Horse Mycotoxifin

Mycotoxins are known as secondary metabolites of fungi and are commonly produced by growing fungi. Mycotoxins cause four major types of poisoning, including acute poisoning, chronic poisoning, mutagenicity, and malabsorption.
Herbal Toxin Binder is a unique and knowledgeable product with a special formulation for use in poultry and Ruminant nutrition. The design and production of this product have been done using the knowledge of the world today. For this purpose, special attention has been paid to the physiology of the gastrointestinal tract, the range of effects of each component, as well as the possible effect of mycotoxins on the diet of birds and livestock.
The biologically active yeast, like a probiotic, has the ability to replicate and produce enzymes (enzymes that inhibit groups of mycotoxins) in the digestive tract.
Medicinal Herbs Extract (Ginger, Blackberry, Peppermint, …)
These phytogenic compounds combine with three mechanisms: preventing the toxic and negative effects of mycotoxins on the liver, preventing inflammatory reactions, and also preventing oxidative stress and antioxidant effects, and increase the immune system and resistance of the bird. These herbal substances are formulated to accelerate the healing of wounds caused by fungal toxins in the intestinal mucosa.
Humic acid
Humic acid is produced through biological or chemical reactions, and during the process of homocycling of organic matter through the biological activity of microorganisms. Humic acid is not a stable structure but has several intermediate
structures, which are mostly oxidized and negatively charged. This compound trapped mycotoxins due to its negative charge and repel them from the bird’s digestive system by absorbing their toxins.
Mineral section
Exclusive Clay (patented certificate), loaded with magnesium / potassium instead of conventional clays with calcium / sodium load. It has an absorption capacity of polycarbonate mycotoxins 12 times higher than conventional mineral absorbent materials.
Broiler: 1 to 2 kg per ton of feed,
Layer: 0.5 to 1 kg / ton of feed
Breeder: 0.5 to 1 kg / ton of feed
In a matured horse each day from 20 to 40 grams, and in foal 10 to 20 grams two time per day in mixed meals.
Ruminant: 30 grams per day for cattle in mixed meals.