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Antibiotic Use in the Poultry Industry
Antibiotic use in poultry production has been very beneficial in enhancing bird health. To help provide insight into the current and future use of antibiotics in poultry, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is releasing a new video. The video features two noted experts, Dr. Randy Singer, Professor of Epidemiology, Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Dr. Charles Hofacre, Professor, Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, Department of Population Health, University of Georgia. Dr. Singer and Dr. Hofacre provide information on why antibiotics are given to poultry, how antibiotics are provided, how the decision is made to treat with antibiotics, how antibiotic use in poultry affects antibiotic resistance in foodborne pathogens, how flocks raised without antibiotics are treated if they get sick, the difference between medically and non-medically important antibiotics, and the future changes for antibiotic usage in poultry production.
Views: 31261 USPOULTRY
The economic reason this chicken producer gave up antibiotics
For decades, almost all factory-farmed chickens were raised on antibiotics. But low doses of “maintenance” antibiotics can spur bacteria to build resistance, creating superbugs. Economics correspondent Paul Solman and science correspondent Miles O’Brien report team up to examine why one major chicken producer went antibiotic-free while most still continue the practice.
Views: 26861 PBS NewsHour
Eggs are one of the most consumed foods in the world. In The United Kingdom, it's estimated that over 30 million eggs are consumed every day, but what do egg consumers really know about eggs? What the egg industry is hiding is absolutely shocking. The egg industry spends billions of pounds every year to promote eggs and to convince people that they are an essential part of a balanced diet, when in reality, eggs are extremely unhealthy. Eggs are high in saturated fat and dietary cholesterol which increases the risk of developing heart disease and diabetes. Globally, approximately 90% of eggs are produced by caged hens. It is also estimated that around 51percent of the eggs sold in the UK come from caged hens. These cages are known as 'enriched' or 'colony' cages in the UK. Because chickens are forced to live in horrendous, filthy conditions they are often fed large doses of antibiotics to ensure that they survive. To kep up with the global demand for eggs, chickens have been genetically altered so that they can produce more eggs. In the wild, a chicken would normally only lay between 10-20 eggs per year, now chickens lay around 200-300 per year. By disrupting the natural process of a hen nesting her egg, her body responds by producing more eggs. Most chicks are born in large incubators and are separated by sexes at just a few days old. Because the male chicks don't produce eggs they are considered useless by-products. Millions of male chicks are tossed into grinders and are ground up alive and the females are used as egg laying machines. Although chickens can live for over 10 years, egg laying hens are usually slaughtered for food after just 2 miserable years of life when their reproductive system is no longer generating enough profit. In addition, Chicken farms also release toxic greenhouse gasses and ammonia into the atmosphere. We are destroying our planet at a phenomenal rate by consuming animal products, even though it is entirely unnecessary and avoidable. Fortunately, there is no need to consume eggs. You can get protein and vital nutrients from healthy plant foods such as nuts, seeds, legumes and vegetables.There are also many egg replacers and egg-free alternatives available so there really is no need to continue supporting this cruel, harmful industry. If you liked the video please "Like" and "Share" to show support :) SUBSCRIBE for more educational content, vlogs & recipes! http://bit.ly/1URVUaY FOLLOW ME: -Twitter: https://twitter.com/_prettyethical -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_prettyethical/ -Facebook: www.facebook.com/prettyethical -Blog: https://prettyethicalblog.wordpress.com
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India 360: Antibiotics found in Delhi's chicken; could weaken immune system
40 per cent of chicken samples sourced from Delhi-NCR region has been found injected with antibiotics. Consumption of such chicken could weaken the immune system of the body and make the person more susceptible to illness For more news subscribe to Aajtak: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt4t-jeY85JegMlZ-E5UWtA
Views: 9838 Aaj Tak
Are Antibiotics Used In Laying Hens? | Eggs FAQ
For More Answers To Your Egg Questions, Visit: ► http://www.eggs.ca/FAQ A farmer from Southview Farms answers this important consumer health question. We asked Southview Farms about whether or not antibiotics are used in laying hens - and you might be surprised to learn that they are not! Canadian egg farmers follow feed regulations set by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. In addition, eggs in Canada are always free of added steroids and hormones. Find out about the production of eggs in this Q&A video above, and don't forget to see more answers to your questions through the link above.
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Chicken Farm Using Oregano Instead of Antibiotics
A chicken farm is using oregano in place of antibiotics. Sometimes the best remedies are found in nature. A chicken farm in Fredericksburg, Pennsylvania is utilizing oregano to feed chickens. The company, Bell & Evans is home to loose oregano lying around in trays and barrels of oregano oil. For approximately three years, the chickens have been fed a diet laced with oregano oil along with a little bit of cinnamon. Bell & Evans opt for the herbal remedy to fight off bacterial diseases without using antibiotics, as they are said to be harmful to humans who consume the meat. The owner of the company, Scott Sechler pledges to avoid antibiotics. He speaks of the oregano approach, stating "I have worried a bit about how I'm going to sound talking about this. But I really do think we're on to something here." Earlier this year, a 72-year-old relied on nature to rid Crohn's disease by consuming tree bark. Marlene Barnes began experimenting with trees approximately 16 years ago, after being told that bark may be able to help. She traveled around Europe to experiment with different types of bark. Barnes takes in roughly 120 ml of bark daily and amazingly her doctor claims that she is now free of Crohn's disease.
Views: 16234 GeoBeats News
India's farmed chickens dosed with 'colistin' -world's strongest antibiotics
Chickens raised in India for food have been dosed with some of the strongest antibiotics "antibiotic of last resort" that could have repercussions throughout the . The antibiotics 'colistin' only used in the most extreme cases of sickness - are shipped to India each year to be used, without medical supervision. A study by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism has found that hundreds of tonnes of colistin, described as an antibiotic of last resort, have been shipped to India for the routine treatment of animals, mainly chickens, on farms. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for the use of such antibiotics, which it calls "critically important to human medicine", to be restricted in animals and banned as growth promoters. Their continued use in farming increases the chance bacteria will develop resistance to them, leaving them useless when treating patients. The finding by the investigative report is startling because the use of such powerful drugs can lead to an increasing resistance among farm animals around the world. Colistin is regarded as one of the last lines of defence against serious diseases, including pneumonia, which cannot be treated with other medicines. Without these drugs, diseases that were commonly treatable in the last century will become deadly once again.
Views: 537 News Hangar
Antibiotic Use in the Poultry Industry: Why Are Antibiotics Given to Poultry?
Antibiotic use in poultry production has been very beneficial in enhancing bird health. To help provide insight into the current and future use of antibiotics in poultry, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is releasing a new series of videos. The videos feature two noted experts, Dr. Randy Singer, professor of Epidemiology, Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Dr. Charles Hofacre, professor, Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, Department of Population Health, University of Georgia. In this video, Dr. Singer and Dr. Hofacre answer the question, "Why are antibiotics given to poultry?"
Views: 974 USPOULTRY
Backyard Chickens - Respiratory Disease - VetRx
Here is what we did do cure our hen from a respiratory problem she had. I would NOT recommend to jumping straight to antibiotics first. Do your homework, research, and talk to local experts and consult a Veterinarian if your unsure of what to do. You can buy the VetRx here..... http://amzn.to/1tPK2uk See & Hear in previous video of our Sick Chicken http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxEFj1SOauk More reading material below... http://hencam.com/henblog/2013/07/duramycin-and-laying-hens/ http://www.farad.org/publications/miscellaneous/LayingHensEggResidues.pdf http://www.uspoultry.org/faq/faq.cfm http://www.ceunes.ufes.br/downloads/2/julienchiquieri-Antibiotic%20Residues%20In%20Poultry%20Tissues%20and%20Eggs%20%20Human%20Health%20Concerns.pdf http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ps029 http://www2.ca.uky.edu/poultryprofitability/Production_manual/Chapter20_Issues_affecting_the_US_broiler_industry/Chapter20_Antibiotics_in_current_use.pdf http://www.durvet.com/dl/Durvet-Poultry-Brochure.pdf http://www.goodwinol.com/pdfs/poultry.pdf © Brandon Marshall. All rights reserved. Any unauthorized broadcasting, public performance, copying or re-recording will constitute an infringement of copyright.
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Chicken Fed Illegal Drugs Sent to Fast Food Chains
Chickens fed illegal growth hormones and antibiotics are making their way into food chains such as McDonalds and KFC. [Full Story] Chicken being fed illegal drugs are being widely distributed around China. Ending up in major fast food chains. That's according to an investigative report by state-run CCTV. This chicken farm in China's northeast Shandong Province has been supplying chickens to one of the biggest meat distributors in China, the Liuhe Group. The farm owner says he uses a drug that makes the birds grow faster. Other drugs are added to the mix to keep away infection. Reporter: "Does the Liuhe Group know you feed chickens with drugs?" [Mr. Zhang, Chicken Farmer]: "They have never paid attention to it." He says the drug makes the animals quickly gain weight. This speeds up the time between birth and slaughter. [Mr. Zhang, Chicken Farmer]: "The chickens weighing a little more than half a pound may grow to five and a half pounds within 40 days. The chicken's heart is too small to support the extremely great weight." He says that because of the rapid weight gain, many of the chickens are often unhealthy and many die prematurely. These growth stimulation drugs are illegal. But since the law is not enforced and the Liuhe Group does not perform inspections or quarantine, the chickens easily enter mainstream food supply. The chickens are sold to the largest restaurant supplier Yum, which in turn supplies major food chains like KFC and McDonald. This is not the first time that Chinese chicken farmers have come under scrutiny. In 2005 China's Ministry of Agriculture was chastised for encouraging chicken farmers to use an avian flu vaccine meant for humans. The virus became resistant to the drug and thus was not effective when it spread to people. China's Ministry of Agriculture denied the accusations saying it had never approved the drug to be used in birds. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntd.tv Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
Views: 22765 NTDTV
The 49 Day Chicken
A clip from Food Inc. that shows how large poultry companies such as Tyson have vertically monopolized the production of chickens from egg to slaughter and have breed a chicken with an overdeveloped breast that reaches maturity in 49 days instead of 3 months.
Views: 457497 edricthegreat
What Is The Best Antibiotic For Chickens?
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Herbs for Hens™: Five Herbs Your Chickens Will Love
Plant some culinary herbs for your chickens to enjoy. Some of my favorites include: Lavender, Mint, Oregano, Parsley and Sage. Read the corresponding article on my blog here: http://www.fresh-eggs-daily.com/2014/04/my-top-five-favorite-herbs-for-chicken.html
Views: 39179 Lisa Steele
Antibiotic Use in the Poultry Industry: How Are Antibiotics Provided?
Antibiotic use in poultry production has been very beneficial in enhancing bird health. To help provide insight into the current and future use of antibiotics in poultry, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is releasing a new series of videos. The videos feature two noted experts, Dr. Randy Singer, professor of Epidemiology, Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Dr. Charles Hofacre, professor, Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, Department of Population Health, University of Georgia. In this video, Dr. Hofacre and Dr. Singer answer the question, "How are antibiotics provided to poultry?"
Views: 143 USPOULTRY
Poultry & The Hormone Myth (long version)
One of the most common, and frustrating, questions for U.S. poultry producers is why hormones are used to produce today's poultry products. Of course, the actual answer is NO HORMONES are used. To address this continuing misinformation, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association has prepared a new video to explain the scientific, economic and legal reasons hormones are not needed or used by the U.S. poultry industry. There are two versions of the video (long & short). The short version is precise and gets to the gist of the video's message quickly. The long version provides more detail for those who are interested. This is the long version.
Views: 43992 PoultryEggAssoc
Antibiotics & Hormone Free Poultry Feeds Kickstarter Crowdfunding Farms
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/4921395/new-antibiotics-and-hormone-free-poultry-feeds Help us to complete development of the next-generation poultry feeds designed to replace chemical based feeds dependence. I am Robert Carter, founder of Nikoya Foods. I'm a Hi-Tech Product Quality Engineer with farming background. Where Does Our Poultry Come From? Typically, they are bought as baby chicks from a hatchery and are grown on a farm. They are fed water and a concentrated feed that is made from corn, soybean, vitamins, antibiotics and growth hormones. After they are grown and reach their market weight, they are processed, packaged and distributed to supermarkets for consumers to purchase. http://crowdfundingcooker.com/
Buy Only Antibiotic-Free Chicken
Dr. Moreno explains why you should only purchase chicken that is antibiotic-free. Original Air Date: June 6, 2015
How to Inject Chicken with antibiotics
Giving our chicken injections of Tylan Antibiotic. See our website for dosing info: http://produceyourgreenpower.com/blog/
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No More Antibiotics Used IN McDonald's Chicken
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria have become a massive health problem, killing thousands of people every year and prompting calls to phase out the unnecessary use of the drugs on farm animals and in people. After all, the more often these drugs are used, the more quickly bugs outsmart them — rendering them useless. Now McDonald's is trying to tackle the problem of antibiotic resistance, one McNugget at a time. The company announced today that it will stop buying chicken that has been reared on antibiotics meant for humans within two years. Given that McDonald's is the largest restaurant chain in the United States, and 80 percent of the antibiotics in America are used on farms, the move could have a major impact on how animals are reared and consumer expectations. But in many respects, the policy doesn't quite go as far as it could. The chain will still allow chicken suppliers to use ionophores — antibiotics added to animal feed to accelerate growth. While these drugs aren't used in humans, their overuse could still have an impact on public health. Join #FOWLERNATION!! http://bit.ly/SubscribeFowlerNation Become a Patron! http://Patreon.com/FowlerShow 3 Steps To Join #FowlerNation! 1. Subscribe To The Fowler Show: http://bit.ly/SubscribeFowlerNation 2. 'Like' The Richard Fowler Show on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RichardFowlerShow 3. 'Follow' Us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/fowlershow These Patrons make the Fowler Show possible ($20+ monthly donation on Patreon.com/FowlerShow) & we couldn't do it without them! Truthservers.com Are you a fan of The Fowler Show? Become a Patron & help support independent media! Learn more here: http://www.patreon.com/fowlershow Want to help out but don't have any money to donate? Donate your account & help us get our stories out on social media. Learn more here: http://www.donateyouraccount.com/fowlershow If you liked this clip, share it with your friends and hit that "like" button! 1,500 Subscriber Behind The Scenes Reward Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LT9x1PvQTBU Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes for free! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-richard-fowler-show/id510713880 @fowlershow @richardafowler http://www.facebook.com/richardfowlershow http://www.fowlershow.com http://fowlershow.tumblr.com/ STORY: http://www.vox.com/2015/3/4/8148257/mcdonalds-antibiotics
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Chicken Dioxins, Viruses, or Antibiotics?
Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) DESCRIPTION: The association between poultry and cancer may be explained by the presence in chickens' and turkeys' flesh of industrial carcinogens such as dioxins, oncogenic (cancer-causing) viruses, and/or the drugs that were fed to the birds. Have a question about this video? Leave it in the comment section at ‪http://nutritionfacts.org/videos/chicken-dioxins-viruses-or-antibiotics/ and I'll try to answer it! See the "prequel," EPIC Findings on Lymphoma (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/epic-findings-on-lymphoma/), and the one before it on general cancer rates. For more on industrial pollutants in meat, see Vegetarians Versus Healthy Omnivores (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/vegetarians-versus-healthy-omnivores/), Harvard's Meat and Mortality Studies (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/harvards-meat-and-mortality-studies/) and Prevention Is Better Than Cured Meat (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/prevention-is-better-than-cured-meat/). For more on cancer-causing viruses, see Breast Cancer Survival, Butterfat, and Chicken (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/breast-cancer-survival-butterfat-and-chicken/), Meat Additives to Diminish Toxicity (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/meat-additives-to-diminish-toxicity/) and Carcinogens in the Smell of Frying Bacon (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/carcinogens-in-the-smell-of-frying-bacon/). And for more on drug residues in meat, see Drug Residues in Meat (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/drug-residues-in-meat/). The mass use of antibiotics in chicken feed may also be contributing to the emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria (for example, see U.S. Meat Supply Flying at Half Staph - http://nutritionfacts.org/video/u-s-meat-supply-flying-at-half-staph/). There are also hundreds of other videos on more than a thousand subjects (http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/). http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Subscribe: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/subscribe • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate • HOW NOT TO DIE: http://nutritionfacts.org/book • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Instagram: http://instagram.com/nutrition_facts_org/ • Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NutritionfactsOrgMD • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/
Views: 5540 NutritionFacts.org
Antibiotics in Chicken
Short animation on antibiotics in chicken.
Views: 3619 Anil Agarwal
McDonald's to Curb Use of Chicken Raised With Antibiotics
McDonald's says it will no longer sell food made from chickens raised with certain types of antibiotics. WSJ's Annie Gasparro discusses the move on the News Hub. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit the WSJ channel for more video: https://www.youtube.com/wsjdigitalnet... More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://online.wsj.com/home-page Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Follow WSJ on Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/wall-str..
Views: 994 Wall Street Journal
Are you sick of chicken? : Antibiotics in poultry in Nepal
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to humans in modern times. It already kills 700,000 people every year and will account for 10 million deaths per year by 2050 if no action is taken. Watch this video to see how the unregulated use of antibiotics in Nepal's poultry industry is spreading anti-microbial resistance in the population, and making patients unresponsive to treatment of infections. Full story: http://bit.ly/are-you-sick-of-chicken-nt Keep in touch: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nepalitimes/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nepalitimes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nepalitimes
Views: 229 Nepali Times
The Majority of Antibiotics Used In Poultry Production Are Not Used In Human Medicine
The antibiotics used most often in humans are not the same ones used most often in chicken production.
Eating chicken could make you immune to antibiotics
Each time you eat chicken, you could also be consuming a cocktail of antibiotics. A lab study released by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) found antibiotic residues in 40% of chicken samples bought from outlets in Delhi and NCR.
Views: 2499 Zee News
Alarm: Use of antibiotics in Chicken and other poultry products can make you unwell
Watch a report on the use of antibiotics in the poultry industry as this is decreasing immunity of human beings. Subscribe us on YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/NewsNationTV Get More Updates on: http://www.newsnation.in Download Android and iOS Apps for more updates: Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newsnationonline&hl=en iOS App: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/newsnation/id917219227?mt=8 Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsNationChannel Twitter : https://twitter.com/NewsNationTV Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+NewsNationTV?pageId=106285995264756645929&authuser=1
Views: 254 News Nation
Antibiotic Use in the Poultry Industry: Future Changes
Antibiotic use in poultry production has been very beneficial in enhancing bird health. To help provide insight into the current and future use of antibiotics in poultry, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is releasing a series of videos. The videos feature two noted experts, Dr. Randy Singer, professor of Epidemiology, Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Dr. Charles Hofacre, professor, Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, Department of Population Health, University of Georgia. In this video, Dr. Hofacre answers the question, "What are the future changes for antibiotic usage in poultry production?"
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News 24 sting Operation Chicken : This chicken can make you sick!
n the backdrop of research conducted by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) confirming presence of antibiotics in the 40 per cent of chicken samples, News24 team reached a poultry farm at 45 km distance from Delhi in Sonipat to check the facts. Chicken is supplied in major numbers from this particular farm of Haryana in the NCR region. A worker of the Sonipat farm agreed to talk to News24 team on the condition of anonymity. The poultry worker then opened a can of some chemicals and started mixing it in a bucket of water, which shockingly turned red. The water is to be fed to the chicken. The worker confirmed that the chemicals are even mixed in the food of the chicken.
Views: 109584 News 24
Poultry Insight: What Is Antibiotic Resistance?
Antibiotic use in poultry production has been extremely effective in enhancing bird health. However, as consumers, industry professionals, and regulators seek to gain more understanding of how their food is produced, the careful and prudent use of antibiotics by the poultry industry raises questions. To help answer these questions, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association has created a series of videos about antibiotics and their role in poultry production. In this video, which is a part of series, Dr. John Glisson responds to the question, "What is antibiotic resistance?" Dr. Glisson is Director of Research Programs for U.S. Poultry & Egg Association. Before joining USPOULTRY, Dr. Glisson served as Head of the Department of Population Health at the University of Georgia, a position from which he retired. He was also Head of the Department of Avian Medicine, and was Associate Dean of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine while at the University of Georgia. He received his B.S. in Biology from Valdosta State and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Master of Avian Medicine, and Ph.D. in Medical Microbiology, from the University of Georgia.
Views: 1145 USPOULTRY
1719 - Big Chicken: The Incredible Story of How Antibiotics Created Modern Agriculture & Changed...
Good morning. On today's show, author Maryn McKenna joins us to discuss how the humble chicken went from a household egg producer/occasional meal to a grotesque, antibiotic-laden frankenfood foisted on the U.S. population. To wit: In 1977, the government issued dietary guidelines telling people to eat less saturated fat, which led to a bump in demand. After WW2, a scientist from Lederle Laboratories had the bright idea to sell an excess supply of antibiotics to the meat industry to make chickens grow faster. They even dipped the meat in antibiotics before packaging it for sale. This gave rise to strains of antibiotic-resistant superbugs. Whoops! Thankfully, there are now some regulations around antibiotic use in animal agriculture and a growing movement against things of that nature, but factory farmed meat is still problematic in all sorts of ways and will probably kill you. Why, it's almost like treating food and medicine as commodities for exchange, rather than goods produced to fulfill basic human needs, can lead to widespread problems! On the fun half: Callers discuss Our Revolution/DSA/Berniecrat wins around the country, Republicans send out hilarious robocalls impersonating Jewish journalists seeking dirt on Roy Moore, Sean Hannity bends over backwards to save face w/r/t that perv, ABC chases Rep. Mo Brooks down infinite stairs, Tammy in Texas explains how to run for state office, Mariana from Twin Cities provides additional background on the meat industry, Roy Moore's attorney says some racist shit to MSNBC's Ali Velshi, Alex Jones rails against PC culture, and Jamie and Mindy discuss what's wrong with the ruling class. (Check out Jamie's op-ed on the trouble with framing the 1% in an individualistic, moralizing way here.) https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/sep/22/1-percent-uncomfortable-wealth-rachel-sherman Don’t miss this deal from today’s sponsor! Quip toothpaste! right now, go to http://getquip.com/majority to get your first refill pack FREE with a quip electric toothbrush. Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @_michaelbrooks @MattLech @jamie_elizabeth @bf1nn
Antibiotic Use Facts in the Chicken Industry
Facts about antibiotic use in the U.S. chicken industry
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Managing coccidiosis successfully in poultry raised with antibiotics
Producers raising flocks without antibiotics are finding new ways to manage gut health and coccidiosis with vaccination and anticoccidials, Greg Mathis, PhD, coccidiosis specialist, Southern Poultry Research, told Poultry Health Today.
Are Food Labels a Scam?
Many Americans these days are demanding meat, eggs and dairy from animals that have been raised humanely and without the misuse of antibiotics, hormones and steroids. Food producers have responded to this demand by selling products with various labels such as “organic”, “free range”, and “humanely treated”. But can we actually trust any of these labels, or is it all just a marketing scam? Big thanks to our amazing Patreon supporters: Carla Hyde, Taylor Becker, Kathy Phillip, Margaret Hutz, Zerek Dodson, Brayden Butler, Sam, Colin Young, Joseph Hegeman, Andrew Arrabaca, Dan Goodes, Jeff Brice, Matt Altieri, Cristina Quiroz, Torstein Herland, Colleen Stephens, Jeremy Nauta, Chris Hicks, Lars Herrmann ►Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thegoodstuff ►Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/goodstuffshow ►Follow us on instagram: goodstuffshow ►Like us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thegoodstuffshow ►Sign up for our mailing list: http://eepurl.com/bnSOcH Handy ASPCA food label cheat sheet: http://www.aspca.org/take-action/help-farm-animals/meat-eggs-dairy-label-guide A bit more thorough food label cheat sheet: http://animalwelfareapproved.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Food-Labelling-for-Dummies-screen-v8-10-26-12.pdf Animal Welfare Approved http://animalwelfareapproved.org/ Certified Humane http://certifiedhumane.org/ Global Animal Partnership http://www.globalanimalpartnership.org/ National Organic Program https://www.ams.usda.gov/about-ams/programs-offices/national-organic-program _________________________________________________________________ Music by: Jason Shaw http://audionautix.com/ Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/ Driftless Pony Club http://www.driftlessponyclub.com/ Todd Umhoefer (Old Earth) http://oldearthcontact.bandcamp.com/
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KFC, Get Your Chickens Off Drugs: Chicks Have Opinions
Shockingly, 70 percent of all medically-important antibiotics in the U.S. are used on poultry and livestock, not people. Tell KFC to slash antibiotic use in their chicken supply chain to save our antibiotics and help save lives. http://www.NRDC.org/TellKFC
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Cure mites & ticks on your chickens naturally.
The signs of mites and lice on your chickens are: Bald spots Red Skin under bald spots If the comb is pale and tipped over, the comb is like the status indicator on the cell phone. If you pick the bird up and look at it it’s hard to tell, so look under the wings because they like to hide there. If you can see the mies and lice at all, you’ll be able to see them under the wings. If your chickens have bald spots just treat them for mites and lice. Here’s another kind of mite your chicken might have, it’s called scaly leg mites, it gets under the scales on the chicken’s legs and the poo from he mites pushes the scales out. Dip their legs in epsom salt water and then wash with dawn dish soap to cure scaly leg mites. Then coat their legs with vaseline so it suffocates the mites. And then after a few treatments it should be better. How to cure mites and lice on your chickens: Catch your baby, and just try to see the mites under their wing, if you can’t see anything that doesn’t mean they don’t have lice or mites. What I use to treat is DE, you should have it on hand to use as a de-wormer for your whole homestead. Then we’re going to dust the whole chicken with a little bit of DE. Work it through the feathers gently so it gets to the skin and make sure you get it under the wings. You can repeat the treatment once a week for 3 weeks in a row, that should do it. Prevention is your best bet. What I do is go in the coop with a container of DE and spread it on the ground pretty heavy, then when the chickens have a dust bath they’re basically treating themselves beckyshomestead.com/favorites
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Eggs 101: What do you feed your chickens? | Egg Farmers of Canada
For More Answers To Your Egg Questions, Visit: ► http://www.eggs.ca/FAQ Egg Farmers of Canada feed their chickens a balanced diet consisting of mostly corn and soybeans. Hormones and antibiotics are not used in chicken feed to produce the highest quality eggs.
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Chickens: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
John Oliver explains how chicken farming can be unfair, punishing, and inhumane. And not just for the chickens! Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.com/user/LastWeekTonight Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: http://Facebook.com/LastWeekTonight Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: http://Twitter.com/LastWeekTonight Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once: http://www.hbo.com/lastweektonight Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.com/user/LastWeekTonight Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: http://Facebook.com/LastWeekTonight Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: http://Twitter.com/LastWeekTonight Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once: http://www.hbo.com/lastweektonight
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How feed quality impacts production of antibiotic-free chicken
Dr. Bruce Stewart-Brown of Perdue discusses the impact of feed quality on the production of antibiotic-free chicken at a panel discussion at IPPE 2015 hosted by WATT Global Media and DuPont. . Check out: www.wattagnet.com Follow on Twitter: www.twitter.com/wattpoultry
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Holistic Remedies for Chickens
Here are some tips for helping your chickens stay healthy using natural remedies — ways to fight parasites and mites, as well as ways to boost a chicken's immune system. These are great ideas, which may have added benefits, but always consult with a veterinarian and get your flock any medications they need if they do become ill.
KFC promises not to serve chickens raised with antibiotics for humans
KFC promises not to serve chickens raised with antibiotics for humans Please subscribe to this channel The Lazy Boys Journey https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAGzmyWFC7pHwmghNtjnuTg https://www.youtube.com/user/ShadowCh10/featured
MEAT ANIMAL Antibiotics DRUGS Chicken Steriods Growth Hormones Factory Farm Free Range Organic Fed
***READ*** Got PED's? Got Cancer or Heart Disease? Got Bird Flu? Many birds have broken bones from the excess weight. Cooked flesh, baby cows milk and eggs (female birds "periods") are is NOT NATURAL nor are cruel FACTORY-FARMS which are the NORMS for over 98% of birds and pigs. Tiny cages or overcrowded warehouses and unnatural diets also make them grow twice the size in half the time! MeetYourMeat.com, MeatVideo.com, VeganBODYBUILDING.com, VegGuide.org (eat out), VegCooking.com, VeganHealth.org (Dietitians), PCRM.org (Dr's), FamousVeggie.com, FURisdead.com (fur trim coat hoods, uggs and all skins Cavemen), MercyforAnimals.org, TheHumaneLeague.org, VeganOutreach.org
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Reports of antibiotics in poultry in Kerala
A study released last week shows that large-scale unregulated use of antibiotics in chicken sold in the state.
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Raising Hogs and Free Range Chickens on Minnesota Family Farm
Raising Hogs and Free Range Chickens on Minnesota Family Farm. No antibiotics, no hormones. Chickens have access to be outside all day long.
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Are we actually eating antibiotics in chicken?
No matter what you hear, remember: when you eat chicken, you’re not eating the antibiotics that it may have been given
Killer Chickens | Chicken Farm Using Dangerous Antibiotics | Special Story | HMTV
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Inside a chicken #2: food safety and antibiotic resistance HD
See part #1 and the full video feature here: http://bit.ly/17eCG5k What lives inside a chicken? It might sound like a strange question to ask, but as the world's most abundant food animal and an incubator of many bacteria - both helpful and harmful - the chicken's gut is a microbial world worth exploring using the latest DNA sequencing technology. "We know more about the dark side of the moon than we do about what lives inside a chicken," says Professor Mark Pallen at the University of Warwick. "What we do know is that the chicken gut is home to a very rich microbial community. When high-throughput DNA sequencing arrived it became clear that the time was right to attempt a deep survey of this microbiome." In part #2, Professor Pallen describes how charting the chicken microbiota is important for food security and food safety because we eat the chicken, as well as its eggs, and the animal can be home to pathogenic Salmonella and Campylobacter. Moreover, the chicken gut might be a source of antibiotic resistance, or even new enzymes for industrial biotechnology. Chicken thumbnail from Kymberley Janisch on Flickr. Please share and embed this video with credit to BBSRC. See BBSRC News for the latest news, features and events: http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/news Follow BBSRC on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bbsrc
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Foster Farms Antibiotics Use; HPAI Affect on Egg Prices; Fresh Grinding Materials Alternative
Foster Farms will curb antibiotics use in its chicken; How the HPAI outbreak is affecting the egg market; Alternative to fresh grinding materials; Sponsored by The Meat Buyer's Guide Online For a FREE COMTELL TRIAL: http://www.urnerbarry.com/comtelltrialform.html Connect with Urner Barry: Facebook:https://facebook.com/urnerbarrymarkets Twitter: http://twitter.com/UrnerBarry YouTube: http://youtube.com/UrnerBarryTV LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/332275 Google+: http://goo.gl/6ZCGWb Our Website: http://www.urnerbarry.com
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Antibiotics Question 5 - What can consumers do to avoid issues...
What can consumers do to avoid issues with antibiotic resistance in chicken?
Apple Cider Vinegar in chicken water
Vinegar for the hens: Few internet sources say no real proven benefit and others say teaspoon to 2 table spoons per gallon. FYI: Don't use in metal waters/containers. Please read more info before partaking in vinegar practice: http://www.vinegarguys.com/home/benefits-of-acv/acv-for-poultry Suggested Dosage Rates Source: "Apple Cider Vinegar Stories" - Will Winter, D.V.M. •Mix 1 oz (2 Tbs) of ACV per gallon of water or free-choice at 50:50 with water in a plastic waterer or pan. ACV will corrode metal waterers. Benefits •It is unpasteurized, therefore retaining the ‘mother of vinegar,’ the source of its vitamins and minerals. •It is high in acetic and malic natural acids. •It is a rich source of potassium and is quickly assimilated. Potassium is necessary to build strength and fight bacteria by flushing out toxins. •It has powerful healing, cleansing, natural antibiotic and antiseptic qualities. •It provides both internal and external prevention and management of itch, bot flies, fleas, ticks, skin conditions, arthritis, mastitis, cystitis and other ailments. •It is an excellent cleaning product. How Does Apple Cider Vinegar Benefit Poultry? “The value of vinegar has long been exploited by professional poultry farmers. Acidifying water alters the gut’s bacteria, slowing the growth of nasty bacteria, and giving a boost to good bacteria. Acid also helps control coccidiosis and Clostridium bacteria, which can cause a fatal disease called necrotic enteritis. Vinegar (acetic acid) is a cheap, accessible source of acid that anyone can find. It is, however, not a great acidifier...other organic acids such a butyric or proprionic acids actually work better...(the reason revolves around the pKa of the acid....high-school chemistry, anyone?) I have never found any study that showed any value to apple cider vinegar specifically, and several studies (the Journal of Applied Poultry Science in 2011, and Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Science), showed that broiler (meat) chickens grew slower when fed 0.5% apple cider vinegar or formic acid vs. pure water. Acidified water also affects laying hens by making the calcium in her feed a little less digestible (again, based on chemistry....calcium is a positive ion, and dissociates better in a more alkaline environment.....seriously, who ever knew that this stuff might matter?). Professional farmers regularly add baking soda to their feed when heat stress is expected....this maintains egg shell quality when hens' feed consumption drops due to the heat. Using vinegar in the water also helps keep bacteria from growing in your water system. It also smells good, and there is some evidence that birds will drink a little more, possibly because of taste. At the end of the day, vinegar (apple cider or not) is an organic antibiotic that has a place in helping to control bacteria levels in your flock and altering bacterial populations in the gut. Just remember that it has some minor negative consequences for the hens, as it makes some nutrients less available to the birds.” Apple Cider Vinegar For Poultry (Source: Dr. Mike Petrik, DVM, MSc, 'The Chicken Vet')
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