Main pathologies in broilers and prevention mechanisms10 de January de 2022
Training day on Miner E for Guatemala14 de March de 2022
The conference will deal with mycotoxin binders, preservatives and shikimates
On March 16, 2022, Minervet S.A. will organize a training day for China. The conference will be held for the distributor WEI FANG YO TIAN HE RUI INTERNATIONAL TRADING Co. Ltd. and its customers and will focus on providing solutions that help prevent major challenges facing the poultry and pig industry.
Specifically, the talks will present the use of mycotoxin binders, Aisen and Aisen Plus, the preservative, Minermold, and the shikimates, Miner I.
Mycotoxins are a frequent problem in poultry and pig farms
Mycotoxins are toxic metabolites produced by toxigenic fungi of great importance in animal feed since they contaminate feed and raw materials. Its ingestion causes damages to the digestive tract of animals, which causes a worsening of productive performance and economic losses.
Minervet S.A. will present the Aisen and Aisen Plus at the conference. These are mycotoxin binders based on the Polysilicol molecule that have a broad spectrum of action. Additionally, Aisen Plus is enriched with probiotics in order to facilitate the repopulation of the intestinal microflora. Both products can be used in poultry and pig farming.
Minermold to prevent the appearance of pathogenic bacteria and fungi
On the other hand, the use of Minermold is also recommended, a natural microbicide, with feed preservative action, thanks to its bactericidal and fungicidal power in contact with raw materials and compound feed.
Field studies show that Minermold is effective against pathogenic bacteria, such as E. coli, Salmonella, Clostridium and Staphylococcus, and against fungi such as Aspergillus, Fusarium or Penicillium.
Shikimates to improve immunity and intestinal welfare in poultry and pigs
Finally, this conference for China will focus on the use of Miner I. This product is formulated based on Shikimates, active botanical micro molecules included in the feed in different amounts and concentrations that improve the animal’s physiology. In this case Miner I, has the objective of improving the immune system of animals. Its use improves general immunity in young and adult animals, both healthy and sick.
The conference will be held by the veterinary team of Minervet S.A. and members of the Peruvian Academy of Veterinary Sciences will also participate.