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Swine Post Mortem
It is important to consider the post-mortem changes present in the corpse. The main ones are tympanization, rigor mortis, desquamation of epithelia and imbibition by hemoglobin and bile.
Rigor mortis: Consist on the hardening and a certain contrac-tion of the stríated and smooth musculatura.
Necropsy StudioMargarita Trujano
Necropsy is essential for making a diagnosis. It is important to have on the farms the minimum equipment necessary to carry them out. Each professional adopts a necropsy technique and even modifies it to their liking and comfort, so this is only a guide for the systematic performance of it.
Mycotoxin lesions in the slaughterhouse-pigs
The main problem with mycotoxicosis in pigs is that in most cases this intoxication occurs gradually. Pigs will ingest sublethal amounts of the toxin for a prolonged period of time, affecting their health status.
Lesions of mycotoxins in swine
For prevention / control MYCOAD AZ every shipment with and adsorption certifícate by an independent laboratory against:
3000 PPB ZEARALENONE @ 1.0 KG / MT
3000 PPB FUMONISIN @ 1.0 KG / MT
3000 PPB OCHRATOXIN @ 1.0 KG / MT
Target organs. The key to an effective mycotoxins adsorbent
Few products have scientific trials showing a positive effect on target organs to support their claims. The following table shows a list of the scientific trials performed with MYCOAiD and MYCOAD AZ by independent Universities and Research Centers…
Efficacy claims based on scientific in vivo trials
Eighteen 20-day old recently weaned Yorkshire Cross gilts individually housed were randomly distributed into three dietary treatments with 6 replications each in an experimental farm at Trilogy Labs in Missouri, USA.
Scientific Papers / Poster
Poster AZ Vs. ZEA. in gilts
Zearalenone (ZEA) is a naturally occurring mycotoxin produced by Fusarium species, mainly Fusarium graminearum, on a variety of different grains, such as com, wheat, rice, sorghum, barley and rye. The Fusarium graminearum also survives in crop residues…
Poster AZ Vs. T2. toxin
Mycotoxins cause a wide variety of adverse clinical signs, depending on the nature and concentration of toxins in the diets, animal species, age; and nutritional and health status at the time of exposure to contaminated feed.