Ag pollution in rural wells runs deep
By Carissa Wolf
Recent state and independent tests of ground water wells in Tompkins' neighborhood detected traces of hormones and antibiotics typically used in the treatment and production of cattle. And scientists putting two and two together are looking at the cattle feedlot that sits, in some cases, just several hundred feet from wells testing positive for detectable amounts of hormones and antibiotics.
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