Federal Judge Gordon Jay Quist found that cows owned by Scenic View Dairy had antibiotic levels too high for the animals to be sold for slaughter as human food, but he does not want to
A Texas dairy cow with high levels of Flunixin in its liver and a bob veal calf in California with gentamicin in its kidney tissues are the latest examples of animal drug misuse.
Do-N-Joy Holsteins at Arlington, MN was charged in a May 11 warning letter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with misuse of the animal drug penicillin G procaine.
The warning letter stems from an
U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently received more than 180,000 hand-delivered letters from citizens concerned about proposed FDA action on antibiotic use in animals. These concerned citizens represent people who see a connection between the…
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Michigan’s Scenic View Dairy, with farms at Fennville, Freeport, and Gowen, should be shut down for selling cows for human consumption with antibiotic levels that exceed tolerable limits.
So argues Adam B. Townshend, assistant