Saturday, January 29, 2011

FEED RECALL / West Coast

A manufacturer has issued a voluntary recall of horse feed that was distributed in California, Nevada and Oregon because it may contain a medication that can be fatal to horses if fed at high levels.

Missouri-based MANNA PRO PRODUCTS announced Friday it is voluntarily recalling FAMILY FARM COMPLETE HORSE 10 HORSE FEED, LOT NUMBER 1006 because it may contain potentially harmful levels of the medication MONENSIN SODIUM, or RUMENSIN.

The feed was distributed January 11 through January 21 to retailers in these three states. No illnesses or deaths have been reported and retailers have removed it from their stores, but the company says customers who purchased the product should STOP FEEDING IT IMMEDIATELY.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

AQHA's Position Paper

They bury their head in the sand and pretend it's not their fault, and then blame "society" for overwhelming the planet with unwanted horses. Until (someone else) fixes (their) problem, they will HAVE To advocate murdering horses to squeeze just a few more dollars out of ole' Bessie. They make $100 per new foal, so at 150,000 new registrations per year = $15 MILLION Dollars