Any natural farm environment is home to not only crops and animals but also to fungi and molds, which produce Mycotoxins that can adversely affect the farms productivity. Molds primarily proliferate in cereals or feed such as maize.
Any farm feed subjected to improper storage can suffer mold growth. Even a small amount of mold can contain significant levels of Mycotoxins. This condition may not be detected by naked eye but Mycotoxin affected animals usually show the following symptoms:
  • Sore hocks
  • Reduced milk yield
  • Abnormality in reproduction
  • Poor health and disease prone animals
  • Increased cell counts
  • Degraded productivity

 

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