Limit mycotoxin contamination

mycotoxin contamination

In the previous two articles in this series, the focus was on the prevention of mycotoxin contamination, and the value of mycotoxin analyses. Mycotoxins can cause a lot of problems without a well-thought-out prevention strategy in place. In fact, even with a good strategy, toxins will still be present. The aim is not to prevent…

Mycotoxin management: Prevention is better than cure

We are surrounded daily by hundreds of fungi species of which each produces its own unique collection of metabolites aWe are constantly surrounded by hundreds of fungal species that each produce their own unique collection of metabolites, and that are influenced by various environmental factors. These ever-present microflorae influence almost every aspect of our lives…

The real value of mycotoxin analyses

mycotoxin analysis

We are constantly surrounded by hundreds of fungal species that each produce their own unique collection of metabolites, and that are influenced by various environmental factors. These ever-present microflorae influence almost every aspect of our lives – sometimes in a positive way, such as penicillin, and sometimes negatively, as in the case of mycotoxins. Approximately…

Viruses and animal production

virus

Our partners at Zinpro are publishing a four-part series on viruses, their impact on animals and animal production, and strategies to effectively mitigate the risk they pose. Here are the first two articles, jointly written by Dr Chris Ashworth, Zinpro’s global RNS species leader for beef, and Dr Marco Rebollo, a lead researcher in poultry…

The CJ Bio Monthly Bulletin: August 2020

In the August issue of the CJ Bio Monthly Bulletin, Ramalho Rodrigueiro from CJ Brazil takes a look at tryptophan in swine diets containing animal byproducts and highlights a few interesting physiological functions of tryptophan which are often not considered when formulating swine diets. Dr Behnam Saremi of CJ Europe focuses on one of the latest amino acids…

The CJ Bio Monthly Bulletin: July 2020

In the latest issue of the CJ Bio Monthly Bulletin, Jason Lee from CJ Bio America presents the case for reevaluating the requirements of threonine, valine, arginine, and isoleucine in light of the increased genetic potential of modern broiler strains and the relative low-cost availability of pure, lower-order essential amino acids. He highlights key functions…

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