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Khalifa, M., R. H. Fayed, A. A. Sedik, and H. M. A. Khalil, "Dose-dependent toxic effects of di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate in male rats: Focus on behavioral alterations and inducing TLR4/NF-κB signaling pathway", Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, vol. 468, issue 1, pp. 116515, 2023. bhth_mhsn_lwl_mnshwr.pdf
Khalifa, M., R. H. Fayed, Y. H. Ahmed, A. A. Sedik, N. M. El‑Dydamony, and H. M. A. Khalil, "Mitigating effect of ferulic acid on di‑(2‑ethylhexyl) phthalate‑induced neurocognitive dysfunction in male rats with a comprehensive in silico survey", Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, vol. 30, issue 12, 2023. lbhth_lthn_mhsn_mnshwr.pdf
Fayed, R. H., E. Rashad, S. I. El-Samannoudy, H. M. Elsherif, H. A. Ella, and E. Ismael, "Mitigative Effect of Dietary Tinospora Cordifolia and Andrographis Paniculata on Health and Hepato-Renal Expression of Caspase-3 and TNF-α of Broiler Chickens Fed on Aflatoxin and Ochratoxin Contaminated Diet", Journal of Advanced Veterinary Research, vol. 13, issue 8, pp. 1668-1677, 2023. bhth_lsmwm_lftryh_mnshwr.pdf
R.H., F., and K. Rüegge, Comparative Anticoccidial Potential of Maxiban 160 and Herb-All COCC-X against Eimeria Species Infestation on Intestinal Lesion and Oocyte Shedding in Broilers, , vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 1 - 6, 2022. Abstractjavs_volume_7_issue_2_pages_1-6.pdfWebsite

Coccidiosis is the most serious protozoal disease of poultry industry worldwide. Infected birds shed the infective oocysts in high numbers in the droppings which enables the persistence of the disease in the flock. Traditionally, the infection is controlled by chemical anticoccidial preparations. However, the extensive use of chemical preparations represented a serious problem to public health and lead to the emergence of resistant coccidian strains. To overcome this problem, commercial herbal products are available since the last few decades. The present work aims to evaluate and compare the efficiency of the anti-coccidial herbal product (Herb-All COCC-X) and the chemical preparation (Maxiban 160) in the control of coccidiosis in broilers and to determine their effect on shed oocysts. For this purpose, 320 one-day-old broiler chicks were randomly and equally divided in four groups. All groups (with the exception of the negative control group) were subjected to an infection with Eimeria acervulina and Eimeria tenella. One group was treated with Herb-All COCC-X, the second with Maxiban 160, and the third remained untreated as a positive control group. The birds were slaughtered after 41 days for PM examination. The oocysts count in droppings was significantly lower in both treated groups in comparison to the positive control one. The efficiency of Herb-All COCC-X was significantly higher than that of Maxiban 160in the reduction of the number and sporulation potential of shed oocyst. Other parameters including the FCR, body weight gain, and mortality rate did not vary significantly in both treated groups.

A., E. - S., F. R.H., C. V. H., and R. K., Future Trend to Replace Chemical Products with Nutraceutical Food / Feed Additive: A Mini Review, , vol. 7, issue 3, pp. 20 - 29, 2022. AbstractWebsite

Since thousands of years, herbal products were used for medical purposes in old cultures. The present trend to re-discover the medical potential of herbs started to grow with the general awareness of the medical hazards of several chemical pharmaceutical preparations. Similarly, for several decades, antibiotics, Coccidiostat and other chemical feed additives were massively used in animal husbandry. However, due to their negative impact on consumer health, they were banned in many countries. The present work discusses some natural alternative available for use in human and veterinary medical fields. The number of commercially available herbal products increases rapidly in the markets worldwide and are expected to overtake the number of pharmaceuticals of chemical origin in food sector in the future.

Bawish, B. M., R. H. Fayed, and A. A. E. H. Razek, "Effect Of Garlic As Feed Additive On Performance, Carcass Characteristics, And Meat Quality Of Muscovy Ducks Reared In Different Stocking Densities", Journal of Applied Veterinary Sciences, vol. 3, issue 1, pp. 43-51, 2018. javs3__paper5.pdf
Emeash, H. H., R. H. Fayed, and M. Z. Elhussiny, "Effect of Transportation Stress on Some Behavioral Patterns and Hematological Parameters of Dromedary Camel (Camelus dromedarius)", Conference of Sudan University of Science & Technology, Sudan, pp. 11-22, 2017. effect_of_transportation_stress.....pdf
H., F. R., A. - G. EM, and K. G. El Iraqi, "COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY ON THE LEVEL OF FISH MANAGEMENT IN FRESH WATER FISH FARMS IN EGYPT ", Aquaculture 2014, Spain, 2014. fish_paper_spain_2914.pdf
A, T. M., H. M. M, and F. R. H, "Impact of feed enzymes supplementation on zootechnical performance and incidence of foot pad dermatitis in growing turkeys", 7th Hafez International symposium on Tureky Production, Berlin - Germany, 30 May, 2013. turkey_paper_germany_2013.pdf
Rabie H. Fayed, H. M. A., A. E. H. Ali I. Awad, H. M. Zawbaa, and E. Hany, "A Robust Cattle Identification Scheme Using Muzzle Print Images", Proceedings of the 2013 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, KRAKO´W, 2013. cow_identification.pdf
Fayed, R. H., and E. K. G. Eraqi, "Effect of Yeast as Feed Supplement on Behavioural and Productive Performance of Broiler Chickens ", Life science J., vol. 9, issue 4, pp. 4026-4031, 2012. 600_13283life0904_4026_4031.pdf
R.H.Fayed, A. A. H. Razik, and B. Baghwish, "Welfare Assessment Of Broiler Chickens Subjected To Feed Restriction And Fed Enzyme Supplemented Diet", Journal of American Science, vol. 8(10), 2012. lbhth_bdnshr_f_lmjl.pdf
Fayed RH, M. F., M. A. Fouad, M. Y. Matoock, and E. - K. F. Reham, "Effect of different quarantine periods on performance, behaviour and physiology of laboratory Guinea pigs", Vet. Med. Journal, vol. 57, issue 3, pp. 345 – 356 , 2009. ginea_pig_quarantine_paper_final.pdf
Fayed, R. H., "Maternal Behaviour in Arabian Mare. Review Article.", Egyptian Soc. Anim. Prod. Fertl., Ninteenth Annual congress,3-7 Feb, , Hurgada,Egypt, pp. 91-95, 3-7 Feb, 2007, . maternal_behaviour_of_arabian_mare_2007.pdf
Fayed, R. H., "Maternal behaviour in Buffalo- post-partum behaviour. Review Article.", Egyptian Soc. Anim. Prod. Fertl., Seventeenth Annual congress, , Al-Menia, Egypt, 29 Jan -2 Feb, , 2005. maternal_behaviour_of_buffaloes.pdf
M.Kamel, M., E. M. A. E. gawad, R. H.Fayed, and T. F. I. Mohammed, Camel raising in Egypt in relation to behavioural problems and performance, , Giza, Cairo university, 2003. thesis_2003.docx
Fayed, R. H., "Sexual and Maternal Behaviour of Buffaloes. Review Article", Egyptian Soc. Anim. Prod. Fertl., Fourteenth Annual congress, Giza, , 2002 , Giza, 22-26 Jan.,, 2002. buffalo_maternal_behaviour.pdf
Fayed, R. H., and H. E. S. Lethey, "Influence of Corn Oil added to the Diet of Broilers on Their Performance and Behaviours", Zagazig Vet. J., vol. 30, issue 2, pp. 36-41, 2002. corn_oil_paper.pdf
Fayed, R. H., H. S. El-lethey, and W. Anwar, "Influence of drinking water quality on the behaviour, carcass yield, organ weights and performance of the broiler ", Journal of Egypt. Vet. Medicine , vol. 62, issue 4, pp. 45 – 52 , 2002. water_quality_paper.pdf
Fayed, R. H., "Maternal Behavior in Animals", Vet Med. Journal, vol. 57, issue 2, pp. 203-209, 2002. maternal_behaviour_in_animals.pdf
Fayed, R. H., and M. Y. Matoock, "Pre-parturient isolation of dairy cows and its effects on their maternal care and neonatal behaviour", Egyptian Vet. Medicine Asso., vol. 62, issue 2, pp. 243 – 253 , 2002. preparturient_cow_isolation_paper_final.pdf