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MycoMan® Predict: Prediction of the pre-harvest of the grain quality of maize and wheat

MycoMan® Predict has been developed by Adisseo in partnership with Syngenta, a world-wide leader in plant solutions. Thanks to a predictive equation, the mycotoxin contamination of an area can be forecasted before a crop is harvested. The predictive equation is based on two factors: the climatic and the agronomic circumstances in a particular region during the current year. The climatic risk depends on a combination of precipitation and temperature during crop vegetation, while the agronomic risk is due to the monoculture, plough practices and the sensitivity of the crop strains. Although these factors may be equal for the same crop in the same area, the equation for each mycotoxin will be different.

Available only in selected European countries.

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MycoMan Harvest bulletin: Assessment of overall crop conditions and grain quality of maize and wheat

The harvest bulletin provides analytical values for maize and wheat, that have been collected post-harvest and before storage. This analysis describes the risk of mycotoxin contamination for the entire coming year. Allowing for corrective actions such as discarding contaminated batches or diluting highly contaminated batches with more secure batches in the feed mill.

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MycoMan Test (quick): Rapid test kit to screen raw materials before they enter a feed mill

The best practical way of controlling mycotoxin levels is to use rapid test kit systems for the analysis of mycotoxins in raw ingredients, which have not yet arrived in silos. Different rapid test kit systems have been validated for different mycotoxins and commodities. They offer a very quick and effective way of screening a raw material before it enters a feed mill. Once the levels are known, each feed mill can estimate the quality of its raw ingredients, in terms of mycotoxin contamination. And can then effectively and precisely (dosage adjustment) apply a mycotoxin deactivator during feed production.

At Adisseo, we have two different quick tests available from top suppliers: Charm EZ and R-Biopharm.

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MycoMan Test (lab): Accredited laboratory service to screen finished feeds

Another mycotoxin risk management strategy is to test for the presence of mycotoxins in finished feeds. The most important advantage of such an approach is that each raw ingredient can introduce its own mycotoxins into the finished feed. However, if only some raw ingredients are tested by means of rapid test kits, other low inclusion (5-10%) but important raw ingredients can be missed. Nonetheless, these may still be causing significant contamination of the finished feeds. An accredited laboratory service is required for this step. Please contact your local RCM to find out more about your local agreements.

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MycoMan® Mobile app: Practical management mobile app for a complete mycotoxin hazard assessment.

The MycoMan® mobile app is a perfect tool to practically manage the negative effects of moulds and mycotoxins. On the basis of the analysis of the main mycotoxin levels, the app shows you directly how serious the impact on the animal will be, which Adisseo product is most appropriate, and what dosage is required. You will then receive a full report of your analysis by e-mail, enabling you to make the right decision on-the-spot.

  • Mycotoxin risk
  • Product recommendation
  • Animal species
  • Date of submission
  • Mycotoxin contamination
  • Mycotoxin challenge
  • Product recommendation
  • Product dosage recommendation
  • Alternative products
  • Possible symptoms
  • Product description
  • Benefits of the product
  • And more

 

MycoGut Academy is Adisseo’s interactive poultry focused education programme, run in close cooperation with Ghent University, which includes practical and classroom sessions designed for an international group of industry professionals.

 

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Latest news on Mycotoxin Management

  • MycoInfo Webinar Series by Adisseo
  • Mycotoxin contamination in maize harvested in Spain in 2020
  • Interview: Adisseo’s Mycotoxin Service Offers Holistic Approach to Costly Contamination Problems
  • Mycotoxin contamination in wheat harvested in the United Kingdom in 2020
  • Mycotoxin contamination in wheat from Poland harvested in 2020
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