Specialty Products

AG-Flake Concentrate Specifically formulated for mills that need an economical formula. AG-Flake Concentrate is just that – a concentrated blend of surfactants with  organic acids for added mold protection and steam penetration. AG-Flake Concentrate Direction for Use: Add ½ – 1 Lb. per ton of AG-Flake to incoming grain prior to the steam chamber. Add steam to bring moisture level up to your optimum flaking conditions. Grain under 13% moisture or grain containing excess debris may require up to 1½ Lb. per ton for maximum benefit.   

AG-BOND Toxin Binder

A unique, specialized form of hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicate (HSCAS) for use in animal feeds as an aid in binding and absorbing various pathogens that can be harmful to livestock animals.  

  • AG-BOND does not tie up critical dietary immune supporting nutrients or medications (feed drugs).
  • Dioxin Free.
  • Test show Ag-BOND is able to bind and absorb various pathogens that are harmful to livestock.
  • AG-BOND has proven itself to be the most effective product of this type on the market today. AG-BOND is effective at a pH range of 3.0 to 7.0 – the normal pH range or most farm animal digestive systems.
  • AG-BOND is all natural, AG-BOND is pure hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicate with no added fillers or carriers.
  • Tests show AG-BOND is effective in reducing the effects of mycotoxins.   Small particle size provides more surface area for better absorption and binding.   
  • The lower usage rate allows for more room in the diet for critical ingredients.
  • AG-BOND reduces wet spots in feed that create mold growth and mycotoxin production.      


One of the most promising prebiotics today are mannose oligosaccoharide. It is found in the cell wall of the yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae. This is one of the ingredients used in AG-FLO along with natural clays that will not bind vitamins, minerals, antibiotics and nutrients found in animal feeds today. The ingredients used in AG-FLO allow for lower usage rates than other flow agents, bentonite and clays.   Below are some of the mycotoxins that have been identified as having an effect on animal health and performance.   

Mycotoxin  Effects on Animals.   

Aflatoxin- Poor growth and efficiency, depressed immunity, liver damage, diarrhea, reduced  intake   Deoxynivalenol Vomiting, feed refusal, depressed immunity  

T-2 toxins- Loss of antibiotic efficiency, mouth lesions,  poor feed intake and  performance 

Zearalenone- Estrogenic effects, poor reproductive performance   

Ochratoxin- Poor growth and efficiency, kidney damage, Citrinin Kidney damage, increased  water intake and loose droppings, mouth lesions 

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