Avain Coccidial Review
Al-Qadisiyah Journal For Agriculture Sciences,
2021, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 55-61
AbstractDep. Pathology and Poultry Diseases /coll. Vet.Med./ AL-Qadissiyah University Summary Coccdiosis consider sever disorder and necessary from an financial factor of view in poultry industry which has been controlled efficaciously for decades using more often than not anticoccidial products so the understood this disorder may additionally be help to control it. The economic impact of coccidiosis is probably underestimated, and increasing anticoccidial treatments might be useful to the broiler sector. Furthermore, a connection between subclinical coccidiosis and bacterial enteritis renders selecting the perfect tools and technique for poultry producers very difficult. Implementing sound shuttle and rotation programs is now a part of the solution for not just controlling clinical, but also subclinical coccidiosis.
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