Animal husbandry bans resistance, the world is in action
1. In 1991, meat products began to be tested for antibiotic residues in meat products. Once safety standards were exceeded, they were prohibited from entering the market.
2. In 1996, Sweden was the first to partially ban AGP (antibiotic growth promoter) in animal feed. Yiwang provides consumers with "natural pork".
3. In 1998, Denmark banned the use of antibiotic feed additive virginiamycin. In 1998, the Netherlands stopped adding olaquindo to animal feed.
4. In 1999, the European Commission imposed a ban on antibiotic feed additives such as tylosin, spiramycin, bacitracin and virginiamycin.
In 1999, the Danish pig industry voluntarily stated that it would stop using antibiotic feed additives on pigs weighing less than 35.
5. In 2000, Denmark stipulated that antibiotics used to treat diseases in raised animals must be purchased with a prescription from a veterinarian.
6. In 2005, the Korean government gradually reduced the number and types of antibiotics allowed to be used.
7. In 2006, all member states of the European Union completely banned the use of antibiotics as growth-promoting feed additives for animals. Including ionophore antibiotics.
8. In 2008, Japan formulated a mandatory policy to prohibit antibiotics in feed.
9. In 2010, the U.S. FDA called for the gradual prohibition of the use of "antibiotics with important medical purposes" in the animal husbandry industry. Following the publication of industry guidance documents, the management of the use of antibiotics will be strengthened.
10. In 2011, South Korea officially introduced a mandatory policy to prohibit the use of antibiotics in feed.
In 2011, the European Commission announced the "Five-Year Action Plan for Anti-Bacterial Resistance", which aims to ensure the correct use of antibiotics by humans and livestock and improve the monitoring of veterinary antibiotics.
11. In 2013, the United States issued the "Veterinary Feed Directive" that requires licensed veterinarians to supervise the use of antibiotics, and stipulates that farmers must first obtain a veterinary prescription when purchasing antibiotics.
12. In 2020, China will ban the use of antibiotics
13. Before 2030, New Zealand will not need antibiotics to maintain animal health and welfare.