Massive culling of farm animals due to disease outbreak is becoming more commonplace these days. Why? What is different today about animal husbandry and what are the issues that should concern us?

Animals used for food are fed recycled animal protein feeds, manure, and petrochemical waste. In addition, a host of drugs are used in the industry. The consequences of these practices for human consumers are potentially devastating.

In this episode, Professor Walter J. Veith shares results from his research in commercial animal husbandry and lessons we can apply to our own lives for better health.
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