AMHU Surveillance GB Beef Cattle And Sheep Research Brief 2021
Arnold, J.C.; Whatford, L.; Payne-Gifford, S.; Tak, M.; Van Winden, S.; Barling, D.; H?sler, B.
S. Van Winden
Antimicrobial and anthelmintic usage (AMHU) in livestock production has increased over the last 50+ years. Microbial and helminthic exposure to such drugs is understood to have contributed to increased resistance to treatment, causing significant economic impact in the human and animal health sectors.
Arnold, J., Whatford, L., Payne-Gifford, S., Tak, M., Van Winden, S., Barling, D., & H?sler, B. (2021). AMHU Surveillance GB Beef Cattle And Sheep Research Brief 2021. RVC Research Online: Cadogan Trust
|Report Type||Research Report|
|Publication Date||May 12, 2021|
|Deposit Date||May 24, 2021|
|Publicly Available Date||Jun 9, 2021|
|Additional Information||This briefing has been produced by the Royal Veterinary College and the University of Hertfordshire with funding from the Research England’s Quality-related Research Strategic Priorities Fund. It forms part of a larger project on sustainable beef and sheep meat food systems in GB funded by the Cadogan Trust.|
Towards improved surveillance of antimicrobial and anthelmintic usage (AMHU) in beef cattle and sheep in Great Britain
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