Lastly, on July 20, the Idaho Department of Agriculture announced its intention to, beginning November 1, take enforcement action against hemp and hemp-derived animal feeds and remedies, products which the Department considers illegal. The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) quickly reached out to the Department to raise concerns and request a meeting. According to NASC, it is unclear whether the Department’s policy will apply to dosage form animal health products, which are not typically regulated as animal food or feed products. Additionally, NASC pointed out that robust data shows that properly manufactured hemp food and feed products do not pose high risk to animals for negative health consequences. We thank NASC for its leadership on this important issue and will monitor its discussions with the Department.