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Monensin Toxicity Blamed for California Horses' Deaths: Lab

Western Milling Fined $526K for Contaminated Horse Feed: CDFA

The CDFA states horse feed manufacturer Western Milling must pay a $526K fine for producing and selling monensin contaminated horse feed. In California, 49 horses were poisoned....
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Licorice is believed to have died after eating contaminated horse feed made by Tribute.

Horse Owners Sue Kalmbach over Contaminated Equine Feed

An Ohio couple accuses the maker of Tribute Equine Nutrition of knowingly distributing ionophore contaminated equine feed. An FDA investigation asserts Kalmbach manufactured a medicated feed immediately prior to Lot #7...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

KATHRYN FLANIGAN dba BLACK FENCE FARM et al vs. WESTERN MILLING, LLC dba OH KRUSE GRAIN & MILLING, et al.

What led to the deaths of more than a dozen horses in California? The horses' owners filed suit against Western Milling (O.H. Kruse Grain & Milling) for poisoning almost 50 horses with monensin, a deadly toxin. Get the...
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My Horse is Not a Chattel, but Family

My Horse is Not a Chattel, Sir

In the presence of the horse feed recalls, one can only wonder how the aggrieved could possibly be compensated for the losses suffered. In most states, horses, like all animals, are known as chattel. Chattel, under the law...
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Lab: Equine Feed from Alltech Subsidiary Contaminated with Monensin

Lab: Equine Feed Contaminated with Monensin

"There is no future for these horses. It is just how and when they will die," says Debra Buis, the mother of two horse crazy teenagers fighting a valiant, but losing battle. "It is a nightmare."...
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