Originally Posted by Cristy Reehl
Thankyou I couldn't agree more. Still wondering if it was accidently added or if the makers of this feed are falsely advertizing that it's safe for horses in what they consider normal amounts.
I would assume accidentally added. They'd be up for serious fines from the FDA for not labeling their products that contain rumensin, not to mention they'd be losing money from medicating feed when they don't have to. It happens occasionally with feeds that are not formulated specifically for horses and are processed in the same facilities as cattle feeds which normally include rumensin/monensin. It's one of the many reasons I would never feed that type of product to my horse