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...and eggs were higher in commercial dairy and layer farms in comparison of local farms. Indiscriminate and irrational use of antibiotics in livestock without following withdrawal period may result in unexpected residues in food supplies and could cause serious health hazards to consumers. So then with all the antibiotic consumption thru dairy we risk possibly growing immune to antibiotics and therefore have having risks from dying from simple illness that could be treated with antibiotics. It seems we have become master the skill of switching off our empathy when we hear about these things but in fact this is happening every day. Dairy behind the cartoon of milk and cup of yogurt lays abuse and torture of these creatures. But our Image of these creatures and where our dairy comes form has to do with the image we have created and given to us thru diary advertisement.
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