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Should North American Farmers Be Worried About Type A Making It's Way Into Their TMR?

Mycotoxins Dairy

If dairy producers thought their corn silage quality was top notch when they packed it away after the 2015 harvest, they may want to check again.

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2015 Cereal Harvest Contaminated With Multiple Mycotoxins

Mycotoxin Pigs

The 2015 wheat, barley and corn crops being exported by the major cereal producing regions of the world show evidence of multiple mycotoxin contamination, putting the health and performance of global farmed livestock at risk.

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Increased silage spoilage risk from field aftermaths in the UK

Increased silage spoilage risk from field aftermaths in the UK

UK dairy farmers are advised to remove aftermath from silage fields or run the risk of significant aerobic spoilage in the conserved forage they make this year.

Alltech 2015 Harvest Analysis: Test before feeding cattle

Harvest Analysis

Inconsistent weather patterns this past summer wreaked havoc on the 2015 North America crop

UK Vets Urged to Be Alert to Growing Mycotoxin Threat to Cattle Health

UK Vets Urged to Be Alert to Growing Mycotoxin Threat to Cattle Health

UK cattle producers need to plan for an on-going struggle with feed-borne mycotoxins

The Significance of Mycotoxins in Poultry Production

Mycotoxin Poultry

Unusual global weather patterns and different feed storage practices are starting to influence the range of moulds and potential mycotoxin contamination

Alltech 2015 European Harvest Analysis confirms swine and poultry feed at risk from mycotoxins

Harvest Analysis

From warm to dry to wet, the variations in spring weather conditions across Europe had a prevalent impact on the 2015 European crop, producing irregularities in plant growth and now putting poultry and swine at risk for mycotoxin exposure, according to Alltech’s European Grains Harvest Analysis.

Agronomy, climate, plant stress and storage conditions influence the growth of mycotoxins.

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