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The epidemiology of antibiotic residues (inhibitors) in milk

, : The epidemiology of antibiotic residues (inhibitors) in milk. Highlights of Agricultural Research in Ontario 14(4): 8-11

The main aim of this study was to determine the effects of farm detection methods and different types of dairy farming on the occurrence of antibiotic residues (inhibitors) in samples of milk. Subsequently the depletion times of antibiotic residues in the milk of treated cows were determined under field conditions using different treatments, some respecting prescribed dosages, others not taking these into account.

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