Antibiotic residues in meat too negligible to build resistance


Antibiotic residues in meat are negligible that the likelihood of building resistance is extremely low. “AGPs are used in medicated feed form, where the drug will have protection as it passes through the animal’s stomach” Dr Shabbir Simjee of Elanco told Asian Agribiz in a podcast. “High acid conce...

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Editor, Asian Meat Magazine, Alternative Protein and Meat Insider, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In the article, ‘Will Malaysia lose its Singapore chicken market?’, she analyzes whether Singapore’s dominant chicken exporter could lose a chunk of the market to countries like Indonesia because of policy instability.