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Curative effect of stenorol on mixed infection of four Eimeria spp. in chickens in cage rearing and field trials



Curative effect of stenorol on mixed infection of four Eimeria spp. in chickens in cage rearing and field trials



Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology (12): 11-14



In a cage rearing trial 14-day-old healthy White Leghorn chickens were inoculated orally with Eimeria (E. tenella, E. acervulina, E. necatrix, E. maxima) sporulated oocysts. In a field trial 7-day-old chickens were infected via drinking water which contained the above Eimeria species. Stenorol clopidol, and robenidine were given to the chickens mixed into feed.

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