Video published on April 10, 2021
In this interview, Olga Averkieva, Ph.D. Global Category Manager Mycotoxin Management at Adisseo, speaks to Engormix about the risk caused by Mycotoxins in the feed and What Adissseo can offer through MycoMan® App
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Adisseo, a France-based company and a world leader in animal nutrition, has endowed a professorship and funded three poultry science research projects for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Michael Kidd, professor of poultry nutrition, was named to the Adisseo Endowed Professorship in Global Sustainable Poultry Nutrition. The endowed position ...
Participation in Forum on September 5, 2019
I wonder if you also measured other mycotoxins, especially aflatoxins. The reaction of birds, in my opinion, was more related to symptoms of aflatoxicosis rather than ochratoxicosis. Also the level of ochratoxin A looks not really high to cause significant impact on the performance as well as on some organs.
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Guilherme Bromfman, NCA Mycotoxin Management Category Manager at Adisseo, underscores the effects of some mycotoxins in the poultry and pig industry and explains how Adisseo can help customers to face mycotoxins challenges, during IPPE 2019
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Love the fact at 1:17 the charming and ever-present Erik Visser video bombs Olga! Great to see Olga out in front of a fantastic product she has helped enhance and make better. All my clients who feed AdiFlow in the United States get the desired results, and animal performance they intended for THEIR clients! Roll on Olga!
Video published on November 26, 2018
Olga Averkieva, Business Development Manager Mycotoxin Management at Nutriad, explains the impact of harvest quality on the occurrence of mycotoxins and introduces the solutions Nutriad offers to help producers manage the mycotoxin risk.
Video published on November 22, 2016
Dr. Olga Averkieva, Business Development Manager for Nutriad, talks to us about mycotoxin control during Eurotier 2016, in Hannover, Germany.
Article published the May 18, 2009
The global frequency of mycotoxin contamination of feedstuffs and the severity of mycotoxicosis in livestock has increased in recent years. Wheat-based feed and food supply chains can be contaminated with mycotoxins produced by a variety of fungi, in particular by Fusarium species. Since wheat is an important source of energy in human nutrition and in nutrition of monogastric animals its quality i ...
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