What if Antibiotics Were Banned Worldwide? Asks Jefo

CANADA - Jefo has a long experience of poultry production without antimicrobial growth promoters.
calendar icon 13 January 2014
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The American FDA announced at the end of 2013 a selective ban of growth promoting antibiotics used in USA, without approval of a veterinarian for a medical purpose. The transition will be effective at the end of a transition period of three years, with a goal to help maintaining the efficiency of important antibiotics treating human illnesses for the future.

Can we assume all imports of meat to the US will face the same fate? Are you ready for such a challenge?

Jefo has a strong experience in antibiotic growth promoter-free (AGP-free) poultry production, as its European customers have been facing this challenge for the last eight years.

“We have effective and innovative solutions for the poultry industry, which have been successfully implemented in various type of management and health status. Visit us at the next IPPE so we can share our expertise,” said Jean Fontaine, the company's President.

Jefo has more than 150 employees and 52 distributors/partners worldwide. The company has a commitment to its clients, which is second to none. Qualified PhDs, Masters, agronomists and veterinarians make up its technical team of more than 30 specialists with great experience in nutrition.

Jefo has reinvested considerable funds over the past 32 years into quality systems and research, resulting in impressive research findings and innovative species-specific products.

www.jefo.com - [email protected].

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