New mycotoxin website from Biomin

28-04-2008 | |

Are you looking for unique and significant information about mycotoxins? Then you can find it at www.mycotoxins.info. There also chance of winning EURO 2008 tickets.

The website is a uniquely created, informational platform with news for the
whole supply chain. It consists of information for cereal farmers on mycotoxins
contaminating fields, as well as information and news pertaining to plant
producers, livestock farmers, feed millers, scientists, veterinarians and
consumers.

The website was created for informational purposes only and
will not be used for advertising products.

Euro 2008 soccer tickets to
win
The EURO 2008 (UEFA European Football Championship) is right around
the corner and teams from 16 different European countries are ready to compete
against each other to win the coveted trophy for one of the most highly
anticipated events in soccer.

This year the championship is being hosted
in Switzerland and Austria, preparations in both countries are in full swing.
Looking for tickets….you won’t find them. Tickets are completely sold out and
finding accommodations in the hosting countries is next to
impossible.

However, there might still be hope for die-hard soccer fans
around the world.

Biomin, a globally operating feed additive company with
its headquarters in Austria, is currently holding a prize drawing for 3 lucky
winners to win a ticket to the EURO 2008.

Visit the Biomin
website
  by simply filling out the form and answering one
simple question.

Football fans around the world can participate in the
drawing, it’s simple, answer one question and you’re entered to win. You could
be the lucky winner sitting in the stands enjoying the game.

Biomin will
award the winners of the drawing with a ticket to the EURO 2008 along with
accommodations for 2 nights (from 21st to 23rd) and enjoy a dinner on
Biomin.

The lucky winners will enjoy the 28th match of the tournament
held on June 22nd 2008 in the Ernst-Happel Stadium in Vienna and will see the
winner of Group D competing against the runner-up of Group C.

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