I should start earlier. We have detected (not alone) that the most important toxin regulating agent is resistance, About 80 % of the corn hybrids and wheat cultivars has closely related data between resistance (infection severity) and toxin contamination. The rest are toxin over producers, e. eg they produce even several times toxin more than could be explained from the severity.
The other side is also true, there are higly infected genotypes with significantly lower toxin than anticipated. As we have no full resistance to toxigenic fungi in our crops, under epidemic conditions no zero can be anticipated, but in maize for example, 2.3 ppb and eight hundred at another hybris is fact.
This means that with a highly susceptible hybrid or cultivar you have no chance with toxin binders and antibiotic treatment. QAs between commercial hybrids and wheat cultivars we hav 10-20 fold differences in toxin production, you should check forst the plant material. When it is OK, you can go on and if you have a low lwvwl toxin contamination, you can balane it with toxin binders or antibiorics or bot, but the chance will be much better not to kill your animals. See: Mesterhazy et al. 2015 Agricultiral Sciences, 2018. Wolrld Mycotoxin Journal, 2018 Toxins for further information). Another thing is the storage, an often debattted problem. So your peasants or grain producers must grow only medium or highly resistant cultivar for animal feed. This is a precondition is also for human food supply.
Even you store in excellent quality at harvest, during bad storage conditions and treatment you might have high or very high toxin contamination. For this reason before use a toxin check is routine work and controlling storage conditions by sensors connected to your computer you see what is happening and you can intervene when something happened.
I wish you good luck.