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Mycostop Duplo is a mycotoxin binder that offers the complete solution for mycotoxins that are commonly present. Besides the inorganic component (EU-approved type of bentonite 1m558i), it contains various organic ingredients that act in the biotransformation of certain mycotoxins, prevent oxidative stress, support, and detoxicate liver and kidney function and improve animal natural immune response.

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Mycostop Premium is a toxin binder made mainly of inorganic active components (EU-approved type of bentonite 1m558i) in the form of fine powder. Its mode of action is based on the binding of certain mycotoxins, and it helps in the prevention of mycotoxicosis.

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Mycoferm is a prebiotic composed of dried yeast and yeast cell walls derived from the yeast strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It is used in animal nutrition for all monogastric animals at any stage to preserve intestinal health and consequently improve animal performance.

Its mode of action consists of the binding of pathogens and stimulation of the immune system.
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SynMos is a synbiotic composed of carefully selected probiotic bacterial strains and prebiotic which contains β-glucans and mannan-oligosaccharides of yeast cell walls fortified with yucca extract.

It is used in animal nutrition for poultry, pigs, livestock and aquaculture to preserve intestinal health and consequently improve animal performance and it also helps to control and reduces ammonia and other toxic gases.
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In order to maintain a profitable pig production, there are many challenges to overcome.

The support of a healthy piglet from the beginning brings high feed intake, maintenance of a healthy digestive system, high milk quality and quantity of the lactating sow, uniform growth, and many others.

In our Phytonic Pig, blend of herbal extracts with strong antibacterial and antiviral activity encourages feed intake. Combined with selected organic acids, these two components create a strong synergistic effect in the intestinal tract. The addition of saponins contributes to the reduction of ammonia formation.

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