Paul Everett passed away early in the morning on January 1. Although he had lived with Parkinson’s, multiple myeloma, and heart disease for years, his death was quick and unexpected. He was an extraordinary person – a musician, a maker, a preacher, an engineer, a thinker, and an enthusiastic pursuer of whimsy. He experienced wonder easily, and fell in love with all manner of ideas, artists, folk music, and games; his passions were sufficiently interesting and infectious that he gathered communities around himself. He was loved by many. Please join us on January 14th, 1pm, to remember him and celebrate his life. You can join us in person at 29 Grant Ave n Endicott, NY, or via livestream at Living Hope Church, Endicott New York
We are sad to hear that longtime Illinois harness horsemen Bruce Krause has passed away.
Steve Wagoner has passed away. Click here for more. https://www.edwardsfh.net/obituaries/steve-wagoner
Out of an abundance of caution Manzanola Feeds is voluntarily recalling certain lots of Top of the Rockies Alfalfa Cubes because it has the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, an organism that can cause severe and potentially fatal toxicity in animals eating the contaminated food or coming into contact with contact areas that have been exposed to the product. Common symptoms may include dizziness, blurred or double vision, trouble with vocalizing or swallowing, difficulty breathing, muscle weakness, abdominal distension, and constipation. Animals experiencing these symptoms should receive immediate medical attention.
The recalled product was distributed directly to the following states: AR, CO, IL, KS, LA, MO, NM, OK, TX, WI. Further distribution may be possible, so it is important to check if you have this product.
The recalled Top of the Rockies Alfalfa Cubes are approximately 1 inch cubes, packaged in a 50 pound bag, and they are labeled with the following codes: 111222, 111322, 111422, 111522 and 111622. The code can be found on the front of the bag, towards the top of the bag. It is usually in the white portion of the bag, but can sometimes be found in the brown portion of the bag.
- Read the full recall the recall notice HERE (this link includes updated code numbers)
The Illinois Harness Horsemen wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. We hope and pray for a healthy and prosperous New Year. Peace and Blessings to all.