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RISK OF MYCOTOXINS

The ideal formula for reducing the risk of mycotoxins in fattening animals

The presence of mycotoxins in animal feed is a current problem affecting animal health and performance even at low concentrations. Nowadays, they are still a common problem and represent a major economic loss and a risk for the entire feed chain. 

In ruminants, they can alter rumen function due to their activity on the microflora. Rumen detoxification is not always sufficient to protect ruminants from their toxicity, which depends on several factors such as the type of mycotoxin or the rate of intestinal absorption. It is therefore important to establish a control programme that includes specific sequestering agents to reduce their effects. 

 APSA QUIMITOX BEEF is a specific formulation based on mannan-oligosaccharides, kieselguhr and bentonite to address the negative impact of mycotoxins in fattening ruminants and other fattening species.

It is effective against a wide range of important mycotoxins in fattening animals, such as aflatoxins and zearalenone.


It maintains the nutrient bioavailability and nutritional value of diets, as it does not interact with vitamins, minerals or amino acids.


It is highly stable under a wide range of conditions; it does not leave toxic residues in by-products.

The entry of mycotoxins into the production chain is very difficult to control due to their high heterogeneity, incidence, stability and resistance causing them to remain in the feed and making their elimination difficult. For this reason, Adiveter has created an integrated mycotoxin control programme: control in raw materials, control in finished feed and control on farm (analysis of mycotoxin biomarkers in livers).

More than 25 years back our leadership in feed safety. Mycotoxin control is essential in a good food safety programme, so the implementation of actions that minimise their presence is essential.

RISK OF MYCOTOXINS

The ideal formula for reducing the risk of mycotoxins in fattening animals

The presence of mycotoxins in animal feed is a current problem affecting animal health and performance even at low concentrations. Nowadays, they are still a common problem and represent a major economic loss and a risk for the entire feed chain. 

In ruminants, they can alter rumen function due to their activity on the microflora. Rumen detoxification is not always sufficient to protect ruminants from their toxicity, which depends on several factors such as the type of mycotoxin or the rate of intestinal absorption. It is therefore important to establish a control programme that includes specific sequestering agents to reduce their effects. 

 APSA QUIMITOX BEEF is a specific formulation based on mannan-oligosaccharides, kieselguhr and bentonite to address the negative impact of mycotoxins in fattening ruminants and other fattening species.

It is effective against a wide range of important mycotoxins in fattening animals, such as aflatoxins and zearalenone.


It maintains the nutrient bioavailability and nutritional value of diets, as it does not interact with vitamins, minerals or amino acids.


It is highly stable under a wide range of conditions; it does not leave toxic residues in by-products.

The entry of mycotoxins into the production chain is very difficult to control due to their high heterogeneity, incidence, stability and resistance causing them to remain in the feed and making their elimination difficult. For this reason, Adiveter has created an integrated mycotoxin control programme: control in raw materials, control in finished feed and control on farm (analysis of mycotoxin biomarkers in livers).

More than 25 years back our leadership in feed safety. Mycotoxin control is essential in a good food safety programme, so the implementation of actions that minimise their presence is essential.

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