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Our MIAVIT experts give you an insight into the world of (myco)toxins and how to get them under control. Watch the first episode now with our Technical Expert Corinna Ingmanns about the impact of endotoxins on rumen health.
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From the idea to the finished goods.
Get to know the clever minds behind MIAVIT.
Accompany the product purchasing team, the product managers and the technical service in their daily work.
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Vaccination failure due to mycotoxins?
By Dr Marlene Luttmann, MIAVIT GmbH
Bacterial resistance to antibiotics has increased so strongly that measures to combat the phenomenon have become urgently necessary. One effective option is to use vaccines for our farm animals. But why do breakthrough cases occur again and again in this context?
MIAVIT colleagues visited our partner Sarl Biolab
Our MIAVIT colleagues visited our partner Sarl Biolab in Algeria last week. On Sunday, our colleagues Elyes Allagui, Poultry and Ruminant Nutritionist, and Amine Chemli, Account Manager Middle East and North Africa, gave a seminar on our products Livervital and MiaPhos.
Overview of the year 2022
After an exciting year 2021, we are now looking forward to the new year 2022.
We at MIAVIT are looking forward to an exciting and challenging year 2022, which comes over with changes, but also with innovative solutions, especially in the field of animal nutrition.
Key facts about zinc
Zinc in a nutshell
Zinc is an essential trace element in animal feed and therefore worth taking a closer look to its’ special characteristics: The many functions of zinc indicate the importance of a needs-based care for the health, fertility and performance of animals. Eyes, bones, liver and hair are especially rich in zinc.
There is no need to overzinc
Zinc in poultry
Zinc is a trace element indispensable for poultry. It plays an important role in many metabolic processes and helps in the development of skin, feathers, eggshell and bones. It is essential for growth as well as reproduction and forms part of some antioxidant enzymes like superoxide dismutase.
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