Tell the FDA: Stop the dangerous overuse of antibiotics in animal agriculture

Nearly 3 million Americans get sick each year from antibiotic-resistant infections. According to one estimate, 162,000 people die.

Experts warn that these kinds of infections will become more prevalent without swift action, and one of the main causes is the overuse of our medically important antibiotics on factory farms.

Yet, in some cases, the Food and Drug Administration allows meat producers to dose herds of animals with our life-saving medicines for weeks or even months at a time.