Several news agencies have urged animal owners to pay close attention to recent reports related to goat feed products that have been recalled.
According to the information released in these articles, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has urged consumers to return all packages of Nutrena NatureWise Goat Pellets since it has been discovered that units of this product were mislabeled. The FDA has also encouraged this recall since the substance Decoquinate was found mixed with the product’s ingredients, which is not an not approved ingredient in feeds produced for lactating goats
The official announcement revealed that the recalled product was manufactured and packaged at Cargill’s Montgomery, Alabama on the December 31st, 2011, February 18th, 2012, and February 25th, 2012. The recalled units have the following lot code numbers: 1MG1365, 1MG2056 and 3MG2049.
Consumers are properly advised the products with the lot numbers listed previously should be refrained from being given to goats.
As a licensed Los Angeles Personal Injury Lawyer, I find it very important to keep up with all recall news and I’m glad I’m able to report on this recall. I hope this problem is remedied before any illnesses associated with this recalled feed are reported. Consumers should always keep up with recall alerts to ensure their safety and the safety of their loved ones.
Keep it in mind that you should consider contacting a personal injury lawyer in case you are ever injured or harmed in any way through the use or consumption of a recalled product. Act fast.