessment of general behaviour and fear-related responses in hatchery-hatched and on-farm hatched broiler chickens
Mona F.Giersberga; Ilse Poolen; Kris de Baere; Henk Gunnink; Theo van Hattum; Johan W.van Riel; Ingrid C.de Jong
Friday 19 March 2021 – Via ZOOM
A tool to assess existing risks, to make farm specific herd health plans for mitigating these risks, and to monitor the effects of risk mitigation measures
By Jorge Pinto Ferreira
FAO – News Article: Prominent global leaders in science, industry and government meet to step up fight against antimicrobial resistance
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.
One Health Global Leaders Group on AMR; Strategic and Technical Advisory Group on AMR ; AMR and COVID-19; Reaching the objectives of the Global Action Plan for AMR
HealthyLivestock: Day-old chicken quality and performance of broiler chickens from3 different hatching systems
Carol Souza da Silva;Roos Molenaar ;Mona F. Giersberg; T. Bas Rodenburg; Johan W. van Riel; Kris De Baere; Iris Van Dosselaer; Bas Kemp; Henry van den Brand ;Ingrid C. de Jong.
HealthyLivestock: Effects of hatching system on the welfare of broiler chickens in early and later life
Mona F. Giersberg; Roos Molenaar; Ingrid C.de Jong; Carol Souza da Silva; Henryvan den Brand; Bas Kemp; T. Bas Rodenburg;
The outputs of the HealthyLivestock work packages from both the Chinese and European projects will be made available through a mobile-phone friendly E-Knowledge Hub which will provide access for livestock producers and veterinarians to the latest evidence and best practice guidance which can be implemented on farm and improvements observed through the poultry and pig apps.