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My study and experience with Blue Gold™ Grand Champion PME®
use in animals:
“Times are certainly changing for veterinary medicine compared to 1981 when I graduated from veterinary school. I work with companion animals now, but I did spend 4 years in a large animal practice dealing with mainly beef cattle. Many antibiotics were used at that time. Since then, and rightfully so, the regulatory agencies are trying to continue the outstanding production of food animal producers while simultaneously improving the health of the animals and the human population at large. There has been a lot of concern of drug resistant bacteria due to the widespread use of antibiotics in animals. Because of the slim profit margins, it has been difficult for growers to lose this option. The “Holy Grail” of food animal production is a product that can work even better than antibiotics, yet offer complete safety to the animals and the human population.
I feel the Blue Gold™ Grand Champion PME® meets this criteria. It is a mineral/herbal supplement added in very small amounts to the water. It is very cost effective and easy to administer. I reviewed the Southern Poultry antibiotic test information and the independently determined study showed this supplement out performed antibiotics—a true win-win outcome.
I have clients that are using the Blue Gold™ Grand Champion PME® in their backyard chicken operations and others using it on every animal they own due to the results they have seen.
Again, I can not emphasize enough how excited I am about this product. As a veterinarian, I am pledged to help provide wholesome food production, while simultaneously protecting the health of the animals and the general public, the epitome of the “One Health Initiative”. A note on the use of the Blue Gold™ Grand Champion PME® in chickens. The flock is much more calm, they are not restless at all, thus improving their comfort and health.”
Terry “R” Wood, DVM
Mustang Veterinary Hospital, P.C.