Poultry Health at Elanco

Elanco is committed to improving the health, welfare and sustainability of poultry through the provision of products and services that deliver value throughout the food chain.

Our focus areas:

  • Intestinal Integrity
  • Vaccination
  • Productivity
  • Output optimisation
  • Worm control and prevention
  • Data analytics and process efficiency

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HTSi Annual Report 2024

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Maxiban Product Page

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Monteban Product page

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Hemicell Product page

For more information on Hemicell™ visit the Hemicell Product page

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Flubenvet™ 5% w/w premix for medicated feeding stuff.

A broad spectrum oral anthelmintic containing Flubendazole.

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AviBlue Product page

For more information about AviBlue™  visit the AviBlue Product page

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AviPro™ Salmonella Duo

Find out more about Avipro™ Salmonella Duo vaccination for chickens

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