Pigs take a mud bath at the De Jofrahoeve pig farm in Esch, Netherlands. Dutch farmers treat their animals with almost three times the antibiotics that their Danish neighbors use.
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Jennie Grant greets her goat Eloise in Seattle. No stranger to urban farming, Grant already had chickens, bees, and a large vegetable garden before she added goats to her lineup.
A truckload of live turkeys arrives at the Cargill plant in Springdale, Ark., on Aug. 4. Most turkeys in the U.S. are given low doses of antibiotics, which breed resistant strains of bacteria, including Salmonella.