Feeds deteriorate due to biological (bacteria, fungus, yeast, virus) and non-biological (chemical change, pollution, poisonous seeds and plants) reasons. The microbial contamination rate in the feeds varies depending on the origin of the feeds, the moisture content, the oil level and type, the relative humidity of the environment, the ambient temperature, the processing technique of the feeds, the storage period and the cleaning of the warehouse. While changes are observed in the shape, color, odor and nutrient composition of spoiled feeds, mycotoxin accumulation and toxic risk may occur. It is possible to prevent changes in small concentrations that may occur in easily oxidized substances, by delaying the rapidly progressing oxidative reactions.
We provide the support you need in the most accurate way by carrying out important studies to prevent the loss of nutritional value of feed materials, to store them for a long time and to increase their durability with our products that comply with the European Union legislation.
For more detailed information, you can contact our technical team.