Pathogen Control

Anitox solutions control microbial contaminants to increase feed values, improve livestock performance and protect public health. By controlling feed microbial contaminants, producers can maximize the nutritional value of the diet, resulting in improved feed conversion rates and a decrease in mortality – especially in early life stages.

At Anitox, our scientists develop products and systems to control feed contaminations caused by E. coli, Salmonella spp., Clostridium spp., Staphylococcus spp., Streptococcus spp., and molds. Our science is relied upon by the world’s largest feed ingredient and livestock feed producers and approved for use in more than 60 countries worldwide. In addition to improving livestock performance, health and productivity, Anitox solutions help protect public health by removing feed-source pathogens which might otherwise go on to contaminate human foods. They also decrease the dependence on in-feed antibiotics, mitigating concern over residue and resistance development. The result is better, safer nutrition for everyone. That’s Security through ScienceTM

finio
Finio is a breakthrough in the challenge to maximize returns on investments in feed. It leads to lower FCR, improved LWG, lower morbidity and mortality, and less variation.

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termin8
Performance protection starts here. Termin-8 offers the highest level of pathogen control in feed and has a residual effect, approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), for three weeks.

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MonoProp
Ensuring feeds and feed ingredients remain free from mold for longer. MonoProp reduces initial mold spore counts, inhibits spore germination and inhibits mold growth in grain and feeds.

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Punch
Knock-out mold to ensure high value, high performance feed and feed ingredients. Punch offers excellent mold inhibition and prevents mold spore generation and growth.

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Sorb-IT
Tackling aflatoxin in the intestinal tract. Sorb-IT attaches to the aflatoxin molecule and remains undigested, to be excreted in feces.

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