Antimicrobial drug domestic sales for livestock use by drug class U.S. 2014-2019

Domestic sales of antimicrobial drugs for use in livestock in the United States from 2014 to 2019 by drug class*

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Source

Release date

December 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

2014 to 2019

Supplementary notes

* Includes antimicrobial drug applications which are approved and labeled for use in both food-producing animals (e.g., cattle and swine) and nonfood-producing animals (e.g., dogs and cats).
kg = kilogram of active ingredient. Antimicrobials which were reported in International Units (IU) (e.g., Penicillins) were converted to kg. Antimicrobial class includes drugs of different molecular weights, with some drugs reported in different salt forms.
Only includes exports of FDA-approved, US-labeled antimicrobial drugs approved for use in food-producing animals.
** NIR = Not Independently Reported. Antimicrobial classes for which there were fewer than three distinct sponsors actively marketing products domestically are not independently reported. These classes include the following: Amphenicols, Diaminopyrimidines, Fluoroquinolones (excluding 2013 through 2019), Polymyxins (excluding 2012 and 2013), and Streptogramins.

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