NY judge demands FDA action on antibiotics in animal feed

Apr 6, 2012
The objects of contention are penicillin and tetracycline included in animal feed to “stimulate growth and improve feed efficiency in food-producing animals,” according to the court order. The court claims “medically important” antibiotics in animal feed have led to a rise in antibiotic resistant.

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