|1 g/kg BW
|Effective in controlling gastrointestinal helminths.
|T Feitosa et al., 2013
|2 g/bird per day
|Results indicated that compared to mebendazole, pumpkin seed was moderately effective in reducing worm counts of Ascaridia spp. and Raillietina spp., marginally active in reducing worm counts of Heterakis spp., and moderately effective in reducing egg output of the worms.
|J Acorda et al., 2019
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