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(especially phenylbutazone) in cattle. In 1992, a survey of food animal veterinarians found that 93% (1,325/1,424) reported using NSAIDs, and almost 60% (751/1,322) reported using these drugs more than once a week. 2 In 1995, a survey limited to dairy

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veterinarians with summary information regarding ELDU in small ruminants. FDA-Approved Drugs for Sheep and Goats In the United States, there are fewer FDA-approved drugs for minor species (such as sheep and goats) than for the major species. Currently

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products. The program has dramatically evolved since its inception in terms of data resources, outreach, quantitative tools used to estimate WDIs, precision of estimates, and methods implemented to disseminate information. With veterinarian inquiries

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fluctuations, it is not unusual for FARAD to receive requests for WDI recommendations following ELDU in wildlife species. The purpose of this digest is to provide veterinarians with summary information regarding drug use in wildlife species with the ultimate

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formulations, rather than human drug formulations. A valid VCPR must exist prior to prescription of ELDU. This would assume that a veterinarian has examined the animal or group (herd or flock) of animals, has discussed the condition with the owner, and has

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flocks, and veterinarians whose clientele is usually limited to companion animals now find themselves treating these food animals and shouldering the responsibilities that come with that. Numerous challenges are associated with the treatment of backyard

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comparison, 37 million quail, 4 million chukars, 10 million pheasants, and 1 million mallard ducks are reportedly sold for food. 1 Veterinarians who treat game birds need access to therapeutic drugs and need to be able to provide appropriate WDIs to ensure

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treatment of diseased calves by the FDA is limited; however, veterinarians have the authority to administer drugs in an extralabel manner to that class of animals under provisions established by AMDUCA. 4 Nevertheless, drug labels that state, “a withdrawal

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Inadvertent or intentional administration of pesticides to food animals such as egg-laying hens (layers) and broilers often leads veterinarians to contact FARAD to inquire about withdrawal intervals. Unfortunately, US law permitting ELDU does not

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testing program in which the field public health veterinarian performs in-plant tests on suspect carcasses. Tier 3 is targeted testing of an entire herd on the basis of suspicion of chemical exposure involving more than 1 animal. This part of the NRP will

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