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Livestock Farmers and Antibiotics

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  • Livestock Farmers and Antibiotics

    Kira Shipway  

    On a farm, proximity means that disease travels fast. If a pig contains a bacteria such as E. Coli, it can be passed to humans through the meat if it’s not cooked to at least 160°F.