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GOOD PRACTICES FOR ANIMAL FEED AND LIVESTOCK 1




ON-FARM MYCOTOXIN CONTROL
IN FOOD AND FEED GRAIN

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    FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2007


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Table of contents

Part I   [672Kb]

    Preface
    What are mycotoxins?
    Signs of mycotoxins and mould growth
    Factors that affect fungal growth
    What are the effects of mould on animal feed?
    Which moulds produce mycotoxins?
    What are the symptoms of mycotoxin poisoning?

Part II   [925Kb]

    How to take care of food and feed
    Prevent mould damage before harvest
    Prevent mould damage during harvest
    Prevent mould damage after harvest
    Disposal of mycotoxin contaminated grain
    References

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