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Regardless of the size and nature of the manufacturing premises, all manufacturers of veterinary  products, unless exempt, are required to comply with GMP requirements taking into account the type of product being manufactured and its intended use. Compliance with GMP ensures that quality is built into the product at the time of manufacture. It requires products to be consistently manufactured in a safe and clean environment, by specified methods, under adequate supervision, with effective quality control procedures, and with a documentation trail that links starting materials, through the various manufacturing processes, to the finished product.

A separate guide on GMP for the manufacture of veterinary medicinal products is available. Please refer to PIC/S Guide to Good Manufacturing Practice for Medicinal Products. This guideline is established particularly to provide guidance on good manufacturing practices for the manufacture of veterinary premixes.

Veterinary premixes are defined as mixtures of one or more active ingredients, usually in suitable bases, which containing scheduled poisons (substances listed in First Schedule of the Poison Act 1952) or nonpoisons substances that are used exclusively in the preparation of animal feed for medicinal purpose.

Premixes occur in granulated, powdered, semi-solid or liquid form and may also occur in pelleted form.


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