It reminds me of the sound I make when I imitate cockerels starting to crow.
Why are ivermectin, pumpkin seed and corid hot buttons?
Does laying an egg that been stuck for week and is followed by a soft-shelled egg within 12-16 hours count? That is the only two eggs per day scenario I have seen in my flock. And I wouldn't have believed it possible if I had not seen her lay both.
Anyway, let me start with Corid. Years ago everyone decided that the 9.6% liquid Corid dose was ~2 teaspoons per gallon (actual correct amount is 9.5ml per gallon) which is 960mg and is the correct amount for treating a severe outbreak, but someone did some math based on some flawed science and decided that the 20% powder dose was 1/2 teaspoon per gallon. What they failed to understand was that one teaspoon of the powder does not weigh 5 grams. Sadly, that mis-information went viral and many people still think that the correct dose is 1/2 teaspoon per gallon. Sigh...
Per the mfg, the powder weighs 2.7 grams, so 2.7 x 200 = 540 mg. I've weighed it, as did a friend, we both got something closer to 3 grams, so 3 x 200 = 600, which means the correct severe outbreak dose is no less than 1.5 teaspoons and not more than 1.75 teaspoons.
Anyone that still gives 1/2 teaspoon per gallon is medicating water with 270-300 mg, which is way less that the amoun recommended by the mfg and the FDA.
Will elaborate on the others later.