Douglas Zaviezo from Special Nutrients, speaks about fumonisins at VIV Asia March 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Dr. Oscar Queiroz, Agricultural Engineer and M.Sc. in Animal Nutrition at Teknal, speaks about main concerns that producers have regarding mycotoxins
Fernando Tamames, President of Special Nutrients, talks about mycotoxins in aquacuaculture and about the benefits of the product Mycoad which was appr
Pradip Linge, Lallemand Area Manager South and South East Asia, talks about Levucell SB, specific live yeast for sows, piglets & broilers in Asia.
Art L Frio, Alltech's Technical Manager for Swine for Southeast Asia market, talks about mycotoxins in swine and its effects.
Trevor Smith -Proffesor in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada- talks about mycotoxins in livest
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...tes are chemicals produced by the fungus that are not essential for growth. mycotoxins are chemically diverse, represent a variety of chemical familie... IntroductionAnti-nutritional factors depress nutrient quality of the feed and hence the health and performance of poultry. mycotoxins are one such ant ...cillium or Fusarium genus [4,5]. Depending on classification, 300–400 mycotoxins are known today . Contamination may occur in the field as we... A priority list of mycotoxins was subjectively produced by a survey of mycotoxicologists worldwide and included: aflatoxin, ochratoxin, trichothecenes In a previous paper (Spring and Fegan, 2005), we presented information reviewing current knowledge of mycotoxins as they relate to aquaculture species ...ically related metabolites, some 300 to 400 compounds are now recognized as mycotoxins, of which approximately a dozen groups regularly receive attent...
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Mycotoxins, toxic contaminants produced by molds, are a major challenge for Asian producers and are a serious risk to their livestock. Alltech, a glob
The authors of a new study that has been recently published advise that molluscs should be tested for mycotoxins before consumption.mycotoxins, popula
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EFFECTIVELY managing mycotoxins and preventing them from reducing the health, productivity and reproductive performance of livestock is the key focu ... Oswald
ISABELLE OSWALD, from INRA, in France, focused her lecture on mycotoxins in pig feed, a very significant problem both in animal and huma... ...ut last year’s growing season. Decreased yields, variable quality and mycotoxins have affected livestock production throughout North America. Ho...
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