The application of Myco CURB is a well-established practice in feedstuff. Myco CURB is a very effective mould inhibitor, preserving grains from mould contamination. Stabilisation of the grains and oilseeds with Myco CURB secures the optimal nutritive value in the feed material and provides a natural insurance system.
Myco CURB has been specifically developed by Kemin to give optimum results in feed storage. Myco CURB contains several ingredients that act synergistically to give a powerful mould inhibiting effect.
Myco CURB is user friendly. With a pH close to neutral, it is safe for workers to handle.
The efficacy of Myco CURB not only depends on the composition and mode of action but also requires essential services from our SMART Advisory team such as:
Product Application Engineering Systems
Laboratory Analysis Monitoring Reports
Technical Field Support
These services, provided by Kemin, will give suitable support and advice on all relevant topics. This ensures that an optimum feed safety and preservation programme is implemented and maintained efficiently.
The use of Myco CURB for feed storage contributes to feed safety and effectively prevents contamination.
Myco CURB makes a fundamental contribution to feed hygiene by suppressing the growth of mould, thus restricting the potential production of mycotoxins, the total mould counts and mites are drastically reduced and controlled.
Myco CURB contributes significantly to the success of Good Storage Practices, minimising the risk of grain deterioration and adjusting the protection in accordance with the risk factors.
Myco CURB provides merchants and farmers with an economical alternative processing solution at harvest for cereals and oilseeds. It is possible to harvest the grain at the optimum ripening time, giving more flexibility.
The treated grain stores safely and has an extended shelf-life after further processing. If the cereal is rolled, the appearance is ideal and robust for coarsely mixed diets.
Organic acid and Surfactant combination
25 kg, 1000 kg and Bulk