Antimicrobial Stewardship in Neonatal Management for Farmed Animal Species
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The Goal of this FAAST Review is to:
- Discuss the importance of neonatal management in order to set farmed animals up for a successful and productive growing period
- Discuss management strategies and monitoring for optimal health outcomes during late gestation and labour in mammalian species
- Discuss brooding strategies for chick health and optimal water and nutrition conditions for fry
What You’ll Learn/Topics Covered:
- The importance of monitoring farmed animals in late gestation to prevent dystocia and complications that could cause injury and illness in neonates, including piglets, lambs, kids, calves, and foals
- Discuss the importance of colostrum, boosting the quality of it using vaccination protocols, and how to identify if a sufficient quantity has been delivered and consumed by the neonate within the critical time period
- Brooding strategies to ensure chick health and performance in the growing period
- Fry management to ensure optimal growth through predator management, nutrition, and water quality
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