Reserve your space: Special edition on antibiotic reduction

31-07-2019 | | |
Photo: Emmy Koeleman
Photo: Emmy Koeleman

All About Feed is publishing a special magazine on reducing antibiotic use in farm animals. This issue will be published in December 2019.

Producing healthy and safe animal products is key for a successful business. This can be accomplished by having the right management, feeding, welfare practices and disease control programmes in place. Healthy livestock production is increasingly linked to methods without the use of preventive antibiotics. Some systems even thrive with no antibiotics. But moving away from antibiotics can be challenging and requires a new way of thinking, adapting feeding practices and biosecurity plans for example.

In this special issue we take a look at lessons learned from countries which have already adopted antibiotic reduction strategies. We tackle all the measures that can be taken to reduce or even move away completely from antibiotics use on a pig, poultry or cattle farm. We also touch on alternatives available on the market, nutritional strategies, breeding more robust animals, smart hygiene and housing strategies to keep pathogens out and much more.

Topics covered

  • Best practices to reduce antibiotics
  • Biosecurity and management practices
  • Nutritional strategies for healthy animals
  • Boosting the natural immune system
  • Improvement of gut health
  • Food safety and consumer demands

Print and online exposure

This special edition will be sent out as a separate magazine with the regular magazine (print and digital) All About Feed, Pig Progress, Poultry World and Dairy Global. This means a total circulation of over 60,000. All the articles will also be published online and highlighted in the email newsletters.

The antibiotic reduction special edition will be published in December 2019. The deadline is approaching and we have a few spots left! For more information on advertisement and sponsored articles for this issue, please contact us at

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Emmy Koeleman Freelance editor