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Friday, May 7, 2021
Recognising the warning signs of mycotoxins in pigs
Dr. Radka Borutova, DVM, Ph.D., European Technical Support Manager, Alltech Mycotoxin Management
Produced by filamentous fungi (moulds) that are ever-present in nature, under the right conditions, mycotoxins have the potential to proliferate and contaminate almost all feedstuffs used in pig production. Mycotoxins are not unique to specific moulds, meaning various species can produce the same mycotoxins.
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Tuesday, May 4, 2021
What poultry producers should know about endotoxins
Guillermo Gaona, Regional Technical Manager for LATAM, and Marisabel Caballero, Global Technical Manager, Poultry – EW Nutrition
Effective endotoxin management is a crucial task for poultry producers, allowing them to safeguard their animals' health and productivity. In this first part of our two-part series on endotoxin management for poultry, we look at the structure of LPS and their modes of action to understand the consequences for poult ...
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Friday, May 14, 2021
Mycotoxins in poultry: A hidden factor affecting flock health
Dr. Dulmelis DG Sandu, Dr. Alexandra Weaver and Alltech
The immune system is constantly under siege by different stressors. Stress, whether from disease or environmental factors, plays a critical role in the overall health and well-being of poultry flocks. Environmental stressors, such as poor flock management, low feedstuffs quality and feed contaminants such as mycotoxins ...
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