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Toxi-free® PLUS - Enzymatic Solution for Mycotoxins

Published: April 27, 2022
Toxi-Free Plus® is designed to protect farmers from invisible economic losses because of mycotoxins pollution in feed. Toxi-Free Plus® provides complete protection against Mycotoxins.
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Dr Valeriy Kryukov
4 de enero de 2024

Dear colleagues!
Several hundred mycotoxins are known, but in practice, no more than 2 dozen present the problem. That's a lot. Each has a unique structure, so a unique enzyme is needed to interact with each MT. Theoretically, it is possible to select enzymes that destroy each individual toxin, but it is impossible to find an enzyme that will destroy all mycotoxins. As before, it was found that aflatoxin is well adsorbed by most adsorbents, whereas this does not apply to other mycotoxins. In the last 10 years, the interest of the scientific community in adsorbents has faded due to the complexity of the scientific problem and the lack of achievements, therefore, advertising statements should be treated with caution.

Janet Tsai
Life Rainbow
4 de febrero de 2023

Dear Dr V. Rajendra Prasad,
Thank you very much for your message
Toxi-free® PLUS is produced and manufactured by Life Rainbow Biotech
If you want to know more about our product information
Please feel free to contact me. Thank you!

Dr. Rajendra Prasad Vemana
ABTL Advanced Bio-Agro Tech Ltd
3 de febrero de 2023
Mycotoxin management in Poultry. 1.Today, we have been witnessing a steady tendency in the increase of global demand for maize, wheat, soybeans, and their products due to the steady growth and strengthening of the livestock industry. a) The rain has dashed the dreams of several farmers who were expecting good crop this year. b) Adverse weather conditions were the main contributing factor to reduced yield and crop quality across the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Maharashtra.? 2. Thus, animal feed safety has gradually become more important, with mycotoxins representing one of the most significant hazards. 3. Mycotoxins comprise different classes of secondary metabolites of molds. With regard to animal feed, aflatoxins, fumonisins, ochratoxins, trichothecenes, and zearalenone are the more prevalent. 4. Poultry feed ingredients are derived from a variety of raw materials that originate from plants and animals. a) It is usually a mixture of cereals mostly maize that serves as energy source, b) animal protein sources (fish meal, meat, and bone meal), and plant protein sources (soybean meal etc). 5. Maize, the predominant grain used in poultry feeds, can be contaminated by mycotoxins from Aspergillus, Fusarium and Penicillium during processing and storage (Zinedine and Manes 2009; Adetunji et al. 2014). b) Groundnut and its processed products have been found to be highly susceptible to aflatoxin contamination (Ezekiel et al. 2012b, 2013; Kayode et al. 2013; Oyedele et al. 2017; Ginting et al. 2018). 6. Globally, mycotoxins in finished poultry feed have been reported (Labuda et al. 2005; De Boevre et al. 2012; Ezekiel et al. 2012a; Njobeh et al. 2012; Rodrigues and Naehrer 2012; Abia et al. 2013a; Kana et al. 2013; Streit et al. 2013b) 7. While the types and levels of mycotoxins in the feed largely depend : a) on the mycotoxins in the individual feed ingredients, b) the mix/proportion of feed ingredients, c) feed processing techniques, d) and storage practices (Warth et al. 2012; Ezekiel et al. 2014). 8. When animals ingest feed contaminated with high mycotoxin concentrations, mycotoxicoses, a) often marked by reduced animal productivity , b) reduced body weight gain, c) reduced litter sizes, d) deformed offspring, e) reduced egg production f) leg problems and weakness g) and immune suppression (Shareef 2010; Hossain et al. 2011; Streit et al. 2013a) which could result to severe economic losses. 9. Prevention and control:- a) Prevention of mycotoxin production can be done by keeping feeds fresh, b) keeping humidity level less than 11%, c) Removal of toxic feed and it should be replaced with unadulterated feed. d) keeping equipments clean, proper ventilation in storehouse e) and adding Toxin binders. 10. Feed to food chain is interlinked and need a holistic focus on safety. Hygiene and safety of feed can be achieved by Choosing right Toxin binders which only binds Mycotoxins. 11. Effective mycotoxin management is about seeing the whole challenge: a) from the farm to feed mill and from risk assessment to feed management. b) The symptoms can be many and varied, c) but the outcome in all cases will be reduced performance and lost profit. Right Toxin Binder to neutralize and deactivate Mycotoxins.?? 12. Please use Toxifree plus of Norel at 1 kg for ton of feed which minimises the chances mycotoxins in feed.?? a) Toxi-Free® PLUS is a mycotoxins degrading enzymes for animal feed. b) Formulated mycotoxin degrading enzymes, mycotoxin adsorbents, and plant extract 13. Provides a full protection by reducing the overall toxic pressure from both polar and non-polar mycotoxin. 14. Toxifree is compatible with all feed ingredients and doesn’t absorb vitamins, minerals and amino acids.?? 15. Toxifree Plus Increase the production rate of broilers and the egg production rate of layer.??? Subhodayam Dr V. Rajendra Prasad
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