Mitigating the effects of fumonisins in monogastrics

For poultry and swine nutritionists, veterinarians and production audiences, this webinar will provide the fundamentals of understanding how mycotoxins can affect poultry and swine health and performance. Information about new solutions will be shared to combat the negative effects of key mycotoxins.

Attend this webinar and learn:

  • Key mycotoxins for poultry and swine
  • How mycotoxins affect swine and poultry health and performance
  • The latest mycotoxin trends
  • New potential solutions to combat mycotoxins in monogastric animals


Andy Vance - Moderator

Director, Strategic Accounts
Farm Progress


Dr. Todd Applegate

Department Head and R. Harold and Patsy Harrison Chair in Poultry Science
The University of Georgia

Responsible for recruiting and building teams of faculty and students to effectively respond to challenges affecting Georgia and the global poultry sector through scientific research and technology transfer for efficient and environmentally sustainable production of poultry products while providing for optimal animal well-being.

Dr. Dieter Moll

Research Team Leader

Studied biotechnology in Vienna, Austria, and London, UK. After a stint for a project at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna and the United Nations, he worked at the Center for Nanobiotechnology of BOKU University for his PhD degree in Vienna, and at the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology of Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN, for his post-doc years. He joined Biomin in Tulln, Austria, in 2005 to develop enzyme technology for degradation of mycotoxins in animal feed. Dieter set up a molecular biology lab and team to discover and develop enzymes including the fumonisin esterase FUMzyme®. He continues to work on mycotoxin degrading enzymes as a research team leader for dsm-firmenich.

Date: Start Date: Oct 18, 2022 

Time: 02:00 PM EDT

Moderator: Andy Vance