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Calibrin®-A: A Polar Mycotoxin Binder

Calibrin-A Rapidly Binds Aflatoxin

  • Protects against common polar mycotoxins that reduce performance
  • Adsorbs the most toxic polar mycotoxins 
  • Consists of a single ingredient: our proprietary mineral technology 
  • Low-dose design for use in poultry and dairy feed

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Low-Dose Polar Mycotoxin Control

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Binds Aflatoxin, Ergotamine, Ergovaline and Cyclopiazonic Acid (CPA)

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Adsorbs Aflatoxin Within Seconds

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Fastest at Reducing Polar Mycotoxin Bioavailability

Calibrin-A Helps Avoid the Production Losses Associated with Mycotoxicosis

Thermally Processed Mineral Technology to Target Polar Mycotoxins

Calibrin-A undergoes specific thermal processing to target and rapidly sequester polar (hydrophilic) mycotoxins — aflatoxin, ergotamine, ergovaline and cyclopiazonic acid (CPA). Preventing absorption of these mycotoxins into the systemic circulation avoids the damaging effects of mycotoxicosis on animal health and productivity.

Calibrin-A Is a Proven Fast-Acting Adsorbent

An independent laboratory verified that Calibrin-A is up to 100 times faster than the leading competitive products at adsorbing polar mycotoxins. The intestine absorbs mycotoxins in as little as two minutes, which is why rapid adsorption of polar mycotoxins by Calibrin-A provides the greatest protection against performance loss.

Use Calibrin-A in Synergistic Combination with Other Amlan Products

Promotes Efficiency and Productivity in Poultry


Pathogen Control for Antibiotic-Free Production

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Natural Alternative to Anticoccidial Drugs and Vaccines
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