Mycotoxins affect piglet performance, histopathology

Mycotoxins affect piglet performance, histopathology

*Sabine Masching is product manager for Biomin Holding GmbH in Austria.

AMONG all animal species, the young pig is the most sensitive to contamination with fusarium mycotoxins in feed.

Due to a very difficult growing season in Europe last year with cold and humid conditions, feedstuffs were highly co-contaminated with various mycotoxins, which are

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