There are numerous economic consequences associated with mycotoxins in ruminant production that are very serious. Mycotoxins damage intestinal tissue, which reduces nutrient absorption. They also impair liver, kidney, reproductive, and immune function, which reduces the performance of the animal.
The consequences, however, don't stop there. Mycotoxins may be responsible for a range of diseases and can be transferred to the animal by the food the animal is given to eat.
Some efforts in counteracting the mycotoxins include clays and modified glucans. However, the use of clays causes unnecessary nutrient and vitamin absorption that can't be used by the animal. Therefore, the use of these clays has been limited in the past few years. The best preventions of mycotoxins is maintaining a clean trough and keeping silage and grains fresh.
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