Chicken Farms & Antibiotics

Chicken Farms & Antibiotics

Chicken is a staple of many people's diets. It's a good source of protein that can be prepared many different ways. Much of the chicken we eat originates from places called "factory farms". These farms are giant hatcheries with the sole purpose of raising baby chickens and selling those chickens to larger farms where they will eventually become a source of food for the public. Typically, these farms treat the chickens with antibiotics with the goal of treating various diseases and to, in theory, protect the consumer from getting sick. However, research has shown that this is not always the case. Take a look at the article below to learn why and what some companies are doing to confront the issue.

How Factory Farms Play Chicken With Antibiotics - Mother Jones

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