12:81:08:17. Storage and labeling of medicinals and drugs. Drugs and medicinals must be stored in a manner that prevents contamination of the milk or the portions of the equipment, containers, or utensils that come in contact with milk. Such products must be labeled to include the following:
(1) The name and address of the manufacturer or distributor, for over-the-counter medicinals or drugs, or the veterinary practitioner dispensing the product for prescription and extra-label-use medicinals or drugs;
(2) Directions for use;
(3) The prescribed withholding times;
(4) Cautionary statements, if needed; and
(5) The active ingredient of the product must be identified on the package or on the label.
Unapproved or improperly labeled medicinals or drugs may not be used to treat dairy animals and may not be stored in the milkhouse, milking barn, stable, or parlor. Medicinals or drugs intended for treatment of nonlactating dairy animals must be segregated from those medicinals or drugs used for lactating animals. Separate shelves in cabinets, refrigerators, or other storage facilities satisfies this requirement.
Source: 41 SDR 218, effective June 30, 2015.
General Authority: SDCL 39-6-9(9), 39-6-9(12), 40-32-18(5), 40-32-18(6).
Law Implemented: SDCL 39-6-9(9), 39-6-9(12), 40-32-18(5), 40-32-18(6).
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