12 July 2021 | News
Wisium provides a tailor-made approach to meet local animal nutrition needs. Its portfolio of innovative nutritional solutions includes natural ingredients and plant extracts, supporting the global trend toward a reduction in the use of antibiotics.
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ADM announced the launch of a customized antibiotic reduction program developed by Wisium, its premix and nutrition services business. The new program centralizes Wisium’s demedication solutions across all species, offering a holistic approach. Antibiotics are regularly used in animal nutrition for therapeutical reasons, and in some countries, as animal growth promoters It is estimated that global Antimicrobial Use (AMU) in poultry, cattle, and swine (which account for 93.75% of all food animals) will increase to 104,079 tonnes by 2030, equivalent to a growth of 11.5% since 2017.1 In alignment with the global trend to regulate the overuse of antibiotics as growth promoters, ADM is dedicated to maintaining animal health and welfare through natural nutritional solutions and encouraging the reduction of antibiotics in livestock farms.
ADM’s Wisium business is now offering a dedicated antibiotic reduction program for each livestock species to support producers in their efforts to reduce the use of antibiotics. Wisium’s P4L – Partner For Life concept takes a holistic approach that considers environmental, feeding and housing factors. This program is fully customized to address specific challenges for each species, meet the markets’ needs and expectations, and follow each country’s feed and food regulations.
Wisium’s holistic approach includes three pillars:
The P4L – Partner For Life concept addresses the unique needs of each species. Specifically:
As part of the ADM company, Wisium relies on a global network of R&D centers and laboratories, as well as a strong team of experts with a solid understanding of local challenges. Wisium provides a tailormade approach to meet local animal nutrition needs. Its portfolio of innovative nutritional solutions includes natural ingredients and plant extracts, supporting the global trend toward a reduction in the use of antibiotics.