Tuesday, July 23, 2013

FDA Law Blog - Amended COOL Regulations Constitutionally Uncool



Posted: 22 Jul 2013 07:30 PM PDT
By Riëtte van Laack –
In a lawsuit filed in federal court, meat industry representatives have challenged the constitutionality of Country of Origin Labeling (“COOL”) regulations as amended by USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (“AMS”) in May of 2013.  To understand the origin of the lawsuit, it is helpful to briefly review the history of the regulatory amendments at issue.
In 2008, the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 (2008 Farm Bill) amended the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 to impose COOL requirements on retailers for certain commodities.  Covered commodities include muscle cuts of beef (including veal), lamb, chicken, goat, and pork; ground beef, ground lamb, ground chicken, ground goat, and ground pork; wild and farm-raised fish and shellfish; perishable agricultural commodities; macadamia nuts; pecans; ginseng; and peanuts.  AMS published a final rule for all covered commodities on January 15, 2009, which took effect on March 16, 2009.
The authorization and implementation of the COOL requirements have been controversial, particularly the requirements for COOL of meat and meat products.  Less than a year after the AMS COOL regulations took effect, Canada and Mexico challenged them in the World Trade Organization (“WTO”), arguing that the COOL requirements for meat had a trade-distorting impact by reducing the value and number of cattle and hogs shipped to the U.S. market, thus violating WTO trade commitments agreed to by the United States.
In July 2012, the WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body adopted the WTO lower body’s findings that the COOL requirements for meat and muscle cuts were inconsistent with the U.S. obligations under the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade.  The WTO set a deadline of May 23, 2013, for the United States to revise the COOL requirements in compliance with the WTO findings.  On May 24, 2013, AMS issued a final rule amending the regulation requiring labeling of muscle cuts of meat.  The final rule requires that labels show where each production step (i.e., born, raised, slaughtered) occurred and removes the current “allowance for commingling of muscle cuts.”
Approximately 6 weeks later, trade associations representing American meat packers, feedlot, cattlemen, and pork producers and their foreign suppliers, including the Canadian Pork Council, and the North American Meat Association, filed the instant lawsuit against USDA and its Secretary, and AMS and its Administrator.  The lawsuit does not come as a surprise, given that Plaintiffs had previously expressed their concerns and opposition to the amendments in comments to AMS.
Plaintiffs claim that the amended final regulations violate the First Amendment, the AMS Act, and the Administrative Procedures Act.  Specifically, they allege that the amended COOL regulations conflict with definitions and requirements of the COOL statutory provisions in the AMS Act, and exceed AMS’s statutory authority.  Moreover, according to Plaintiffs, the amended regulations do not resolve the WTO violations but instead exacerbate them.  The new COOL requirements would impose costs possibly as high as 192 million dollars without a quantifiable benefit.  COOL is not a food safety program, and AMS’s claim that the labeling will benefit consumers by providing them with more specific information about the source of their food does not constitute a substantial governmental interest.  Plaintiffs claim that this lack of a governmental interest and the uncertain and speculative consumer benefit cause the COOL requirements to violate the First Amendment, in that they compel commercial speech without advancing a substantial government interest.  Plaintiffs request that the Court vacate the amended final rule and enjoin its enforcement. 

Monday, July 22, 2013

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How to Properly Hydrate Your Horse

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Summer takes a toll on us all. With temperatures circling the century mark almost anywhere in the U.S., we should all be mindful of how this affects our horses. Most trainers in the Southwest will start working horses about 3 a.m. these days just to avoid the worst of the heat. Even with all The Big Ass Fans® beating the air into submission, while the misters blow a cloud of haze through the cattle pens, man and beast alike cannot fully escape the heat. The best we can hope for is to ride it out, so in an effort to do so, let’s look some of the basics in equine hydration.

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Sunday, July 21, 2013

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AAEP's Continuing Education Calendar July 2013- December 2013


Continuing Education Calendar

July 2013 Events
28 - 31AAEP's 360 Hind Suspensory & Stifle
Fort Collins, Colorado. The AAEP’s 360° Diagnosing, Imaging and Treating the Hind Suspensory & Stifle will provide the intensive hands-on training needed to diagnose and treat these problem areas with confidence and effectiveness. Hotel information is now available here.
August 2013 Events
18th Annual Hambletonian Continuing Education Wet Labs for Equine Veterinarians
In-depth, hands-on wet lab sessions led by equine experts at the Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, N.J. Certified by the NJAEP and NJVMA. Select from 36 credit hours. Fees are $400 per half-day (4-hour) session and $700 for one full-day or two half-day sessions (8 CE hours). Pre-registration is required. Open to veterinarians and certified veterinary technicians. Contact Gordon Sulcer at (973) 240-7471 or gordon@firstchoicemarketing.us, or visit www.firstchoicemarketing.us.
214th Annual Hambletonian Continuing Education Seminar & Trade Show for Equine Veterinarians
Located at the Sheraton Meadowlands Hotel in East Rutherford, N.J. Select from 12 credit hours. Meeting is free to participating veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Gordon Sulcer at (973) 240-7471 or gordon@firstchoicemarketing.us or visitwww.firstchoicemarketing.us.
4 - 6AAEP's Focus on Dentistry and Business Education Workshop
Charlotte, North Carolina. Looking to delve into one of the fastest growing service areas for equine veterinarians or learn the latest trends in building and sustaining your practice? Save the date for this unique two-for-one educational event. Registration and housing information for Focus on Dentistry and the Business Education Workshop.
22Basic Equine Arthroscopy
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Presented by Drs. Wayne McIlwraith, David Frisbie, Chris Kawcak and Laurie Goodrich. The course teaches the principles of equine arthroscopy including instrumentation and basic techniques, diagnostic arthroscopy of the carpus and fetlock joints; arthroscopic surgery of the carpus for osteochondral chip fragment removal and arthroscopic surgery of the dorsal compartment of the fetlock joint for proximal P1 chips, villonodular synovitis and OCD. The morning program will consist of lectures and video demonstration. The afternoon will be a laboratory with participants performing arthroscopic surgery using video under supervision of the instructors. 8 CE credits available. Cost: $850 (residents can take the Basic and Advanced course combined at a reduced rate of $950). Pre-registration is required and can be accomplished at www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/clinsci/ce/products/15-basic-arthroscopy-august-22-2013.aspx. Please contact CE Coordinator for more information at vetce@colostate.eduor 970-297-1273 or visit www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/clinsci/ce.
23 - 24Advanced Equine Arthroscopy
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Presented by Drs. Wayne McIlwraith, David Frisbie, Chris Kawcak and Laurie Goodrich together with guest lecturers Dr. Alan Nixon (Cornell University) and Dr. Ian Wright (Newmarket Equine Hospital). This course features a practical format including 4 laboratories to give optimal practical information on how to do advanced arthroscopy and with particular emphasis on approaches for internal fixation of fractures in teh carpus and fetlock, new arthroscopic techniques in the femoropatellar and femorotibial joints, advanced arthroscopic surgery of teh hock and important tenoscopic surgical techniques as well as bursoscopy.16 CE credits available. Cost: $1,250. Pre-registrtion is required and can be accomplished at www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/clinsci/ce/products/17-advanced-arthroscopy-august-23-24-2013.aspx. Please contact CE Coordinator for more information at vetce@colostate.edu or 970-297-1273 or visit www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/clinsci/ce.
25Advanced Diagnostics of the Equine Stifle
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Presented by Drs. Myra Barrett, Natasha Wepy, Kurt Selberg, Wayne McIlwraith, Chris Kawcak and David Frisbie. This one-day course features both didactic and wet lab settings dedicated to the equine stifle. Participants will gain an in-depth knowledge of all the latest diagnostic techniques of the equine stifle and the ability to perform complete ultrasound, radiographic and diagnostic arthroscopy of the equine stifle. 8 CE credits available. Cost: $725; Capacity: 18 registrants on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-registration is required. Please contact CE Coordinator for more information at vetce@colostate.edu or 970-297-1273 or visit www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/clinsci/ce to register.
September 2013 Events
5 - 7AAEP's Focus on the Foot
Fort Collins, Colorado. Using a practical, real-life approach, the Focus on the Foot meeting will explore the intricacies of one of the most crucial components of the equine anatomy. Visithttp://www.aaep.org/focus_foot.htm for more information.
21 - 23Equine Orthopaedic Case Days
Weilerswist-Müggenhausen, Germany. For more information, contact Arno Lindner at 0049 2461 340 430 or www.agpferd.com.
October 2013 Events
11 - 13ISELP: Distal Hind limb & Proximal Suspensory
Hosted by Virginia Equine Imaging; held at the Westfield's Marriott in Chantilly, Va. Provides 20 CE hours. For more information, visit www.iselp.org or e-mail iselp@vaequine.com
18 - 20Equine Neurologic Case Days
Weilerswist-Müggenhausen, Germany. Instructors include Monica Aleman, Richard Piercy, Inge Wijnberg. For more information, contact Arno Lindner at 0049 2461 340 430 or arnolindner@t-online.de or visit www.agpferd.com.
31 - Nov 318th Annual ABVP Symposium
Renaissance Glendale Hotel & Spa, Phoenix Ariz. Look for updates on www.abvp.com. For additional information, call (800) 697-3583 or visit abvp@xmi-amc.com.
December 2013 Events
7 - 11AAEP's 59th Annual Convention
Shake up the Music City this December when the AAEP's 59th Annual Convention rolls into the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee, December 7-11. You can make your hotel reservations and register now. The Educational Program will be posted as soon as it is complete. For more information, visit www.aaep.org/convention.htm.

Market for Veterinary Care Remains Bright

Market for Veterinary Care Remains Bright

Veterinarians concerned about FDA’s hydroxyethyl starch warning July 17, 2013 By: Jennifer Fiala For The VIN News Service

When a patient presents with severe blood loss or shock, Dr. Tony Johnson often does what many veterinarians do in emergency situations. He administers the intravascular volume expander hetastarch as a first-line treatment.

“It's sort of viewed as the miracle cure for shock,” he said of the solution’s animal health application.

This cornerstone in fluid therapy — a popular colloid solution known by its chemical name, hydroxyethyl starch (HES) — is generating uncertainty from veterinarians across the country as federal regulatorswarn its use can cause mortality or severerenal disease in some human patients. 

Last month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), reacting to recent data showing that HES solutions may cause kidney injury and death in certain cases, advised against administering the drug to critically ill adult patients with preexisting renal dysfunction or sepsis or who are undergoing open heart surgery in association with cardiopulmonary bypass.

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Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine Answers Question Regarding Whether Adding Flavoring Constitutes Flavoring


MEDICATION FLAVORING
                                                                 Ms. Knachel reported receiving a question related to whether adding medication flavoring constitutes compounding. The Board’s opinion is that adding flavoring to a manufactured drug or combination of manufactured drugs in the veterinary establishment is acceptable based on the minutes from the Board of Pharmacy’s June 4, 2008, discussion. The Board discussed that compounded drugs purchased from a compounding pharmacy may be flavored for administration by the veterinary practice, but may not be dispensed to the client for home use.

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Farm Credit Services gives $100,000 for Nebraska vet center


To help ensure livestock producers and others have access to the best available laboratory diagnostics, research, education and outreach services, Farm Credit Services of America has given $100,000 to support a new Veterinary Diagnostic Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Read More

Arizona veterinary college moves toward accreditation


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House fails to pass Farm Bill


Opposition from both liberals and conservatives doomed the house version of the 2013 Farm Bill, which failed by a vote of 195 to 234 on Thursday, with “nay” votes coming from both sides of the aisle. Among House Republicans, 171 voted for the bill while 62 opposed it. As for House Democrats, 24 voted for the bill and 172 against. Read More

Monday, July 15, 2013

From the AVMACAN--Re- S. 1171 the Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act of 2013

Although veterinarians have been travelling to people’s homes since the days of James Herriot, the DEA- which gives us the licenses that allows us access to vital drugs- states very clearly that the only place we are allowed to use those drugs is in the clinic. Contact your Senator and ask them to support S.1171 the Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act of 2013 introduced by representative and veterinarian Kurt Schrader. It takes just a moment and can make a world of difference. http://avmacan.avma.org/avma/issues/alert/?alertid=62670856

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New diagnostic panels will test canines and cattle for common diseases from one specimen

July 11, 2013

Writer: Blair Fannin, 979-845-2259, b-fannin@tamu.edu
COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M Veterinary Medical DiagnosticLaboratory is offering two new diagnostic panels – one for dogs and one for cattle – that use a single specimen to rapidly detect a wide range of common health issues.
The test panels were developed by the laboratory’s newly created section for diagnostic development, which is managed by Dr. Mangkey Bounpheng. A diagnostic panel runs a series of several tests simultaneously, thus saving time and money for veterinarians and animal owners.
The cost of the cattle panel for Texas clients is $40, which is significantly less than running all of the tests individually. Turnaround time is three days. The cattle test is available at TVMDL’s full-service labs in College Station and Amarillo.
The canine panel test is $80 for Texas clients and turnaround time is approximately three days. The canine respiratory test is available only at TVMDL’s College Station location.
Dr. Terry Hensley, assistant agency director and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service veterinarian in College Station, said the new panels will help practitioners more quickly determine the causes of disease often found in dogs and cattle.
Using a molecular test known as a polymerase chain reaction (or PCR), the panels detect the genetic code of a disease-causing organism. A PCR test does not depend on the lab growing the organism in a culture, which can take days or weeks.
“A PCR test will produce a faster result that is very specific,” Hensley said. “The PCR test is not an answer to all diagnostic problems, but it can help a veterinarian arrive at a quicker diagnosis and to fine-tune the treatment.”
A PCR test is particularly helpful when a disease-causing organism is difficult to isolate, Hensley said, or when a veterinarian must deal with a disease outbreak in a large herd.
“It’s a lot easier to run 50 PCR tests than do 50 cell cultures,” he said.
TVMDL’s new panel for cattle will detect bovine herpevirus, bovine leucosis, bluetongue virus and bovine viral diarrhea virus from one specimen. The panel can be run on nasal swabs, semen, milk and whole blood treated with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, also known as EDTA, including tissues that have not been preserved in formalin.
The panel is especially useful for export testing and herd health screening, Hensley said.
The canine respiratory panel will detect bordetella, adenovirus type 2, distemper, herpesvirus 1, influenza, parainfluenza and respiratory coronavirus. The panel requires only a single dry swab taken from the trachea or the oropharynx.
Dr. Pam Ferro, section head for virology and molecular diagnostics in College Station, said the canine panel helps veterinarians arrive at a diagnosis more quickly and more accurately than did previous tests.
“A veterinarian might evaluate a dog’s symptoms and initially think it has canine influenza,” Ferro said.  “But it could also be distemper. With one sample and one test, we can now provide a fast and reliable result to help that veterinarian make an accurate diagnosis.”
For more information testing, visit http://tvmdl.tamu.edu/products-services/testing/ .
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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Jul 12, 2013, 12:05pm EDT $4.5M state-of-the-art veterinary center opens (photo gallery

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President Signs Animal Drug User Fees Into Law

President Barack Obama Thursday (June 13) signed the Animal Drug and Animal Generic Drug User Fee Reauthorization Act into law. ADUFA easily cleared Congress earlier this month while lawmakers focused their efforts on other FDA-related bills on drug distribution security . . .

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Thursday, July 11, 2013

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July 10, 2013, 9:40am CDT Updated: Jul 10, 2013, 11:05am CDT Central Animal Hospital expanding

Staff writer- Memphis Business Journal
 Central Animal Hospital is growing with the addition of a 4,594-square-foot veterinary medical facility at 2192 Central Ave.
The $1 million building will be northeast of its current 3,411-square-foot building.
Jennifer Karnes and Steve Karnes bought Central Animal Hospital in 2005. The current building was constructed in 1946.
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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

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NC STATE UNIVERSITY RESIDENCY PROGRAM IN VETERINARY CLINICAL PHARMACY


NC STATE UNIVERSITY RESIDENCY PROGRAM IN VETERINARY CLINICAL  PHARMACY
The College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, is offering a residency program in Veterinary Clinical
Pharmacy Practice.  Minimum qualifications include graduation from an accredited College of pharmacy and a current North Carolina
Pharmacy License in good standing.  The selection of residents is made on the basis of academic achievement, career objectives,
letters of recommendation, and pertinent experience.  This residency is a Post-Graduate Year One (PGY1) residency.

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California Quarter Horse Tests Positive for EHV-1

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Press Announcements FDA, Justice Department takes action against Vermont dairy farm

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Group says FDA lax on antibiotics in livestock By clochheadsfchronicle-com-carolyn-lochhead@blog.timesunion.com (Carolyn Lochhead)


ombing through piles of documents obtained by a Freedom of Information Act request, an environmental group, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, or PEER, said Monday that the Food and Drug Administration relies on dated environmental assessments when approving antibiotics for use in livestock.
As we reported here, “In March, the head of the Centers for Disease Control issued an alarm, echoed by virtually every health authority in the world, that antibiotic-resistant bacteria threaten to return humans to the days when ordinary infections routinely killed and maimed.
“Yet the United States continues to use at least 70 percent of its antibiotics on livestock, to shave pennies per pound from the price of pork chops or chicken wings that are consumed by millions of Americans every day.”

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Monday, July 8, 2013

The Law of Compounding Medications And Drugs: Upcoming Veterinary Conferences for 2013 -2014

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Zoetis to Expand Nebraska Drug Plant

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