The product has elevated copper levels

By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs

January 31, 2019

PhotoPurina Animal Nutrition is recalling two lots of Purina Honor Show Chow Showlamb Grower.

The product has elevated copper levels, which can cause health issues and potential mortality in sheep.

Symptoms of copper toxicity in sheep include: lethargy and anemia, grinding of teeth, thirst, off feed/poor appetite, pale to yellow mucous membranes, red/dark purple colored urine and recumbency. Death usually occurs one to two days after onset of clinical symptoms.

One customer has reported mortality in four sheep that may be associated with these two lots.

The following lot numbers of the feed, which is packaged in purple branded Purina Honor Show Chow bags, are being recalled:

Formula No. Item No. Description Lot No.
552S 3004494-506 Purina Honor Show Chow Showlamb Grower 8SEP10WIL1
552S 3004494-506 Purina Honor Show Chow Showlamb Grower 8SEP18WIL1

The lot numbers are on the sewing strip of each bag

The recalled product was distributed in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.

What to do

Customers who purchased this product should return remaining bags to their retailer.

Consumers with questions may contact customer service at (800) 227-8941 from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday.

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/recalls/purina-animal-nutrition-recalls-lamb-feed-013119.html