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Antibiotic-resistant bacteria persist in chicken manure

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Antibiotic-resistant bacteria persist in chicken manure

A
study from Johns Hopkins University has found that large piles of aging chicken manure to be used as fertilizer on farm
crops can house bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.

Aug. 18, 2009 – A
study from Johns Hopkins University has found that large piles of aging chicken manure to be used as fertilizer on farm
crops can house bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics. | READ MORE


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