Eighteen cross-bred goats of Burundi naturally infected to varying degrees with multiple coccidia species of the genus Eimeria were orally administered 25 mg/kg body weight/day chlortetracycline. Effectiveness percentages more elevated than 99.0% were reached within the 9th day of treatment. No adverse reactions have ever been reported. Results demonstrate that the antibiotic is effective for the control of coccidiosis of goats naturally infected in Burundi.

Efficacy of chlortetracycline for controlling goat coccidiosis in Burundi.

DACASTO, MAURO;
1994

Abstract

Eighteen cross-bred goats of Burundi naturally infected to varying degrees with multiple coccidia species of the genus Eimeria were orally administered 25 mg/kg body weight/day chlortetracycline. Effectiveness percentages more elevated than 99.0% were reached within the 9th day of treatment. No adverse reactions have ever been reported. Results demonstrate that the antibiotic is effective for the control of coccidiosis of goats naturally infected in Burundi.
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