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From: TSS ()
Subject: Re: The Texas Animal Health Commission July 2005 Report No. 05-039 ON TEXAS LIVESTOCK TRACKING DOCUMENTING DEFICIENTCIES
Date: July 15, 2005 at 5:56 am PST

In Reply to: The Texas Animal Health Commission July 2005 Report No. 05-039 ON TEXAS LIVESTOCK TRACKING DOCUMENTING DEFICIENTCIES posted by TSS on July 15, 2005 at 5:42 am:

WHO needs cool when you have a tracking and records keeping system like this;

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You fail to maintain adequate medication treatment records for your dairy cows. For example, you utilize a daily calendar to record the ear tag number of cows confined to the hospital pen, but do not consistently indicate the reason for confinement nor the medication administered to the cows. Your records for treatments by infusion note the drug administered, but not the date of treatment and they are routinely discarded within a week of treatment.

You lack an adequate inventory/accountability system for determining the quantities of drugs used to medicate your livestock.

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Our Reference: 1000123886


June 27, 2005

Jose M. Homen, Co-Owner
Durvalina Homen, Co-Owner
Homen Dairy Farms, LP
7496 Combs Road,
Merced, California 95340-9600

WARNING LETTER

http://www.fda.gov/foi/warning_letters/g5388d.htm


TSS





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