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  • FDA Warning: Animal Feed Seizure--Cincinnati/Florence KY area

    Cross post as necessary, as it affects livestock feeds as well as horse feeds:

    FDA NEWS RELEASE

    For Immediate Release: July 20, 2009
    Media Inquiries: Siobhan DeLancey, 202-510-4177, siobhan.delancey@fda.hhs.gov
    Consumer Inquiries: 888-INFO-FDA

    FDA: Adulterated Animal Feed Seized

    Filthy conditions, failure to correct violations prompted action at Kentucky facility

    At the request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. marshals today seized livestock and horse feeds stored under filthy conditions at the Bi-County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association, Inc., in Florence, Ky

    "The FDA will not tolerate a company’s failure to adequately control and prevent filth in its facility,” said Michael Chappell, the FDA’s acting associate commissioner for regulatory affairs. “The FDA is prepared to use whatever legal means are necessary and appropriate to keep potentially contaminated products out of the marketplace.”

    During a recent inspection of the Bi-County feed mill, FDA investigators discovered live and dead mice and evidence of bird activity throughout the facility. FDA laboratory analysis of samples collected during the inspection confirmed the presence of rodent urine, rodent feces, rodent hairs, and rodent-gnawed holes in bags, in and around food products.

    Acting on a warrant issued by the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky, marshals seized all FDA-regulated food products exposed to rodent and bird contamination at the facility. The seized products violate the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act because they were kept in conditions in which they may have become contaminated with filth.

    Bi-County manufactures feed and stores commercial feeds received through interstate commerce. The products are sold locally to farms and stables. The products sold by Bi-County include:

    15% Hog Grower & Finisher Feed
    Agriflex Betonite
    AIM Magnesium Oxide 56%
    Barley Flakes
    Beef, Land O’Lakes Steak Maker Grower
    Bi-County 17% Layer Mash
    Bi-County Coop Farm Ration
    Bi-County Coop Ground Shell Corn
    Bi-County Feed Oats
    Bi-County Shell Corn
    Bi-County Super 12 Plus
    Bio-Cube Alfalfa Cubes
    Calf Manna, Manna Pro
    Cattle Mineral Triple Trust
    Champions Choice Mix-N-Fine Salt
    Champions Choice Trace Mineral Salt
    Coastal Brand Poultry Shell
    Country Acres Horse Feed
    Crimped Oats
    Diamond Crystal Pellets, water softener
    Diamond Yeast Culture
    Equine Merit Horse Balancer
    Farmer’s Friend Vitamin A, D & E
    Feed Grade Sodium Bicarbonate
    Gran-I-Grit, Mt. Airy insoluble
    Herd Maker Supreme
    High Calcium Hydrated Lime
    HomeGrown Game Bird & Poultry
    Horsemans’s Edge Pelleted
    Kemin Calcium Proprionate
    Land O’ Lakes Calf Primer
    Layena
    Legends Grow & Perform
    Legends Racing Textured
    Legends Show & Pleasure
    Limestone Calcium Carbonate
    Merry Mixer Dehydrated Alfala
    Pork Supreme LG Premix 100/75
    Purina Chow Turkey Starter
    Purina Omalene 100
    Purina Pig Startena
    Purina Start & Grow Sunfresh
    Rabbit Pellets 25 lbs.
    Reliance Pleasure 11T
    Reliance Pleasure HP
    S.S. Dairy 18% Supreme Dairy
    Scratch Feed
    Solvent Extracted Soybean Meal
    Tizwhiz Train N Maintain
    Triple Crown Complete
    Triple Crown Growth
    Triple Crown Senior Formula
    Triple Trust 20-15 Red Calf Manna Milk Replacer
    Triple Trust Dried Molasses
    Triple Trust Feed Dicalium Phosphate
    Triple Trust Horse Feed
    Triple Trust Rabbit Pellets
    Triple Trust Textured Goat Feed
    Ultralyx Dried Distillers Grains

    Purchasers of these products should not feed them to animals and should discard them. In addition, purchasers should thoroughly wash their hands after handling the products.

    James A. Zerhusen, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky, filed the complaint requesting the seizure, and his office will continue to coordinate with the FDA to ensure proper disposition of the seized items.

    #
    Life would be infinitely better if pinatas suddenly appeared throughout the day.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Sing Mia Song View Post
    Cross post as necessary, as it affects livestock feeds as well as horse feeds:
    James A. Zerhusen, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky, filed the complaint requesting the seizure, and his office will continue to coordinate with the FDA to ensure proper disposition of the seized items.

    #
    that must have been one NASTY place....
    Production Acres,Pro A Welsh Cobs
    I am one of the last 210,000 remaining full time farmers in America.We feed the others.

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    • #3
      That place must have been disgustingly vile for the FDA to take that step.
      Brothers and sisters, I bid you beware
      Of giving your heart to a dog to tear.
      -Rudyard Kipling

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      • #4
        <>< Sorrow Looks Back. Worry Looks Around. Faith Looks Up! -- Being negative only makes a difficult journey more difficult. You may be given a cactus, but you don't have to sit on it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Sing Mia Song View Post

          During a recent inspection of the Bi-County feed mill, FDA investigators discovered live and dead mice and evidence of bird activity throughout the facility.
          This line makes me wonder a little.

          Of course there are signs of bird activity. What feed store does not have some birds flying about loose inside. Heck, there are sometimes birds in the ceiling at the grocery story (which they some how get rid of).

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          • #6
            Why I buy Seminole Feeds.

            Hope all the horses who have gotten that contaminated feed are ok.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cloudyandcallie View Post
              Why I buy Seminole Feeds.
              This wasn't just a manufacturer--they also stored other commercial feeds.

              Triple Crown is on par with Seminole and it was included. It (and others)wasn't manufactured under bad conditions, only that the distributor stored it that way.

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              • #8
                Cincinnati Equirer 7-20-09 "FDA raids Boone feed store"

                The co-op was last inspected in 2004, and no violations were found then.

                Longtime manager Rusty Barton said the feed seized on Friday had just been delivered last week, and an exterminator visits the co-op weekly.

                He doesn’t believe the co-op has a mouse problem.

                “If you go into any feed mill in the country – any farm – you’ll find ’em,” he said. “You can’t keep ’em out.”

                The 78-year-old co-op consists of the feed mill and a store on about five acres at Weaver Road and Dixie Highway (US 25).

                Barton, 65, has worked there for 44 years, including 27 as manager. He said the co-op has hired an attorney.

                “They got it all blown out of proportion,” he said. “They’ve put our name in a bad position, and I don’t know what we’re going to do about that.”
                “The FDA investigators inspect many feed mills, and they clearly felt this operation was violative enough to warrant a seizure, as did the court,” FDA Spokeswoman Siobhan DeLancey said.
                Although in fact with canned tuna fish there is an allowable and legal amount of rat hairs (yes) allowed per can for human consumption

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Glimmerglass View Post
                  Although in fact with canned tuna fish there is an allowable and legal amount of rat hairs (yes) allowed per can for human consumption
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                  • #10
                    Wow! I was in Florence, KY, this a.m. to pick up a TB coming to my farm. The farm she was at fed that Bi County brand of feed! I noticed it when I asked what she was eating and thought it sounded like an odd brand. Holy smokes...

                    The mare I brought back looks ok...I just checked her a few minutes ago to make sure she was settling in OK...good grief... I'm glad you posted this. I'll keep a close eye on her.

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                    • #11
                      Yikes

                      This brought back my nightmare of early Jan - April where my horses did get bad feed. Be it the TC or whatever else it may have been. Never did I think it was the manufacturer but rather, where it was stored and purchased from. Hope all the horses and animals that may be effected pull through.
                      Our horses are not seen as the old and disabled they may have become, but rather as the mighty steeds they once believed themselves to be.

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                      • #12
                        Feed Recall

                        Only if you buy from this particular store but thought I'd put it out there since there is horse feed involved:

                        http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsro.../ucm172768.htm

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                        • #13
                          FDA WARNING ABOUT HORSE FEEDS

                          FDA NEWS RELEASE

                          For Immediate Release: July 20, 2009

                          Media Inquiries: Siobhan DeLancey, 202-510-4177, siobhan.delancey@fda.hhs.gov
                          Consumer Inquiries: 888-INFO-FDA
                          FDA: Adulterated Animal Feed Seized
                          Filthy conditions, failure to correct violations prompted action at Kentucky facility

                          At the request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. marshals today seized livestock and horse feeds stored under filthy conditions at the Bi-County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association, Inc., in Florence, Ky.

                          “The FDA will not tolerate a company’s failure to adequately control and prevent filth in its facility,” said Michael Chappell, the FDA’s acting associate commissioner for regulatory affairs. “The FDA is prepared to use whatever legal means are necessary and appropriate to keep potentially contaminated products out of the marketplace.”

                          During a recent inspection of the Bi-County feed mill, FDA investigators discovered live and dead mice and evidence of bird activity throughout the facility. FDA laboratory analysis of samples collected during the inspection confirmed the presence of rodent urine, rodent feces, rodent hairs, and rodent-gnawed holes in bags, in and around food products.

                          Acting on a warrant issued by the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky, marshals seized all FDA-regulated food products exposed to rodent and bird contamination at the facility. The seized products violate the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act because they were kept in conditions in which they may have become contaminated with filth.

                          Bi-County manufactures feed and stores commercial feeds received through interstate commerce. The products are sold locally to farms and stables.
                          The products sold by Bi-County include:

                          15% Hog Grower & Finisher Feed
                          Agriflex Betonite
                          AIM Magnesium Oxide 56%
                          Barley Flakes
                          Beef, Land O’Lakes Steak Maker Grower
                          Bi-County 17% Layer Mash
                          Bi-County Coop Farm Ration
                          Bi-County Coop Ground Shell Corn
                          Bi-County Feed Oats
                          Bi-County Shell Corn
                          Bi-County Super 12 Plus
                          Bio-Cube Alfalfa Cubes
                          Calf Manna, Manna Pro
                          Cattle Mineral Triple Trust
                          Champions Choice Mix-N-Fine Salt
                          Champions Choice Trace Mineral Salt
                          Coastal Brand Poultry Shell
                          Country Acres Horse Feed
                          Crimped Oats
                          Diamond Crystal Pellets, water softener
                          Diamond Yeast Culture
                          Equine Merit Horse Balancer
                          Farmer’s Friend Vitamin A, D & E
                          Feed Grade Sodium Bicarbonate
                          Gran-I-Grit, Mt. Airy insoluble
                          Herd Maker Supreme
                          High Calcium Hydrated Lime
                          HomeGrown Game Bird & Poultry
                          Horsemans’s Edge Pelleted
                          Kemin Calcium Proprionate
                          Land O’ Lakes Calf Primer
                          Layena
                          Legends Grow & Perform
                          Legends Racing Textured
                          Legends Show & Pleasure
                          Limestone Calcium Carbonate
                          Merry Mixer Dehydrated Alfala
                          Pork Supreme LG Premix 100/75
                          Purina Chow Turkey Starter
                          Purina Omalene 100
                          Purina Pig Startena
                          Purina Start & Grow Sunfresh
                          Rabbit Pellets 25 lbs.
                          Reliance Pleasure 11T
                          Reliance Pleasure HP
                          S.S. Dairy 18% Supreme Dairy
                          Scratch Feed
                          Solvent Extracted Soybean Meal
                          Tizwhiz Train N Maintain
                          Triple Crown Complete
                          Triple Crown Growth
                          Triple Crown Senior Formula
                          Triple Trust 20-15 Red Calf Manna Milk Replacer
                          Triple Trust Dried Molasses
                          Triple Trust Feed Dicalium Phosphate
                          Triple Trust Horse Feed
                          Triple Trust Rabbit Pellets
                          Triple Trust Textured Goat Feed
                          Ultralyx Dried Distillers Grains

                          Purchasers of these products should not feed them to animals and should discard them. In addition, purchasers should thoroughly wash their hands after handling the products.
                          --Gwen <><
                          "Treat others as you want to be treated and be the change you want to see in the world."
                          http://www.thepenzancehorse.com

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                          • #14
                            Already posted.

                            http://chronicleforums.com/Forum/sho...d.php?t=215333

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                            • #15
                              thanks for posting. This is a nightmare. If you can't trust your feeds....
                              www.ncsporthorse.com

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by Glimmerglass View Post
                                Although in fact with canned tuna fish there is an allowable and legal amount of rat hairs (yes) allowed per can for human consumption
                                Just about every packaged food product has an allowable and legal amount of vermin contamination.

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                                • #17
                                  [QUOTE] we owned a Purina store....sure there are birds and mice and the occasional coon and skunk and some genius always thinks you need some Feluk ridden barn cats

                                  BUT

                                  this warranted the FDA....folks that means accumulated filth...mucho much nasty nasty.... and it was not just the milled feeds but the stored grains from I counted about 7 other feed companies....

                                  best
                                  Last edited by Tamara in TN; Jul. 21, 2009, 11:07 AM.
                                  Production Acres,Pro A Welsh Cobs
                                  I am one of the last 210,000 remaining full time farmers in America.We feed the others.

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                                  • #18
                                    Contaminated feed in KY

                                    FDA NEWS RELEASE
                                    For Immediate Release: July 20, 2009

                                    Media Inquiries: Siobhan DeLancey, 202-510-4177,
                                    siobhan.delancey@fda.hhs.gov
                                    Consumer Inquiries: 888-INFO-FDA

                                    FDA: Adulterated Animal Feed Seized

                                    Filthy conditions, failure to correct violations prompted action at
                                    Kentucky facility
                                    At the request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. marshals
                                    today seized livestock and horse feeds stored under filthy conditions at
                                    the Bi-County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association, Inc., in Florence, Ky.

                                    "The FDA will not tolerate a company´s failure to adequately control and
                                    prevent filth in its facility," said Michael Chappell, the FDA´s acting
                                    associate commissioner for regulatory affairs. "The FDA is prepared to use
                                    whatever legal means are necessary and appropriate to keep potentially
                                    contaminated products out of the marketplace."
                                    During a recent inspection of the Bi-County feed mill, FDA investigators
                                    discovered live and dead mice and evidence of bird activity throughout the
                                    facility. FDA laboratory analysis of samples collected during the
                                    inspection confirmed the presence of rodent urine, rodent feces, rodent
                                    hairs, and rodent-gnawed holes in bags, in and around food products.
                                    Acting on a warrant issued by the U.S. District Court in the Eastern
                                    District of Kentucky, marshals seized all FDA-regulated food products
                                    exposed to rodent and bird contamination at the facility. The seized
                                    products violate the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act because they were
                                    kept in conditions in which they may have become contaminated with filth.
                                    Bi-County manufactures feed and stores commercial feeds received through
                                    interstate commerce. The products are sold locally to farms and
                                    stables. The products sold by Bi-County include:

                                    15% Hog Grower & Finisher Feed
                                    Agriflex Betonite
                                    AIM Magnesium Oxide 56%
                                    Barley Flakes
                                    Beef, Land O´Lakes Steak Maker Grower
                                    Bi-County 17% Layer Mash
                                    Bi-County Coop Farm Ration
                                    Bi-County Coop Ground Shell Corn
                                    Bi-County Feed Oats
                                    Bi-County Shell Corn
                                    Bi-County Super 12 Plus
                                    Bio-Cube Alfalfa Cubes
                                    Calf Manna, Manna Pro
                                    Cattle Mineral Triple Trust
                                    Champions Choice Mix-N-Fine Salt
                                    Champions Choice Trace Mineral Salt
                                    Coastal Brand Poultry Shell
                                    Country Acres Horse Feed
                                    Crimped Oats
                                    Diamond Crystal Pellets, water softener
                                    Diamond Yeast Culture
                                    Equine Merit Horse Balancer
                                    Farmer´s Friend Vitamin A, D & E
                                    Feed Grade Sodium Bicarbonate
                                    Gran-I-Grit, Mt. Airy insoluble
                                    Herd Maker Supreme
                                    High Calcium Hydrated Lime
                                    HomeGrown Game Bird & Poultry
                                    Horsemans´s Edge Pelleted
                                    Kemin Calcium Proprionate
                                    Land O´ Lakes Calf Primer
                                    Layena
                                    Legends Grow & Perform
                                    Legends Racing Textured
                                    Legends Show & Pleasure
                                    Limestone Calcium Carbonate
                                    Merry Mixer Dehydrated Alfala
                                    Pork Supreme LG Premix 100/75
                                    Purina Chow Turkey Starter
                                    Purina Omalene 100
                                    Purina Pig Startena
                                    Purina Start & Grow Sunfresh
                                    Rabbit Pellets 25 lbs.
                                    Reliance Pleasure 11T
                                    Reliance Pleasure HP
                                    S.S. Dairy 18% Supreme Dairy
                                    Scratch Feed
                                    Solvent Extracted Soybean Meal
                                    Tizwhiz Train N Maintain
                                    Triple Crown Complete
                                    Triple Crown Growth
                                    Triple Crown Senior Formula
                                    Triple Trust 20-15 Red Calf Manna Milk Replacer
                                    Triple Trust Dried Molasses
                                    Triple Trust Feed Dicalium Phosphate
                                    Triple Trust Horse Feed
                                    Triple Trust Rabbit Pellets
                                    Triple Trust Textured Goat Feed
                                    Ultralyx Dried Distillers Grains

                                    Purchasers of these products should not feed them to animals and should
                                    discard them. In addition, purchasers should thoroughly wash their hands
                                    after handling the products.
                                    James A. Zerhusen, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky,
                                    filed the complaint requesting the seizure, and his office will continue to
                                    coordinate with the FDA to ensure proper disposition of the seized items.
                                    www.oakhollowstable.blogspot.com

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by Tamara in TN View Post
                                      .. this warranted the FDA....folks that means accumulated filth...mucho much nasty nasty.... and it was not just the milled feeds but the stored grains from I counted about 7 other feed companies....
                                      To be clear I cited the Enquirer article and excerpted the remarks of the owner only to illustrate his comments and their counter arguments. I in no way suggested the FDA was railroading this outfit rather the FDA's press release was already cited and this was the only "new" piece of the story since the Friday raid.

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                                      • #20
                                        Thanks for the heads-up.
                                        from sunridge1 Go get 'em Roy! Stupid clown shoe nailing, acid pouring bast@rds.

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