Register of veterinary medicines, agricultural chemicals (ACVM) and vertebrate toxic agents (VTAs)
Search the register of veterinary medicines, agricultural chemicals (ACVM) and vertebrate toxic agents (VTAs) to find out which products are registered and their conditions of use.
Consultants – registrations under the ACVM Act
While not accredited by MPI, consultants may offer advice in self-identified areas of expertise.
List of consultants under the ACVM Act [XLSX, 24 KB]
The attached list of consultants is provided on the following basis:
- The list has been compiled from information in MPI's possession and as a result of various consultants informing MPI of their interest in working in this area.
- The consultants listed are not accredited by MPI. MPI has not carried out any investigation into the qualifications, experience, or abilities of any of the consultants listed.
- It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the consultant selected has the appropriate qualifications for the work being undertaken on their behalf.
- MPI and the Crown are not liable for any costs, loss, or damage whatsoever arising directly or indirectly from any services provided by any consultant listed.
Data assessors approved to provide ACVM data assessment reports
If you apply to register an ACVM, using an MPI-approved data assessor for your data assessment report.
Approved veterinary medicine and vertebrate toxic agent manufacturers
Manufacturers of veterinary medicines and vertebrate toxic agents approved under the ACVM Act 1997.
Maximum residue levels (MRLs) for ACVM in food
New Zealand and other countries set maximum levels of ACVM residues that may be found in food, known as maximum residue levels, or limits (MRLs).
Restricted veterinary medicine (RVM) sellers
Sellers of restricted veterinary medicines (RVMs) must have an MPI-approved operating plan.
Restricted veterinary medicine (RVM) sellers list [PDF, 98 KB]
Animal feed additives "generally recognised as safe" (GRAS) register
The GRAS register for feed additives used in oral nutritional compounds has been revoked. Instead, the general fit for purpose regulation (Reg 7) applies.