Recall: Nutrena Goat Pellets

Unlabeled ingredient in Nutrena Naturewise Goat Pellets is not approved for lactating goats.

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by Heidi StrawnMarch 12, 2012
Nutrena NatureWise Goat Feed
Cargill recalled three lots Nutrena NatureWise Goat Pellets in 50-pound bags.

Cargill Animal Nutrition voluntarily recalled three lots of Nutrena NatureWise Goat Pellets on Wednesday due to a labeling error.

The 50-pound packages failed to indicate that the feed contains decoquinate, a medicated article for the prevention of coccidiosis, which is not approved for lactating goats.

The goat pellets were manufactured at Cargill’s Montgomery, Ala., facility on Dec. 31, 2011; Feb. 18, 2012; and Feb. 25, 2012. The pellets were distributed in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and North Carolina.

Check your NatureWise Goat Pellet package label for the following lot codes:

Lot CodeDate Code
1MG13651MG1DEC31
3MG20493MG2FEB18
1MG20561MG2FEB25

Cargill urges consumers with these packages of goat feed to return opened or unopened bags to the place of purchase for a full refund or replacement.

 

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