International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Comparative Studies | Pathology | India | Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016

Role of Coxynil in Pathology of Coccidiosis in Broilers

N. Kalaivanan

Abstract: Coccidiosis constitute one of the most economically important diseases chickens, disease causing chicks mortality coccidiosis ranks next to Ranikhet disease and Salmonellosis. The poultry lose hot only through mortality but also due to morbidity resulting from malnutrition lowered performance like reduced weight gains, egg production and deceased feed conversion and also though cost of anticoccidial drugs. The US poultry industry more than $1.5 billion in annual losses due to coccidiosis and in India it estimated 5.6 crores though anticoccidial in annual losses. Currently, chemotherapy is used extensively to control coccidiosis, but drug resistance in field strains, of parasites mandates development of lower drugs emerging to control this disease. The anticoccidial are sued prophylactecally rather than therapentically, this very important that the drugs are free from toxicity, not only to growing fluids who receive them through life, but also to those who may eat fresh or eggs of treated fluids and thus ingest drug residues. To prevent or delay the emergence of resistance, the idea of drug rotation has each introduced, two or three urelated drugs are used sequentally, the change from one drug to another leing made either when the diet us changes during repcausing of crop of broiler. The problem is to discover two or three such new drugs at the same time to mix together. The present study was undertaken in order to understand the Role of Coxynil (http//www. growell. com/products/coxynil) in Pathology of Coccidiosis in Broilers chicks at department of pathology, Bombay Veterinary College, Mumbai.

Keywords: coccidiosis in broilers, growell india, coxynil herbal anticoccidial, phytogenic feed supplement, feed additive best, natural coccidiosis supplement, bombay veterinary college, india, pathological science, department of pathology, comparative studies, coxynil natural

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016,

Pages: 1472 - 1476

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