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The evolution of mycotoxin control
November 04, 2022
Although fungi and mycotoxins are likely to have been present since humanity first began to cultivate crops around 10,000 years ago, it is only in the last few decades that researchers have truly sought to understand these toxic compounds, both from an impact and control perspective in the feed and food chain. Where has our mycotoxin research taken us so far, and where could it take us in the future?
Manage mycotoxin risk in lower quality ingredients
August 17, 2022
Are feed and livestock producers powerless when managing the potential risks from mycotoxins when using lower-quality grains or byproducts? They do not have to be, and although mycotoxins cannot be eliminated completely, some steps can be taken that can help to mitigate the mycotoxin challenge. Learn more about managing the mycotoxin risk.
Alltech Feed Mill Workshop: Sustainability, Education & More
July 20, 2022
First held in 2019, the Feed Mill Workshop is a unique education experience designed to deliver expert knowledge in all aspects of feed milling. This year, the agenda for the workshop was diverse, with topics such as biosecurity, new technologies, sustainability, and education.
Highlights from the Alltech ONE Conference and World Mycotoxin Forum 2022
June 23, 2022
After two years of being hosted as online events, both the World Mycotoxin Forum and the Alltech ONE Conference returned to in-person formats in May, with attendees excited to travel and meet again outside of the virtual world. Read more about the key takeaways for our team that were in attendance.
How Alltech Coppens Successfully Manage Mycotoxins at an Aqua Feed Mill
May 25, 2022
The reliance on marine-based ingredients has been problematic for the aquaculture feed industry for many years. The industry still has some ways to go in producing a fish meal-free diet across all species, but R&D developments in this area have highlighted that fish do not require fishmeal to grow and perform optimally.
Harvest 2021 across the key grain-growing regions of the Northern Hemisphere suffered under turbulent weather conditions. Europe experienced a combination of drought in southern regions, while further north, heavy rains and flooding dominated.