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RECALL UPDATE: ADM Animal Nutrition Expands Recalled Product List

UPDATE 6/12/2024:

On June 10th, ADM Animal Nutrition announced yet another recall update. No illnesses have been reported yet, but the company added more lots to the list of animal food with elevated levels of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, and/or chloride.


This recall could now affect cows, horses, chickens, goats, pigs, sheep, rabbits, deer, and even llamas. Click here to view the updated full list of affected products. All other information about this recall is the same as what's listed below.


Original Post (4/12/2024):

Just over a week ago on April 1st, 2024, ADM Animal Nutrition recalled several lots of chicken, pig, horse, and cow feed due to elevated levels of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, and/or chloride. On April 11th, the FDA expanded this recall to include more chicken and pig food while also adding rabbit food to the list.


If you currently care for any chickens, pigs, or rabbits, keep reading to make sure the food you use isn't listed.


pink pig at farm

Which Products Were Recalled?

Below is a list of products added to the recall, according to the FDA's website:

  • Pen Pals Chicken Starter-Grower 25-lb bag

    • Product #: 70009AAA46

    • Lot #: 506700QN

  • Pen Pals Chicken Starter-Grower 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 70009AAA44

    • Lot #: 505899QN

  • Pen Pals Egg Maker Complete 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 70010AAAE4

    • Lot #: 506951QN

  • MaxLean GF Concentrate 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 12354AAA

    • Lot #: 505220QN

  • ShowTec Sow Ration with Thermal Care 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 12343AAA

    • Lot #: 505713QN

  • ShowTec BB 18 BMD 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 18241AGNE4

    • Lot #: 505851QN or 507629QN

  • ShowTec BB 18 BMD/DBZ 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 18241PLM

    • Lot #: 508364QN

  • ShowTec Hi Fat 18 BMD 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 18007AGNE4

    • Lot #: 507522QN or 506742QN

  • ShowTec Lo Fat 15 BMD 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 15350AGN

    • Lot #: 507904QN

  • MoorMan's ShowTec Hi Fat 16 BMD 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 16700AGN

    • Lot #: 507106QN

  • MoorMan's ShowTec Burst Starter w/DF DEN 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 24320CVW

    • Lot #: 506750QN

  • MoorMan’s ShowTec Sale Burst w/DF CTC/DEN 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 24320AYWE4

    • Lot #: 507676QN or 506746QN

  • Pen Pals Professional Show Rabbit Feed 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 81657AAA

    • Lot #: 505348QN

  • Pen Pals Professional Rabbit 18 50-lb bag

    • Product #: 80033AAA

    • Lot #: 506954QN


The lot number can be found at the bottom of these food labels. Click here to see an example of what the food labels look like.


Several complaints led to a recall expansion. Four customers complained about ShowTec BB 18 BMD after their pigs showed little to no interest in the food, despite loving it in the past. One of those pigs suffered tummy troubles. One customer also complained about their pig not wanting to eat MoorMan’s ShowTec Sale Burst w/DF CTC/DEN.


Rabbit food was added to the recall because three customers complained about their rabbits losing interest in Pen Pals Professional Rabbit 18.


group of rabbits eating

What Risks Are Involved with the Recalled Food?

Feeding the recalled food could be dangerous or even deadly for chickens, pigs, and rabbits. However, the food will have different effects on each species.


Chickens could face increased thirst, decreased appetite, reduced egg production, and a reduced growth rate. In rare cases, it could be fatal for chickens. Pigs may experience a reluctance to eat and digestive issues. Rabbits may deal with loose stools, weakness, and a reduced growth rate.


What to Do with the Recalled Food

If you have one of the recalled products, stop feeding it to your animals immediately. Return it to your place of purchase or directly to ADM Animal Nutrition to get a full refund. For questions about this recall, you can contact ADM Animal Nutrition at 800-217-2007 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT Monday through Friday.


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