THE Food & Drug Administration's Guidance #209 and Guidance #213, along with the revised veterinary feed directive, are to be implemented nationwide in December 2016.
To admittedly oversimplify it, the ultimate results are twofold:
1. No antibiotics that are used in human medicine can be used for growth promotion in animals raised for food. This includes the tetracycline class that makes up about 40% of all antibiotics s
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