Should farms stop using antibiotics on livestock? | The Tylt
Farms feed antibiotics to livestock on a mass scale in order to prevent illnesses stemming from poor conditions and to help increase growth rates. Farms say antibiotics are a necessary part of modern farming—there's no way to supply the huge amounts of meat Americans demand. Health officials say this practice is slowly making antibiotics useless. The widespread use of antibiotics in farms is driving resistance and could spell disaster for the world. What do you think?
Should farms stop using antibiotics on livestock?
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