The Michigan Animal Remedies Program Has Ended
On June 27, 2016, Governor Snyder signed Public Act 257 of 2016 into law. Public Act 257 repeals the entire Michigan Livestock and Poultry Remedies Act, Public Act 134 of 1929, which regulates the sale of livestock and poultry remedies. The law repeal takes effect 90 days after enactment. MDARD will no longer administer an animal remedies program after September 26, 2016. An animal remedy license will not be required in Michigan after this date.
MDARD will accept and process all animal remedy license applications postmarked through July 26, 2016. Enforcement action will not be taken on any unlicensed products found during the remainder of the 90 day enactment time.