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October 25th, 2006

Wonder powder featured in mag

It features a wonder powder which has been proven to be highly effective in increasing the immune systems of farm animals so that they grow faster and are less susceptible to diseases. The powder is neither a nutritional nor a medicinal product. It is a product of nanotechnology that energizes the cells of the animals so that they increase their immune systems and would then be able to utilize the nutrients in feeds that are given them or the medications administered to them.

The product, called Atovi, has been used by several big farms (piggery and poultry farms) as early as 10 years ago but it seems that the users have been keeping the secret to themselves the past several years.

(Ed.'s note: has anyone heard about this one? Let us know.)


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