As people's pursuit of food has changed from "eat full" to "eat well", it has become the latest consumer fashion to seek green and safe food that is pollution-free, residue-free and pollution-free. Various meat and seafood raised with healthier plant extract feed additives are gradually appearing on people's tables.
Revise and publish the "List of Drugs and Other Compounds Prohibited to Use in Food Animals" to guide farmers to use veterinary antimicrobials in a standardized manner.
The total amount of antibacterial drugs used in livestock and poultry and aquaculture dropped by 29% from the previous year, and the goal of "zero growth" in the use of veterinary antibacterial drugs was achieved two years in advance.
Start the reduction of veterinary antimicrobial use.
Launch a national action plan to curb drug resistance in animal-derived bacteria.
Plant extract feed additives have one or more biologically functional active substances. Because of their safety, high efficiency and natural advantages, they are the preferred alternative to antibiotic feed additives in terms of animal disease prevention, improvement of intestinal flora, and promotion of production. Product.
-Improve feed palatability to increase animal feed intake.
-Improve the secretion and activity of endogenous digestive enzymes, affect the conversion and utilization of nutrients in the body after absorption, and achieve weight gain.
-Promote intestinal health, inhibit pathogenic bacteria, and maintain the balance of gastrointestinal microbial colonies.
-Regulate the secretion of hormones related to growth and promote the improvement of animal production performance.
The adverse consequences of bacterial resistance, drug residues in livestock and poultry products, and allergic poisoning caused by the overuse of antibiotics have become increasingly apparent, and the country has also begun legislation to prohibit the use of antibiotics as feed additives.
-The number of intestinal microflora is reduced.
-Reduce digestive tract diseases.
-Thinning of the intestinal wall.
-Save metabolizable energy.