Have a quick watch of films about reducing, refining and replacing antibiotic use. Get some short, sharp inspiration from what others are doing.
On Day 5 of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, watch how BQP Dalehead and Waitrose are working together to reduce antibiotic use on their pigs farms through biosecurity and switching to precision treatments only when needed.
Day 4 of World Antibiotic Awareness Week: Farmer's Weekly's Farmer of the Year Robert Neill and his vet from the Scottish borders describe how they've brought down the need for antibiotic treatments in Robert's beef suckler herd and his weaned calves.
On Day 3 of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, see how Oxfordshire beef farmer Ed Tims has been helped by his supply chain to reduce antibiotic use on his farm through improved animal health, eliminating disease and making sure he uses the right treatments.
For Day 2 of World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017, see how game bird rearers and gamekeepers are working together with their vets to reduce the need for antibiotics in pheasants and partridges.
For Day 1 of World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017, watch the ASDA, Arla, Kite and Solway Vet Pathfinders group explain how they've set up dairy herd benchmarking to reduce use of antibiotics.
The MilkSure initiative is for British dairy farmers. Its mission is to safeguard the production of wholesome milk which is free of veterinary medicine residues including antibiotics. MilkSure is led by DairyUK and has been developed in conjunction with BCVA (the British Cattle Veterinary Association).
A Public Health England and NHS campaign to raise awareness of antibiotic resistance.
Immediately following the news that sales of antibiotics to treat and prevent disease in UK farm livestock have achieved a 27% reduction over the past two years, targets for further reducing, refining or replacing antibiotic use across the key livestock sectors were announced on 27 October 2017.
The British Veterinary Association describes what its members are doing to ensure antibiotics are used responsibly and antimicrobial resistance is being tackled.