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Survey correlates anticoccidial rotation with improved coccidiosis management

A six-country survey in North and South America demonstrates that rotation of in-feed anticoccidials correlates with more effective coccidiosis management in broilers.

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.

Zoetis reintroduces Zoamix to help US poultry producers battle coccidiosis

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

Zoetis launches new coccidiosis initiative

Targeting the global poultry industry’s more than $3 billion in annual losses to coccidiosis, Zoetis Inc. recently introduced Rotecc™ Coccidiosis Management, a new, science-based initiative to...

Poultry veterinarian shares ideas for managing coccidiosis more effectively, economically, sustainably

Don Waldrip, DVM, talks about a new a new science-based, global initiative from Zoetis to help poultry producers develop longer term, sustainable management of coccidiosis.


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