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Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde

[Effectiveness of a number of anticoccidial agents. A brief survey taken in the field (author's transl)].


PMID 366796

Abstract

A floor pen trial was carried out on broilers in 1975 to compare the anticoccidial efficacy of monensin1), 3,5 dinitro-o-toluamide2), clopidol3), amprolium + ethopabacte4), amprolium + ethopabate + sulfaquinoxaline + pyrimethamine5) and robenidine6) in the presence of untreated controls. 4,200 Hybro chicks were distributed over twenty-eight pens, each initially housing 150 birds. Four pen replicates were allocated to each of the seven treatments. With the exception of robenidine, all agents used resulted in a statistically significant (P less than or equal to 0,05) gain in final weight compared with the untreated controls. The feed conversion rate showed significant (P less than or equal to 0,05) improvement in the groups treated with monensin, robenidine, amprolium + ethopabate.

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