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Antimicrobial reduction in broilers

Reducing reliance on antimicrobials is crucial in tackling the challenge of antimicrobial resistance. Limiting preventable antibiotics use allows essential antibiotics to remain effective when needed to support broiler and human health. The emphasis on this matter is further heightened through the increasing demand for antibiotic-free broiler meat, as a result of increased awareness of the associated risks.

Producing antibiotic-free broilers

We recommend taking a holistic, consistent and sustainable approach to the antibiotic-free production of broilers, focused on excellent feed, farm and health management, to future-proof your flocks and reduce the potential for antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The first step is removing antibiotic growth promoters and prophylactic antibiotics, ask your veterinarian to perform an antibiogram to evaluate the sensitivity of certain bacteria to antibiotics used on your farm. 

Our offering in supporting an antibiotic-free production

Poultry Antimicrobial Reduction Programme

Poultry Antimicrobial Reduction Programme

Integrated and customised feed farm health approach.

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NutriOpt Actionable Insights

NutriOpt Actionable Insights

Through our nutritional profiling and advice, we ensure that healthy, safe and sustainable raw materials are used for the production of animal feeds. This will help in making better-informed decisions, backed up by accurate data.

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Nutriopt Optimal Performance (Broiler model)

Nutriopt Optimal Performance (Broiler model)

Predict and optimise broiler production with the use of a simulation and economic optimisation model.

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Trace Mineral Optimisation Programme

Trace Mineral Optimisation Programme

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By reducing antibiotic use, you keep the antibiotics effective for the animals and for humans while answering an increasing trend for antibiotic free produced meat.