Global Presence

"Always close to you with our brands."

With an active presence in more than 90 countries and over 70 distributors located in every region of the globe, Impextraco is very much an international company with a worldwide focus.

Whatever your location, whatever your industry segment, Impextraco develops highly innovative safe products for the feed industry, adapted to a wide variety of farming conditions, animal breeds and raw material usage around the world.

Impextraco has its own entities in Belgium, Brazil, China, Mexico, Nigeria and Thailand.

FEED ASSOCIATIONS

To stay in touch with different stakeholders and in order to contribute to the sustainable supply of safe, healthy feed ingredients, Impextraco® is a member of different worldwide feed associations.

Worldwide feed associations

NEWS

  • 07/26/2019

    PhD candidate position in close collaboration with industry (Baekeland mandate) on the development of blood-based biomarkers for the evaluation of intestinal health in broiler chickens.

    Intestinal health of poultry has broad implications for the systemic health of birds, animal welfare, animal performances, food safety, and environmental impact. The gastrointestinal tract has digestive, absorptive, metabolic, immunological and endocrinological functions. In poultry production, major problems are of intestinal origin, including gut inflammation, dysbiosis and intestinal pathogens, including Salmonella and Clostridium perfringens. Besides, also mycotoxins and heat stress have been shown to have severe negative impact on intestinal health.

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ARTICLES

  • 03/10/2015

    I am a pig farmer in Queensland and I use Elitox® routinely in sow and weaning diets to help manage the challenges that mycotoxins can cause.

    It is also used on an “as needs” basis in further rations if raw materials are deemed to present a higher risk. Use in sows is to optimize both fertility of sows and liveability of young pigs. We have been previously contended with lesions and discoloration of ears, feet and tails in weaning pigs. We attributed this to mycotoxins. 

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