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primarily a concern for home mixers, it is also relevant for feed mills and integrators. If there is 1kg of the product mixed in 1,000kg of feed, then uniform distribution is cru- cial – otherwise performance may fluctuate widely within a herd. Many factors may influence the proper distribution of the feed additive in the ration and its availability for all animals such as the use of concentrated additives, the order of adding the raw materials to the mixer, the type of raw materials and their degree of fragmentation, as well as the time of mixing. Issues related to product distribution uniformity can be ad- dressed by regularly checking your feed for homogeneity.


6. Poor quality components With hundreds of toxin binder products available on the mar-


ket, producers have nearly unlimited choice. Examples of binder materials include silicates, clays, yeast and charcoal. Some materials are better at binding than others. Bentonites, clay minerals which result from the decomposi- tion of volcanic ash consisting mainly of the phyllosilicate mineral montmorillonite (smectite), have received EU author- isation for the deactivation of aflatoxin B1 (AfB1) in animal feed. Activated charcoal represents a very unspecific binder,


Source: Biomin.


meaning that it also adsorbs nutrients – so producers are es- sentially paying to reduce feed quality. Producers are advised to carefully select a binder that is backed by scientific results and demonstrated success in the field.


A mycotoxin sampling guide can be found on the Biomin website.


Figure 2 - Binders are not effective against deoxynivalenol, T-2 toxin, etc.


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Salmoporc 20 doses Lyophilisate and solvent for suspension for injection for pigs. Composition: Each dose (1 ml of the reconstituted vaccine) contains: Salmonella Typhimurium mutant, strain 421/125, genetically-stable, double-attenuated (histidine-adenine auxotrophic): 5 × 108 to 5 × 109 CFU*. Indications: Subcutaneous use: For active immunisation of sows and gilts to reduce excretion of Salmonella Typhimurium wild type strains during lactation. Onset of immunity: two weeks after the second vaccination. Duration of immunity: 24 weeks after the second vaccination. Oral use: For active immunisation of suckling and weaned piglets to reduce bacterial colonisation and excretion as well as clinical symptoms due to an infection with Salmonella Typhimurium. Onset of immunity: two weeks after the second vaccination. Duration of immunity: 19 weeks after the second vaccination. Contraindications: None. Adverse reactions: A temporary rise in body temperature by up to 1.1 °C on average, in single cases up to maximum 2.2 °C (up to two days after vaccination) occurs very commonly after vaccination of gilts and sows. A mild local reaction (redness and swelling with an average diameter of 4 cm and a maximum diameter of 11 cm) at the site of injection occurs very commonly in gilts and sows. These disappear without treatment within approximately two weeks. Mild diarrhea was commonly observed in suckling piglets after oral application. Withdrawal period: Meat and off al: 6 weeks post 2nd vaccination. To be supplied only on veterinary prescription. Marketing Authorisation Holder: IDT Biologika GmbH, Am Pharmapark, 06861 Dessau-Rosslau, Germany. * Colony Forming Units


Salmoporc 200 doses Lyophilisate for oral suspension for pigs. Composition: Each dose (1 ml of the reconstituted vaccine) contains: Salmonella Typhimurium mutant, strain 421/125, genetically-stable, double-attenuated (histidine-adenine auxotrophic): 5 × 108 to 5 × 109 CFU*. Indications: For active immunisation of suckling and weaned piglets to reduce bacterial colonisation and excretion as well as clinical symptoms due to an infection with Salmonella Typhimurium. Onset of immunity: two weeks after the second vaccination. Duration of immunity: 19 weeks after the second vaccination. Contraindications: None. Adverse reactions: Mild diarrhea was commonly observed in suckling piglets after oral application. Withdrawal period: Meat and off al: 6 weeks post 2nd vaccination. To be supplied only on veterinary prescription. Marketing Authorisation Holder: IDT Biologika GmbH, Am Pharmapark, 06861 Dessau- Rosslau, Germany.


* Colony Forming Units 40


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