Anticoccidial efficacy of diclazuril in pheasants.

@article{Vanparijs1990AnticoccidialEO,
  title={Anticoccidial efficacy of diclazuril in pheasants.},
  author={Oscar Vanparijs and Luc Hermans and R P Marsboom},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={1990},
  volume={126 14},
  pages={332-3}
}
Diclazuril, a new anticoccidial drug, was tested in young pheasants artificially infected with the three most common pathogenic species of Eimeria, E colchici, E duodenalis and E phasiani. In two replicate experiments each with 40 birds the mortalities in the infected controls were 50 and 25 per cent. Diclazuril was administered in the feed at dose levels of 1, 2 and 4 ppm from the day before the inoculation of coccidia until the end of the test on day 6 after infection. The 1 ppm dose failed… CONTINUE READING

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