Latest Mycotoxins Blog Posts

Why You Should Test Your Feed for Mycotoxins

Even with all necessary procedures and safeguards in place, every farmer should still prepare for potential feed contamination by mycotoxins.

New Trial Results Suggest High Concentrate-Diets Can Cause Endotoxin-Induced Liver Issues in Dairy Cows

Scientists from the BIOMIN Research Center in cooperation with the VetMed University in Vienna were awarded first prize for a poster summarizing new findings from a study conducted on dairy cows.

Worldwide Mycotoxin Occurrence in Plant Meals: A Real Risk to Aquaculture Development

Research characterizing the adverse effects of mycotoxins on the performance and health of animals has in large part focused on terrestrial livestock species.

Rearers Beware: The Mycotoxin Risk in Week Old Chicks

Although a risk at any stage of development, mycotoxins can be particularly devastating to week one chicks unless proper risk management is implemented.

Regional Results of Global Mycotoxin Occurrence Through September 2017

Results of the BIOMIN Mycotoxin Survey conducted from January to September 2017 indicate that deoxynivalenol (DON) and fumonisins (FUM) are the most common mycotoxins found in feedstuffs.

Mycotoxin Impacts on Ruminants

An overview of the main mycotoxins that disrupt rumen function, impairing animal health and performance.