five-ANTICOCCID.A is an effective anticoccidial used in veterinary for the treatment of acute coccidiosis and bloody diarrhoea in poultry birds, cattle and pigs. Coccidiosis is a parasitic disease of the intestinal tract of animals caused by the protozoan parasite in the Eimeriidae family.
- The disease spreads from one animal to another by contact with infected faeces or ingestion of infected tissue. Diarrhoea, which may become bloody in severe cases, is the primary symptom.
- Other common symptoms of coccidiosis include weight loss, paleness, ruffled feathers, depression, huddling, unwillingness to eat, and watery diarrhoea.
- One of the easiest ways to control coccidiosis is to purchase vaccinated birds.
- Vaccines are given at the hatchery on the day of the hatch.
- Once the animals have developed immunity, they will be resistant to the strains of coccidia used in the vaccine they received.
- Packaging: 100g
Composition per 100g of five-ANTICOCCID.A
- Sulfaquinoxaline – 18.7g
- Diaveridine – 3.3g
- Special excipient qsp – 100g
- Specific for acute coccidiosis, bloody diarrhoea, mixed coccidia, bacteria infections, and fowl typhoid.
- E. Coli infections and Salmonellosis in poultry, bird.
- Indicated for prevention and treatment of diarrhoea and gastrointestinal disorders.
- Enteritis is caused by coccidial and bacterial infections in calves, lambs and piglets.
Administration and Dosage
Administration via drinking water or feed.
- Poultry, bird: 100g in 300-400L water or 150-2100kg feed/1,500-2,000kg Bw/day.
- Cattle, pig: 100g in 300-400Lwateror 180-24Okgfeed/1,000-1,500kg Bw/day.
- Store in a dry, cool place, under 30oC