Beef Research School: What’s the Latest Research on Antimicrobial Resistance? What’s to be Done?

Developing a full understanding of antimicrobial resistance is imperative to managing its occurrence. Canada’s beef industry has been studying the incidence of antimicrobial resistance in cattle for some time, but there is more work to be done.

Building off this introduction on antimicrobial resistance by Dr. Reynold Bergen, this episode of the Beef Research School features Dr. Tim McAllister, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada principal research scientist, who brings us up to speed on current AMR research and surveillance on beef cattle. McAllister explains in detail how AMR develops, summarizes past studies and explains an upcoming study under the proposed Beef Science Cluster II.

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