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The award-winning lamb and is currently under review and may be removed from the title after the vets at the Logan County Fair in Ohio, and found illicit drugs in her system.
Performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), above, from sport to animals, such as the grand-champion lamb had to give the performance-enhancing diuretic, which is banned from the competition because it allows the animal’s muscles will feel and look slimmer.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture has been at the forefront of the investigation of lamb of PED use, even though it does not seem to be as rampant as steroid use in baseball in the 1990’s. It is not clear as to what is going to happen with the property owner after the project is completed.
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“We don’t know what is going on in it, and we’ll probably never know. However, it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to present an animal to the fair for the competition, not all of them,” Dr. Tony Forshey, state veterinarian at the Ohio Department of Agriculture, told NBC 4 in Columbus.
The grand champion lamb was said to be demonstrated by young 4-H member, July 7-13, if it is tested positive for illegal drugs. 4-H is a network of youth organizations, to engage in the development of young people, and is administered by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
A problem with the drug, while they have to give the lamb an unfair advantage, as they can contaminate the meat. Forshey adds that you don’t want people to eat animals that are carriers of the adulterated product. This sentiment was also shared by the Business Marihugh, an 11-year-old, who has talked about the importance of knowing the proper way to care for your pet.
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“It’s really important, because you have to know how to take care of your pet, you will know that if they get sick, no matter what you do, you can be aware of the other people that don’t know, and it’s just a really great learning experience,” he said Marihugh.
Gunny is a 13-year-old brother, He is a wise advice on the PED abuse in the livestock competitions.
“You don’t want to be a beast with a ton of drugs in it, because it may not be safe to eat, and everything,” said Hawkins. “So that’s the reason why I think it’s very important to have good quality stuff.”
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The lamb is currently being held until all the drug is removed from the system. After that, it will be sent to the slaughter, and brought it to the market.