- What is the National Milk Drug Residue Database?
- Where can I find more information?
- National Milk Drug Residue Contract Program Fact Sheet (Version April 2021)
The National Milk Drug Residue Database (NMDRD) system was implemented in cooperation with the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments. The contract is part of an effort to improve control over drug residues in the milk supply and to be able to demonstrate the amount and results of collective industry and government milk testing.
The objective of this contract is to maintain the existing database that consists of the results of testing of milk samples for drug residues by the industry, states and federal agencies. The data shall include information on the source of samples, when analyses were conducted, numbers of analyses, methods used, and results by drug and methods. The data shall be recorded, summarized, and distributed to interested parties.
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Specific questions on this program can be directed to the appropriate Office of Partnerships' contact within the Division of Partnership Investments and Agreements. Please visit the Office of Partnerships Contacts webpage to obtain a downloaded version of the staffing roster.
General questions may be directed to the Office of Partnerships' general mailbox: email@example.com