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A Kentucky based animal health supplement manufacturer is voluntarily recalling three animal optic eye drop products after bacteria was detected in product samples.

Kinetic Vet Recalls Equine Eye Drops Due to Bacteria

Recall Bacteria detected in product samples leads a Kentucky based animal health supplement manufacturer to voluntarily recall three animal eye drop products. Lexington based Kinetic Vet is recalling the following produ...
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Western Milling law Suit Linked to Horses' Monensin Deaths

Western Milling Suit Linked to Horses' Monensin Deaths

The death of more than a dozen California horses linked to monensin tainted horse feed has prompted the filing of a lawsuit. The plaintiffs allege Western Milling, LLC, located in Goshen, was negligent in the manufactur...
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Western Milling Recalls Horse Feed Due to Potential Monensin Contamination

Western Milling Recalls Horse Feed Due to Potential Monensin Contamination

A California based feed mill operation is recalling horse feed due to "potential monensin contamination". Western Milling announced the recall of 50-lb bags of Western Blend horse feed on Friday after three horses died....
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NC Investigators Narrow Contaminated Blister Beetle Hay to 500 Bales

NC Investigators Narrow Contaminated Blister Beetle Hay to 500 Bales

After six horses died from eating alfalfa contaminated with blister beetles, North Carolina officials say they have determined a single load of 500 bales from Kansas was the source of the problem. The hay was delivered th...
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Six Horses Dead from Blister Beetles in Alfalfa

Six Horses Dead, Stop Sale Ordered on Blister Beetle Contaminated Alfalfa: NC Officials

North Carolina officials have issued a stop-sale order on the blister beetle contaminated alfalfa shipped from Kansas. Six horse deaths are now attributed to the tainted hay, according to officials....
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Blister Beetles in Alfalfa Blamed for Death of 4 North Carolina Horses

Blister Beetles in Alfalfa Blamed for 4 NC Horses' Deaths

Four equines in North Carolina have died from striped blister beetle poisoning after eating alfalfa shipped from the midwest. A story you'll only see here in this breaking exclusive......
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Gastrotec Recalled after FDA Warning

Gastrotec Recalled after FDA Warning

A recall has been issued for an equine ulcer product. Tristar Equine Marketing is voluntarily recalling all lots of Gastrotec....
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Bartlett Milling Recalls Equine Feed

Horse Feed Recalled Due to Potential Rumensin Contamination

A horse feed company is issuing a recall of some horse feeds due to a possible Rumensin contamination. Bartlett Milling Company states the feed was distributed in North Carolina, South Carolina,...
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Lakeland Animal Nutrition Issues Voluntary Horse Feed Recall

Lakeland Animal Nutrition Issues Voluntary Horse Feed Recall

A Florida horse feed manufacturer is voluntarily recalling several equine products saying there may be a "quality issue." Lakeland Animal Nutrition issued the recall and is suspending the manufacture and sale of all equin...
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