• Many independent ranchers and farmers don’t use artificial hormones on their animals. By purchasing your milk and meat from local, sustainable farms, you are supporting a system that ensures the health and welfare of the farm animals, and protects you and your family from hormone-related health risks.
• Choose hormone-free beef and rBGH-free dairy products at the supermarket. Foods that carry the “USDA-certified organic” G label cannot come from animals given any artificial hormones. When purchasing sustainably raised foods without the "organic" label, be sure to check with the farmer to ensure no hormones were administered.
Finally, the sole veterinary Trenbolone product worth mentioning is known as Trenol 50, manufactured by WDV Pharmaceuticals in various Asian countries. Trenbolone is dosed at 50mg/ml in 6ml multi-dose vials. Unfortunately, individuals looking to buy Trenbolone in this form will be hard pressed to locate it in North America. This makes Trenol 50 very rare in the North American region, and is not well known. Unfortunately, very few anabolic steroid retailers and sources find that it is either impossible to stock this product, or that it is not even worth the time or effort to do so.
The economics of breeding and raising Belgian Blue cattle are inconclusive because of complications experienced during parturition and metabolic demand for increased concentrated feeds. The breed's increased need to have Caesarean sections when calving means increased cost and added work, and can become a welfare issue. [ citation needed ] However, the carcass value of double-muscled animals may be enhanced due to increased dressing yield, lean carcass content, and upgrading of some cuts leading to a higher proportion of higher valued cuts.  The slower rate of fat deposition causes slaughtering to be delayed in most cases, which means an increase in maintenance costs in those animals. Belgian Blue cattle require more skilled management and do not thrive in harsh environments.  For these reasons and others, the breed's overall production efficiency in an economic sense is still unclear.