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Maxiban™ Anticoccidial Premix


Maxiban™ Anticoccidial Premix

Maxiban is a 50:50 granulated mix of nicarbazin (a chemical anticoccidial) and narasin (an ionophore), working synergistically to prevent coccidiosis, which is an important trigger for a loss of intestinal integrity. It is indicated for the prevention of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria acervulina, E. brunetti, E. maxima, E. mivati, E. necatrix and E. tenella. For use in broiler chicken feed only.

Key Product Benefits: 

  • Maxiban can be used year-round, both in the winter and summer months.
  • The low-level use of each component minimizes the risk of resistance.
  • Maxiban allows bird immunity development whilst preventing coccidiosis.
  • Granulation reduces dust and the risk of carryover.

Pack Size

25 Kg


Pre-Mix Feed 

Maxiban™ Important Information

Find the information you need to use Maxiban™ as part of your operation's poultry program. Always read the product label thoroughly before use, and follow the instructions to ensure safety and maximise efficacy.

Directions for Use

Dosage and administration 

This premix must be thoroughly mixed in feed before use.  Thoroughly mix 0.5 to 0.625 kg Maxiban Premix in one tonne of feed to provide 40 to 50 ppm of each active per ton of complete feed.  Feed continuously as the only ration for at least 14 days.

Withholding Periods 

MEAT: Zero (0) days.  

EGGS: DO NOT USE in birds which are producing or may in the future produce eggs or egg products which may be used or processed for human consumption.  

TRADE ADVICE: Export Slaughter Interval (ESI): An ESI has not been established for this product Note – observing the meat withholding period may not be sufficient to mitigate potential risks to export trade. Trade advice should be sought from Elanco Australia Pty Ltd on 1800 226 324 or the APVMA website (www.apvma.gov.au/residues). 

Product label

Download Product Label

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

Where to Buy Maxiban™?

Contact your local Elanco Representative to find your nearest store. 

  1. Elanco data on file (Meta-analysis report 2011-2019).  
  2. Izquierdo O.A. et al. 1987. Lysine and Sulfur Amino Acid Utilization in Eimeria acervulina-infected Chicks as Affected by Narasin. Poultry Sci. 66: 1652-1659. 
  3. Weppelman R. et al., 1977. Comparison of Anticoccidial Efficacy, Resistance and Tolerance of Narasin, Monensin and Lasalocid in Chicken Battery Trials. Poultry Sci. 56.5:1550-59. 
  4. Vahl H.A. Coccidiostats in poultry feeds. Poultry Misset Jan 1985 p. 22-25.  

Always read and follow the label directions.