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Report on the occurrence of mycotoxins in Chinese feedstuffs – 2018

This report is a statistical summary of the more than 1000 analysis that we made in our laboratory of clinical services during 2018. Determinations of total aflatoxins (AFLA), vomitoxin (DON), fumonisins (FUM), T2-toxin (T2) and zearalenone (ZEN), and were carried out in samples of feedstuffs provided by our Chinese customers. GENERAL VIEW OF MYCOTOXIN CONTAMINATION […]

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Importance of leaky gut syndrome in farm animals

A syndrome called “leaky gut” has gained quite a bit of attention lately in human medicine.  The term “leaky gut syndrome” is used to describe the condition of “hyperpermeable intestines” that takes place when the intestinal lining becomes more porous and its barrier function is no longer functioning properly. The fallout results in larger, undigested […]

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We are experts in gut health

THE CONCEPT OF GUT HEALTH Gut Health is of vital importance to the performance of production animals. A healthy gastrointestinal tract allows to reduce or eliminate the use of antibiotic growth promoters. Gut health is the absence of disease so that the animal is able to perform its physiological functions and withstand exogenous and endogenous stressors. […]

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Report on the occurrence of mycotoxins in Chinese feedstuffs 2017

This report is a statistical summary of the more than 1100 analysis that we made in our laboratory of clinical services during 2017. Determinations of total aflatoxins (AFLA), vomitoxin (DON), fumonisins (FUM), T2-toxin (T2) and zearalenone (ZEN), and were carried out in samples of feedstuffs provided by our Chinese customers. GENERAL VIEW OF MYCOTOXIN CONTAMINATION […]

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Toxicity by mycotoxins in laying hens

Contamination by mycotoxins impairs the health of the hen, its productivity and egg quality Contamination by mycotoxins has a negative impact on the economic return of egg producers, not only due to productivity losses, but also because of their consequences on the health of the layers and on egg quality. Laying hens are more susceptible […]

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Signs of mycotoxicosis in new born piglets

New born piglets may show toxicity signs related to zearalenone or aflatoxins Mycotoxins are commonly present in swine feed. Pregnant and lactating sows are highly susceptible and mycotoxin contamination triggers a variety of clinical signs together with the worsening of productive parameters. But the negative effects of mycotoxins are not limited to the sows themselves. […]

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Case of success: preventing gizzard problems with PlusBind and PlusProtect Digestive

A combination of PlusBind and PlusProtect Digestive is very effective to prevent proventriculus and gizzard problems Gizzard problems are a common problem in farms all around the world. It is estimated that between 15% and 25% of the birds routinely necropsied, either broilers, breeders or layers, suffer from proventriculus or gizzard erosions. In recent years, […]

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The risks by mycotoxins in shrimps

The toxicity of mycotoxins in shrimps is less studied The risk by mycotoxin contamination is often overlooked by the shrimp industry, but the reality is that shrimps are quite sensitive to mycotoxins and that the occurrence of contaminated feeds is high, especially in warm and humid climates. Research shows that in Asia 95% of the […]

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How mycotoxins impair the immunity of your pigs?

Immunosuppression is one of the most important consequences of mycotoxin contamination of pig feed Pigs, like human beings and all other vertebrates, show two kinds of immune responses: Innate immune response: it is present since birth and it is always ready to mobilize and fight microbes at the site of infection. Innate immunity is very fast […]

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Mycotoxins in pet foods

Mycotoxins pose a serious health risk our beloved pets The repercussion of mycotoxin contamination in pet food is less studied than their toxicity on farm animals, but several fatal outbreaks that happened in recent years raised awareness on the seriousness of the problem. Raw materials that are potentially contaminated with mycotoxins, such as grains and […]

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