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    Watch the 2:46 video interview
with FDA's Bill Flynn HERE.

What to Expect from FDA’s Plan
to Curb Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotics use consistently ranks among top food concerns of U.S. consumers. While most may be unfounded, entities from farm groups to regulatory agencies, continue to promote good antibiotic stewardship and responsible use in food animals.

The latest numbers from the Food and Drug Administration suggest the collaboration is paying off. 

A December report showed a 33% decrease from 2016 to 2017 in domestic sales and distribution of all medically important antibiotics used in food animal production. This progress suggests that increased understanding of proper antibiotics use is having a positive impact.

“We think some important progress has been made with some strategies that we completed in January 2017, where we worked with the pharmaceutical industry, animal producer groups, the feed industry and the veterinary community to bring about some changes to how medically important antibiotics are used in animal agriculture,” said Bill Flynn, deputy director for science policy for the Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine.

Read more HERE.

For more information about antibiotic resistance,
attend the 9th Annual NIAA Antibiotics Symposium:
Communicating the Science of Responsible Use in Animal Agriculture
October 15-17 at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Previous One Health Antibiotics Videos:

  1. Solving the Global Challenge of Antibiotic Stewardship with Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef Executive Director Ruaraidh Petre
  2. McDonald’s Works with Ranchers to Reduce Antibiotics Use with Ernie Meier, McDonald's Director of Quality Systems

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Burnett Ranches, LLC National Institute of Antimicrobial Resistance Research & Education  Mr. Eric Vinton 
Engormix S.A.
Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin  Dr. Randy Berrier
North Carolina Dept. of Agriculture
Mr. Neil Hammerschmidt
American Angus Assoc.
Cornell University
Mrs. Summer Stoffel
National Renderers Assoc.
Professional Dairy Managers of PA
 Dr. Kerry Keffaber
United Producers, Inc.
Ohio Dairy Producers Association
 Mr. Robert Kleemeier
Datamars, Inc.
VA Dept. of Ag./Animal Food & Industry 
Mr. Robert Foster

  Arizona Department of Agriculture
Ms. Linda Mills

North Carolina Dairy Association

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2019  NIAA
Annual Conference

Animal Agriculture:
 Innovation, Technology & Consumer Engagement

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nnual NIAA Antibiotics Symposium 

New Science & Technology Tools for Antibiotic Stewardship

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Strategy Forum on Livestock Traceability

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Videos - 2018

One Health Series on Antibiotics

 Mark Gardiner
 Dr. Randall Spare
 Dr. Tim LaPara
 Dr. Steve Solomon
 Dr. Justin Welsh
 Jereon van de Ven
 Dr. Bob Smith
 Dr. Laura Kahn 
 Antibiotic Symposium Compilation

Summary of Work

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