ADM division expands recall to include additional animal feed products

Shares of ADM closed nearly 2% down Thursday
calendar icon 12 April 2024
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Archer-Daniels-Midland said on Thursday its division is expanding a recall to include 17 additional lots of chicken, swine and rabbit feed products due to elevated levels of magnesium, sodium, calcium and/or phosphorus that may harm the animals, reported Reuters.

ADM Animal Nutrition in late March had recalled select Pen Palschicken feed, MoorMan's ShowTec swine feed, AMPT cattle feed and Seniorglo horse feed products.

Elevated levels of sodium can cause reduced feed efficiency and egg production, among others, and can be fatal in chickens, while elevated levels of calcium and/or phosphorus can cause reduced feed intake and feed conversion in swine.

Elevated levels of magnesium and sodium can cause reduced growth rate and weakness in rabbits.

Shares of ADM closed nearly 2% down on Thursday.

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