CDFA, Western Milling settle adulterated feed investigation

Company has discontinued manufacturing horse and specialty feeds at Goshen facility and will implement process improvements and acquire new equipment.

The California Department of Food & Agriculture's (CDFA) Feed & Livestock Drugs Inspection Program has reached a settlement with animal feed manufacturer Western Milling LLC involving its manufacturing facility in Goshen, Cal.

According to CDFA, in September 2015, the Tulare County facility produced horse feed that was adulterated with monensin, a livestock drug that, when fed to horses, is known to be fatal. The adulterated feed resulted in a number of horse deaths. In 2016,

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