To treat coccidiosis, anticoccidial drugs are generally given through feed and water to prevent acute infections and the economic loss often associated with sub acute infections (subclinical coccidiosis).

Prophylactic use is preferred because most damage occurs before signs appear.

The next step in coccidiosis prevention is to implement the kenocox disinfection protocol. The goal of this disinfection procedure is to break the oral-fecal transmission. Kenocox will kill the oocysts in the exogenous stage (outside the host), whereas anticoccidial drugs only are able to act on the endogenous stage (inside the host). Proper cleaning measures and disinfection with Kenocox are the prevention tool to fight against coccidiosis.

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