MMI.S The microgranulated mycotoxin binder

MMi.S is a mycotoxin binder in microgranulated form, specially designed for easy use on the farm. Based on specific clays and algae, Olmix solutions can efficiently limit the impact of mycotoxins, such as fusarium toxins

The microgranulated toxin binder based on specific clays and algae

The situation


More than 25% of harvested cereals are contaminated by different types of mycotoxins (Source: FAO). The main damage caused is a weakening of the immune system by polycontamination, which leads to lower zootechnical performance. All animal species are sensitive to mycotoxins, even at low levels.

The challenge

A wide adsorption spectrum

The key to combatting mycotoxins in feed is to use a wide adsorbent spectrum, given the constantly evolving forms of mycotoxin contamination . A good binder must also be effective against mycotoxins such as deoxynivalenol and fumonisins, which are difficult to bind due to their size and shape.

The solution

The MMi.S mycotoxin binder

The MMi.S formula provides wide-spectrum adsorption. Its innovative microgranulated format facilitates mixing into feed and handling on the farm.

Using MMi.S toxin binder on the farm


  • 1

    For easy use on farm & better homogeneity in feeds (TMR & layer feeds)

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    No side effects on nutrient adsorption

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    Wide-spectrum adsorption

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    Natural solution

Wide-action spectrum

Olmix toxinbinder was tested in TNO gastric model (Holland) and proved to be able to protect against wide spectrum of toxins including fusariotoxins*.

*Results available upon request.

And you?

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For easy use directly on the farm

MMi.S has been developed in granules for easy use directly on the farm. Its non-dusty form also enables feed manufacturers to achieve more homogenous feed mixes.

How to use

The Olmix Technical Department will help you optimize the dosage of toxin binder in your feed to suit your farm and expected results.


Mycotoxins in animal husbandry

Mycotoxins: how to detect them.


Latest news


Olmix to present 2 technical posters at the Mycotoxin Workshop in Bydgoszcz, Poland


The first poster presents a study demonstrating the efficacy of an algo-clay complex on decreasing mycotoxin liver toxicity on broilers. The second poster analyses the occurrence of field and storage mycotoxins in Poland from years 2013-2016.


Olmix took part in the Indo Livestok Expo & Forum 2017


The company showed its algae-based natural solutions at the Booth AE-38 and hosted a technical seminar on mycotoxin risk management.