Aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1, G2) are mycotoxins of major concern to the dairy industry. They are naturally occurring mycotoxins produced by the fungi species Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. Most frequently, aflatoxins are found in maize and cottonseeds, and of course in their by-products. Less frequently, aflatoxins are encountered in soybeans and any type of distiller’s grains.The economic losses caused by aflatoxins are many and multi-component: First, all toxigenic fungi cause plant yield loss. Second feed mycotoxin contamination reduces animal productivity due to health problems. Third, the contamination of crops and animal products (e.g., milk) is costly from a human health perspective. Fourth, additional losses associated with aflatoxins include the cost of prevention, sampling, mitigation, litigation, and research.Farmers be keen in feeding your cows with quality feeds as a preventive /control measure of high levels of aflatoxins.