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No drugs here: While serious concerns are being raised about the health risk to humans who eat the meat of animals laced with antibiotics to stimulate growth; farmer Gerhard Schickedanz says he wouldn't dream of feeding so called wonder drugs to his prize-winning cattle at his Galten Farms in Unionville. After farming for 20 years; he has opted for 'natural methods.' Open in full size

No drugs here: While serious concerns are being raised about the health risk to humans who eat the meat of animals laced with antibiotics to stimulate growth; farmer Gerhard Schickedanz says he wouldn't dream of feeding so called wonder drugs to his prize-winning cattle at his Galten Farms in Unionville. After farming for 20 years; he has opted for 'natural methods.'

Picture, 1984, English

No drugs here: While serious concerns are being raised about the health risk to humans who eat the meat of animals laced with antibiotics to stimulate growth; farmer Gerhard Schickedanz says he wouldn't dream of feeding so called wonder drugs to his prize-winning cattle at his Galten Farms in Unionville. After farming for 20 years; he has opted for 'natural methods.'

Picture, 1984, English

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Toronto Star License

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From the Toronto Star Archives

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Farms and Farmers - Personnel - Q - Z

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Toronto Reference Library

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Baldwin Collection

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Toronto Reference Library

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Toronto Star Photo Archive

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tspa_0023196f