Potentially Harmful Organisms and Substances in Feedstuffs and Animal Faeces

By Senatskommission zur Beurteilu

Potentially Harmful Organisms and Substances in Feedstuffs and Animal Faeces PDF. Intensive animal husbandry is often associated with increasing use of substances for preventive health care, agents to control storage pests, preservatives, drugs, purification agents, disinfectants, agents which improve feed conversion as well as other organic and inorganic substances. It was the task of the ad hoc group “For the Evaluation of Potentially Harmful Organisms and Substances in Feedstuffs and Animal Faeces” to investigate the importance of these harmful substances and their negative consequences on the human food chain, animal health and on the environment. The purpose of this status report is to provide information as to what measures need to be taken to reduce and to avoid the risks from potentially harmful organisms and substances in feedstuffs and animal faeces. Each section ends with a summary and proposal of further research and a list of the most relevant literature.
Table of Contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Harmful organisms and their metabolites
  3. Viruses and unconventional pathogens
  4. Bacteria in feedstuffs and faeces
  5. Fungi in Feedstuffs and faeces
  6. A review of the parasites in feedstuffs and animal faeces
  7. Pests in stored feedstuffs
  8. Substances for the prevention of health problems and agents to improve feed conversion
  9. Cleansing agents
  10. Disinfectants
  11. Substances to improve feed utilisation
  12. Other organic and inorganic substances
  13. Free amino-acids in feedstuffs
  14. Probiotics as feed additives in agricultural farm animals
  15. Preservatives in feedstuffs
  16. Concluding remarks and outlook

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