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There was an increase in DON and de-DON serum levels in suckling piglets exposed to the HiZEN diet during the last week of gestation and during lactation.


Increase of α-ZEL levels in milk A significant increase in α-ZEL levels was observed in the co- lostrum of sows receiving T3, i.e., those fed a HiZEN diet from d109 until farrowing. When the milk was evaluated at wean- ing, the increase in α-ZEL levels was observed in sows fed the T2 and T3 diets, i.e., those fed a HiZEN diet from farrowing to weaning or from d109 to weaning, respectively (Table 2). When the milk was evaluated at weaning, a significant in- crease in α-ZEL levels was observed in sows fed a HiZEN diet from farrowing to weaning, regardless of the ZEN level before farrowing. DON levels in colostrum and milk were similar among the groups, since the dietary levels of DON were the same for all sows.


Increase in mycotoxin serum levels At the start of the trial, no differences were observed in the


Table 2 – Effect of dietary treatment on mycotoxins levels (ng/ml) in colostrum and milk.


T1


Colostrum ZEN


α-ZEL DON


Milk ZEN


α-ZEL DON


0.053


0.094a 0.75


0.120 0.062a 2.98


T2 0.048


0.066a 0.36


0.130 0.176b 3.19


T3 0.075


0.218b 0.76


0.115 0.156b 2.37


LSD


0.0624 0.0793 1.013


0.0823 0.0920 1.932


P-value 0.62


<0.01 0.63


0.93


0.043 0.64


a,b Different superscripts indicate significant differences among treatments (P ≤ 0.05). b-ZEL, ZAN, α-ZAL, b-ZAL, and de-DON were not detected in the samples.


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