Mycotoxins in Dairy Cattle News

News published on October 2, 2015:

Mycotoxins predicted to become more prevalent due to climate changes, will have greater impact on rumen function

Mycotoxins, often one of the most neglected considerations in ruminant diets, should be a major animal health and welfare concern in modern animal husbandry, according to one leading researcher and veterinarian...
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Alltech Mycotoxins
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News published on May 11, 2015:

2015 Alltech mycotoxin storage analysis: The only constant is change

Dairy and beef producers should keep a watchful eye over the remaining 2014 crop in their bins as both corn silage and total mixed rations (TMR) are now trending at high risk for mycotoxin contamination, accord...
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Alltech Mycotoxins
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News published on February 27, 2015:

Feedlot nutrition: Provide a smooth transition

When transitioning cattle from ranch to rail, feed intake of a nutrient-dense diet is of utmost importance. Research indicates only 20 percent of cattle will eat on the day of arrival to the feedyard and by day...
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Alltech Mycotoxins
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News published on February 1, 2012:

Ruminants are not 100% protected by the Rumen!

Mycotoxins are well-known for their effects on monogastric animals. But ruminants, until recently, were considered as "protected" through the detoxification action of rumen flora. However, recent scientif...
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Neovia
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News published on November 6, 2007:

Agricultural department starts screening milk for aflatoxin

The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship started screening milk for aflatoxin on Nov. 1. In a memo to dairy producers in northwest and southwest Iowa, ag secretary Bill Northey said that severe w...
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Agri News
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