Extension Education Symposium: The future of biosecurity and antimicrobial use in livestock production in the United States and the role of extension.

@article{Clark2012ExtensionES,
  title={Extension Education Symposium: The future of biosecurity and antimicrobial use in livestock production in the United States and the role of extension.},
  author={Saudi Clark and Rhonda Daly and Ernie Jordan and J Lee and Anupama Mathew and Patrick Ebner},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={2012},
  volume={90 8},
  pages={2861-72}
}
As the global population continues to grow, food needs will increase as well. The amount of land and other resources devoted to agriculture production is not expected to grow significantly, leading most to agree that the substantial increases in food production to meet food security needs will come through the development of technologies that improve production efficiency. Diseases are constant threats to efficiency in all segments of agriculture. In livestock production, many of the bacterial… CONTINUE READING

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