ADM Animal Nutrition Adds 17 More Lots to Chicken, Swine, Rabbit Feed Recall

ADM Animal Nutrition, a division of ADM (NYSE: ADM), has announced an expansion of its recall initially issued on March 30, 2024. The expansion includes additional products due to heightened levels of magnesium, sodium, calcium, and/or phosphorus. The affected products are as follows:

  • Pen Pals® Chicken Starter-Grower (Product Nos. 70009AAA46 and 70009AAA44)
  • Pen Pals Egg Maker Complete (Product No. 70010AAAE4)
  • MaxLean GF Concentrate (Product No. 12354AAA)
  • ShowTec Sow Ration with Thermal Care (Product No. 12343AAA)
  • ShowTec BB 18 BMD (Product No. 18241AGNE4)
  • ShowTec BB 18 BMD/DBZ (Product No. 18241PLM)
  • ShowTec Hi Fat 18 BMD (Product No. 18007AGNE4)
  • ShowTec Lo Fat 15 BMD (Product No. 15350AGN)
  • MoorMan’s ShowTec Hi Fat 16 BMD (Product No. 16700AGN)
  • MoorMan’s ShowTec Burst Starter w/DF DEN (Product No. 24320CVW)
  • MoorMan’s ShowTec Sale Burst w/DF CTC/DEN (Product No. 24320AYWE4)
  • Pen Pals® Professional Show Rabbit Feed (Product No. 81657AAA)
  • Pen Pals Professional Rabbit 18 (Product No. 80033AAA)

Elevated levels of sodium may lead to increased water consumption, reduced feed efficiency, egg production, and growth rate, which could be fatal for chickens. Similarly, heightened levels of calcium and/or phosphorus might cause reduced feed intake and feed conversion in swine. In rabbits, elevated levels of magnesium and sodium can result in loose stools, reduced growth rate, and weakness.

Four customer complaints have been reported concerning the consumption of ShowTec BB 18 BMD, three regarding low consumption, and one reporting an animal’s refusal to eat accompanied by belly pain. Additionally, three customers have complained of low consumption related to Pen Pals Professional Rabbit 18, and one customer reported low consumption associated with MoorMan’s ShowTec Sale Burst w/DF CTC/DEN.

Customers are advised to locate the lot number at the bottom of the label and visit the provided link to view images of the labels involved. Those who have purchased the recalled feed are urged to cease usage immediately and return it to their distributor or directly to ADM Animal Nutrition for a full refund. For any inquiries, customers can contact 800-217-2007 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Central time Monday through Friday.

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