Does Pastured Poultry Mean More Pathogens?

Does Pastured Poultry Mean More Pathogens?

Modern Farmer dives into the controversy of whether pastured poultry could foster more food-borne pathogens than factory farmed poultry. Two reports show that pastured poultry has just as much harmful bacteria as conventionally farmed poultry, but what does this really say about pastured poultry?

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