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Farmer bros, hapooning! Not like this!

Sound the alarm frens!

So check this one out farmer bros! I'm only bringing this up because my mom couldn't buy some antibiotic for her sheep that is showing signs of mastitis.

“The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine on June 10 finalized guidance for the agricultural industry that will bring all medically important antibiotics used in food-producing animals under veterinary oversight. Known as Guidance for Industry #263 (GFI #263), the new policy closes an important loophole that allowed producers to purchase over-the counter animal antibiotics without a prescription and promotes more judicious use of these drugs.”
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Beginning in June 2023, farmers won’t be able to buy any over-the-counter antibiotics for their animals. This will be a big change for farmers, many of whom are accustomed to doing much of their own veterinary care. Like it or not, farmers need to be prepared.
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Here's the original FDA source.

So this was in the works since 2018 and has finally taken effect this month. Farmers aren’t permitted to buy antibiotics for their animals anymore! Notice in the above summary “closes an important loophole,” implying as if. What loophole? I doubt it was ever a loophole, but now it’s being retroactively implied as if it were. Sneaky sneaky!

You farming sneeders are just gonna have to start getting scienmatific and make all your own shid; isn’t that just great!? And you can bet your bottoms too that there will be a crack down on home made antibiotics and remedies. Ivermectin is probably up next too. GAWT DAMN IT!

Sure is funny how much concern is placed on the good things while the harmful things like fentanyl and meth just go ignored. Kinda sus ain’t it!? Oh but I guess you could argue we don't feed our animals fentanyl and meth, but this has some pretty serious ramifications. Pretty much this is the state telling you to get wrecked and let the animals die!

So now you have this on top of farms burning down, food processing plants blowing up, whole entire forests being burnt down, trains carrying toxic chemicals being derailed, fertilizer shortages, etc. None of this is very cozy, so what do sneeders!?

Thanks for reading my blog!

Date: 2023-06-02

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  • I guess they are "surface level" worried about creating antibiotic resistant bacteria/infections (which is a real problem)
    But small scale farming wouldn't necessarily have that issue...feds man :(
    Jun 4, 2023 Permalink Reply
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