Abuse of anabolic steroids, however, can result in significant harm to the body. In humans, abuse can lead to coronary heart disease , sexual and reproductive disorders, immunodeficiencies , liver damage, stunted growth, aggressive behaviour , susceptibility to connective tissue injury, and (in females) irreversible masculinization. Similar side effects can occur in livestock and other animals. In horses , for example, anabolic steroids can cause liver damage and weakening of the tendons and can result in decreased testis size and sperm production in stallions and altered reproductive cycling in mares. Anabolic steroids are readily detected in urine and blood .
Health records shall contain the date the lot was established (if using the unique lot method), the first date the animal(s) may be shipped for slaughter considering the requirement for at least a 180 day recorded history prior to slaughter, the unique identifier, as well as record entries that indicate the date the illness was noticed, the details of the illness, the number of animals affected and date the illness was resolved. Each record event entry shall be accompanied by the initials of the person making the entry and date/time of the entry.
Designed with cattle in mind, this hay net minimizes waste without slowing down intake. Bigger 3" holes allow for easy access to forage while preventing livestock from squandering valuable hay. This net is ideal for thick stemmed hay that may be harder to pull out of smaller holes. Fits 4'-6' round bales and square bales 3'x3'x9' and 4'x4'x8'. UV-resistant nylon mesh. (Use caution with horned animals, animals with ear tags, and shod animals. It is recommended to use a feeder with a solid barrier between the shoe and the net. Use caution with small hooves when using nets with holes larger than ".)