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Elk Grove Milling, Inc.

San Francisco, CA: (Jul-03-07) The US Environmental Protection Agency brought charges against Elk Grove Milling, Inc., a pesticide production facility, alleging that it produced and distributed an unregistered, mislabeled horse feed containing Rabon, an organophosphate used to control flies in horse feces. The suit claimed that Elk Grove Milling did not accurately report the production, sale and distribution of the pesticide, Stable Mix Plus with Fly Control, a requirement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act. The agency also alleged that the company sold Stable Mix Plus with Fly Control despite the fact that the pesticide was both unregistered and mislabeled, committing a federal offense. In a settlement reached, Elk Grove Milling agreed to pay $12,500 to the Environmental Protection Agency to resolve allegations. [YOSEMITE EPA: HORSE FEED]

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Published on Jul-5-07


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