Cargill recalls poultry feed due to incorrect calcium levels
CHICAGO Nov 27 (Reuters) - U.S. agribusiness Cargill Inc said on Wednesday it recalled two of its poultry feeds due to incorrect levels of calcium, a feed additive to promote bone growth.
Cargill's Nutrena NatureWise poultry feeds were manufactured between May 1 and Nov. 21 at its facilities in Flora, Illinois; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Abilene, Texas; and Mineola, Texas.
Products were sold under the names NatureWise Meatbird NatureWise Chick Starter Grower in 40-lb or 50-lb bags.
Details of the recall are available at www.cargill.com/feed/poultry-feed-recall
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