Today we hear from Ger Cusack, MVB MRCVS on XL Vets' project Engage which works on actively strengthening the communication bectween farmers and thier vets, with positive results for animal health, and therefore, antibiotic usage reduction. 

 

Also, John Gilmore, a vet and CEO of Farmlab talks to Mary Newman MVB about the benefits of identifying pathogens causing issues on-farm. If we've learned ANYTHING this year, it's that testing for pathogens, and clear identification of the enemy are vital tools in protecting health - in humans and in animals. 

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