In tissue samples collected since 2003, determined that Do – Rene and Clover Knolls Dairies offered 12 animals for slaughter with illegal drug residues. The animals included dairy cows that tested positive for illegal levels of drugs explicitly flunixin, penicillin, neomycin, and sulfadimethoxine, a drug banned by extra-label use in dairy cows. In addition, four bob positive for positive for sulfamethoxazole. These residues may cause allergic reactions in extremely sensitive individuals, and they can contribute to the formation of antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
Inspections,s Two dairies falsifying Animal Drugs And FoodThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that the District Court did for the District of New Mexico Do – Rene and Clover Knolls Dairies and their owners, Douglas B. Handley and Irene Handley inculcated by falsify new animal drugs and introducing adulterated food into the trade. Continue reading