Coccidiosis is a major problem costing the poultry industry hundreds of millions of dollars every year.The USDA named Coccidiosis the #1 broiler health priority.

USDA Identifies Coccidiosis as #1 Broiler Health Priority

The USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture as well as the Agricultural Research Service have identified the 5 major threats to poultry health they are looking to address over the next five years. Among the short list, “Coccidiosis and gut health” was listed number one with “Antibiotic-free broiler production” coming in at second.

New Method Eliminates Need for Livestock Antibiotics

A University of Wisconsin-Madison animal scientist has developed an antibiotic-free method to protect animals raised for food against common infections. The innovation comes as growing public concern about antibiotic resistance has induced McDonald’s, Tyson Foods and other industry giants to announce major cuts in antibiotic use in meat production.

UW-Madison Scientist Devises New Method to Eliminate Antibiotic Use in Animals

An animal scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWM) has come up with an antibiotic-free method to protect livestock from common infections. This development comes just as many major companies such as McDonald’s and Tyson Foods declare the gradual end of antibiotic use for their food animals.

How Coccidiosis Develops

Infection and immune system shutdown

What this infection means for the chicken:

  • 1 Inflammation in digestive system
  • 2 Inefficient Feed Conversion
  • 3 Decreased Livability

How Cosabody Functions

Published Research Trials () showed that broilers fed cosabody™ were able to maintain health and avoid the expected productivity losses when given a coccidia challenge.

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