Sunday, 19 November 2017

 

‘Must-Read Book’ on Mycotoxins to be Unveiled at EuroTier

Kemin provides compelling and valuable compilation relevant to all animal species
agrilife24.com, International desk:–Kemin is rolling out its fourth in a series of books on key nutrition and hot-topic health issues at EuroTier in Hannover, Germany November 15. Written by leading industry and academic experts, Mycotoxins in Animal Feeds – Facts and Solutions, provides a state-of-the-art assessment on the occurrence and impact of mycotoxins in animal nutrition and options for managing.

“This is a must-read book for anyone who wishes to understand the impact of mycotoxin challenges and potential approaches for more profitable animal protein production,” said K.P. Philip, president of the animal nutrition and health division of Kemin. “We brought together a cross-section of outstanding members of academia and specialists active in the animal nutrition and mycotoxin domain fields for both depth and breadth of information, as well as insights on how to effectively control mycotoxicosis under different challenging conditions.”

More than 1,000+ mycotoxins have been discovered and the risk of mycotoxins entering the feed chain is almost unavoidable and worthy of the industry’s attention.

“The timing of this compilation of papers couldn’t be better,” said Nicola Tallarico, product manager responsible for the mycotoxin control programme at Kemin. “There is growing awareness and debate around the topic and we believe sharing scientific findings and analysis is a critical step in the process of working together to manage mycotoxin risks in animals.”   

It’s been Kemin’s experience that the most cost-effective way of managing the negative effect of mycotoxins on animal performance is to intervene during the production of feed. This can be managed using specific feed ingredients capable of neutralizing or counteracting the negative effects of mycotoxins after their ingestion by the animals.

To learn more about this approach, as well as the book, Mycotoxins in Animal Feeds – Facts and Solutions, for all animal species and feed producers across the region of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa (EMENA), stop by for the official book launch on Tuesday, November 15 at 11:30 at booth #20 L22.

For more information on this, or any of the other books in the Kemin series, please see below book series list, Table of Contents for the latest release, and/or contact Tin Marien at Office 32 14 28 62 60 or Mobile 32 474 73 79 80.

Kemin Informational Book Series:
1.The Importance of intestinal Health in Poultry
2.Lipid Digestion and Absorption in Animal Nutrition
3.Unravelling the Secrets of Amino Acid Nutrition for Efficient Dairy Farming
4.Mycotoxins in Animal Feeds – Facts and Solutions (Nov. 15, 2016)

Mycotoxins in Animal Feeds – Facts and Solutions

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Multi-mycotoxin occurrence in compound feeds: An overview from 2011 to 2016
Marthe De Boevre, Khalil Somar, Mario Van de Velde, Christ’l Detavernier, and Sarah De Saeger – Laboratory of Food Analysis, Ghent University, Belgium.

Mycotoxins impacts on broiler productive performance
Marcos Kipper, Ines Andretta, Kátia Maria Cardinal, Priscila Moraes, Bruna Schroeder and Vitória Hansen – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Mycotoxins impacts on pig productive performance
Ines Andretta, Marcos Kipper, Priscila Moraes, Katia Maria Cardinal, Vitória Hansen, and Bruna Schroeder – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil.

The role of mycotoxins in the health and performance of dairy cows
Johanna Fink-Gremmels – Utrecht University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, IRAS, Division of Veterinary Pharmacology, Pharmacy and Toxicology, The Netherlands

Characterization of 27 mycotoxin binders and the relation with in vitro zearalenone adsorption at a single concentration
Thomas De Mil, Mathias Devreese, Siegrid De Baere, Patrick De Backer and Siska Croubels – Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, Belgium.

Eric Van Ranst – Department of Geology and Soil Science, Faculty of Science, Ghent University, Belgium.

Mia Eeckhout –Department of Applied Biosciences, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering,
Ghent University, Belgium

Let’s ask our animals. When the broad-spectrum efficacy of a mycotoxins binder is confirmed by in-vivo trials
Nicola Tallarico – Kemin Europa N.V., Belgium

Mycotoxin analysis: A basis to create insights for customers
Ellen Nobels, Nicola Tallarico, Anton Cherkashin, Erwin Witters – Kemin Europa N.V., Belgium