Cephalosporins in beef production: What are the implications of new rules?

Feb 3, 2012
Cephalosporins are a family of drugs that are used in both people and animals. The cephalosporins most beef producers are familiar with are the injectable ceftiofur products Naxcel (and its generic equivalents), Excede and Excenel.

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