Feb 24, 2021
It is quite simple due to the lack of resistance. Ionophores have been used for many years without the need for rotation and have truly stood the test of time because they have provided consistent performance without worries about resistance. This has provided global poultry producers peace of mind in managing the challenge of coccidiosis in their broiler flocks.
Take a look back at the other videos from the series:
Video 1: Quantifying the costs of coccidiosis
Video 2: Measuring the efficacy of an anticoccidial
Video 3: Evaluating chemicals for coccidiosis control and prevention
Video 4: Evaluating vaccines as a coccidiosis control option
Video 5: Using ionophores to provide long-term control of intestinal integrity
Video 6: Understanding ionophore-nicarbazin combinations
Video 7: Synergistic success of narasin and nicarbazin
Video 8: What to expect when using ionophore programmes
Video 9: What is resistance and how does it develop?
Video 10: Is resistance an issue for anticoccidials?