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PamelaMitcham PamelaMitcham 2 years
Wow. This article is so full of fallacies and half truths. I'd like to point out just a few. First of all, so-called "organic" food can be treated with pesticides, just not synthetic ones. Also, for dairy cows that receive rBGH, perhaps it is true they receive antibiotics for mastitis. However, that doesn't affect the meat you purchase for a couple of reasons: #1) cows (actually steers) raised for meat are not used for dairy purposes (and they're steers... they don't produce milk). And in all cases for cows being sold for slaughter, there is a wash out period for anti biotics that ensures all such drugs are no longer in the system of the cow, therefore NOT in the meat you buy.
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