SPECIES SIGNIFICANT MYCOTOXINS AFFECTED GRAINS EFFECTS OF MYCOTOXIN CLINIC SYMPTOMS WHAT WE HAVE TO DO? WHAT DOES PHORA DO?
Dairy cows Aflatoxin M1 Corn, Peanuts, Cottonseed meal, Sorghum •Liver damaged
•Immunodepressive
•Intestinal destruction
•Affected DNA formation leads to mutations and cancer
•Weight gain
•Milk production
•Feed intake
•FCE
•Fertility
•Liver damage
•Encephalopathies

•Provide the correct storage
-Controls fungal growth

•Fighting against to mycotoxin
-Inhibits multiple mycotoxin production
- Binds and inactivates mycotoxins
-Detoxicates

•Support animal health and liver
- Protect liver
- Immunstimulan effect
- Antioxidan effect
- Strong antimicrobial effect

•Increase mortality      
•Fatty liver, necrosis
•Leg weakness
 
Ochratoxin Corn meal, rice, cereal •Deterioration in kidney
•Increase lipid peroxidation
•Inhibition of protein synthesis by RNA-binding
•Depression of cellular energy metabolism
•Egg production
•Weight gain
•Poor egg quality
•Neural effects
•Oral necrosis
 
Fumonisin Corn •Poor uptake
•Disrupt shingolipid metabolism
•Inhibition of N-acyltransferase
•Develop neurotoxic effects
•Lose appetite
•Become lethargic
•Growth rate
•Lower egg mess
•Egg shell quality
•Organ weight
•Hepatocellular hyperplasia
•Paralysis
•Gasping
• Extended legs and neck
 
  Zearalenon EU:2 µg / kg
China:100 µg / kg
•Affects the reproductive tract and sex hormone sensitive receptors
•Increase of eostrogenic potency
•Egg specific gravity
•Eggshell thickness  Interior
•Decrease in Serum calcium and increase of phosphorus content •Reduced feed intake and egg production