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Information for feed mill operators
Label examples
Nutrient guarantee (cheat sheet in pdf format)
When is it a custom mix?
Custom Formula
Label Review is available- Effective January 1, 1999, Oregon adopted the American Association of Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) nutritional labeling requirements. I would be happy to review the draft of a new tag (or label) before you go to the expense of printing it. FAX drafts to 503-986-4734 attn: Richard.

New feed product application
Application to register a new product (in pdf format)

Registering product/ licensing
Instructions  for registering feed products and licensing facilities.

Biosecurity for feed mills
Biosecurity guidelines during a disease outbreak for feed mills.

Facility security
ALERT, a food defense awarness program on-line training module, will show you what food defense means and how to make it a part of your operation.
Best management practices
Best management practices for feed mill (checklist in pdf format), developed by American Association of Feed Control Officials (AAFCO), these are voluntary standards for milling.
If you need any assistance, please feel free to contact Richard TenEyck. He is out in the field most days, so if you leave a message at 503-986-4691, he will get back to you. Or you may send a e-mail.  
Oregon Feed Law
Oregon Adminstrative Rules for animal feed

Registered feed products
Search for products registered or manufactures licensed in Oregon
Testing for hay, grain or soil
Want to have your own hay, grain or soil tested? 
Contact your local County Extension Agent to find a lab.

Vomitoxin guidance 2010
Guidance for Industry and FDA: Advisory Levels for Deoxynivalenol (DON) in Finished Wheat Products for Human Consumption and Grains and Grain By-Products used for Animal Feed (29 KB) pdf form
Homeland security registration
Anyone distributing or manufacturing animal feed needs to register with Homeland security via Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This is a no cost on-line process required under the Bioterrorism Act of 2002.