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Reasons for Wet Litter

  • Diets with a high proportion of non starch polysaccharides, animal protein, saturated free fatty acids, anti – nutritional factors or toxins can induce a dertimental shift in the composition of the intestinal microbiota (dysbacteriosis), directly or by causing toxic damage
  • Protozoal infections – Coccidiosis, Histomoniasis
  • Bacterial infections – Salmonella & Clostridium

Inflammation of the renal or gastrointestinal lining compromises water and nutrient transfer, which increases the amount of water, mucus and non-digested nutrients in the excreta

Consequence of Wet Litter

  • Spread of diseases (litter with more water content is source for viral/ bacteria infections)
  • Leg problem / burnt footpads
  • Dirty eggs & egg production loss
  • Affects growth due to excessive water loss from body
  • Fly problem
  • More ammonia
  • Poor performance & economic loss

Composition :

100 g ofAviquinol 12.5 contains

Chlorhydroxyquinoline 12.5 g (12.5 %)

Effective Against

  • Protozoan parasites
  • Bacteria (Gram-positive, Gram-negative, aerobes and anaerobes including coli, Salmonella causing diarrhoea)
  • Fungi

Aviquinol as Growth Promoter Chlorhydroxyquinoline reduces the tone and motility of s m o o t h m u s c I e s o f

intestine, thus helps in enhancing the nutrient absorption by prolonging its contact time with intestinal mucosa. These properties also aid in alleviating the symptoms of diarrhoea & loose dropings

Aviquinol’s Features, Advantages & Benefits
Features Advantages Benefits
Anti- peristaltic action •  Slows movement

of food through GIT

•  Allows more complete digestion/ absorption of available nutrients

•  Improves feed efficiency, reducing cost of production
Broad spectrum antimicrobiai activity

•  Antibacterial

•  Antifungal

•  Antiprotozoal

MOdifies intestinal flora & controls diarrhoea •  Improves growth & feed efficiency

•  Reduces stress to bird

Ease of use •  Rare development of resistance

•  No cross resistance

•  Optimum production results

•  Maintain benefits

With antibÏOtiCS

•  No withdrawal

period required

right up to birds

marketing age

•  Maintain



Mixing Directions
Broilers / Layers & breeders

500 g of Aviquinol per tonne of feed

Broilers Layers




Starter and Grower


One-day old 4 weeks to One-day 9th week 17th week
through marketing old to 16th onwards –
3 weeks –

500 g

age – 250 g through 8 weeks –

500 g

week – 250 g 500 g
Control of wet litter

1.5 kg to 2 kg per tonne of feed for 2 to 4 weeks


Presentation : 25 Kg Bag