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For decades, ionophores were the tools of choice for managing coccidiosis, the costly parasitic disease of broilers. They're still vital to most rotation programs. But because ionophores are classified as antibiotics in the US, poultry companies with "no antibiotics ever" production schemes have had to lean more on other types of in-feed anticoccidials, vaccines and alternative products. In this special report, Poultry Health Today looks at the role of ionophores in managing a ubiquitous disease that costs the world's poultry industry more than $2.4 billion a year.
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