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Antibiotics and Animal Feed #539897

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 25, 1985
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) Possibility that FDA (Food and Drug Administration) will propose ban on adding antibiotics to animal feed due to health risks posed for humans examined; estimate number deaths annually from food poisoning and belief that illness is linked with antibioticlaced animal feed explained. [Cactus Feeders Incorporated president Paul INGLER - explains company `s vol. suspension of antibiotic additions.] [Feeder Kenny MOTFORD - explains his suspension of practice several years ago.] [Feeder Leon MILLER - opposes not using antibiotics due to econs.] [Agrobio Corporation spokesperson Burt HUTCHISON - defs. use of antibiotics.]
REPORTER: Robert Hager

Brokaw, Tom;
Hager, Robert

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