The effect of aqueous extract of aloe gel (10%w/v) on growth performance, antibody titer against ND, IB and IBD and faecal coccidial oocysts count following natural progression of coccidiosis in broilers reared at Peshawar was studied. One hundred and sixty, day old chicks were randomly allotted to four different groups, designated as A, B, C and D in an open sided house. Each group was replicated four times with ten chicks per replicate. Group A, B and C received aqueous extract of aloe gel (10%w/v) @ of 5, 10 and 15ml/liter of water and group D was kept control for 35 days. On day-21 of the experiment, all the chicks were inoculated with oocysts of different species of Emeria and in addition, oocysts were seeded in the litter. Water and feed intake, abdominal fat deposition and weight of breast, thigh gizzard, heart and liver of broilers given aloe extract in drinking water was not different among groups. Significantly higher body weight gain, dressed weight and lower feed conversion ratio was observed for broilers in group B. Significantly higher mortality (10%) was found in control group and. On the other hand, significantly higher coccidia oocysts' count was found in the litter of group D as compared to group B and C on both day-28 and day-35 of the experimental period. Citation: Durrani, F.R., Sanaullah, N. Chand, Z. Durrani and S. Akhtar. 2008. Using aqueous extract of aloe gel as anticoccidial and immunostimulant agent in broiler production. Sarhad J. Agric. 24(4): 665-669. INTRODUCTION Coccidiosis is one of the major pandemic in poultry industry. Coccidiosis could lead to severe economic losses as chickens are continually exposed to coccidial oocysts found in litter (Mathis et al., 1984). Coccidia usually results in metabolic and structural changes in the intestinal mucosa of the host animal (Ruff and Allen, 1990). Efforts have always been made to add coccidiostates on regular basis in chicken's diet. Consistent use of coccidiostates has not only narrowed the gap between cost of production and returns, it could be a potential threat to human being as a result of their residual effects. With increasing demand of broiler meat consumption, efforts would be required to assure healthy food and better economic gains. Herbal products in past have been effectively used for the control and treatment of several ailments in poultry and human beings. Aloe vera, a medicinal plant, could be an effective substitute for coccidiostates because of its chemical nature and antimicrobial activities. Aloe gel has been used as antibiotics (Swaim et al., 1992), wound healing (Davis et al., 1994), anti-inflammatory (Udupa, 1994) anti coccidial (Mwale et al., 2005) and anti ulcer (Koo, 1994) agent. It has been reported to be an effective tool in increasing density of microvilli and enhancing immunity of broilers (Jinag et al., 2005). Aloe gel is one of the readily available herbal extract in Asia that is expected to produce desirable results. The present study was therefore, an effort to use aloe vera gel as natural growth promoter and an effective tool for the control of coccidiosis in broilers. MATERIALS AND METHODS This study was planned to investigate the efficacy of 10% (w/v) concentrated aloe vera gel (AG) infusion as a coccidiostat, growth promoter and immunostimulant agent in broiler production practices at the NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar, Poultry Farm.