The revised rule now requires producers to administer antibiotics with a marketing status through animal feed under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian to ensure the drugs are only being used when necessary to treat an infection in an animal.
The FDA final rule requires veterinary oversight in a way that allows for the flexibility needed to accommodate the diversity of circumstances that veterinarians encounter while ensuring such oversight is conducted in accordance with nationally consistent principles. This course is to give you better understanding what changes apply to you either as veterinarians, animal food producers or distributors.
The VFD won't change the farming world a great deal; however it will require some additional planning and subsequent record-keeping. The FDA established that use of medically important drug should limited :
What are the changes?
Why these changes?
Why should you Attend?
This 1 hour virtual seminar will explain how to comply with the VFD Final rule and understand better following topics:
This webinar will help you navigate these changes in order to avoid confusion what has changes starting Jan1, 2017.
Who will Benefit?
This webcast will be of a valuable assistance to the below audience.
Veterinary Feed Directive Rule, VFD, Licensed Veterinarian, Veterinary Oversight, Animal Producers, Animal Growth, Animal Health, VFD Drugs
Bernadette Alisantosa obtained her MPVM degree from University of CA, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She is ACLAM Diplomate since 2009. Currently she is working as the Attending Veterinarian for George Mason Univeristy in Fairfax, VA. Her interests are focused on food producing animals and their health related to human health and zoo noses impact in public health.
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