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February 26, 2016

Mexico

Half of Shrimp Feed Contains Toxin Binder to Fight EMS

 

Fifty percent of the shrimp feed produced in Mexico in 2015 contained Calibrin-Z, a bacterial-toxin-control product that protects the hepatopancreas from the damaging effects of EMS.  Calibrin-Z works by adsorbing the Vibrio parahaemolyticus bacterial toxin in the shrimp’s digestive system, thereby increasing the rate of survival in a shrimp crop.  Studies have shown improvements in survivability of up to 84% versus controls when shrimp challenged with the Vibrio parahaemolyticus toxin were fed Calibrin-Z.

 

Information: Kevin Hayes, Amlan International, 410 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 400, Chicago, Illinois 60611, USA (phone 1-816-341-0713, email kevin.Hayes@oildri.com webpage http://www.amlan.com).

 

Source: Email to Shrimp News International (with attachment).  Subject: Half of Shrimp Feed in Mexico Now Contains Toxin Binder to Fight EMS.  From: Cherie McInturff (cherie@written-solutions.net). February 24, 2016.

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