The only ruminant-specific mycotoxin solution
- Higher feed intakes
- Improved fertility
- Supports natural defences against mycotoxins
- Increased milk production and growth rates
A recent survey found 90% of maize silages at 70% of total mixed rations (TMR) were contaminated with mycotoxin
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FEBRUARY 2021 MYCOTOXIN OUTLOOK
Mycotoxins are poisons generated from the secondary metabolic processes which occur naturally in a wide variety of fungi. Mycotoxin-producing fungi invade the feed supply during field conditions, harvesting, processing, transport and storage.
The risk of a mycotoxin problem is increased when cows are suffering from sub-acute ruminal acidosis (SARA). The combination of high levels of starch and low fibre in diets can dramatically increase the risk of SARA and even acidosis. Not only does SARA impact performance, it also reduces the cow’s own natural defence system to fight mycotoxins
It is critical to review your diet for SARA risk.
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