Animal Nutrition

Safety of mycotoxins binders in poultry

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Traditionally, anti-mycotoxin additives have been used for decades to prevent the harmful effects caused by mycotoxins. 

Historically, one of the main concerns has been the possibility of negatively affecting performance parameters, through the absorption of essential nutrients, such as minerals and vitamins, within the gastrointestinal tract. 

Under commercial conditions, there are cases of farms that have reported that some products are capable of affecting the ideal level of birds’ productivity. 

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MicotoxinasConsidering all these factors, it is crucial to review the results of in vivo tests when evaluating the mycotoxin binders to be used in the feed. 

If any decrease is identified in daily body weight gain, feed intake, feed conversion ratio and some other parameters, there is a chance that the additive is causing deleterious effects on the birds in the experiment. 

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Among the research reviewed in this article, we include the evaluations of two types of anti-mycotoxin additives:

A traditional clay                   A modified clay

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In several tests carried out in different experimental research institutions located in different countries, their effects on the bone composition and skin pigmentation in broilers were evaluated. The last cited research measured the effect on performance parameters and bones in ducks. 

Effect of a modified clay on the bone composition and performance parameters in broilers

One of the trial objectives was to determine the effect of the anti-mycotoxin additive on




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