(1) Podella in poultry has excellent effects on soft, piled, poisonous, Brinell, and Eimeria, and can effectively control the occurrence and death of cecal coccidia after treatment. Chicken coccidia oocysts disappear completely, which is an ideal coccidiostat. Diclazuril is also highly effective against E. tenella. Diclazuril has better control effect on coccidia than other conventional anticoccidial and monensin plasma carrier anticoccidial drugs.
For the use of flurazepam (Arprinocid), clopidol, benzophenone, oxybenzoquinone, and monensin-resistant Eimeria, the use of diclazuril is still effective.
The concentration of lmg/kg feed can effectively control the infection of Eimeria turkey, Eimeria turkey, Eimeria elegans and Eimeria tenella.
(2) rabbits with 1mg/kg drug feed to rabbits, which are effective for rabbit liver coccidia and enterococcal.