Symptoms of mycotoxicosis Sub-Clinical
Symptoms of mycotoxicosis Clinical
Swine are sensitive to mycotoxins, especially nursing or nursery-age swine. Producers must be aware that if one toxin is identified in a sample, the chances are high that other toxins are present. Pigs are extremely sensitive to mycotoxins and their presence in feed, even at low levels, reduces performance in growing and breeding animals, affects the immune and health status and can ultimately lead to death. Irreversible tissue damages occur, impairing animal performance even when no mycotoxins are present.