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The people who decided we shouldn't have access to anything that could possible harm us..


because we cant make decisions on our own.   I could understand  big business selling to the public. I dont know... Guess I dont know enough about it.

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post #13842 of 42905
Well it's to prevent superbugs and bugs getting antibiotic resistant. Too many people medicate without knowing if it is something that can be helped with an antibiotic or not...and too many people improperly use the medication as well. (Not enough, duration, etc)

I can see why it's being done.

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I don't think that is the reason. That would make make to much sense.
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Apologies in advance to all who receive their holiday cards (just finished them) for the penmanship -- they were written with a cat on my head :/  Ranger (that's the name dog park kitty ended up with) is obsessed with climbing on, sitting on, laying on, etc my head........

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You're going to do this, aren't you?  Totally cool!   :weee

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I don't think that is the reason. That would make make too much sense.


Yes you are correct it is to keep the bacteria from becoming resistant, but it's not from small hobbitst use, it is the commercial feed lots.
This is to restrict the commercial practice of keeping animals on them continuously. So this means the small holder would need a prescription as well when antibiotics are needed.
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We need a picture!  

 

 

 

You're going to do this, aren't you?  Totally cool!   :weee


you can drill a hole and put a light inside too.. :D  one time way back when I was going to use bowling balls for yard deco.  Never got around to it .

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Yes you are correct it is to keep the bacteria from becoming resistant, but it's not from small hobbitst use, it is the commercial feed lots.
This is to restrict the commercial practice of keeping animals on them continuously. So this means the small holder would need a prescription as well when antibiotics are needed.


You have been researching !  The thing I see is big company's can afford this vet fee. We for the most part cant. Putting us out of business and them raising prices yet again.  As far as becoming resistant I dont buy into that either. Like I said though. I dont know enough to say. OK, I have 5 sick chickens and I treat them . they get better so how are they resistant ?   When you have 5 sick chickens (and I am guilty) I treat the whole flock. I dont single them out so healthy chickens are getting antibiotics they dont need . maybe..  It supposedly builds up in their system making future doses ineffective right ?  But tell me, What does that have to do with future generations ? How are they antibiotic resistant ?  

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Its the bacteria that become resistant to the antibiotics.
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Its the bacteria that become resistant to the antibiotics.


So it morphs ?

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Twist, did u read the link on resistant starch?


Yes ma'am  very interesting.    Thank you   Even saved it to my favorites   to study when I have more time/brain cells 

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