Elitox®

Reg. Number: V30322

Elitox® is a powerful mycotoxin eliminator that combines a multitude of unique strategies to eliminate the maximum number of mycotoxins and mycotoxin-related symptoms. Elitox® provides a cost-effective solution to mycotoxins that allows sustainable protection for your animals, as well as an added value to your business. Elitox® combines a unique combination of ingredients that drives the elimination of polar mycotoxins while supporting the animal’s immune system against the negative effects of mycotoxicosis.

Why Elitox®

All stakeholders engaged in the feed and food chain have since long been aware that mycotoxins need to be eliminated as they pose a substantial health hazard. Thereby one clear and common goal springs to mind: healthy, thriving animals. Mycotoxins are spread all over the world and affect 25% of the world’s grain production (FAO data). Moreover, most mycotoxins are very stable and are resistant to different storage and processing conditions. It can also be used as a preventive measure to counteract mycotoxicosis.

All about mycotoxins

Mycotoxins are naturally occurring toxic metabolites produced by fungi. These fungi grow on raw materials (plants, grains) in the field or during storage of raw materials and feed. Mycotoxin production is mainly related to climatic conditions such as temperature and humidity. Mycotoxins are very stable and resistant to different storage and processing conditions. It is difficult to analyse mycotoxins. They are not visible and have no odour. Moreover, they are found in very small amounts, parts per million (ppm) or even parts per billion (ppb).

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The use of certain by-products and alternative feed ingredients (such as DDGS) can even increase the risk of mycotoxin contamination.

Once present, these toxic metabolites resist severe processing conditions. Consequently ingestion of contaminated material may affect animal health and cause mycotoxicosis, inducing productivity losses as well as animal health impairment. The toxicity of mycotoxins varies according to the dose, duration of exposure, animal species, age, health status, environmental and handling factors. The main mycotoxins of concern in animal production are Aflatoxins, Trichothecenes (Deoxynivalenol, T-2 toxin), Zearalenone, Ochratoxin A and Fumonisins. In silages, apart from the commonly known mycotoxins, also specific types of mycotoxins may be present, like Roquefortine and Mycophenolic acid. In pastures, less known mycotoxins such as Lolitrem B and Ergovaline may endanger ruminants.

Weight 25 kg
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Description

ELITOX® unites different strategies to eliminate a wide range of mycotoxins and gives the animal extra vitamin C, which is Important under mycotoxicotic stress.

Physical properties

Brown-coloured, Free-flowing powder fresh, Pleasant smell

Use indication dosage and precautions

Contact your supplier for Information about custom-tailored applications. For detailed safety Information, refer to the respective safety data sheet (SDS)., The standard dosage Is at least 0.5 – 2.5 kg/MT of feed, depending on the level of mycotoxin contamination, animal species and the situation of the animal., There Is no withdrawal period for this product. The proper distribution will further enhance the product's efficiency. Application In a mixer is recommended.

Storage

Elitox® will remain stable for at least 2 years under normal storage conditions (dry, cool place) if stored in the original sealed packaging. Colour changes will not affect product performance.