Horses Die from Contaminated Feed

The FDA is investigating horse feed from Gilman Co-Op Creamery in Gilman, MN that contained monensin, an animal drug, that has killed six horses from the same owner after eating it. Monensin is included in feed for cattle and the FDA found that the feed manufacturer failed to clean and have in place controls to prevent commingling and contamination that caused the toxic drug to be mixed into horse feed. Andersen Sleater Sianni attorneys represent persons who have been harmed as a result of adulteration of products or receiving products that are not what they are represented to be. Click here to read more about the horse feed contamination.

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