March 12, 2018

13/03/2018: Olmix, silver sponsor at the World Mycotoxin Forum 2018

Olmix Group will be silver sponsor for the 10th World Mycotoxin Forum, to take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 12-14 March

Besides taking part in the exhibitor area of the event, the Olmix Animal Care team will present two technical posters, being also one of the participants of the plenary conference session.

The World Mycotoxin Forum is the leading international meeting series on mycotoxin issues where food and feed industry representatives meet with people from universities and governments from around the world.

The aim of the conference is to contribute to take mycotoxin control to the next level. As for many years, Olmix will participate to this unmissable conference and this year as a silver sponsor.

The scientific committee of the conference invite Olmix to share its expertise on effective mycotoxin detoxification strategies during a talk in the scientific program.

Maria Angeles Rodriguez, For Feed Product Manager, will present the different parameters that influence the efficacy of a mycotoxin detoxifying agent, from their own characteristics to the evaluation method used to study them.

She will dress an updated scientific review on the different types of products available on the market.

Olmix will also take the opportunity to share new data on the efficacy of an algo-clay complex on decreasing mycotoxins liver toxicity on broilers.

Last but not least, present at the poster session, Olmix will share its technical knowledge on mycotoxin occurrence in different types of forage: a complete analysis extracted from a unique database that permits to better understand mycotoxin contamination and risk for ruminants.

For more information visit the World Mycotoxin Forum website, HERE.

Visit the Olmix website, HERE.

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