Antibiotics in your meat? The ethanol industry might be partly to blame

Last year, while touring a fairly small, pasture-based farmstead cheese company, I found myself in a giant feed barn with a group of curious foodies. It was one of the last stops before the cheese tasting, so no one wanted to linger. But I have a distinc Full Story »

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Subjects: Sci/Tech, Living, Community
Topics: Energy, Food
Member Tags: factory farms, food safety, distillers grains, biofuel, corn, Antibiotics, dairy, Ethanol, meat, MRSA
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Posted by: Posted by Lisandro Tolentino - Apr 11, 2012 - 6:42 AM PDT
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by Lisandro Tolentino - Apr. 11, 2012

What can we consider natural meat in todays GMO filled society? The chemical/drug industries have taken over agriculture. When the farmers do not choose to feed their animals antibiotics they have to face with the high grain prices and can find themselves going out of business. I believe that farmers should consider the health risks of humans before their company making profit. I also believe that this article needs to go more into the Superbug Antibiotic story because there is more to it.

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