Mycotoxins are poisons produced from the secondary metabolic processes which occur naturally in a variety of moulds that grow on food crops. The amount and type of mycotoxin produced varies by the type of mould prevalent during different environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity. Stress on crops from insects, weeds and weather also influence mould growth and mycotoxin production.
Mycotoxins can lower feed consumption and feed conversion, reduce disease resistance, increase reproductive problems, reduce performance, and restrict genetic expression of traits.
Dairy 20g/hd/day as a top dress or added to TMR
Beef 10g/hd/day as a top dress or added to TMR
Calves, Sheep & Goats 6-10g/hd/day as a top dress or added to TMR
Horse Add to rations at 40g/hd/day
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When Mycotoxins are present in feed, treating with UltraSorb can result in:
• Increased intakes
• Increased milk production
• Increased growth rates
• Improved fertility
• Reduced litter and flock mortality
• Better herd, flock and litter health
How Does it Work?
ULTRASORB MODE OF ACTION BINDS - NEUTRALISES - TRANSFORMS
• Clay mineral particles - bind the “polar” mycotoxins
• Yeast wall components - bind to toxins and pathogenic bacteria
• Yeast cell extracts - modifies toxin structures to render them non-toxic
• Microbial nutrient package - supports tissue and beneficial microflora recovery
Handling & Storage
As with other dry feeds, fats should be stored in cool dry conditions. Care should be taken to ensure correct amounts are weighed into rations and that the straight material is kept well away from animal contact. Fats are normally available to all areas throughout the year, though adequate notice needs to be given to ensure timely delivery of small loads.
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Suggested feeding rates are produced as a guide only and many other factors may have an overriding effect on animal response; no performance guarantee can be given.
Rations should be carefully balanced for energy and protein, contain sufficient forage to maintain rumen function and be fortified with an appropriate vitamin and mineral supplement. Animals must have constant access to clean water.
In all activities Specialist Nutrition adheres to the highest standard of health and safety procedures, and environmental compliance. We strongly recommend to all customers that they review their farm health and safety practices, and work environment to ensure they operate in a safe working environment.