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A seminar on “Mycotoxin Risk Control and Gut Health Management” was held under the initiative of Arham Agrovet in Dhaka.

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Agrinews24.com Report: A seminar on – “Mycotoxin Risk Control and Gut Health Management” was held on Thursday (25 April) at the Le Méridien Dhaka Hotel. The Seminar was organized by Arham Agrovet.

At the beginning of the seminar Mr. Amirul Haque, Manager, Arham Agrovet warmly congratulated everyone through his thanks giving speech. At this time, he introduced the expert speakers to the guests coming to the seminar. He then invited Dr. Ashish Kumar Dhakarey, Technical Manager at Inberg Doo, the keynote speaker of the seminar to present his paper.

Dr. Ashish discussed in detail about the risk factors of mycotoxins and their solutions and gut health in the presented article. Earlier he presented the Inberg company profile.

Dr. Ashish Kumar Dhakarey, Technical Manager at Inberg Doo.

He said, family-owned Inberg company established in 1993, headquartered in Serbia, South-East Europe. They have been conducting business in 20 countries in 4 sub-continents of the world. They have 100+ dedicated employees who focused on high-quality animal nutrition. Inberg company is Specialized in mycotoxin adsorbents, coated urea, and innovative products for farm animal performance.

At this time, he also discussed in detail about two products called MycoSil (Unique Prebiotic) and MycoStop (Mycotoxin Risk Control).

After the presentation, the managing director of Arham Agrovet Dr. Md. Nazrul Islam gave the closing speech. At this time, he sincerely greeted and thanked everyone present.

Mr. Ivan Radojicis (Export Manager) & Mr. Nikola Babic (Export Manager) of Inberg were also present on the Seminar. Also, in attendance at the seminar the high officials from Arham Agrovet.

About a hundred entrepreneurs, nutritionists and senior officials of the country’s poultry, fisheries and livestock sectors participated in the seminar.

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