How to Multiply the Most Dangerous Diseases Very Quickly

By Dr. Mercola It was not long ago — within the last 50 years — that small family farms were responsible for raising most of the food that Americans ate. In the early 1970s, when the first large-scale concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) appeared — first for egg-laying hens — it was with the notion that this “modern” way of rearing livestock was more efficient and profitable.1 By 1980, chickens, pigs, beef and dairy cows raised on CAFOs were commonplace, and today most meat sold in the U.S. comes from these massive, industrialized operations. The cheap meat they produce is not without consequence, however. When you buck the laws of nature and attempt to industrialize farming instead of raising animals the right way — with good food and access to the outdoors that allows animals to live naturally — it’s a recipe for disease.One of the World’s Deadliest Viruses Came From Pig Farms Nipah virus was named for the town where the first reported outbreak was identified:


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