The Proven Mycotoxin Adsorbent That Aids In the Binding and Diminishing the Adverse Effects of Mycotoxins.

    Mycotoxins - The global problem


    Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by actively growing molds. The occurrence of Mycotoxins in cereal grains and animal feeds has become a major health concern for livestock and poultry on a Mycotoxins can be found all along the food china. Mycooxins in contaminated are ingested by animals, and can be carried have been identified in forages such as endophytes  fungal associated toxins and beef cattle grazing on tall fasccue or ergot alkaloid in sorghum.

    The most prevalent mycotoxins are aflatoxin, fumonisin, citrinin, vomitoxin (DON), T-2 Toxin, zearalenone, ochratoxin, etc.

    Economic Impact of Mycotoxins

    Mycotoxins hace significant economic and commercial impact. Firstly, nutritive value of ingested cereals and forages is affected---crude protein, crude fat and metabolizable energy of the contaminated feeds are reduced. In farm animals, including lactating and growing cattle, pigs and poultry, mycotoxins reduce feed intake, depress growth rate, reproductive rate, growth efficiency, immunological defences and promote diarrhea and permanent damages to the liver and kidney.

    All levels of mycotoxins should be considered dangerous since even small amounts of mycotoxins have a detrimental effect on the immune system and metabolism, thus posing a continuous threat to human and animal health.

    General Symptoms of Mycotoxicosis and Diagnosis Tips:

    • Many symptoms are vague, eg. Low effcieency in vaccines, anibiotics and other therapeutics.

    •  Increased variation in a group (some animals greatly affected, some unaffected.

    • Non-transmittance through herd.

    • Symptoms build gradually.

    • Depressed feed intake and feed rejection.

    • Poor growth rate and milk production.

    • Antibodies cannot be passed on from breeder and sow to offspring.

    • Diarrhea/bloody diarrhea without fever.      

    • Increased incidence of miscarriage in various stages of gestation.

    • Immuno-suppression and impaired immune function.

    • Jaundiced animals (check eyes for yellow tint)

    • Rough-looking coats, especially in young pigs.

    • Pigmentation of egg yok and skin is affected.



    • Provides a multi-modular system to deactivate mycotoxins.

    • A unique combination of clinoptilolite and esterified gluconmannans, provides a broad spectrum mycotoxin binder from aflatoxin to zearalenone.

    • Low inclusion rate in feed will not tie up other nutrients.

    • Rapid and uniform dispersion in the feed during mixing.

    • Heat stability during pelleting, extrusion and during storage.

    • No affinity for vitamins, minerals or other nutrients.

    • High Stability over a Wide pH Range.

    • More bio-degradable than other clay-based mycotoxin binders.

    • Contains unique blend of prebiotics and probiotics to strengthen the immune-suppressive effect of mycotoxins, fight back before illness develops

    Benefits of MINGFIX:


    • Enhances immunity

    • Eliminates feed Rejection

    • Improves feed Efficiency


    • Improvement of egg shell quality----weight. Yolk color and shell thickness.

    • Increased egg production and hatchability.

    • Improved shank and skin color.

    • reduced mortality .

    • Lower incidence of bruises and haemorrhages, healthier day old chick.  

    • Decreases immune-suppressive problems.



    • Improved feed intake and weight gain.

    • Cue for fertility problems.

    • Prevention of reduced litter size.

    • Higher birth weights and better survival rate.

    • Prevention of diarrhea.

    • Improved feed intake.



    Appearance: Light to medium brown powder

    Odor: Strong pleasant yeast aroma

    Characteristics: slightly hygrocopicwith a solubiliy of approximately 8 - 9 grams per 100ml of water.

    Packaging: 25 kilograms in poly-lined bags 

    Storage: Store in a cool, dry place with no direct sunlight.   

    period of validity: 24 months in original factory package.   

    Modes of Action for Mannan-Oligosaccharides (MOS):

    • Prevents the colonization of pathogens in the gut.

    • Starves pathogens of sugars needed for growth.

    • Stimulates immune response.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE (per ton):

    poultry - 2 kg

    beef - 2 kg

    dairy - 2 kg

    deer - 1kg

    goats - 1kg

    sheep - 1 kg

    horses - 2 kg

    fish - 2 kg

    For contaminated feed, a low fat and high quality protein ration containing 30 – 40 % methionine above NRC value and higher vitamin C inclusion can effectively reduce mycotoxin damages to livers and kidneys of animals. 

    MINGFIX is carefully researched and formulated to avoid any ingredient which will negate the effect of other. We use organically bound chelated minerals to avoid reducing the viability of microbials. All ingredients are included at effective levels with the animal’s needs and requirement evaluated. MINGFIX is targeted to improve the farm’s profitability through optimization of digestion and reproductive function. 

    MINGFIX is university tested, veterinarian recommended and used by animal nutritionists. All ingredients used are non-toxic and generally regarded as safe. The ingredients meet all requirements of the American Association of feed control Officials. Inc. (AAFCO) as listed in their current edition.   


    The ingredients and formulation of MINGFIX may vary slightly from country as different countries have different regulations and requirements. But the efficacy of MINGFIX is not affected by this slight variation.  




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