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Jose J. Bruzual likes the comment:
While I am general agreement with the current comments, a friendly reminder that mycotoxins can not be generalized. For example, binding efficacy of aflatoxin is rather high, but with DON and Fumonisin extremely low. Additionally, DON and FUM are both "field" mycotoxins (occurrence in the crop prior to harvest) vs that of aflatoxin and T2 which can largely occur during storage. Incidence rates and ...
Jose J. Bruzual likes the comment:
That's very true but I must add that even if you use the best grain, the problem starts when the feed is produced, taken to farms and kept in bad storage conditions where the conditions are very conducive to form molds and gradually gets severe. So in my humble opinion, prevention is better than cure and toxin binder must be used if not to eradicate completely but at least to prevent it to a grea ...
Jose J. Bruzual likes the comment:
Thank you for an excellent work and reporting. The best preventive strategy against mycotoxin in feed is the best selection of grains and raw material, compromising on sub-standard grains a little bit with cheaper prices that will cost you more in terms of bird performance. Even low or mild levels of mycotoxins in feed do not show the deleterious signs and symptoms but still there is something wro ...
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Sameh Elkoussy The dry hydrogen peroxide system is provided by Synexis Biodefense. They would come do an evaluation in your facility and then work out an installation plan with you. The poultry contact for Synexis is Miguel Barrios, mbarrios@synexis.com. Thank you for your question.
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