NEOGEN is proud to partner with the milling and grain industry to develop and provide solutions to the most pressing grain quality concerns around the world.

Grain feeds the world, from human food to animal feed, and its susceptibility to natural toxins and microbial risks is one of the biggest challenges to the global food supply. NEOGEN’s goal is to make it easy to detect and manage mycotoxin risks, so that our partners can focus on delivering secure, healthy food and feed.

Our rapid and easy mycotoxin tests (for aflatoxin, DON, fumonisin, ochratoxin, T-2/HT-2 and zearalenone) and other food safety tests for the milling and grain industries have been trusted for decades to help protect grain quality.

Our milling and grain customers collaborate with us to produce the Monday Mycotoxin and Crop Report video series, the definitive source for critical information on mycotoxin levels, crop conditions and other important considerations during the North American growing and harvest seasons.

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Table Talk by NEOGEN, Maximize Your Technical Service Support
October 22-22, 2020

Not only does NEOGEN® supply solutions for every step of the food chain, but we offer unmatched technical support as well. From knowledgeable individuals answering your calls 24/7 to our virtual Lab Live training, NEOGEN has all the resources required to support your facility's goals.

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Monday Mycotoxin Crop Report for October 19, 2020
October 19, 2020

While the northeast received rain, reducing the current drought condition, drought has increased in the west, leading to more wildfires.

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Monday Mycotoxin Crop Report for October 12, 2020
October 12, 2020

While the northeast received rain, reducing the current drought condition, drought has increased in the west, leading to more wildfires.

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Monday Mycotoxin Crop Report for October 5, 2020
October 05, 2020

75% of corn in the U.S. is mature, 36 points ahead of last year, and ten points ahead of the five-year average.

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