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Phylox uses multiple methods to target Eimeria species and reduce the negative effects of coccidiosis on poultry health and performance. Phylox prevents oocyst sporulation by causing oxidative stress in Eimeria cells and preventing oocyst cell wall formation. Phylox also binds to the Eimeria cell membrane, damaging cell structure and integrity and causing Eimeria cell death.
In multiple studies, including in broilers raised in floor pens, Eimeria-challenged broilers fed Phylox had equivalent or better performance compared to broilers administered industry standard anticoccidials. This included vaccination, a bio-shuttle program, chemicals and ionophores. Research also showed that Phylox can be fed concurrently with anticoccidial vaccines, preventing disease breakthrough while immunity is being developed by the bird without interfering with vaccine efficacy.
Studies at a leading contract research organization have proven that Phylox can improve weight gain and increase feed conversion while reducing mortality, lowering coccidial lesion scores and reducing fecal oocyst counts in Eimeria-challenged broilers.
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