In this technical report, Hays assesses the effectiveness of using feed additives containing antibacterial agents in swine and poultry production. Through a series of experiments and analyses, Hays provides evidence supporting the use of these additives in reducing bacterial infections and promoting animal health. A valuable resource for veterinarians, farmers, and anyone interested in animal husbandry and veterinary medicine.
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