C. Elliott et al., Institute for Global Food Security, School of Biological Sciences, Queens University Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
The contamination of feed with mycotoxins is a continuing feed quality and safetyissue, leading to significant losses in livestock production and potential human health risks. Consequently, various methods have been developed to reduce the occurrence of mycotoxins in feed; however, feed supplementation with clay minerals or mineral adsorbents is the most prominent approach widely practiced by farmers and the feed industry.
Dr. Ing John Htoo, Director Technical Consultancy - Swine (Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH)
Methionine (Met) is an essential amino acid and is usually the third limiting amino acid after lysine and threonine in typical swine diets. When supplying Met in swine diets it is important to consider its vital metabolic functions beyond growth performance.
Gilson Alexandre Gomes, Head of Global Technical, AB Vista
With the improvement of the standard of living of the population there is an increase not only in the demand for products of animal origin, but also an increased expectation that in addition to nutritious food should be safe, healthy and safeguard the environment.