Change is our opportunity - Part 3. Lessons to be learnt from those already AGP-free
Registration of herd treatments and concerns related to increasing
bacteriological resistance characterised the changes to Danish legislation
during the 1990s. In 2000, the introduction of a total antibiotic growth
promoter ban led to an increase in diarrhoea related problems, often caused by
infections with haemolytic E.coli and Lawonia intracellularis. Some weapons
against the gastrointestinal diseases have been found and producers are warned
to be prepared.
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