KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Minnesota company has recalled some of its poultry feed products because they lack added vitamin D.
Land O’Lakes Purina Feed LLC says in a release Thursday that insufficient vitamin D in a bird’s diet for more than a couple weeks can cause bone problems and other issues in the poultry. The company says there haven’t been any reports of illness associated with the products.
The recalled products were manufactured between May 23 and July 20 at feed plants in Milford, Ind.; Nashville, Tenn.; and St. Joseph, Mo. They were sold nationwide under certain Purina and DuMOR poultry feed brand names.
The company says more information on the recall can be found online.
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