Farm and Food Radio: Beta Agonists and Cattle…

Ray Bowman hosted me on the Food and Farm Radio Show last Friday and Saturday.  Ray’s topic was Beta Agonist Use in Cattle.  I blogged about the use of Beta Agonist feed additives for cattle in May of 2012, but the topic has recently picked up some media interest.

A steer that is currently receiving a beta agonist...

A steer that is currently receiving a beta agonist in his feed…

I was glad to visit with Ray, and am including a link to the radio show for those of you that are interested in listening to it.  Dr. Guy Loneragan of Texas Tech University was also interviewed for the show.  Dr. Guy is a brilliant scientist and I have had the privilege of working with him several times in the past on beef education efforts.

To listen to the radio show click here…

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You can also read my posts What is a beta agonist? and The Great Puzzle: What Role Does a Beta Agonist Play On My Farm? for some background information if you missed them a year and a half ago.  Or, there are more videos of me and information on the products at factsaboutbeef.com.  If you have any specific questions, please feel free to leave them in the comment section or drop me an email through the “Ask Me” button that appears on the home page.

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4 responses to “Farm and Food Radio: Beta Agonists and Cattle…

  1. Very interesting. I checked out the links and will listen to the radio show later today when I get off work. Thanks for another informative post 🙂

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