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SURVEY REPORT ON ANTIBIOTICS USE IN PRODUCTION ANIMALS NOW AVAILABLE

12:43 EDT 18 Sep 2012 | BioPortfolio

NEW YORK –  One big issue that has most of the animal health community talking at the moment is the ongoing debate over what the FDA should be doing in regards to the use of antibiotics in production animals. The problem comes from public concern over antibiotic-resistant organisms evolving.

Terrapinn has conducted a survey of animal health experts from all across the industry to see what they had to say about the subject.

The survey addresses the questions:

• What’s your opinion on the use of antibiotics in production animals?
• How worried are you regarding the effects of antibiotic resistance on humans?
• Do you think the US government should be doing more to regulate antibiotic use in production animals?
• Do you think a decrease in antibiotic use in production animals would have a negative impact on business?

Click here to get your copy of the survey report: http://www.terrapinn.com/BP3AHsurveyreport

Michael E. Oehlsen of the FDA will discuss how to adapt to the new FDA regulations at the World Animal Health Congress this November in Kansas City.

Download the event brochure here to learn more about the conference: http://www.terrapinn.com/BP3AHbrochure

About Terrapinn:
Terrapinn is a business media company. Our products are trade exhibitions, conferences, training solutions and electronic and print publications. More information and a schedule of our events can be found at www.terrapinn.com.

CONTACT:
Laura Lupo, Marketing Manager
Terrapinn
laura.lupo@terrapinn.com
+1 646 619 1790

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