In the fall of 2009, the FDA announced major changes to the use of neomycin-terramycin (NT) in milk replacers. Since milk replacers medicated with NT are very widely used in the dairy industry, this change in regulations affects a large number of dairy producers.

David Carlson, technical services manager for Milk Products LLC, discusses the new feeding levels, the time frame for changes and other alternatives to medication in a recent podcast with Hubbard Feeds.

Click here to listen to the podcast {approximately 5 minutes} 

Download “New Regulations for Use of Neomycin and Oxytetracycline in Milk Replacers

Source: Hubbard Feeds