Mycotoxin control should improve poultry health

Mycotoxin control should improve poultry health

Mycotoxins may alter the bird's susceptibility to infectious diseases by affecting intestinal health and innate and adaptive immune syste

*Dr. Radka Borutova is a business development manager for NutriAd International.

POULTRY producers in several U.S. states are bracing for more losses as a strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been forcing them to destroy millions of chickens and turkeys.

HPAI H5 infections have been reported in U.S. poultry (backyard and commercial flocks), captive wild birds and wild birds. HPAI H5 detections began

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