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... Managing anticoccidials: ‘It’s how you use them that’s important’

Coccidiosis takes a toll of around $3 billion on global poultry production each year, making it one of the industry’s most economically significant diseases worldwide.

... Planning anticoccidial rotation strategies: Consider the consequences

Anticoccidial rotation strategies help reduce the health and economic impact of coccidiosis, while preserving the efficacy of the limited range of tools available for managing it.

... Getting gangrenous dermatitis under control

By Jon Schaeffer, DVM, PhD Director, Poultry Veterinary Services Zoetis Inc.

... Fine-tuning rotation plan can improve coccidiosis management

Broiler producers have made important strides in managing coccidiosis but could further improve control and cut losses by rethinking their strategy for anticoccidial rotation, say veterinarians who...

... Shrewd moves: Like a chess match, anticoccidial rotation is a game of strategy at Wayne Farms

Your next move might address an immediate need, but it also could determine what pieces are still standing later in the match.

... It’s back: Zoamix® adds flexibility to rotation plans

Zoetis Inc. has relaunched Zoamix® (zoalene), a versatile synthetic anticoccidial for the prevention and control of coccidiosis in broilers and turkeys.


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