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New VFD rules to take effect soon

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Less than 30 days and counting before new VFD rules take effect

Veterinarians, feed mills and poultry producers are into the final stretch and now have less than 30 days to prepare for the new veterinary feed directive rules that take effect January 1, 2017.

It’s a good time for everyone to review medication needs and ensure they have the VFD forms they need to ensure a smooth transition after the new year.

Still confused about the new rules? Visit Poultry Health Today’s VFD News Center for everything you need to know and sign up for a free VFD newsletter.


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