joint project of the Pew Charitable Trusts and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, underscores those risks. The
111-page report, two years in the making, outlines the public health, environmental, animal welfare and rural livelihood consequences of what they call “industrial farm animal production.” Its conclusions couldn’t be
clearer. Factory farm production is intensifying worldwide, and rates of new
infectious diseases are rising. Of particular concern is the rapid rise of
antibiotic-resistant microbes, an inevitable consequence of the widespread
use of antibiotics as feed additives in industrial livestock operations.
Largely us humans are to blame. We've created an imbalance in nature and the way things work and the only way to counter this is by returning back to the basics,our natural roots.