Camelot Farms Barn Manager Talks About the Tragic Death of 3 Horses After Consuming Contaminated Feed

Published to YouTube December 30, 2014

Trisha Loomis, barn manager at Camelot Farms, leads a horse to the feeding stable on December 30, 2014. Three horses at the St. Helena Island farm have died in recent weeks and another is critically ill. A Michigan State report found that the feed the horses have been eating is contaminated with Monensin. Monensin is a polyether antibiotic isolated from Streptomyces cinnamonensis.

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