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Mycobind Plus For Horses

$26.00 NZD

Pro-Biotic Mycotoxin Binder & Gut Conditioner containing Vitamin B and Amino Acids


MYCOBIND, A natural product with a combination of modified glucomannans from yeast cell wall and a specifically selected mineral binder.

MycoBind   presents additional nutritional     values through a  source of   Vitamin B and    essential amino acids that enhances:

  • Appetite Ÿ Feed intake Ÿ  Improves Digestion   Ÿ  Reduces Nerves & Stress
    • Assists liver function Ÿ Improves growth rates, health & performance


The individual components contained have specific characteristics & modes of action that will benefit animals on a broader range of feed borne mycotoxins.



Aluminosilicate: May assist the reduction of bio- availability of toxins in  the gastro-intestinal tract.

Bglucans: Aids to strengthen & protect natural defense system.












Mannan Ologaccharides: Aids with impacting of the gastro-intestinal   microflora and immune system.

Pro-Biotic Gut Conditioner: Inactivated Yeast & Ben- tonite to assist the increase of beneficial bacteria, hence potential to detoxify toxins in the diet.

Vitamin B and Amino Acids

Contains Fusion Dyad:

Fusion Dyad is a registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, No. A11062 Produced in the United Kingdom in FEMAS accredited production facilities


 MYCOTOXINS – THE HIDDEN MENACE                                                      

 Mycotoxins are toxins produced by some species of  mold (myco means fungal). These mycotoxins are some of the most toxic substances in existence.

The acute intake of high concentrations of mycotoxins causes profound reductions in animal performance and increased mortality.

Toxins are found in a wide variety of feed (Hay, Haylage, Chaff, Grains), pastures and soils. NZ’s pastures and our climate means we are grass and pasture are subjected  to a high risk of exposure to these toxins.

Veterinarian and researchers  are  increasingly concerned about the effects of chronic low-level ingestion of these toxins given the amount of feed that is potentially contaminated . Low-levels of mycotoxins result in arrange of symptoms of under  performance that have no obvious causative agent.

Management to decrease fungal and mould infections (mycotoxin) involves treating grains at source with fungicides, adequate storage, and screening of food/ feed for toxins to assign usages depending on level of toxin. Although effective in  reducing  high-level ingestion and acute toxicity, low levels of these toxins are in grains, especially those designated for feed.

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimate that 25% of the World’s grains supplies are contaminated with fungi and mould (hence mycotoxins) at source.

Mould and fungi thrive in warm, moist conditions when there is a food source available. Most, if not all, will produce mycotoxins, especially when stressed.

 NZ’s pastures and our climate means we are grass and pasture are subjected to a high risk of exposure to these toxins.


The symptoms associated with mycotoxin poisoning are general and include, but are not limited to;

  • Trembling, unsteadiness or poor muscle co-ordination
  • Erratic, Anxious, Spooky behavior
  • Unexplained changes in feed intake
  • Nervousness, effecting the brain
  • High incidence of digestive problems including an abnormal amount of mucus in the faeces
  • Increased incidence of disease linked to a depressed immune system General fluid retention in tissues (oedema)
  • Reduced fertility- including fetal reabsorption and abortions without obvious infectious cause
  • A general un-thriftiness and malaise
  • Animals unresponsive to treatment for disease


None of the above is conclusive for mycotoxin poisoning, but in the absence of more typical causes, e.g. infection or poor management, then the most likely cause is a low- grade mycotoxicosis.


25% of all grains produced may be affected and that premium grains are reserved for food grade the chances  of mycotoxin contamination of feed are significantly greater.



  • Providing the best quality feed available
  • Storing feed in optimal conditions to reduce the risk of fungal growth
  • Including antifungal agents in the diet formulations
  • Maintaining best husbandry practices
  • Providing your animals with a diet that reduces the risk of mycotoxin absorption and their metabolic effects
  • Binders to reduce the effective concentration of mycotoxins
  • Gut conditioners to increase the beneficial bacteria, hence potential to detoxify toxins in the diet
  • Providing dietary components that can help protect the animal by maintaining a strong natural defense system

e.g. a good source of β-glucans



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