Mark Lutschaunig, AVMA Governmental Relations Division director, applauded lawmakers for including needed funding for the Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program, the Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank, the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative, and for Animal Health and Disease Research.
What does FARAD stand for?
FARAD stands for Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank
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- Fauquier Amateur Radio Association (ham radio club; Warrenton, VA)
- Federal Acquisition Reform Act of 1996
- Fédération des Associations Régionales des Allocataires (French: Federation of Regional Associations of Beneficiaries)
- Floodplain Analysis Regulatory Assessment (Indiana Department of Natural Resources)
- Fondation Ateliers Résidences Adultes (French mental disability enterprise; Switzerland)
- Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
- Foreign Affairs Recreation Association (Department of State)
- Foreign Agents Registration Act
- Formally Affiliated Regional Associations
- Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa
- Failure Rate Data Program
- Federal Aviation Regulations and Aeronautical Information Manual (US FAA)
- Financial Accountability Review and Action Plan
- Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards
- Federation of Australian Broadcasters
- Flight Acceptance Review Board
- Fondation Anne et Robert Bloch (French: Anne and Robert Bloch Foundation; Switzerland)
- Funding Advisory Review Board (National Institutes of Health)
- Featured Article Removal Candidate (Wikimedia Foundation)
- Federal Archives & Records Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD) -- used by veterinarians, livestock producers, and state and federal regulatory and extension specialists to ensure that drug, environmental and pesticide contaminants do not end up in meat, milk, and eggs -- began shutting down yesterday.
The Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD) was highlighted as a critical -- but chronically underfunded -- program on which veterinarians, livestock producers, state and federal regulatory, and extension specialists depend.