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Each sample was tested for 6 major mycotoxin groups of:
A-Trichothecenes (A-Trich): T-2, HT-2, Neosolaniol, Diacetoxyscirpenol
B-Trichothecenes (B-Trich): Deoxynivalenol (DON/Vomitoxin), Acetyl-deoxynivalenol, Nivalenol, Fusarenon X
Fumonisins (FUM): B1, B2, B3
Aflatoxins (Afla): B1, B2, G1, and G2
Ochratoxin A (OTA)
Mycotoxins can occur throughout the whole corn plant, not just the grain. Therefore, this corn silage report will focus on detail specific to mycotoxin occurrence and contamination of this important feedstuff. The report will be refreshed with new data every quarter as corn silage samples are received and analyzed.
The survey results represent samples sent in for surveillance testing only and does not include any sample submitted following clinical signs. Below we discuss preliminary trends of each of these feed ingredients regarding mycotoxin prevalence and contamination levels.
A 5-step comprehensive mycotoxin risk management service program designed to counteract the mycotoxins occurring in feed ingredients, and to safeguard the health and performance of your animals.
We offer a range of analytical services to customers to assess the mycotoxin contamination of feed materials.