The Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD) recently provided guidance to small ruminant producers and their veterinarians in an article titled “Extralabel drug use (ELDU) in small ruminants” in JAVMA, Vol 253, No. 8, Oct. 15, 2018, pp 1001-1009.

FARAD is a university-based national program that serves as the primary source for scientifically-based recommendations

West Virginia has taken the first step in joining a number of states that have adopted regulations governing the standards of care farmers must provide to livestock in their care, by proposing standards of their own.

New Jersey, Colorado and Ohio already have regulations governing the minimum humane standards of care required for the raising,