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View Florida's Animal Feed Hemp Labeling Checklist [ 1.6 MB ] .
In addition to the basic animal feed labeling requirements, pet food, pet treats, specialty pet food and specialty pet treats that consist of or contain hemp extract must include the following:
Distributors of pet and specialty pet food and/or treats must have a Feed Master Registration with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS). “Distributor” means any person who distributes commercial feed or feedstuff. It does not include people who sell brand-name feed at retail on behalf of a registrant who manufactures such feed. To apply for Feed Master Registration, go to the Feed Licensing and Regulatory Website.
The term “specialty pet” means any animal normally maintained in a household, including rodents, ornamental birds, ornamental fish, reptiles and amphibians, ferrets, hedgehogs, marsupials, and rabbits not raised for food or fur. “Pet food” and “pet treats” are made to be eaten by dogs and cats, and “specialty pet food” and specialty pet treats” are made to be eaten by specialty pets.
Feed Master Registration
According to Florida law, pet food, pet treats, specialty pet food and specialty pet treats are the only kinds of animal products that can consist of or contain hemp extract. These products cannot contain more than 0.3% total delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration on a dry weight basis.
Any commercial feed distributed in Florida must be accompanied by a legible label bearing the following information:
Distributors of commercial feed must report to FDACS the number of tons of feed distributed in Florida within 30 days after the end of each of the following quarterly reporting periods:
Hemp Feed Labeling Requirements
Effective January 3, 2022, initial medical cannabis cards will be issued by UDOH with a 6-month expiration and the renewal cost will be $15. Patients who apply for the first renewal of their card prior to April 30, 2022, will still pay the $5 renewal fee at 90 days. Please contact the Center for Medical Cannabis at [email protected] with any questions about this change.
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