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The Facts on Antibiotics

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The use of antibiotics in the dairy industry is strictly regulated.

Milk and antibiotics don't mix

Antibiotics are only given to a cow when she is sick. When a cow receives antibiotics, she must be clearly identified and her milk properly discarded for a mandatory withdrawal period until the medication has cleared the cow’s system. A producer who violates these rules would be subjected to severe fines.

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