In recent years, new research has expanded our understanding of mycotoxins and their impact on ruminants. Antonio Gallo is an associate professor and researcher at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and he has been at the forefront of this research over the last decade. During the first part of this webinar, Antonio will guide us through his findings and how this information can be utilized for promoting cattle health and productivity in modern dairy and beef farming.
During the second part of this webinar, we’ll present a practical tool to help you troubleshoot problems at the farm level. Our latest publication, ‘Differential Diagnosis for Mycotoxicosis in Ruminants’, outlines some of the most important problems on ruminant farms and explains the possible causes, how to identify them and how to correct them. The causes of the problems are divided in four groups: nutrition, management, diseases and mycotoxins.
Although there is today more information available on mycotoxins in ruminants, such as scientific papers, this guide is the first to compile it in a practical, actionable way. After joining our webinar, we will be happy to put you in touch with a local representative so you can get your free copy of this booklet to assist you at your farm or with your clients.
Join us on Thursday, June 9th, 9:00 – 10:00 or 16:00-17:00. We look forward to meeting you!
Antonio Gallo, PhD
Associate Professor at Department of Animal Science, Food and Nutrition (DIANA). Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Ignacio Artavia, MSc
Global Product Manager, Competence Center for Mycotoxins. dsm-firmenich ANH
Paige Gott, PhD
Regional Product Manager for Mycofix in North America, dsm-firmenich ANH