80-9-202. Labeling. (1) A commercial feed, except a customer formula feed, must be accompanied by a label containing:
(a) the quantity statement;
(b) the product name and any brand name under which the commercial feed is distributed;
(c) the guaranteed analysis stated in terms the department by rule determines are required to advise the user of the composition of the feed or to support claims made in the labeling. The substances or elements guaranteed must be determinable by laboratory methods such as the methods published by AOAC international. Pet treats as defined in 80-9-101(22)(b) are exempt from the guaranteed analysis requirement of this subsection (1)(c).
(d) the common or usual name of each ingredient used in the manufacture of the commercial feed. The department by rule may permit the use of a collective term for a group of ingredients that perform a similar function, or it may exempt commercial feeds or any group of them from this requirement of an ingredient statement if it finds that the statement is not required in the interest of consumers.
(e) the name and principal mailing address of the manufacturer, the person responsible for distributing the commercial feed, or the guarantor;
(f) adequate directions for use for all commercial feeds containing drugs. The department may by rule require directions for the use of other commercial feeds when necessary for their safe and effective use.
(g) precautionary statements that the department by rule determines are necessary for safe and effective use of the commercial feed.
(2) A customer formula feed must be accompanied by a label, invoice, delivery slip, or other shipping document containing:
(a) the name and address of the manufacturer or guarantor;
(b) the name and address of the purchaser;
(c) the date of delivery;
(d) the specific agreed to composition of the feed or a list of the ingredients, but not necessarily the percentage of each ingredient;
(e) adequate directions for use for all customer formula feed containing drugs. The department may by rule require directions for the use of other customer formula feeds when necessary for their safe and effective use.
(f) precautionary statements that the department by rule determines are necessary for safe and effective use of the feeds;
(g) in cases when a drug-containing product is used in a customer formula feed:
(i) the purpose of the drug in the form of a claim statement; and
(ii) the established name of each active drug ingredient and the level of each drug used in the final mixture, expressed in accordance with the association of American feed control officials model feed regulations, as published in that organization's official publication and adopted by department rule.