The CDC report point a finger at the cattle and livestock industry as a culprit harboring these nightmare bacteria. Livestock industry may be consuming as much as 80 % of the antibiotics that are sold in the US, half of which may be unnecessary (Consumerist.com). CDC recommends phasing out the use of antibiotics for promoting tissue growth in live stock. Food industry's use of antibiotics today is not just for the purpose of treating sick animals but to make animals larger and to harvest more meat from them.
Bos Indicus). Even the website of NuFlor, a manufacturer of antibiotics, carries the fact about disease resistance nature of the Indian Cow. Native cows have evolved for the Indian weather conditions-- walk long distances, conserve their body water better and are resistant to ticks.