Original Publish Date: March 23, 2016

MFA Incorporated is recalling bagged and bulk MFA 16 percent and 17 percent rabbit feed, which were distributed to MFA retail stores in southwest Missouri.

Three lot numbers, 214865, 216032 and 217178, contain excess salt. Lot numbers appear on the feed tag attached to the bags.

The company became aware of problems with the feed after a consumer complaint of animal illness and deaths.

In addition to the above lot numbers, the company is recalling lot 213802 of bagged MFA 16 percent rabbit pellets and lots 213877, 216427 and 217549 of MFA 17 percent rabbit pellets.

MFA is also recalling bulk rabbit feed delivered between January 15 and March 1. The lot numbers included are 213207, 213898, 214890, 217243, 218665 and 218666.

Customers with rabbit pellets bearing any of the above numbers should return the feed to the store where it was purchased for credit or replacement.


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