Mycotoxin contamination: food growing - harvesting - storage - livestock feed, the entire process everywhere.

Hong Kang Ling Feng mold - animal health partner

Mycotoxin Hazard and Risk Control

Toxin classification

Common easily contaminated feed

Symptoms of poisoning

Animal species that may affect the


Almost all of the grains, such as corn, peanuts, cottonseed, sorghum, wheat

Loss of immunity (immunosuppression), reduce food intake, cancer, dysfunctional life, rough coat; liver damage, poor performance

Dog, young piglet, sow, calf, pig, cow, sheep, poultry


Corn, wheat, oats, barley, sorghum, rice, sesame seeds, grain, hay and silage feed

Sow rectal and vaginal prolapse, decreased libido, pregnancy rate; immature boar testicular atrophy, subcutaneous edema; feeding, death, swollen vulva; reduced feed intake.

Pigs, cows, sheep, horses


Oats, mold sorghum, wheat, soybeans, peanuts, hay, silage material under wet conditions

Weight loss, anorexia, slow growth, decline in pig production efficiency, immunosuppression, abortion.

Pig, poultry, dairy cows


Corn, wheat, sorghum, barley, rye, hay and silage feed

Vomiting, refusal to eat, diarrhea, irritability, death, feed intake, reduced weight gain.

Pigs, poultry, fish, dogs, cats

T-2 toxin

Corn, wheat, sorghum, barley, mixed feed

Egg Drop, weight loss, death, mouth necrosis, liver hypertrophy, immune suppression, oral intestinal damage and bleeding.

Pigs, poultry


Corn, peanuts, cottonseed, sorghum, wheat

Weight gain, decreased feed intake, reduced reproduction rate. Easy disease in young pigs.

Dog, young pigs, sows, calves, pigs, cows, sheep, poultry


Corn, rice, sorghum

Lethargy, liver damage, pulmonary edema, respiratory disease and stillbirth.

Pigs, horses

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