OldManDownDRoad: Of course, in Alabama the Tuscaloosa, but that is entirely ir-elephant to what I was talking about.
Pick: I would suspect this article is full of cattle manure. I live in the middle of cattle country here in central Florida, and the vast, vast majority of beef cattle here are all grass fed. Also, to give a drug to cattle to gain a mere 30 pounds would not really be cost effective unless the drug cost a dollar or two.Cattlemen do not just give cattle drugs willy nilly. There has to be a problem, or something going around in the herd. They are just too expensive and labor intensive to just give, "off the cuff".
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