CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Oct 8, 2013) - Amlan International's Technical Service Manager, Dr. S. LeAnn Johnston, will present new research, the Unknown Effects of Mycotoxicosis on Profitability of Livestock Production at the upcoming XVI Congreso Bienal AMENA 2013 October 22-25 in Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico.
Dr. Johnston will review and discuss the negative impact of mycotoxicosis on the profitability of livestock operations and the beneficial results a producer can achieve by including Calibrin-Z broad spectrum toxin binder to their feeding regimen.
"We help producers achieve peak performance in profitability and animal productivity by educating them on the disease and helping them establish a program that benefits their operations' effectiveness using Calibrin-Z," said Dr. Johnston. "It is vital that producers know and understand the negative implications of mycotoxicosis and how they can mitigate its damaging effects. Our products quickly reduce the bioavailability of toxins in the gut, improving performance and productivity. This results in positive outcomes for our customers."
Amlan International sells disease management solutions that help livestock producers achieve peak performance in their operation. Calibrin-Z broad spectrum toxin binder is the company's breakthrough product for bacterial and mycotoxin control for improved performance in livestock.
Amlan International develops and markets disease management solutions for the animal health and nutrition global livestock market.