LDN for Farm Animals?

Effects of low-dose naltrexone on feed intake, growth, endocrine and immune parameters in the recently-weaned pig

"This study has demonstrated that pre-weaning treatment with low-dose naltrexone can result in increased weight gain and modulation of the commonly-observed immune and stress responses to weaning. The possibility that a low-dose pre-weaning naltrexone regimen could cause increased post-weaning feed efficiency through modulating behaviors should be examined further. The use of low-dose naltrexone in commercial swine production may represent a means to manifest the positive changes associated with opioid treatments without the negative aspects of narcotic regulation and potential for human abuse." - Ashley Christine Carter

Could you imagine a world where dogs are living a couple years longer. Cats have 12 lives instead of 9. Horses are stronger and they can run faster and pull more weight. This world is just around the corner. Ashley Christine Carter did a study on the effects of Low Dose Naltrexone on Weaning Piglets. Once a piglet stops breastfeeding they have a hard time eating and do not gain weight properly. The Study done by Ashley shows that piglets on LDN weigh more than piglets the controlled. The piglets on LDN are healthier and do no waste as much energy fighting allowing them more energy to grow. Low Dose Naltrexone has many benefits and these benefits apply to animals as well. Ask your vet how LDN can help your pet. Or ask how LDN can increase the health of your cows, chickens, pigs, goats, horses, and etc... LDN is changing the world!  Are you going to be apart of it?

“All the animals in this study receiving naltrexone treatments gained more weight over seven days post-weaning than animals in the control group.” - Ashley
 

http://trace.tennessee.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4874&context=utk_gradthes