Liquid toxins binder (Myco Hydro Stop) – is a natural supplement developed to control toxins. This liquid toxins binder is designed to protect animals as for all poultry, pig, cows, bulls for inevitably contaminated feed of wide range of molds and mycotoxins effect in the digestive tract which reduce quality and animals mass weight.
Myco Hydro Stop is the next generation of liquid form mycotoxin binder, offering superior binding capabilities, a broader adsorption profile and increased efficacy. Agrichem Innovation’s continued drive for product and research development has identified this new approach to mycotoxin binding. This has helped determine the precise ingredients needed to expand the binding capabilities of Myco Hydro Stop. Agrichem Innovation’s proprietary production ensures total control of the process, complete traceability and conformance to global quality standards. Backed by more than 14 years of research and patent-protected technology, Myco Hydro Stop is the successor to Europe’s number one selling mycotoxin binder. Our product of feed additives represents the most state-of-the-art solution for protecting animal health by deactivating the mycotoxins that contaminate farm animal feed, either in the animal or in the feed itself. The safety and efficacy of our products are proven by EU authorizations for substances that deactivate mycotoxins.
Myco Hydro Stop :
Contributes to managing the impact of mycotoxins.
Supports immune function.
Contributes to the control of mycotoxins.
Reduces mycotoxin absorption within the animal and reduces risk factors associated with the damaging effects of mycotoxins on its health.
Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites of various strains of molds. More than 400 types of mycotoxins are known and FAO estimated that 25% of the world feed cereals are contaminated by mycotoxins. Commercial mycotoxin management preparations are (partially) based on adsorbents. These adsorbents are able to bind, to a certain extent, specific mycotoxins in the gastrointestinal tract. Adsorption of mycotoxins is a valid strategy, but complete binding is not achievable. Therefore other defense mechanisms should also be considered such as intestinal integrity support and mold inhibition.