Coccidiosis control methods - Samuel Rochell

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Narayan Banik Narayan Banik
M sc in tropical vet science
June 14, 2018

Nowadays cocci is a great problem in broiler farm where rare in deep litter system although anticoccidial drugs are used. However with the present of anticoccidial which groups of water-soluble anti cocci drug can be used?

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Pavel Melnikov Pavel Melnikov
Director
August 20, 2019
Narayan Banik
in order to understand which products to use, do AST. Or try Sulfaclozine (Sulfachloropyrazine)
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AHMED ANJUM AHMED ANJUM
Consultant
June 19, 2018

In general, cocci is related to wet litter. In Saudi Arabia RH is around 20% or even less round the year. Here I have seen cocci in broilers in very dry dusty litter.

Cocci is a young age disease. I have seen many outbreaks in layers. It becomes very difficult to treat cocci in laying birds.

Should we consider if coccidia are changing for their survival?

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August 27, 2019
AHMED ANJUM
If the litter is very dry, it is better to look at the oocysts not in the feces but in the litter material, and determine whether the oocyst is sporulated, that is, invasive.
I doubt that at a humidity of 20% the oocyst is able to sporulate.
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Pavel Melnikov Pavel Melnikov
Director
June 20, 2018
Dr. S.S Chabbra, In order to understand whether to use any drugs for the prevention of cocci on deep bedding, you need to understand how important you are to weight gain and feed conversion, how strong the cocci pressure (OPG), and the invasiveness of the oocysts. After that, you can make a decision

Just in case: p.melnikov@mvservicve.by
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Nguemfo arlette Nguemfo arlette
Student
July 26, 2018

Hello all. Please what can be the life span of broiler chicks?

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August 29, 2019
Nguemfo arlette
Hi, life span of broiler depends on market strategy. It can be 35 day or 42 days or even more.
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Alexis Coronell Alexis Coronell
Universitario
April 26, 2019

Greetings, what would be the preventive treatment in the raising of pullets against coccidia, if coccidiostatic is not used in the food?

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August 20, 2019
Alexis Coronell Raise them all through in cages. Prevention is far better than cure
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August 29, 2019
Alexis Coronell
Hi, if coccidiostate is not used in food, then u can use Amprolium HCl as preventive medicine.
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September 2, 2019
DR JAKARIA AHMED 25% Amprolium plus 25% sulphaquinoxaline is the best combination for now both for prevention and treatment strategies. Originally it was 16.66% Amprolium and 16.66% sulphaquinoxaline combination but the newer combination is owing to current heightened resistance on the side of eimeria stages to coccidiostats
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Anjum Naqi Anjum Naqi
M.SC(Hons) Veterinary Pathology
August 28, 2019
Sir, If oocysts are s suspected in litter, then should we change whole the litter or spray in it.
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Pavel Melnikov Pavel Melnikov
Director
August 28, 2019
Anjum Naqi
Sir, in my opinion the change of litter will not solve the problem. And what did you mean by the spray?
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Anjum Naqi Anjum Naqi
M.SC(Hons) Veterinary Pathology
August 28, 2019
Disinfection of the litter with spray, but i think it would not do more to oocysts, then wat precautionary measures, should we adopt to get rid of oocysts in the litter !
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Pavel Melnikov Pavel Melnikov
Director
August 28, 2019
Anjum Naqi
t seems to me that disinfection of the litter will not give the desired effect, since not every disinfectant can destroy the shell of the oocyst, and it is almost impossible to do such treatment in the presence of chickens. Disinfection to remove oocysts from the environment is best done without bedding during the preparation of the chicken coop for colonization. This will reduce the number of oocysts by 3 times, which in turn will reduce invasion in the future and allow the immune system to work without even a subclinical disease. We conducted such an experiment on a livestock of 1.5 million chickens.
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August 29, 2019
Pavel Melnikov
Hello sir,
In that case mix 50% new litter with 50% used litter will help to improve the immunity of birds against cocci.
Isn't it?
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August 30, 2019
Ihave gone through ur findings on how to prevent oocyst in poultry litter thanks for your contributions i sat to wait for new welcome development God bless
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September 2, 2019
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Stephen Adejoro Dr Stephen Adejoro Dr
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
October 25, 2019

Management of necrotic enteritis must be considered along with any holistic management of coccidiosis and litter hygiene to subclinically guarantee preimmunity to the flick must be considered.
We need to control necrotic enteritis because the mucus produced from the pathogenesis of this infection is an adequate substrate for the survival of coccidia proliferation in poultry.
I always advise in my practice an excellent feed grade antibiotics and ciccidiostat to check mate the incidences if necrotic enteritis and coccidiosis in vivo.
As for the litter, the risk if iocydt build up comes from poor litter management that create conducive microenvironment for the build up of infective oocytes which are usually in the surroundings of waterers and feeders.
We need to minimize the level of oocyst risk in these regions by using friendly animal welfare products to absorb excess water contamination around the stated risk regions to slow down the proliferation of oocytes and minimize outbreak, but sustain preimmunity for the flocks.
A few of these nanotechnology friendly environmental products must be synergized with good feed grade antibiotics and cocci diostant to put coccidiosis outbreak on hold in continuous broiler production.
For more information on our knowledge on the management of coccidiosis in the humid tropical region visit our news at https://blog.lifango.org

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