“There’s a huge social licence about getting those antibiotics out of the food chain because of antimicrobial resistance,” he said.
“ProAgni has commercialised technology to take those antibiotics out of the lotfeeding system and has been in the market for more than 14 months.”
In this time more than 620,000 animals have been produced without approximately 589 kilograms of antibiotics saving 14,85 tonnes of feed and reducing methane emission by 148.3t.
And the company is near 12 months away from commercialising a dry-form probiotic that reduces induction times into feedlots by up to 74 per cent. Read the entire article in The Land