Per Acute Coccidiosis In poultry, is a parasitic disease that is caused by protozoa of the phylum Apicomplexagenus Eimeria in poultry. Per Acute Coccidiosis is especially important in intensive broiler poultry operations due to high stocking density on litter, which favor the build-up of potentially pathogenic populations of the parasite
There are seven most important species of coccidia which causing per acute coccidiosis in different site of the intestinal tract of poultry. Example
Toltrazuril acts on developing 1st schizont & 2nd generation schizont as well gametes of Emeria tenella but others anticoccidials acts on deferents stages. Emeria tenella rapid multiplication triggers by developing schizont & gametes stages. Other drugs are diclazuril, amprolium, sulfur drugs, etc.
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