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Effects of mycotoxins in young and adult animals

Published: April 5, 2019
Dr. Virginie Marquis, R&D Manager for Toxicology and Safety at Phileo by Lesaffre, explains why symptoms related to mycotoxicosis can occur at toxin concentrations below the regulatory limit, during VIV Asia 2019
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Virginie Marquis
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dr murad ali
13 de enero de 2021

Mycotoxins have a harmful effect on animal body they disturb their digestive system rumen normal microflora are badly affected. Rumen acidity is produced, the animal gets illness some time severe bloody diarrhea and mastitis occur and animal reproduction and production are disturbed. The animal gets to its production after a very long journey. I will recommend using toxin binder clay base and yeast like saccharomyces cerevisiae.

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