Antibiotic traces in cows at Mich. dairy likely would not harm consumers

09/3/2010 | Grand Rapids Press (Mich.), The

The Justice Department is requesting a permanent injunction case against a dairy farm in Hamilton, Mich., for allegedly selling cows that had traces of antibiotics used to treat sick cattle. A veterinarian with Michigan State University, however, said that the antibiotics were unlikely to harm consumers who would eat beef from the animals.

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