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Corid and eggs

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Is there an egg withdrawal when treating with corid for  coccidiosis?

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  Love 1 hb,,  my children, many grands, one spoiled rotten cat,  mtns, chicks, crochet, lots of friends. My hens and a few sweet roos      NPIP 55928
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No there is not. It is Aprolium, which is just a Thiamine blocker. 

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Thank you so much.  My hens have just come out of molt and wormming then on the corid.  Cocci are no fun with young hens .

  Love 1 hb,,  my children, many grands, one spoiled rotten cat,  mtns, chicks, crochet, lots of friends. My hens and a few sweet roos      NPIP 55928
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  Love 1 hb,,  my children, many grands, one spoiled rotten cat,  mtns, chicks, crochet, lots of friends. My hens and a few sweet roos      NPIP 55928
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I'm searching for info on this. I read either a week to 10 days withdrawal
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