How does the quality of meat differ between animals that are fed beta-agonists and animals that are not?

Farmers and ranchers always strive to maintain or improve quality because, if they don’t, consumers will not buy their product. The use of beta-agonists (beta agonists), helps animals make the most of what they eat, creating a leaner mean that is also flavorful and juicy.

USFRA Point of View

USFRA's View on Hormones Hormones occur naturally in living animals and even in some produce. Many consumers have questions about supplemental hormone use in raising farm animals. Farmers and ranchers are committed to sharing information and answering questions about hormone use so consumers can... Read more