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Horse Feed Recalled Due to Potential Rumensin Contamination

A horse feed company is issuing a recall of horse feeds due to a possible Rumensin contamination. Bartlett Milling Company states the feed was distributed in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Monensin, known by its trade name, Rumensin is extremely toxic to horses.
The products and lot number involved in the recall are:

50 lb. bags of Bartlett Pasture Horse 10 Feed – Lot 288

50 lb. bags of Cleveland Carolina Champion Horse Feed – Lot 288

The recalled products were packaged in typical brand-specific feed bags. Lot numbers are printed on the front and back of each bag. Retailers have reportedly been alerted to stop the sale of the equine feed. Customers should return their product for a refund.

For more information on the product recall, contact Bartlett Milling 1-336-655-1840 outside of regular business hours.

 

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