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Keeping Correct Veterinary Medicine Records

All records - including any veterinary prescriptions where they are provided - must be kept in a permanent and legible form for at least five years following the administration or disposal of the product, even if the animals concerned have been sold or slaughtered or have died during that period. Individual animals must be identified where administration is required along with the dosage administered. This information must be stored in the FQAS Medicine book and be available for audit during Farm inspections.