Mycotoxins: Still present threat to Poultry Industries?

Published on: 03/27/2020
Author/s : Dr. Suresh F. Nipane / M.V.Sc.-Animal Nutrition, Suman Hatchery Ltd., Raipur (C.G.).

Introduction: Mycotoxins are a diverse group of toxic secondary metabolites produced by certain moulds when they grow on agricultural products. They do not belong to a single class of chemical compounds, and they differ in their toxicological effects. Although several hundred mycotoxins are known, the mycotoxins of most concern, based on their toxicity and occurrence, are aflatoxin, ochratoxin A...

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March 27, 2020
In total agreement with the conclusion of the author on the need to use both short- and long term approahces to minimize mycotoxins in food/feed value chain.
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