Applied Bacterial Control
Supporting the Microbiome. Preserving Antibiotics.
We are all facing a crisis in antibiotic resistance and this is now climbing to the top of many political agendas. It was around the time of the mid 1940s that antibiotics began to be used in humans and animals and so there are few who remember how effective they were when first introduced. Whilst bacterial resistance goes back a long way, it is only in recent decades that the level has become seriously worrying.
Ensuring good clean quality water is important for healthy poultry. The LMS system is effective and reliable and ensures my birds are continually receiving clean water. The backup provided is fantastic and the system has helped me to regularly achieve an EPEF of over 400.
CHARLIE SIMPSON • ALAN SIMPSON FARMING, SHROPSHIRE
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