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Baycox™ Coccidiocide Solution for Chickens


Baycox™ Coccidiocide Solution for Chickens

Baycox™ Coccidiocide Solution is for the treatment and control of coccidiosis in chickens caused by Eimeria species. Coccidiosis is one of the more common and costly diseases in poultry. Infected birds may stop eating, but they will usually continue to drink, so Baycox™ Poultry is administered as a water medication.

Key Product Benefits: 

  • Treats and controls coccidiosis in chickens, caused by Eimeria species
  • Water-based treatment containing Toltrazuril
  • Does not interfere with the development of natural immunity1
  • Active against all intracellular stages of the parasite in the animal1,2

Pack Sizes

1L and 5L 


Solution Mixed into Drinking Water 

Baycox™ Important Information 

Always read and follow the label directions. DO NOT treat replacement pullets more than twice. Do not use galvanised or rusty iron water tanks and reticulation systems. Baycox mixes with all types of water, however in areas where drinking water is acidic the water should be tested for pH and brought to a minimum pH of 8.5 using sodium bicarbonate. To avoid excessive foaming add Baycox to the water after filling the supply tank. 

Dosage and administration

Refer to the label for all dosage and administration information. 

Baycox is added to the drinking water of chickens for the treatment and control of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria species including: Eimeria tenella, Eimeria necatrix, Eimeria acervulina and Eimeria maxima.

Withholding Periods 

MEAT: DO NOT USE less than 14 days before slaughter for human consumption  

EGGS: DO NOT USE in laying hens. DO NOT USE in replacement pullets within 8 weeks of laying onset, where eggs are to be used or processed for human consumption. Eggs laid during the withholding period MUST NOT BE USED or processed for human consumption. 

Product label

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Please refer to the registered label for full directions of use.

Where to buy Baycox™?


Contact your local Elanco Representative to find your nearest store. 

1. Grief G. 2000. Immunity to coccidiosis after treatment with toltrazuril. Parasitology Research 86: 787-790. 

2. Mehlhorn H. et al. 1984. The effects of sym. Triazinones on developmental stages of Eimeria tenella, E. maxima and E acervulina: A light and electron microscopical study. Z. Parasitenkd 70: 173-182.