Contaminated feeds contaminate profit

Mycotoxins produced during grain storage contribute to an increased pathogen load for your animals in the late summer months. The symptoms from eating contaminated feed can be varied and sub-clinical. Even low mycotoxin levels in feed can reduce performance and profits.

Reduces feed intake and absorption of nutrients

Reduces body weight gain

Impacts overall health status of pigs


Heat Stress + Mycotoxins = Pathogen Playground


In the summer, as bins begin to empty to prepare for the new crop, the prevalence of mycotoxins, often associated with cracked or damaged grains found at cleanout often increase. Fumosin is the most dangerous mycotoxin to gut integrity. As grain bins empty and fumosin potential increases, so does the prevalence of E. coli.

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