Generic Materials Search: external, nonsynthetic, parasiticides

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Botanical Pesticides
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
Includes botanical external parasiticides and pesticides used in barns, poultry houses, and other livestock facilities. See Glossary for definition of "pesticide."
205.105
Botanical Pesticides
Prohibited
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
See also STRYCHNINE. See Glossary for definition of "pesticide."
205.604
Copper Sulfate
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care
Synthetic/Nonsynthetic
For topical use. May only be used in organic livestock production if the requirements of 205.238 are met. See also MINERALS – FEED & HEALTH CARE.
205.238(c)(1) & 205.603(b)(1) As topical treatment, external parasiticide or local anesthetic as applicable.
D-limonene
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
See also LIMONENE.
205.238(c)(1)
Essential Oils-nonorganic
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care, Livestock Management Tools and Production Aids
Nonsynthetic
Must be EPA registered or EPA 25b exempt if used as an external parasiticide. See glossary definition of "essential oil"
Inerts – List 4
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Synthetic
Inerts that are classified by the EPA as List 4A or List 4B (also known as inerts of minimal concern) may be used with active pesticidal substances that are either nonsynthetic or substances that are synthetic and expressly permitted as active pesticides in organic production. Both List 4A and List 4B inerts may be used in pesticides that require EPA registration. Only List 4A inerts may be used in pesticides that are exempt from EPA registration [“25(b) exempt”].
205.603(e–1) EPA List 4—Inerts of Minimal Concern.
Limonene
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
External parasiticide. See also BOTANICAL PESTICIDES.
205.238(c)(1)
Microbial Products
Prohibited
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care
Nonsynthetic
Prohibited if from genetically modified sources or considered antibiotics. See Glossary for definition of "microbial products."
205.105(e) & 205.238(c)(1)
Microbial Products –Health Care
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care
Nonsynthetic
May not be administered in the absence of illness, except when used as vaccines or biologics. Must not be from genetically modified sources. Includes killed (dead) microorganisms, but not antibiotics. See also PROBIOTICS, CARRIERS and MICROORGANISMS – DIRECT FED. See Glossary for definition of “microbial products.”
205.105, 205.238(a)(6) & 205.238(c)(2)
Neem
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
See also BOTANICALS.
205.105
Parasiticides – nonsynthetic, external
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care
Nonsynthetic
See also PYRETHRUM, DIATOMACEOUS EARTH, HYDRATED LIME (CALCIUM HYDROXIDE), and LIMONENE. See Glossary for definition of "parasiticide."
205.105 & 205.238(c)(1)
Parasiticides – nonsynthetic, internal
Allowed with Restrictions
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care
Nonsynthetic
See also DIATOMACEOUS EARTH, and HERBAL PREPARATIONS listings. See Glossary for definition of "parasiticide."
205.105 & 205.238(c)(1)
Pyrethrum
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
See also BOTANICALS.
205.105
Strychnine
Prohibited
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
205.105(b) & 205.604(a)