Cleaning Reduces Mycotoxin Contamination in Corn

Published on: 03/28/2021
Author/s : A.D. Yoder, M.D. Tokach, J.M. DeRouchey, C.B. Paulk, C.R. Stark and C.K. Jones. / Kansas State University.

Introduction Mycotoxins are naturally-produced hazards that result from molds that can grow on cereal grains and other commodities, such as peanuts, cottonseed, and soybeans. The primary species causing mycotoxins are aspergillus (aflatoxin and ochratoxin) and fusarium (fumonisins and zearalenone) molds. Very small quantities of mycotoxins may cause illness in swine or impact production efficienc...

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Swamy Haladi Swamy Haladi
Ph. D. Global Programme Manager - Mycotoxin Risk Management at Trouw Nutrition
March 28, 2021
thanks to all authors. very useful article for integrated mycotoxin risk management strategy. has this been published as a peer-reviewed article? if yes, appreciate journal details. thanks
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March 29, 2021
This data from this paper is being peer reviewed currently. We hope to have it accepted in a journal soon.
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Mike
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