THIS fall, California signed into law three bills that set parameters on the use of antibiotics in animal agriculture.
One bill — S.B. 770, which was sponsored by California Sen. Tony Mendoza and had strong support from the California Grain & Feed Assn. (CGFA) — allows the California Department of Food & Agriculture (CDFA) to retain authority over the medicated Feed Inspection Program.
Chris Zanobini, chief executive
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