Here's a little history on this drug: Recycling the drug:
Zilmax was once called Zilpaterol and was used to treat asthma in humans. The drug was an absolute failure but was found to be a repartitioning agent – a drug that changes metabolism so more muscles are produced instead of fat. The World Anti-Doping Agency banned the drug for human consumption, so Merck re-branded the drug Zilmax and started selling it to feedlots as a growth stimulant.
Supporters are now helping to
The giant meat producer Tyson recently announced it would no longer be purchasing any cattle that had been given the drug Zilmax. The drug is often given to steers to unnaturally fatten them up in order produce more meat and bring in a higher price. However, cattle that have been given this drug have shown signs of aggression the inability to walk or move. In fact, Tyson's primary reason for…
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