ToxEat- Toxin Binder for Ruminant, Poultry & Aquaculture
• Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate
• Yeast wall
• Lactic acid bacteria
• Active Charcoal
• Ruminal, poultry & aquaculture feed
• Feed manufacturing factories
Amount and Method of Use
• 0.5 to 2 kg per ton in poultry and aquaculture feed
• 0.8 to 2 kg per ton of livestock concentrates
• 15 to 30 g per dairy cattle per day
Properties and Effects
• Absorption and neutralization of fungal toxins in feed
• Improve the feed conversion ratio and increase production
• Improve the immune system
• Reduce Aflatoxin M1
• Improve reproductive performance
• Reduce pollution and reduce mycotoxins Digestive Diseases caused by fish farms
• Reduce abortion and embryo absorption
• This product will keep its activity after pelletizing process
The Mechanism of Action
Different families of fungi such as Aspergillus fusarium and penicillium have the ability to grow on fodder and livestock feeds and produce toxins such as aflatoxins, Zearalenone, Ochratoxins, phomopsin and trichothecenes, such as DON and T2 toxins. These toxins are very dangerous even in very few amounts and have effects such as increased conversion ratios, reduced production, reproductive problems, inhibiting the synthesis of proteins and cell death, increasing somatic cells in milk, and causing severe neurological damage.
There are several ways to remove these toxins, one of which is the use of toxin binder. Toxin binder (ToxEat) has a mineral portion of active charcoal and sodium aluminosilicate and an organic part consisting of yeast cell and bacterial cell wall.
The sodium aluminosilicate used in this product when saturated with water prevents toxic effects by absorbing polar groups of toxins such as aflatoxin.
The yeast cell wall of this product is rich in mannan and glucomannan, and due to structural changes, after isolation, it has a higher absorption capacity for toxins such as T2 toxin, ochratoxin and DON.
In order to enhance the ability of ToxEat in toxin absorption, lactic acid bacteria with fast digestive ability have been used. During the development of these bacteria, they produce specific enzymes that break down the toxins.
In a dry place and at temperatures below 25 °C
Up to 24 months after production date
1, 10 and 25 kg in three-layer packages