DAIRY PRODUCERS are being asked to help shape the future of antibiotic use in their industry.
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Lidl GB have partnered with the University of Glasgow to encourage responsible antibiotic usage in dairy herds (Photo: Stephanie McVittie)

As part of a four year project to better understand the barriers to responsible antibiotic usage, Scottish dairy farmers are being asked to take part in an online survey to share their views on current guidelines and compliance.

The project is the result of a partnership between retailer Lidl and the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine. Lidl GB’s Head of Responsible Sourcing, Amali Bunter, said: “At Lidl we are continually monitoring and reviewing our supply chain to ensure we remain fully transparent to our loyal customers and support the highest levels of animal welfare.

“Through this exciting new partnership with University of Glasgow, we are seeking the first-hand knowledge and experience of our skilled Scottish dairy farmers to enable us to continue to choose the most responsible approach when it comes to animal antibiotics.”

To take part in the survey which is open until the end of August 2021 visit https://glasgow-research.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/amr

Thirteen congressional members from New England are urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture to intervene on behalf of farmers left in the lurch by Danone SA, the French food giant that owns the Horizon Organic brand.

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