Olmix mycotoxin binders associate specific algae and clays to efficiently reduce the impact of mycotoxins, including the most difficult to bind toxins, such as fusarium. The MT.x+ toxin binder is incorporated directly into the feed or premix
More than 25% of harvested cereals are contaminated with various mycotoxins (Source: FAO). The main damage caused is immunosuppression due to polycontamination, which leads to lower performance. All animal species are sensitive to mycotoxins, even at low levels.
The key to combatting mycotoxins in feed is to use a wide-spectrum adsorbent, given that forms of mycotoxin contamination are constantly evolving. A good binder must also be effective against mycotoxins such as deoxynivalenol and fumonisins that are difficult to bind because of their size and shape.
The MT.x+ mycotoxins binder
MT.x+ blends a specific clay and alga with other adsorbents to create a product with a wide adsorption spectrum for different mycotoxins, including fusarium toxins.
No side effects on nutrient adsorption
Integrated into feed
Tests carried out on the gastric model at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) demonstrate the ability of the Olmix gastric binder to protect animals from a wide spectrum of mycotoxins, including fusariotoxins.*
*Results available upon request.
25 kg bag
How to analyze mycotoxins
Ms Mariel Neves Tavares, Olmix’s Regional Sales Manager in Brasil, was interviewed by the feed&food magazine at the latest edition of SIAVS in São Paulo, Brazil.
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.
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Usable in organic farming in compliance with the EC regulations No 834/2007 and No 889/2008.