OT:Manna Pro Uni-Milk-Recall
Manna Pro Recalls Young Animal Feed
May 1st, 2007
It's not known if this is related to the melamine recalls, but Manna Pro is
asking their customers to discard their Uni - Milk milk replacement product
for young animals.
This recall was announced March 30 and is not listed on the FDA site.
From Pet Connection:
Note that the MannaPro recall mentions nothing about poisoned gluten nor
does it mention any report to the FDA. However, it is reasonable to suggest
that this company may be quietly attempting to cover up another case of
Chinese gluten/protein concentrate melamine poisoning. Manna Pro makes
livestock feed for farmers AND inexpensive pet food most often sold at farm
supply stores (but note: The Tractor Supply Company is located in suburban
and even urban areas throughout the US and is popular with suburbanites, not
What is significant here is the penetration of possible highly toxic food
into the category of "Milk Replacer" and "Weaning Formula" for dogs and
cats. Many CTCA Code of Ethics Breeders and others use milk replacers and
weaning formulae routinely, often as a bridge between mother's milk and
puppy food at weaning time. So BEWARE!!! Check ingredient lists carefully.
AND EVERYONE: check ingredient lists with care. Even milk replacers may
contain protein concentrates, grain powders or glutens
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