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The study was planned to determine the efficiency of Diaveridine and sulphaquinoxaline with and without supplementation of vitamin A and K for the treatment of Broiler coccidiosis. Birds were divided into four groups A, B, C and D containing 50 birds each. Group A served as negative control while group B, C and D were induced with infections and served as experimental groups. Birds of Group B were not treated with any anticoccidial drug therefore oocyst count per gram of faeces was more than other groups, morbidity and mortality rates were 92% and 28% respectively while weight gain was less than other groups. Group C was treated with anticoccidial drug e.g darvisul liquid, coccidial oocyst count was more than D and less than B per gram faeces, morbidity and 4% mortality rates were 16% and 4% respectively while weight gain was less than D and more than B. Group D was treated with anticoccidial drug e.g coccidak powder, coccidial oocyst count was lesser. Morbidity and mortality rates were 8% and 0% respectively while weight gain was more than group C and B. It indicated that diaveridine and sulphaquinoxaline are useful to treat the broiler coccidiosis with both vitamins than without their supplementation.
Keywords: Anti coccidial; Broiler coccidiosis; Efficacy; Treatment