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3 ways binders based on silicates improve productivity of layers and breeders

3 ways binders based on silicates improve productivity of layers and breeders

Binders based on silicates are widely used in poultry farming nowadays. In recent years, silicate-based products have evolved from focusing solely on the binding of aflatoxins to become complex materials with high binding capacities for all mycotoxins. The latest generation of silicates shows binding rates for difficult-to-bind mycotoxins equal or better than products based on […]

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Moldy feed, consequences beyond mycotoxins

Moldy feed, consequences beyond mycotoxins

Spring is coming in the Northern Hemisphere and soon the weather will be warm and humid. Spring and Summer are the times at which farmers are more concerned by the presence of molds and their best known metabolites: mycotoxins. But, as we shall see later, neither mycotoxin contamination is particularly linked to the warm and […]

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Mycotoxin contamination in crops affected by 2012 drought

Mycotoxin contamination in crops affected by 2012 drought

In 2012, the worst drought in more than half a century has affected USA and Mexico, as a result of the La Niña phenomenon and probably also linked to global warming. Other countries have suffered periods of abnormally high temperatures this summer, such as North Korea, UK, South Europe, Germany and some African countries. Such […]

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