Chicks raised without the use of antibiotics are seen at David Martin’s turkey farm in Lebanon County in 2012. A White House initiative on combating antimicrobial resistant bacteria expected to be announced this week will include recommendations to address antibiotic resistance for human and veterinary medicine.
Chicks raised without the use of antibiotics are seen at David Martin’s turkey farm in Lebanon County in 2012. A White House initiative on combating antimicrobial resistant bacteria expected to be announced this week will include recommendations to address antibiotic resistance for human and veterinary medicine. AP file photo
Chicks raised without the use of antibiotics are seen at David Martin’s turkey farm in Lebanon County in 2012. A White House initiative on combating antimicrobial resistant bacteria expected to be announced this week will include recommendations to address antibiotic resistance for human and veterinary medicine. AP file photo

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