Food Safety is More Robust with Beefed-Up Support

CgFARAD recently received support from the Livestock Research Innovation Council and Growing Forward II to create a more powerful and flexible CgFARAD database at the University of Saskatchewan, and renovate a University of Guelph lab for tissue culture research focused on drug interactions and metabolism in food producing animals.

Directors of the web-based Canadian food animal residue avoidance databank (which goes by the acronym CgFARAD) have unveiled a new user-friendly and effective database and website for licensed veterinarians in Canada. The new site is loaded with drop down menus containing streamlined drug and disease condition choices, offering a more logical lay-out to guide veterinarians to the answers they seek about extra-label use. Menus take users to the species, the drug and the disease condition being treated.

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