Canadian feed industry's ABF poultry production strategy

Poultry nutritionist examines Canada's antibiotic-free (ABF) and no antibiotics important to human medicine (NAIHM) feeding programs at the 2024 Feed Strategy Seminar.

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Annual Canadian animal feed production hovers around 30 million metric tons — largely comprised of swine (34%) and cattle feed production (29% beef and 19% dairy). While poultry only accounts for 18% of the country’s feed volume, this sector has made significant strides in adapting to and evolving with antibiotic-free poultry production.

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