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Evaluation of the combined effect of probiotics and coccidia vaccine in coccidia-challenged broilers

Coccidiosis is a significant ubiquitous disease in poultry with a huge economic impact on the poultry industry. The use of chemotherapeutics to control the disease has been successful in many parts of the world.

Comparison between attenuated and non-attenuated coccidiosis vaccines

Most of the coccidiosis vaccines available for chickens are living parasites that have to go through two and sometimes even three life cycles in the intestine of the host to activate the immune system and thus achieve fully protective immunity.

Anticoccidial sensitivity test (AST) results from a farm vaccinated for 3 consecutive flocks with a Coccidiosis vaccine

In industrial poultry production, designing a preventive programme for controlling coccidiosis is one of the most important decisions to be made in order to safeguard or improve zootechnical and financial results.

Avian Pathology E. praecox Williams et al 09'.

The pathogenesis in chickens of the apicomplexan Eimeria praecox was compared with that of Eimeria acervulina, using intestinal lesions, mucosal integrity, body weight  ain (BWG) and the feed conversion ratio (FCR) as criteria.

Cross-protection conferred by the vaccine strain Eimeria Maxima 013 against 6 heterologous pathogen strains

The study was designed to assess the immunogenicity of the vaccine strain E. maxima 013 when administered in 1-day-old chicks (minimum recommended age for vaccination) against six heterologous pathogen strains from six very different geographic locations.

Extended duration of immunity in a new live coccidiosis vaccine (EVALON®) for breeders and layers with the use of an adjuvanted solvent (HIPRAMUNE® T)

Duration of immunity of Evalon® was studied under laboratory conditions in facilities that impaired the introduction of external Eimeria oocysts and that do not favour reinfections. The DOI was evaluated during 60 weeks.

Live Coccidiosis vaccine for breeders and layers (EVALON®) immune modulation and enhancement of immunity by the use of an adjuvanted solvent (HIPRAMUNE® T)

EVALON® is a live coccidiosis vaccine against avian coccidiosis composed of five attenuated strains.

Prevalence of Eimeria spp. in European broiler farms

Avian coccidiosis is one of the most important diseases affecting the intensive poultry industry worldwide. In spite of this few studies are available on the distribution of species in the field.

Prevalence of Eimeria spp. in South African broiler farms

Avian coccidiosis is one of the most important diseases affecting the intensive poultry industry worldwide.

Reduction of antibiotic treatments in broilers by the use of a live Coccidiosis vaccine in rotation with anticoccidial feed additives: Results from the Belgian field

Antimicrobial resistance has become a global public health problem in humans and livestock.

Setting the record straight on vaccination against Coccidiosis

Vaccination against coccidiosis in broilers has become an increasingly important part of a global prevention strategy against the disease. Not only it is an effective treatment against the clinical disease, but it also represents a clear improvement in zootechnical results when vaccines are rotated with classic anticoccidial programmes. There are several studies in HIPRA’s Area Coccidia that show and explain these improvements.

Study of the preening habits of 1 day old broiler chicks to establish the components of the colouring agent for the spray application of the vaccine HIPRACOX®

Coarse spray is intended for the oral administration of vaccines at the hatchery. For consistent vaccination, the active ingestion of vaccine water droplets by birds is crucial.

Study of the efficacy of a new live Coccidiosis vaccine (EVALON®) for breeders and layers under field conditions in farms with a history of clinical coccidiosis

After the efficacy and safety of a new live vaccine against avian coccidiosis (EVALON®) had been demonstrated by experiments under laboratory conditions, these were then evaluated in a Good Clinical Practice-compliant multicentre trial under field conditions.

The use of a live Coccidiosis vaccine in rotation with anticoccidial feed additives

Coccidiosis still is one of the most costly diseases in modern broiler production. The most important reason for this financial loss is an increased feed conversion ratio (FCR) and a decreased weight gain (Williams, 1999), which is even more pronounced when feed costs are high.

Zootechnical and economical evaluation of a live anticoccidial vaccine in broilers

In industrial poultry production, designing a preventive program for controlling coccidiosis is one of the most important decisions to be made in order to safeguard or improve zootechnical and financial results. Usually in-feed anticoccidials are used in these programs and traditionally were considered sufficient for controlling clinical coccidiosis.

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