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Videos Address Antibiotic Use In Poultry Production

Videos Address Antibiotic Use In Poultry Production
New USPOULTRY series offers answers to many common antibiotic questions from poultry specialist Dr. John Glisson

To help provide answers to how and why antibiotics are used in the poultry industry, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association on Thursday completed the release of a series of six short videos.

The series, called "Poultry Insight," provides information about antibiotic resistance, antibiotic residues, why and when antibiotics are used, who regulates antibiotic use, and what would happen if the poultry industry stopped using antibiotics.

Series offers answers to many common antibiotic questions.

"USPOULTRY and our members recognize consumers have questions about antibiotics. This series of videos is designed to provide a general overview about antibiotics and antibiotic use in the poultry industry, and we welcome any feedback from consumers who have additional questions," USPOULTRY president John Starkey said.

The videos are a discussion with Dr. John Glisson, former associate dean of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine. Glisson now serves as USPOULTRY's director of research.

"It is through funds generated by the International Poultry Expo that USPOULTRY is able to develop educational pieces of this type. This video series is only one example of the IPE funds that have been funneled back into the industry over the years. We sincerely appreciate the support of our members and exhibitors that allowed USPOULTRY to develop this information," said Mark Waller, chairman of U.S. Poultry & Egg Association.

The videos can be viewed on USPOULTRY's website,, and on the group's Youtube channel.


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