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The effect on broiler growth and coccidiosis paramenters of feeding halofuginone and monensin continuously in the same commercial pens for two years



The effect on broiler growth and coccidiosis paramenters of feeding halofuginone and monensin continuously in the same commercial pens for two years



Research in avian coccidiosis Proceedings of the Georgia Coccidiosis Conference, 18-20 November 1985: 431-441



The efficacy of Stenorol (halofuginone 3 ppm) and Coban (monensin 100 g/ton) was evaluated when fed continuously for 12 growouts (a 2 year period) under commercial conditions. A commercial house containing 4 pens each holding 2000 broilers was used. The treatment randomly assigned to each pen remained the same for all 12 growouts. All pens received Flavomycin and Roxarsone for the first 6 growouts. Roxarsone was withdrawn from the pens receiving Stenorol during the last 6 growouts.

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