Major Species

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The Veterinarian's Guide to Residue Avoidance Management
Dairy cattle (also called dairy cows) are cattle bred for the ability to produce large quantities of milk, from which dairy products are made. This includes Dry cows which have previously produced milk for human consumption and will again after the dry period between lactations is over. Non-lactating dairy cattle include replacement dairy heifers, replacement dairy bulls and dairy calves that will never will produce milk for human consumption.


Select two or more options:

*You are required to select a route of administration or enter a keyword (Trade name or active) with these groups.
1includes cattle not of breeding age but not dry cows

Enter a Trade name or active ingredient: Five (5) or more letters Five (5) or more letters

How to search "Dairy"

When selecting "all FDA approvals for dairy" or "non-lactating diary", you are required to select a route or enter a keyword (Trade name or active ingredient) as well.

"Other" routes include otic, opthalmic, inhalation, rectal, ect.

Always consult the latest manufacturer's label before using any drug.

For information on extra-label drug use, click here.