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Best of The Pig Site 2017: Mycotoxin management

14 December 2017

Next up in the rundown of 2017's best articles...

Successful Mycotoxin Management: Mission Possible

02 May 2017

Mycotoxins are toxic substances produced by naturally occurring metabolic processes in fungi. Mycotoxins can invade the seeds before the actual harvest whilst the crop is still on the field, or alternatively, mould growth can occur during storage at the feed mill or on the farm.

As a result, high numbers of mycotoxins could already be present in the ingredients before they are received in feed mills or farms. Mould can also grow during feed processing especially when the temperature and humidity in the feed is increased during mixing. Finally, mould growth and mycotoxin production can also occur at the farm level from improperly cleaned silos, transport systems and feeders.

Nutriad offers best practice advice on how to manage mycotoxins in swine farming.


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