Mycotoxins on pastures – a very real threat

dairy cattle on pasture

Throughout history, mycotoxins have generally only been studied on grains, both stored and on-field, in order to determine their negative impact on both humans and livestock. These studies were undertaken mainly because grains are the main ingredient in both animal and human diets, with mycotoxins having the ability to remain chemically stable throughout food and…

Mineral supplementation on veld

mineral on veld

It remains unbelievable to think that ruminants (such as sheep and cattle) can use grass to produce meat and milk – something that people, pigs, or poultry cannot do! However, the nutritive value of pastures in a given area can vary greatly from season to season and will not necessarily serve the daily needs of…

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