Antimicrobial resistance is one of the greatest threats globally to human health and has been predicted to be responsible for 10 million deaths a year by 2050 if not acted upon.
BBC Radio 4 Farming Today featured an interview with Dr Partha Ray and Dr Caroline Rymer from the University of Reading on the 18/02/2020. They interviewed the researchers on trial work undertaken to determine the effect of oregano essential oil on antimicrobial resistance in calves. This particular trial work was undertaken using Orego-Stim.
To listen to the interview, which is from 20 seconds to 4 mins 20 seconds, please click the following link: BBC Farming Today Episode – 18/02/2020
Orego-Stim is a 100% natural, non-synthetic, source of oregano essential oil, which has a proven broad-spectrum antimicrobial effect as a result of its unique composition and the presence of compounds such as carvacrol, p-cymene and thymol.
For more information on the trial itself, please visit our Science & Tech Hub for the full trial summary. If you are interested in Orego-Stim, our 100% natural feed additive product range, or have any questions, please contact Anpario at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 1909 537380.