Ofcourse, antibiotics are used. It’s a misconception that biological businesses can’t use antibiotics. However, the difference is in the fact how we handle antibiotics, in comparison to common dairy farms. In principle, there’s nothing wrong with antibiotics, provided that it’s used responsibly. We will only use antibiotics if a cow needs it, for instance because of surgery. We don’t share the vision of companies who don’t use antibiotics. From the biological perspective and as an animal lover you should treat an animal so that it can cure.
When we treat a cow we will not process the milk for a longer period, for a longer period than is obligated with common dairy farms. Unfortunately, this costs us money, but we get a happy, healthy cow in return.