Clopiden F

Clopiden F contains clopidol which is a pyridone-derivative structurally related to the quinolones,
with antiprotozoal activity which is directed against Eimeria spp. in chicken. Clopidol leads to an
inhibition of the development of sporozoites and trophozoites. Feed containing Clopiden F at the directed level should be fed continuously as an aid for the prevention and control of caecal and intestinal coccidiosis and for improvement in growth.


Dosage and Usage Instructions
Add 125 – 250g per ton feed.
It is suggested that Clopiden F be premixed with some other feed ingredient prior to final mixing. This should ensure thorough and even distribution in the feed.


Extremely stable to the processes of animal feed manufacture and in feeds during storage.


Clopidol has no adverse effects on growing chickens and layer when fed continuously up to 3 times of normal level.

Clopidol has no effect on hatchability or fertility of laying chicken when fed at recommended levels.


25 kg drum

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