Are pet stores licensed by the usda?

Answer Pet shops that sell any wild or exotic animals, such as foxes or lions, have to get a license from the United States Department of Agriculture, according to an article by Ashley Duncan for the Anim... Read More »

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What does the USDA do?

The USDA is a government agency that provides leadership in agriculture, natural resources and food-related issues. It works to enhance agricultural trade, protect and enhance America’s natural r... Read More »

What do the usda&fda do?

All food and pharmaceuticals items in a store are inspected by either the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). These government agencies make sure that t... Read More »

What is a USDA mortgage?

A USDA mortgage is a type of mortgage debt that is underwritten by the United States Department of Agriculture. It is a loan program created to give borrowers in rural areas the ability to purchase... Read More »

Who founded the usda?

President Abraham Lincoln created the United States Department of Agriculture in 1862. Lincoln called it "The People's Department." In April 2010, the USDA announced its "Open Government Plan." The... Read More »