Broad spectrum toxin defense: MYCOGUARD

MYCOGUARD is an effective combination of inactive yeast cell wall fractions from a specific primary grown Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast strain (premium yeast cell wall), with activated hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicates (HSCAS), designed to provide a strong activity against a wide range of mycotoxins. 

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Product Description

How it works

Lallemand’s premium YCW contains a high amount of mannans, which help block the colonization of undesirable bacteria within the digestive tract of the animal, and ß-glucans, a component that helps support the non-specific immune system of the animal. 

MYCOGUARD contains Lallemand’s premium YCW and a complex and highly polar HSCAS with potent activity against a wide range of mycotoxins, without binding nutrients. 

Moreover, MYCOGUARD will not buffer the natural stomach acids. MYCOGUARD has a pH ideally suited to help optimize digestive functions. 

Why it matters

Mycotoxins are toxic metabolites produced by certain fungi that colonize crops.  

Five families of mycotoxins of particular interest for the safety of animals are: trichothecenes, zearalenone, fumonisins, aflatoxins, and ochratoxins 

Mycotoxins in feed are a serious threat to the health and productivity of all animal species worldwide.

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MYCOGUARD can be continuously incorporated into feed ration.  

MYCOGUARD has been formulated to ensure optimal flow within industrial processes and a homogenous distribution in premixtures and compound feeds.  

MYCOGUARD is a feed material compatible with most feed ingredients.  

MYCOOGUARD is stable in all animal feed types: mash, pellets, or liquids. 

Shelf life

Store in a cool and dry place, in its original unopened packaging. The shelf life and composition of the product are guaranteed for 36 months from the date of production under these conditions. 

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