We contract growers to produce safflower which is then cleaned using a sizing machine and shipped for bird food in totes, bags, and bulk trucks. so far we have determined that preventative controls are not needed and plan to proceed using only cGMP, which is a decision that needs to be documented.
the question is: other than our hazard analysis and documentation of our decision not to use PCs what records are we required to keep if we do not plan on having any preventative controls?
At a secondary plant we follow Primus for human food and it would be relatively easy to convert any needed documents/policy to meet the animal feed requirements, but I'm looking for a baseline to start from. I've been told from other sources that we will not need a recall, or a supplier approval program.