Ram Singh
Ph.D. (Animal Nutrition)
My research is focussed on management of mycotoxicosis in various animal species.
Ph.D. (Animal Nutrition)
Discussion created on September 6, 2021
Storage of high moisture feed is one of the major problems for production of aflatoxins. Storage of feed for a month with 13% moisture was not safe to prevent aflatoxin (AF) production. However, the production of AF at 13% moisture level can be completely inhibited by adding fumaric acid @ 0.20% or citric acid @ 0.45%. At 15 and 17% moisture level in feed, more than 0.50% of fumaric acid or citric ...
Participation in Forum on September 2, 2021
Dear Vin, An experiment was conducted with variable moisture content in feed. The results showed that at 11% moisture level in feed, aflatoxin biosynthesis did not occur in any of the treatments. However, with the increase in moisture content in feed from 11 to 17%, there was increase in production of the aflatoxins. Complete inhibition of aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1 and G2) synthesis at 13% moisture l ...
Participation in Forum on September 1, 2021
Dear Leo, Fumaric acid was used for prevention of mould growth in feed to avoid aflatoxin production.
Participation in Forum on June 29, 2021
Dear Navale, I agree with you that very high levels Fumonisin and Zearalenone concentrations are required to induce toxicity in birds. However, the synergistic effect of these mycotoxins with other mycotoxins, if any, need to be explored.
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An introduction to Nili Ravi baffalo and its management for better productivity
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Participation in Forum on June 28, 2021
Sir, how many mycotoxins should be analysed for ruminant feed particularly buffalo
Participation in Forum on May 3, 2021
With regard to choline in Animal Nutrition, I would like to state that choline is used to remove fat from the liver and protects the liver against those toxicants which result in fat accumulation in liver.
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