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Coxiprol Solution

Description

Coxiprol is essential to have handy when raising young birds.

Coccidiosis is an intestinal parasite that exists just about everywhere. It can take a heavy toll on chicks, starting from about three weeks of age. The parasite multiplies greatly in the gut of the chick, and vast numbers of "oocysts" (think of them as eggs) come out in the manure. Chicks raised on litter floors scratch and peck at the litter, looking for food, and become infected. The explosive multiplication of the coccidia can lead to dead, stunted, and sick chicks. Chicks that are exposed to only low levels of coccidia become immune without becoming sick.
Control is achieved by breaking the reproductive cycle. Chicks raised on wire floors don't get coccidiosis because they don't have enough contact with the manure. Chicks raised on free-range from a very early age tend not to get it because they also don't have enough exposure. Chicks raised on old litter (used for at least six months) tend not to get it because the litter eventually harbours microscopic creatures that eat coccidia. Medicated chick starter contains drugs that suppress coccidia directly. Wet litter, crowding, intermittent feeding, and any type of stress tend to increase coccidiosis. If the feeders are empty, the chicks will spend more time nosing around in the litter. If you have an outbreak of coccidiosis, - the first signs are usually visible as ‘bloody’ poop.

A must-have if hatching and raising your own chicks!

Treating Coccidiosis
Anticoccidial drugs are very effective. The danger zone is usually around 3 to 7 weeks. Keep chicks on a crumble that contains low levels of coccidiostat. With a serious outbreak, you need to put a coccidiostat in the water, since sick chicks that will not eat will still drink. It is worth having an anticoccidial drug-like Coxiprol on hand as if caught earlier enough and treated the chicks bounce back quickly.

Available in a 250ml and a 1L bottle.

Coxiprol Solution

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$34.00 Incl. GST

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    Description

    Coxiprol is essential to have handy when raising young birds.

    Coccidiosis is an intestinal parasite that exists just about everywhere. It can take a heavy toll on chicks, starting from about three weeks of age. The parasite multiplies greatly in the gut of the chick, and vast numbers of "oocysts" (think of them as eggs) come out in the manure. Chicks raised on litter floors scratch and peck at the litter, looking for food, and become infected. The explosive multiplication of the coccidia can lead to dead, stunted, and sick chicks. Chicks that are exposed to only low levels of coccidia become immune without becoming sick.
    Control is achieved by breaking the reproductive cycle. Chicks raised on wire floors don't get coccidiosis because they don't have enough contact with the manure. Chicks raised on free-range from a very early age tend not to get it because they also don't have enough exposure. Chicks raised on old litter (used for at least six months) tend not to get it because the litter eventually harbours microscopic creatures that eat coccidia. Medicated chick starter contains drugs that suppress coccidia directly. Wet litter, crowding, intermittent feeding, and any type of stress tend to increase coccidiosis. If the feeders are empty, the chicks will spend more time nosing around in the litter. If you have an outbreak of coccidiosis, - the first signs are usually visible as ‘bloody’ poop.

    A must-have if hatching and raising your own chicks!

    Treating Coccidiosis
    Anticoccidial drugs are very effective. The danger zone is usually around 3 to 7 weeks. Keep chicks on a crumble that contains low levels of coccidiostat. With a serious outbreak, you need to put a coccidiostat in the water, since sick chicks that will not eat will still drink. It is worth having an anticoccidial drug-like Coxiprol on hand as if caught earlier enough and treated the chicks bounce back quickly.

    Available in a 250ml and a 1L bottle.

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    M.B.
    Absolute Must

    We decided to raise our flock from one-day-old chicks. As new chicken Tenders this was the only medication I made sure I had on hand from day one. It is easy, convenient, and no mess so I did not have to worry about having it in the house with young children etc. Provides peace of mind and works very effectively.

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    Angela White
    Coxiprol

    Was very well packed Thankyou.
    Fixed the problem quickly.

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    Gordon Acres

    Excellent website and product was sent immediately and arrived very quickly. Thank you Appleton!

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    Sharon Pekelaar
    Cociprol Solution

    Excellent product. Works as it should. Saves lives. Absolute must have for chick raising.

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    Jeff Barnfield
    Racing Pigeons.

    I used the COXIPROL Solution as a preventative medicine for my racing pigeons.
    It has worked well with the old hens some of which are well into their teens and are thus more susceptible to illnesses such as coccidiosis.

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    Kathleen
    A must for the first aid kit.

    Fast and effective, follow instructions and everything will work out how it should.

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    Bee F.

    Coxiprol Solution

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    Angie Lincoln-Forbes
    Coxiprol Solution

    Quick service thank you. Will keep this in the chickens first aid kit.

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    Maddy Wallace

    My chickens are looking a lot better. Was disappointed that I paid for post haste and it still took 2 nights. But that is the courier company not your end.

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    Alistair DAVIDSON
    Al D.

    Delivery ever so prompt, thank you.
    Brilliant product - used on a pigeon - from puffed up, lethargic and scouring to alert and active in a day or two - almost like flicking a switch. Weight regained in a little over a week.

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