USDA celebrates 100 years of food safety
The Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service recently celebrated 100 years of protecting consumers
Public health veterinarian sees challenges in infection trends
Food safety is not improving as quickly as hoped, and recent outbreaks of illness involved produce contaminated with pathogens
U.S. Army veterinarians wage unconventional campaign abroad
Army veterinarians are responsible for food safety inspection and for operation of large and small animal practices on bases
Still going a hundred years later
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Food and Drug Administration, which has the distinct
Security a priority in president's 2007 budget
The $2.77 trillion budget proposals for 2007 that President Bush sent to Congress Feb. 6 continue to emphasize allocations
Client education can prevent residue violator label
The Department of Agriculture is publishing the names of packing plants and farms responsible for repeat drug and contaminant residue
Europe bans antimicrobials, legislation proposed in U.S
The European Union has banned the use of four additional antimicrobials as growth promoters in animal feed.
FDA adds regulations to reduce Salmonella illness from eggs
ew federal regulations require most egg producers to take steps to prevent the spread of Salmonella enteritidis.
Research, educational center promotes animal coproducts
Clemson University held a dedication ceremony for the Animal Co-Products Research & Education Center, March 27.
New facility to advance study of foreign animal disease
Investigators spent an average of 199 days tracing the sources of animals infected with bovine tuberculosis between October 2005 and