Westport, Connecticut-based H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc. said it was recalling three livestock feed ingredients after a sample tested by the Food and Drug Administration was positive for cattle meat and bone meal.
Cattle tissue may have contaminated two feed ingredients given to dairy cows - Pro-Lak and Pro-Amino II - made by H.J. Baker between August 2005 and June. The third recalled ingredient, Pro-Pak with Porcine Meat and Bone, is used in poultry feed and was mislabeled.
The company shipped the ingredients to feed manufacturers and dairy farms in the following states: Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi and Tennessee. Customers are being notified of the voluntary recall.