Washington, DC – Animal health companies are pleased to have the opportunity to participate in today’s White House Forum for Antibiotic Stewardship bringing together some 150 representatives from both human and animal health. Healthy animals mean healthy people, which is why the Animal Health Institute (AHI) supports a collaborative, broad-based approach to keeping animals and […]
Washington, D.C. – Animal health companies have been complying with the provisions of ADUFA Section 105 since 2008 by providing annual antibiotic sales data for food producing animals to the Food and Drug Administration. Today’s proposed regulation expands on those requirements. The Animal Health Institute has always supported the collection and use of data that […]
Washington, D.C. – Animal health companies are committed to implementation of the FDA judicious use policy requiring the elimination of growth promotion uses of medically important antibiotics and requiring veterinary supervision for all remaining uses. As a result, these antibiotics will be used only to fight disease under the supervision of a veterinarian. Along with […]
Washington, D.C. – Today’s National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System’s 2012 Retail Meat report is significant and welcome. It shows that antibiotics can and are being used to effectively keep food animals healthy while minimizing the potential for transfer of resistant bacteria from animals to people. Antibiotic resistant is a major health concern, and the Centers […]
Media Contact: Ron Phillips: (202) 637-2440 Washington, D.C., January 14, 2015 – Spending by Americans on medicines used to protect the health of companion and farm animals was essentially unchanged in 2013 compared to 2012, not adjusted for inflation, according to figures released today by the Animal Health Institute. Sales for medicines for pets and […]
About Animal Health Institute
The Animal Health Institute (AHI) represents the companies that develop and produce animal medicines. Our industry is a global leader whose products improve the health of nearly 10 billion companion and food-producing animals in the U.S., which results in significant economic and social benefits for Americans.