Evaluation of the efficacy of salinomycin in the control of coccidiosis in chicks.

@article{Yvore1980EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the efficacy of salinomycin in the control of coccidiosis in chicks.},
  author={P. Yvore and J. Raynaud and L. Conan and M. Naciri},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={1980},
  volume={59 11},
  pages={
          2412-6
        }
}
Salinomycin (Coxistac) was tested for efficacy in broilers reared in floor pens at 60 and 80 ppm fed continuously from 1 to 56 days of age. One trial was conducted. Comparisons were made with unmedicated, infected and medicated, noninfected treatments (controls) in addition to infected treatments given either monensin at 100 ppm or halofuginone at 3 ppm continuously (days 1 to 56) in the feed. Coccidia exposure was obtained by infection via the feed. Salinomycin was highly efficacious at 60 ppm… Expand
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