Monday, 16 March 2015

Antibiotics Are No Longer Making Pigs Bigger

Mother Jones

For decades, it's been thought that low, regular doses of antibiotics help livestock grow big—thus increasing meat producers' profits. So common is the practice of lacing farm animals' feed with the drugs that an astonishing four-fifths of all antibiotics in the United States now go to livestock. Story here.

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