How to adapt to the changing mycotoxin landscape

How to adapt to the changing mycotoxin landscape

Due to changing climatic conditions, it is wise to base mycotoxin mitigation decisions not on what has been found in the past, but to other regions for future planning. (stevanovicigor| iStock.com)

Climate change emerges as a critical issue ensuring food and feed safety

The presence of mycotoxins in food and feed may cause adverse health effects in humans and animals, ranging from gastrointestinal and kidney disorders to immune deficiency and cancer. The effects on livestock production have been long discussed, impacting growth, mortality, milk and egg production, fertility, gut health and susceptibility to disease.

Read the full article at: Feed Strategy | November 2019