VETERINARY DRUG RESIDUES

Veterinary drugs are frequently used to treat disease and promote healthy livestock to improve the quality or yield of meat and animal products. Their use introduces the risk of veterinary drug residues and their metabolites in the animal products. Consequently, their presence in foods is tightly regulated. FAPAS attempts to use material containing incurred residues wherever possible. Click here to view the veterinary drug category list for details of potential residues in tests where only general categories are stated (this information can also be found on page 30 of the Food Chemistry Proficiency Test brochure).



Illegal dyes (veterinary drugs) in fish muscle
Illegal dyes (veterinary drugs) in fish muscle
Distribution Date: 06/06/2017
Synthetic hormones in bovine urine
Synthetic hormones in bovine urine
Distribution Date: 06/12/2017
Tetracyclines in pig liver
Tetracyclines in pig liver
Distribution Date: 06/26/2017
Quinolones & fluoroquinolones in honey
Quinolones & fluoroquinolones in honey
Distribution Date: 07/17/2017
Coccidiostats in chicken muscle
Coccidiostats in chicken muscle
Distribution Date: 08/08/2017
Nitroimidazoles in chicken muscle
Nitroimidazoles in chicken muscle
Distribution Date: 08/08/2017
Chloramphenicol & thiamphenicol in bovine milk
Chloramphenicol & thiamphenicol in bovine milk
Distribution Date: 09/18/2017
Avermectins & anthelmintics in sheep liver
Avermectins & anthelmintics in sheep liver
Distribution Date: 09/25/2017
Nitrofuran metabolites in fish muscle
Nitrofuran metabolites in fish muscle
Distribution Date: 10/16/2017
Tetracyclines in fish muscle
Tetracyclines in fish muscle
Distribution Date: 10/16/2017
Chloramphenicol in prawns
Chloramphenicol in prawns
Distribution Date: 11/21/2017


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