Antibiotic reduction

Antibiotics are undoubtedly one of mankind’s most valuable discovery. They help us - and farm animals - to fight diseases and other challenges such as pathogens. They also improve the growth performance of animals. We depend on them so much that antibiotic resistance is one of this century’s biggest concerns for our species.

Our portfolio contains many solutions that can help to realize antibiotic free poultry production. You can find more information about antibiotic reduction, antibiotic resistance and alternative approaches below.

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Gut Health & Feed Hygiene: 2 steps closer to NAE

To achieve the goal of no antibiotics ever, the industry needs to look at all areas of the production system. Gut health and feed hygiene are key drivers to optimize health and nutrition while reducing exposure to pathogens. Read the article>>


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Antibiotic resistance infographic

Antimicrobial resistance threatens our way of life as we know it. How badly? And what are the reasons? Download the Antibiotic Resistance infographic (PDF)>>

Antibiotic resistance infographic

Gut Health: the key to good performance

Not long ago, antibiotics were not just used to treat diseases, but also to improve performance. Nowadays most countries have restricted the use of antibiotics to prevent resistance. Gut health is the new key to good performance. Read the article >>

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Interview with Roger Mann

Antibiotic resistance will be one of the greatest threats to our health in 2048. By then it could cause more casualties than cancer. More than enough reason for Perstorp to further invest in solutions based on (esters of) organic acids, an area with incredible potential. Read the full interview >>
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The changing landscape or gut health

“Intestinal health is a hot topic in all links of the animal production chain, from the plants up to the consumers”, says Richard Ducatelle, head of the laboratory of veterinary pathology at Ghent University in Belgium. He gives us insight into the world of gut health. Read the full interview >>
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