Climate change and extreme weather events are factors that influence mycotoxin prevalence around the globe for he last years. Mycotoxin contamination of grains causes economic losses and has negative consequences for the health of all livestock. Mycotoxin management, therefore, has the utmost priority for animal producers.
This webinar is organized All About Feed. With speakers from Schothorst Feed Research, Impextraco and Agrimprove, the webinar will air at April 15, at 15:00 CET. The toxicology of mycotoxins in farm animals and the different strategies for mycotoxin prevention and elimination will be discussed.
Short outline of the programme?
- Introduction by Marieke Ploegmakers (Editor for All About Feed)
- Susceptibility of broiler chickens to deoxynivalenol exposure via artificial or natural dietary contamination by Regiana R Santos (Researcher at Schothorst Feed Research)
- Effectively disabling mycotoxins. Zearaleone, a case study by Josep Garcia – Sirera (Product Manager Toxin Solutions at Agrimprove)
- How do mycotoxins impair gut barrier functioning with altered immune response as a consequence by Astrid Koppenol (Product developer at Impextraco)
Thursday, 15 April 2021
03.00 – 04.00 PM CEST
Speakers & topics
Regiana R Santos
“Susceptibility of broiler chickens to deoxynivalenol exposure via artificial or natural dietary contamination“
- Effects of artificial and natural contamination on broiler chickens
- Intestinal and liver damage caused by deoxynivalenol
- Serum markers and gene expression
Josep Garcia – Sirera
“Effectively disabling mycotoxins. Zearaleone, a case study”.
- Understanding the toxicology of mycotoxins in farm animals.
- How to test an effective toxin solution: in vitro vs in vivo.
- Converting the research into a commercial solution for farmers.
“How do mycotoxins impair gut barrier functioning with altered immune response as a consequence”.
- What is the effect of mycotoxin intake on animal health
- Biomarkers as diagnostic tools
- Effect on gut barrier functioning
- Altered immune response