When bacterial infections become severe, antibiotics are a possible solution. Overusing antibiotics speeds up antimicrobial resistance.
Simply explained: Bacteria evolve over time. Antimicrobial resistance occurs when surviving bacteria pass on their genes to the next generation. Therefore, making them resistant to a specific antibiotic.
In order to keep animals and people healthy, we focus on balanced breeding. We choose animals that are more resistant to diseases and can recover from challenges on their own.
We also have a bio-secure system in place to prevent the need for antibiotics in the first place. All these efforts are to create a safer worldwide supply of food.
Better breeding today for a brighter life tomorrow.