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The One Stop Solution To Coccidiosis

Research conducted showed that Coxynil eliminates coccidia by stimulating the production of cytotoxic T-cells which then attack the epithelial cells infected with micro and macrogametes to prevent the sporulation of oocysts

Unique mode of Action

Attack and Eliminate Oocysts at the Schizont Stages

In vivo Cidal action on sporulated oocysts of all stages

Prohibits sporulation of excreted & ingested oocysts

Stages at which Coxynil Acts

Coxynil is the only anticoccidial on the market that acts at each and every stage of the life cycle. This makes sure the protozoa are eliminated at each stage, thereby ridding the animal of sub clinical infections – which no other anti-coccidial on the market can accomplish. Thus, Coxynil manages to not only act as an immunity builder but also a growth promoter.

Comparative studies have also shown that animals consuming Coxynil have significantly better attributes than those on other anticoccidials


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A Few Publications Of Coxynil

Pansare, P A; Lonkar, P S; Dept. of Pathology, Bombay Veterinary College, Parel, Mumbai, India (25 February 2009). “A herbal coccidiostat on pathology of coccidiosis in broilers – Effect of Coxynil”

Kurkure, N V; Kolte, S W; Bhandarkar, A G; Kalorey, D R (23 September 2006). “Evaluation of herbal Coccidiostat ‘Coxynil’ in broiler” (PDF). Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 44 (September 2006): 740–744.

Indian J Exp Biol. 2006 Sep;44(9):740-4. Evaluation of herbal coccidiostat ‘ Coxynil’ in broiler. Kurkure NV(1), Kolte SW, Bhandarkar AG, Kalorey DR.

Cho, Sang-Beum; Kwon, Seung-Hyun; Lee, Jun-Hyeong; Lee, Yun-Jeong; Kang, Chang-Won; Paik, Hyun-Dong; Chang, Byung-Joon; Kim, Soo-Ki (19 November 2009). “Effect of Dietary Plant Extracts (Coxynil®, Growell®, Respowell®) in Broilers”Journal of Life Science 19 (11): 1547–1552

Effect of herbal coccidiostat on pathology of coccidiosis in broilers.  [2004] Pansare, P. A., Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Science University, Nagpur (India)

Halacheva M., Marinova V., Sabev P., Vitanov I. Clinical examination of the feed additive coxynil in the control of the chicken eimeriosis. Ветер.Мед., 2007; Т.11, N 1-2 (pdf)

Coccidiosis in Broiler Breeders, Broilers & Layers – Technical Bulletin By Growell India

Advantages of Coxynil

Used in over 40 countries

No Resistance

No Shuttle Program Required

Field Tested in diverse climates

No Side Effects

Since 1997

Phytogenic in Nature

Research Based

Available in Powder and Liquid Forms