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Mycotoxin Concerns in Sheep and Meat Goat Feeding

Mycotoxin Concerns in Sheep and Meat Goat Feeding Product code: AS-597-W

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During the 2009 Indiana corn harvest, livestock producers heard numerous reports of mycotoxin levels high enough to cause concern. The main mycotoxins in feed grains that sheep and meat goat producers need to be concerned with are deoxynivalenol (DON) and zearalenone (ZEN). Both of these mycotoxins and their effects on sheep and goats are described in this two-page, online publication.

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12/9/2009

Author

Mike Neary

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