NEW: Issue 3 of our quarterly e-magazine, FARMFEED, is out now


Understand the threat from mycotoxins - not only can you read interesting features, you can watch videos and listen to articles too.  Issue 3 out now...

Alltech’s European Summer Harvest Survey indicates ruminant and monogastric animals at risk from mycotoxins

The Alltech 37+ European Mycotoxin Summer Harvest Survey offers a high-altitude view of the potential mycotoxin risk of grain and forage crops to livestock.

Alltech 2017 Canadian Harvest Analysis indicates high levels of mycotoxins

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High levels of deoxynivalenol (DON) and zearalenone (ZEA) present in grain and forage samples across Canada.

UK farmers urged to plan ahead to tackle mycotoxins

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Ever present in the farm environment, mycotoxins pose a challenge for all livestock systems, yet they often fall under the radar.

ISO accreditation awarded to Alltech’s European mycotoxin laboratory

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The Alltech 37+® mycotoxin analytical services laboratory in Dunboyne, County Meath, Ireland, was accredited in accordance


Mycotoxins Threaten Cow Health and Performance in the United Kingdom


With almost 94% of recent TMR samples containing a level of mycotoxin contamination considered high risk to dairy cows, all producers are being advised to consider a 

Alltech Mycotoxin Management Team explain why Alltech’s mycotoxin findings in Canada matter to producers with RFD-TV.

Dr. Max Hawkins from our Global Mycotoxin Management team, recently took the time to talk viewers 

High levels of mycotoxins present in 2016 Alltech Canada Harvest Analysis

The Alltech® Mycotoxin Management team analyzed corn, spring wheat, barley and triticale samples from across Canada

European dairy farmers warned to take proactive measures as weather conditions raise risk of mycotoxins

Samples recently collected as part of the Alltech European Summer Harvest Analysis indicated a high risk for the presence of mycotoxins


Europe’s maize harvest showing mixed results due to weather

The European maize harvest is underway, and it is expected that the crop will result in a higher yield than last year, but it remains 10 percent below the average of the five previous years.