Tag: Alquerfeed Antitox
Every year mycotoxins affect feed and raw materials used in animal nutrition. Once ingested these secondary metabolites produced by toxigenic fungi have harmful effects for the animals so their presence has a great economic impact on farms…
On November 15, 2021, the International Symposium for Europe of Biovet S.A. was held with conferences on poultry, swine, and aquaculture…
The congress was held in online format on 23rd of September 2021 The International Symposium for China was held on 23rd of September in online format by Zoom. The congress was organized by Biovet S.A. and Beijing Chengzhi Zhonghe, in collaboration with Veterinaria Digital. Dra. Júlia Pié, veterinarian from Biovet’s technical team, gave the first […]
On September 23, 2021, Biovet S.A. will organize a special Symposium for the Chinese market in collaboration with Beijing Distributor Chengzhi Zhonghe. This time, the sessions will be online, via Zoom and will begin at 9.30 a.m. (CEST) The first session, presented by Dr. Júlia Pié, will describe the challenges faced by the digestive system […]
Previously, we have described the patented method of obtaining Alquerfeed Antitox and its mechanism of action. Thanks to this obtaining process, Alquerfeed Antitox has unique properties as a mycotoxin binder, which are all differential compared to any other type of mycotoxin binder.
Alquermold Natural and Alquernat Nebsui at the 17th Conference on Animal Nutrition and Feed Science and Technology
From August 16-18, Beijing Distributor Chengzhi Zhonghe Biotechnology Co. Ltd. is sponsoring the 17th Conference on Animal Nutrition and Feed Science and Technology.
Biovet has developed a patented molecule called Silicoglycidol, highly effective as a mycotoxin binder, which makes up the also patented Alquerfeed Antitox binder.
Silicates, a union of silicon and oxygen, also called silicic acid salts, are the most abundant minerals in the earth’s crust. They occupy 92% of the continental surface, constituting basic components of rocks, sands and clays.
Fumonisin, deoxynivalenol (DON) and zearalenone were the most prevalent mycotoxins worldwide during the last part of 2020 and this prevalence is expected to continue during the first quarter of 2021.