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OPINION: Contrary to recent suggestions in the media, there is very little credible research supporting the success of homeopathic treatment of mastitis in dairy cows.
Right now antibiotics are treating serious diseases worldwide, but resistance threatens the future of this essential form of defence.
AgResearch scientists are looking into how common pests in New Zealand are fighting back against traditional measures to control them – and whether it all comes back to evolution.
New Zealand appears to have very low use of antimicrobials in dairy cattle by international standards, a study has shown.
One of the great medical breakthroughs of our age was the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming in 1928.
The era of 'peak antibiotics' might have arrived, but not because of antibiotic use in farm animals in New Zealand.
Veterinarians are urging farmers to work with them to address antibiotic resistance in dairy cattle.
Scientific innovations and reduced-antibiotic livestock systems could increase the value of the country's exports — with the right approach.
Agcarm supports the World Health Organisation's first World Antibiotic Awareness Week, held next week from November 16 to 22.