With the myriad of Type B and C drug clearances available to use in medicated animal feed, it can be a bit of a challenge to
keep track of which drug can be used for which purpose at what level for any number of species of animals.
Once you get past the first hurdle of defining the correct drug clearance, the second hurdle involves conveying the proper clearances,
warnings, cautions, and use directions on the label of a medicated feed. There is no shortage of information that needs to go on a label.
As a member of the veterinary profession and feed industry for over 25 years, I experienced those hurdles first hand.
These experiences ultimately led to the development of FeedMillTag.com, which was designed with the intention of providing
a step-by-step process for creating medicated (and non-medicated) feed tags for the feed industry. In today's world of increasing regulation due
to the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) rule and the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), making sure a feed is properly labelled is
never more important in today's world of providing safe feed and safe food.
Rich Larson DVM, Ph.D