"The USDA has had its hands full in recent years dealing with outbreaks of new diseases that threaten the health of food animals and, by extension, the bottom lines of farmers and food producers. Recent examples of such emerging threats include porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv), which has taken the lives of at least 8 million pigs since 2013, and the highly pathogenic H5N2 avian flu that led to the loss of 48 million birds last year.
So it’s no wonder the USDA is fine-tuning its response to emerging animal diseases--and seeking the public’s input on its plan for doing so. The agency has released an 18-page document outlining four core activities that it believes should be undertaken in response to outbreaks of animal diseases. It is asking for comments to be submitted by November 1, after which time it will propose a new rule, according to a statement." - Arlene Weintraub.
A lot of animals do not get the proper treatments. Especially animals in bulk like pigs and chickens or cattle. When an outbreak occurs it is extremeley costly to all of the animals, the farmers, the consumers, and well just the overall economy. Luckily for us we know a solution that can help save millions of animals lives. Low Dose Naltrexone has been effective in helping animals for years now. A recent pet of 13 years was defecient in a lot of his Health Check Plus w/ TSH. After taking LDN for a couple months every single item on the list was with in the reference range and the pet is as healthy as ever. LDN can work for pigs, cows, chickens, dogs, cats, and more. Don't let these diseases effect any more animals. These animals directly effect our life styles as well. We have a lot to lose and a lot to gain. We should be giving all these animals LDN for their well being and ours.