GREEN TEA & COCCIDIOSIS
There have been multiple studies conducted using green tea for the treatment and prevention of avian diseases. In a study done in Korea where green tea was added to poultry feed, there was a 50% reduction in coccidiosis oocyst output, while maintaining weight. Another study done in Pakistan confirmed green tea contributed to exceptional anticoccidial response in broiler chicks, confirming its potential for use as an anticoccidial drug, with no residual effects. ￼
In addition, a study transpired in 2007 where green tea was successfully used to enhance immune response against coccidiosis, in addition it improved antibody support against New Castle Disease virus vaccines, concluding that the brew has the potential to boost vaccination effectiveness and immune response against coccidiosis…. continue reading
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