Seeing the positive results, the community enterprise opted to ditch antibiotics altogether and feed the chickens cannabis. The enterprise is currently licensed to grow medical cannabis. A chicken farm in northern Thailand’s Lampang community reports it now has higher-quality meat and eggs, and it’s all thanks to cannabis. This follows Thailand’s move in 2018 to become the first country in Southeast Asia to legalize medical cannabis. Per Reuters, legalizing weed for consumption in food and drinks is expected to provide a boost to both Thailand’s agriculture and tourism sectors.
A chicken farm in northern Thailand’s Lampang community reports it now has higher-quality meat and eggs, and it’s all thanks to cannabis.
According to The Nation Thailand, the farmers decided to go full-bore organic by ditching antibiotics and using weed, instead.
The farmers didn’t make the switch on the sly, of course.Moo ... re info needed about whether hemp-eating cows can transfer cannabinoids like THC to milk
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