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I do not believe that humans will change the farming of animals because it is the way they make a living. After watching the YouTube video Meet your Meat, I felt that the farming was very inhumane and the animals should be treated better (2010). I see in my everyday life cows, chickens and pigs on farm land and had no idea the treatment of some of the animals raise in confine spaces. It has changed my mind about purchasing meat in supermarkets. I will now seek out animals that are raise where I live; cows that are raised in pastures, pigs and chickens that are raise for livestock shows and not given steroids. It concerns me to feed my children meat that has steroids and other unnatural medicines that cannot be good for you. “Given the complexity of assessing antimicrobial resistance, the development of more appropriate risk assessment methodologies is crucially required to better understand the human health impact of
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Unformatted text preview: antimicrobial use in animals” Jeong, Kang, Lim, Kang, & Sung, 2010, (para. 50). It seems that more test for the effects on humans needs to be completed. I do not believe that humans will change their ethical thinking and use other means of experimenting other than animals. Products have to be tested before they are sold to humans and animals are the closes to humans to see if they are safe to sale. I can see animals being used for other things other than what they are used for today. References Alfie A. (2010, November 22). Meet your meat Retrieved from Jeong, S.H., Kang, D., Lim, M., Kang, C. S., and Sung, H. J., (2010). Risk Assessment of Growth Hormones and Antimicrobial Residues in Meat , The Korean Society of Toxicology, 26(4): 301– 313. doi: 10.5487/TR.2010.26.4.301 Retrieved from, ...
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