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Abstract

COMPARATIVE ANTICOCCIDIAL EFFICACY OF (STANDARD SULPHAQUINOXALINE-DIAVERIDINE-VITAMIN K3 COMBINATIONS AND LINAZOLE 25%®) ON EXPERIMENTALLY EIMERIA TENELLA INFECTED BROILER CHICKENS

Ashraf El-Komy and Mohamed Aboubakr

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to evaluate the efficacy of sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations (Standard sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations and Linazole 25%®) in control of experimental Eimeria tenella infection in broiler chickens. The trial was carried out on 100, day-old broiler chicks as they were divided into 4 main equal separate groups (25 chicks; each). Group (1) was non infected non treated (control positive), group (2) was infected non treated (control negative), group (3) was infected and treated with (Standard sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations) and group (4) was infected and treated with (Linazole 25%®) in drinking water. Groups (2&3&4) were orally received 1ml of an inoculum containing 100.000 sporulated oocysts of Eimeria tenella/ chick at 14th days of age. Chickens of group (3&4) were infected and treated with sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 in drinking water for 7 days. This study was assessed by effect of sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 on the performance parameters including feed intake, body weight (BW), body weight gain (BWG), feed conversion ratio, feed efficiency ratio and also mortalities in infected and treated chickens. Also, oocyst count (shedding) in the dropping was also recorded. The results revealed that groups treated with sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations (Standard sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations and Linazole 25%®) showed great and significant improvement in (BW), (BWG) and (RGR) and also revealed the highest reduction in mortalities, lowered number of oocysts, indicating that sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 (Standard sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations and Linazole 25%®) is an effective anticcocidial drugs in treatment of E. tenella infection in chickens. Group provided with sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations (Standard sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations and Linazole 25%®) gave significant and satisfactory improvement in the assessment criteria when compared with infected non treated group and there were no significant changes between Standard sulphaquinoxaline-diaveridine-vitamin K3 combinations and Linazole 25%® and both products can be used as interchangeable drug in veterinary medicine practice especially in poultry.

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