Cows, Pigs, Chickens Have Drug Problem Congress Can Fixby
Much of the beef, pork or chicken we eat contains small amounts of antibiotics. The drugs are fed to animals so they can thrive in the crowded, often-fetid factory farms that dominate U.S. meat and poultry production.
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