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COCCIDIOSIS SOLUTIONS FROM ELANCO

COCCIODIOSIS SOLUTIONS FROM ELANCO

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Maxiban combines the
ionophore, narasin, with the coccidiostat,
nicarbazin. These two active ingredients work
synergistically to effectively control coccidiosis
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Monteban contains the
ionophore, narasin, for reliable,
effective control of coccidiosis in poultry
Learn how the active ingredients in Maxiban
and Monteban effectively control coccidiosis




Achieve continuous and stable coccidiosis control
by using Maxiban and Monteban continuously
No anorexic effect,
bird maintain feeds
intake18
Allows bird immunity to
develop, while still effectively
controlling disease
Using Maxiban for at least another 7 days past the peak coccidial challenge
improved FCR by up to 0.23 pts per day of extension22
➡ outperforming all other ionophore programmes
Achieve continuous and stable coccidiosis control
by using Maxiban and Monteban continuously
No anorexic effect,
bird maintain feeds
intake18
Allows bird immunity
to develop, while still
effectively controlling
disease
Using Maxiban for at least another 7 days past the peak coccidial challenge
improved FCR by up to 0.23 pts per day of extension22
➡ outperforming all other ionophore programmes
Maxiban and Monteban have been helping poultry producers
achieve effective coccidiosis control for over 20 years.
But what about other coccidiosis solutions?
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References:

1. McDougald, L. 2003. “Parasitic Diseases: Coccidiosis.” Diseases of Poultry. 11th ed.:974-985

2. López-Osorio S, et al. (2020) Overview of Poultry Eimeria Life Cycle and Host-Parasite Interactions. Front. Vet. Sci., 03 July. Sec. Veterinary Infectious Diseases

3. Marusich, W. et al. (1972). “Effect of coccidiosis on pigmentation in broilers.” Br. Poultry. Sci. 13:577-585

4. Elanco HTSi data

5. Watkins KL, et al. (2017). Observational analysis of broiler production and health data collected during the transition to a raised without antibiotic program. Poult. Sci. 96 (Suppl. 1)

6. Lanckriet A, et al. (2010). The effect of commonly used anticoccidials and antibiotics in a subclinical necrotic enteritis model. Avian Pathol. Feb;39(1):63-8

7. Clave H et al Sci Tech Avicoles 2004

8. Ruff, MD, et al. (1980) Anticoccidial activity of Narasin in broiler chickens reared in floor pens. Poultry Sci; 59:2008-2013

9. HTSi Data EMEA region 2010-2016

10. Blake DP et al. (2020). Re-calculating the cost of coccidiosis in chickens

11. Kadykalo, S. “The value of anticoccidials for sustainable global poultry production.” 2017. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents. 1-7

12. Williams, R. 1999. “A compartmentalized model for the estimation of the cost of coccidiosis to the World’s chicken production industry”. Int Journ.for Parasitoloty. 29(8):1209-1229

13. Saggiorato et al., - Can we predict early performance of a broiler flock? Experience from Clostridium Firstest – XIIIth European Poultry Conference – Tours, 2010

14. Salois M, Heskett E. (2017). Raised without antibiotics can lead to more use of medically important antibiotics, unpublished.

15. Lanckriet A, Timbermont L, De Gussem M, Marien M, Vancraeynest D, Haesebrouck F, Ducatelle R, Van Immerseel F. The effect of commonly used anticoccidials and antibiotics in a subclinical necrotic enteritis model. Avian Pathol. 2010 Feb;39(1):63-8

16. For a company producing 100 million birds per year on a full Maxiban™ and Monteban™ programme compared to a Monensin/Nicarbazin and Salinomycin programme for 3 crops of the year. Elanco data on file REF-22071

17. Elanco, 2018: HTSi UK Data 2015-2018 / Performance data 2014-2018 – Tom Hepburn – EKS Specialist

18. Weppelman, R. et al. Comparison of Anticoccidial Ecacy, Resistance and Tolerance of Narasin, Monensin and Lasalocid in Chicken Battery Trials. 1977. Poultry Sci; 56.5:1550-59 5.

19. Metzler,M. et al. “Eects of Monensin Feeding and Withdrawal Time on Growth and Carcass Composition in Broiler Chickens.” 1987. Poultry Sci; 66.9:1451-58 6.

20. Harms, R. and Buresh R. “Influence of Salinomycin on the Performance of Broiler Chicks.”1987. Poultry Sci; 66: 51

21. Elanco Animal Health Study ELA1900304 2019. Data on file

22. FVEx data on file – 2011-2019

23. Elanco data on file

24. Kaldhusdal, M. et al 2012 “Non-soluble fibres and narasin reduce spontaneous gizzard erosion and ulceration in broiler chickens” Avian Pathology 41(2), 227-234

For further information call Elanco Animal Health on +44(0)1256 353131, or email elancouk@elanco.com, or write to: Elanco UK AH limited, Form 2, Bartley Way, Bartley Wood Business Park, Hook RG27 9XA. Use medicines responsibly www.noah.co.uk/responsible.

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