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Germany to review antibiotics use in farm animals

Germany is to review the use of antibiotics in farm animals and possibly introduce new rules restricting their use.

Monday 14 November 2011 (6 years 6 months 7 days ago)

Germany is to review the use of antibiotics in farm animals and possibly introduce new rules restricting their use, German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner said on Wednesday.

"My goal is to nationally minimize the use of antibiotics and to improve the supervision by the responsible state governments," Aigner said on German radio NDR Info.

Use of antibiotics in farm animals is restricted as the drug can also have an impact on the people who eat the meat from treated animals.

Wednesday November 9, 2011/Reuters.
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