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The Veterinarian's Guide to Residue Avoidance Management
Information is exclusively for labeled use(s) of FDA-approved food animal drugs in the US.

 

The data contained in VetGRAM are derived from or related to regulatory-based information, such as the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and Freedom of Information (FOI) files, as well as information available in a variety of published resources. Data and information in this category are open and freely available to the public.
It is accurate, to the best our knowledge, as of Nov 27, 2022.

 Search multiple species 

Select the input box you want to search from, and after making your selection, click the corresponding button on left.
Trade Name and Ingredient(s) auto-populate.
Check the box to include non-food animals, such as dog, cat and horse.
For best results, use the links back from the program, rather that your browser's 'back button'.
Enter 5 letters or more and use part of the keyword like 'chlortetra' or 'intestin'.
Example 1: The treatment for coccidiosis may be found using the part of the keyword, 'coccid', because 'coccidian' isn't actually found in the indications.
Example 2: If you are looking for chronic respiratory disease you may try a search for 'respiratory' or 'pneumonia' but not just 'crd'.
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Pre-defined Search lists:

Select and sort by the fields you want to see, such as Trade name, active ingredient, and route.

VFD Drug Combinations

As defined by the FDA, a combination Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) drug is an approved combination of new animal drugs intended for use in or on animal feed under the professional supervision of a licensed veterinarian, and at least one of the new animal drugs in the combination is a VFD drug.

California Rule Impacts Use of Antimicrobials

Effective January 1, 2018, no OTC products containing medically important antimicrobials shall be administered to CA livestock without a prescription or veterinary feed directive (VFD) from a licensed veterinarian acting within a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship. Such products are designated as OTC(RxCA).

CA Rx Drugs

Senate Bill 27