Julia Dvorska
Adisseo Group has completed the acquisition of global feed additives producer Nutriad. This transaction is part of Adisseo’s strategy to become one of the worldwide leaders of specialty additives in animal nutrition. A WORLDWIDE LEADER IN ANIMAL NUTRITION Adisseo is one of  the ...
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Over the last two decades, several types of gut health supporting additives have been shown to have at least the potential to improve gut health and animal performance and as such, to be applied as alternatives to antibiotics. Initial research on these products was largely focused on their direct ‘antimicrobial’ effect, as it was tempting to hypothesize that any successful alternative ...
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Preventive public health measures to cope with non-communicable and infectious diseases include improving immunity through better nutrition. Immune dysfunction is regarded as both a cause and a consequence of malnutrition. Malnutrition is a daily killer in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs), and evidence suggests that susceptibility to and severity of infections increases with malnutri ...
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There is need of using resistant lines and biological control and maintaining the moisture of dry food/feed products using dry chain thereafter to minimize the mycotoxins. https://en.engormix.com/mycotoxins/articles/improving-nutrition-immunity-dry-t46177.htm
Participation in Forum on November 3, 2020
Akos Mesterhazy I absolutely agree with you! of course first of all we should try to use resistance genetic, fungicides and good agronomic practice - to do all we can do to prevent mycotoxin contamination on a field.. and then comes the methods described.. and as you mentioned - if the levels are too high and can not be treated - not for feed or food utilization.. thank you for your comment!
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My largest problem that in your chart the first step is the forecasting. The prevention would be better, as I mentioned we have resistance differences to exploit. As it cannot ever be perfect, at least not at out present genetic knowledge, the significantly lower toxin contamination could be treated at a much better efficacy than the high one. This is clear. Toxin binders, antibiotics are expensiv ...
Article published the October 26, 2020
What should we do if we have implemented all 3 of the 4 steps of the Mycotoxin Management Program – Forecast Crop Contamination, Secure Storage and Screen finished feed – and still find a multiple mycotoxin contamination in the feed? What if we do not have any choice in the matter, as animals need to be fed?  We can try to avoid feeding such a feed to more sensitive species and ag ...
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Yes, It is a major factor in disease management and huge economic losses in broiler and breeders.
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How to manage and control micotoxines in broilet feed.
Participation in Forum on October 22, 2020
satish hudekar The addition of mycotoxin sequestrants to mycotoxin contaminated diets has been considered the most promising dietary approach to reduce the negative effect of mycotoxins. https://www.adisseo.com/en/protecting-animals-from-ingested-mycotoxins/
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Mycotoxins are highly toxic secondary metabolic products of moulds. They lead to decreased productivity and profitability in livestock. At Adisseo, we have developed a comprehensive approach to the management of mycotoxins. Our MycoMan range of services allows the mycotoxin risk to be identified and optimal strategies to be developed thanks to the mycotoxin prediction tool, the harvest bulletin, q ...
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Professional Title: Global scientific and technical manager Mycotoxin Management at Adisseo