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Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 9/02/2023

Coccidiosis in rabbits. Natural prevention by intestinal optimizer pronutrients

The prevalence of coccidiosis in rabbits is very high worldwide, reaching more than 70% of farms in certain regions of Asia.


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 22/12/2022

Coccidiosis in Southeast Asia

Avian coccidiosis in Southeast Asia - Poultry production in Southeast Asia has undergone a large and positive change in recent years. The region has been able to double broiler meat production in a decade and it is expected to continue to rise as...


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Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 3/11/2022

Prevention plan for swine coccidiosis

Swine coccidiosis is more prevalent during the lactation stage, due to the number of stressors for the piglet that are present during this stage and that reduce its immune response.


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Dr. David Díez Arias - 22/09/2022

Coccidiosis in India

Coccidiosis in India, highly prevalent in the country and especially in the monsoon season, is a disease that causes many economic losses in the poultry sector, with high mortality and a marked worsening of production indices.


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Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 27/07/2022

Prevalence of coccidiosis in broilers in Turkey

Coccidiosis continues to be one of the main problems faced by Turkish poultry producers year after year, it is a parasitic disease caused by different species of protozoa of the genus Eimeria spp.


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 15/07/2022

Coccidiosis in Malaysia and the Philippines

Coccidiosis is the most common intestinal parasitosis of commercial poultry worldwide. Coccidia multiplication in the gut mucosa hinders feed digestion and nutrient absorption and, in turn, impairs the feed conversion efficacy and growth rate.


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