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Mycotoxin deactivators in aquaculture feed
Regular mycotoxin screening is the cornerstone of protecting your animals and your profits. Here’s how to find the right fit for your operation.
Changing global demand for fishmeal affects its availability for use as an ingredient in diets for various aquaculture species. Such uncertainty cannot always be tolerated, so suitable alternative sources of protein are being investigated and used. The most common alternative protein sources are plant-based proteins such as soybean meal.
A breakthrough in mycotoxin risk management aims to help the feed and livestock sector successfully combat fumonisins, thereby protecting both animals and profits.
The views of more than seven hundred agribusiness professionals on the use of phytogenic feed additives (PFAs) reveal a number of interesting insights regarding motivations for using PFAs.
Phytogenic feed additives (PFAs) are known to improve feed efficiency and could be an important tool to reduce feed cost in the context of high priced feed ingredients such as fish meal (FM). A feeding trial was conducted to evaluate whether a PFA (Digestarom® P.E.P. MGE) could be used as a tool to reduce the level of FM in shrimp diets.
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