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Organically raised swine had high fecal populations of chlortetracycline (CTC)-resistant (growing at 64 μg CTC/ml) Escherichia coli, Megasphaera elsdenii, and anaerobic bacteria. By comparison, CTC-resistant bacteria in feral swine feces were over 1,000-fold fewer and exhibited lower taxonomic diversity.

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Thad B Stanton, Samuel B Humphrey, William C Stoffregen. Chlortetracycline-resistant intestinal bacteria in organically raised and feral Swine. Applied and environmental microbiology. 2011 Oct;77(20):7167-70

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PMID: 21821750

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