Department of Agriculture - Commercial Feeds - Minerals.


Published: 1995-05-01

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No person shall:

(A) Include the word "iodized" in the name of a feed ingredient on the label of a commercial feed, unless the mixture of the feed ingredient and the iodine source contains not less than seven thousandths per cent iodine.

(B) Distribute mineral phosphatic materials for feeding purposes unless they are labeled with the guarantee for minimum and maximum percentage of calcium (when present), the minimum percentage of phosphorus, and the maximum percentage of flourine.