Maxiban

Maxiban™ (narasin and nicarbazin)

A combination product for coccidiosis prevention in broilers
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Maxiban™ (narasin and nicarbazin)
Maxiban™ (narasin and nicarbazin)

A combination product for coccidiosis prevention in broilers

Maxiban™ is a unique combination of narasin (an ionophore) and nicarbazin (a chemical) in a specially formulated 1:1 ratio, which aids in the prevention of coccidiosis when included in broiler chicken feeds. Each molecule affects a different energy pathway of the coccidia parasite and is active during different stages of the parasite's life cycle. This results in a synergistic effect which increases coccidial control while presenting substantial obstacles to resistance development1. The nicarbazin + narasin combination of Maxiban results in effective protection from coccidiosis, and the the maintenance of intestinal integrity, both key drivers of bird health and performance. The use of Maxiban in a broiler anticoccidial program results in improved weight gain and feed conversion2,3.

Important Safety Information

FOR BROILER CHICKEN FEEDS ONLY

Before using this product, please consult the label for complete instructions.

Contraindications

DO NOT USE in horses or other equines - may be fatal. Do not feed to game birds.
Poultry consuming narasin should not be treated with products containing tiamulin or oleandomycin. Severe growth depression or death may occur.
DO NOT USE concurrently with another ionophore, as severe growth depression or death may occur.

Precautions

Nicarbazin medicated broilers may show reduced heat tolerance if exposed to high temperature and high humidity. Provide adequate drinking water and ventilation during these periods.

Withholding Period

MEAT: Nil
Eggs from treated birds must not be sold for human consumption for 10 days following the cessation of last treatment.

Directions for Use

Must be thoroughly mixed in feeds before use.

Mixing Directions

Thoroughly mix 0.5 to 0.625 kg Maxiban Premix in one tonne of feed to provide 40 to 50 ppm of each active ingredient per tonne of complete feed.

Feeding Directions

Broilers: Feed continuously as the only ration for at least 14-28 days.

References

1 Evans, R. (2001) “Maxiban’s mode of action and impact on coccidiosis control.” Feather Tech

2 Watkins, K. and Bafundo, K. Spring 1993. “Effect of anticoccidial programs on broiler performance”, Journ. Applied Poultry Research. Spring.

3 Rings, B. Cochrane, J. et al. July 2001. “The performance of Maxiban™ and nicarbazin with and without BMD in starter rations” AVMA Presentation, Boston, Mass.

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