Feed Mills

GVL’s FeedLINK® electronic Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) system simplifies VFD compliance for veterinarians, feed distributors and producers.

Complete VFD Management Solution

GVL’s FeedLINK® web-based VFD system provides all parties with a complete solution to manage all VFDs and related information in a single, secure online account.

FeedLINK Veterinary Feed Directive System

  • Responsive updates direct from drug manufactures as product labels change
  • Provides direct messaging between vets and feed distributors
  • Manages all VFD documents and communications
  • Simplifies 21 CFR Part 11 compliance
  • Notifies all parties as VFDs near expiration

Distributors
Multiple Account Options for Feed Distributors

FeedLINK offers several account options for feed distributors based on business needs. Each account level includes a listing in FeedLINK, providing veterinarians the ability to easily select feed distributors and the correct VFD contact(s) when completing and sending VFDs.

Within FeedLINK, feed distributors have the option to upload digital copies of paper, emailed or faxed VFDs, communicate directly with veterinarians, request VFDs for customers, and maintain all VFD related records in a secure, 21 CFR Part 11 compliant account for a minimum of two years.

GVL® Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs)

  • Trusted and proven electronic VFD system
  • Simplifies VFD compliance for all parties
  • Streamlines communication and animal treatment
  • Meets 2 year record retention requirements
  • Maintains non-VFD feed-grade antibiotics

GVL SmartEngine Technology

Developed with the veterinarian in mind, GVL SmartEngine technology saves time and frustration by making health certificate and VFD creation as easy as possible, while ensuring that the completed certificates and VFDs are accurate and compliant with requirements.

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VFD Educational Webinars

GVL has hosted many webinars in preparation for VFDs, and continues to provide educational content. Educational webinars hosted throughout the past year provide vets and industry stakeholders with critical information and resources for understanding VFD requirements.