Feed Additive Usage Information for Feed Producers and Veterinary Surgeons
Feed Additives 2017, published in July 2017, is the 34th edition in this definitive series and is available both in print and digitally. Printed copies or digital licences can be ordered securely online by following the appropriate link below:
Feed Additives is the annual compendium of products available for inclusion in animal feeds and drinking water: Medicinal Products, Coccidiostats, Enzymes, Micro-organism Products, Acidifiers, Antioxidants, Mould Inhibitors, Pigmenters and Vitamins are all included.
Feed Additives provides users with all the information they require to safely and legally incorporate additives into feeds for farmed animals and horses and to produce complete and accurate labels for the finished products.
Each edition features many new products and changes and this year is no exception making the 2017 version a must-have upgrade for regular users.
- Featured Products: 171
- Products added to the 2017 Edition: 36
- Newly Launched Products: 8
- Amended Products (since 2016 Edition): 40
This 448-page (A5) book is intended for use by veterinary surgeons when prescribing veterinary medicines administered via the feed and by animal feed and supplement manufacturers when incorporating additives of all types. The information is applicable in all EU countries.
For 34 years the format of this handbook has proved to be a winner with both feed producers and veterinary surgeons looking after livestock, poultry, farmed fish and horses.
Comprehensive product entries are arranged alphabetically by trade name and each product is cross-indexed by active ingredient, indications and manufacturer / distributor.
Each product entry comprises the following information (where applicable):
- Active ingredients
- Product strength
- Handling precautions
- General precautions
- Legal category
- Package quantities
- Authorisation holder
- Authorisation number
Information for all products is also presented in tabular form for rapid reference and comparison.