COLUMBIA — Many farm organizations, including the National Pork Producers Council, think that new legislation regulating the use of antibiotics is detrimental to their industry. As a major pork-producing state, Missouri is ranked seventh in the country in terms of total number of pigs breeding and in the market.
Today's Question: Should we have antibiotics in our food?
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