The main aim of this research was to evaluate the toxicokinetic characteristics of fusarenon-X (FX) and its metabolite, nivalenol (NIV), in goats. The amounts of FX and NIV in post-mitochondrial (S-9), microsomal and cytosolic fractions of diverse tissues of the goat were also investigated. FX was intravenously (iv) or orally (po) administered to goats at dosages of 0.25 and 1mg/kg bw, respectively. The concentrations of FX and NIV in plasma, feces and urine were quantified by liquid chromatography tandem-mass spectrometry (LC-ESI-MS/MS). The concentrations of FX in plasma were quantified up to 8h with both routes of administration. A large amount of NIV (metabolite) was quantifiable in plasma, urine and feces after both administrations. The Cmax value of FX was 413.39±206.84ng/ml after po administration. The elimination half-life values were 1.64±0.32h and 4.69±1.25h after iv and po administration, respectively. In vitro experiments showed that the conversion FX-to-NIV mainly occurs in the liver microsomal fraction. This is the first study that evaluates the fate and metabolism of FX in ruminant species.