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dsm-firmenich World Mycotoxin Survey 2024

Mycotoxins, produced by fungi, pose a pervasive threat by contaminating various feed ingredients. Their impact extends beyond mere contamination, significantly affecting the health, performance, welfare, and profitability of farm animals.

Join dsm-firmenich Animal Nutrition & Health and Romer Labs for an exclusive webinar, delving into a comprehensive discussion based on the latest findings from the dsm-firmenich World Mycotoxin Survey. This insightful event will explore the impending mycotoxin threats anticipated in poultry, swine, ruminants, and aquaculture worldwide along with key advancements in mycotoxin detection and their implications.

Key Topics Include

  • Mycotoxin contamination in raw ingredients from different regions with focus on important producing countries.
  • Evolving Mycotoxin Testing and Its Impact on Livestock Feed Producers - Investigating the advancements in testing for mycotoxins over the past 20 years, and how these developments have enhanced the effectiveness of mycotoxin risk management programs.
  • Beyond the Usual Suspects: Shedding light on mycotoxin contamination in overlooked commodities.
  • Risks of Multiple and Emerging Mycotoxins: Examining the dangers posed by the presence of multiple mycotoxins and newly identified threats.
  • Components of Effective Mycotoxin Risk Management: Discovering the essential elements of a robust mycotoxin risk management program.

This webinar serves as an indispensable platform to gain profound insights into combating mycotoxin challenges, empowering you to make informed decisions in the realm of animal nutrition.

Don't miss this opportunity to stay ahead in safeguarding livestock health and optimizing production efficiency. 

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More about dsm-firmenich World Mycotoxin Survey

The dsm-firmenich Mycotoxin Survey constitutes the longest running and most comprehensive data set on mycotoxin occurrence. Starting already in 2004, it allows to study the yearly changes in the occurrence of mycotoxins in different world regions. The increasing sample size over the years gives detailed insights on the incidence of the six major mycotoxins in the agricultural commodities used for livestock feed in order to identify the potential risk posed to livestock animal production.