Month: July 2018

Learn to Understand Mikotoksin

Mycotoxins are substances (secondary metabolites) that are synthesized and excreted during the growth of a particular fungus (fungus). This substance is actually a defense of plant or plant seeds from parasitic attacks. If the fungi (fungus) die, then the production of mycotoxins will stop, but mycotoxins that have been formed are not lost. Mycotoxins are chemicals that are stable and can last for a long time. Mycotoxins are harmful substances because only a very small amount alone can cause some harm. Mycotoxicosis is a disease caused by toxins produced by fungi that are ingested together with contaminated feed ingredients.

Of the more than 100,000 known fungus species (fungi), only a few can produce mycotoxins. Some fungi (fungi) that are known to produce very dangerous mycotoxins in agriculture and livestock are Fusarium, Aspergillus, and Penicillium sp. It is also known that 1 species of fungus can produce more than 1 type … Read More

Why You Need Dependable Horse Insurance

The threat of illness and injury to your horse is ever-present and real. Hopefully, these events are mild and your horse recovers without any lingering effects. The scope of the problem can enlarge when expensive medical procedures, death, or injuries to clients happen. It is times like these that make horse insurance an important item to maintain.

Coping With Serious Medical Problems

As a horse owner, you hope that your animal can make it through life without experiencing any major illnesses or injuries. Serious health issues can crop up without much notice and demand immediate attention. Surgeries and other major medical procedures can prove costly. Major medical insurance will help pay these costs and let you concentrate on helping your horse recover.

Accidents and Unexpected Death

Accidents that lead to catastrophic health emergencies and death are traumatic to most horse owners. A horse is at risk of getting hit by … Read More