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post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

just found out they dont make sulmet anymore,what's up with that? I know when my chickens and turkeys get sick i mix 1 oz to a gal and water and helps them out,my question is WHY DID THEY DISCONTINDED THE SULMET?

post #2 of 8

I'm not sure, but it seems that it is becoming more difficult to buy antibiotics without a prescription in some states. Several people ave written about this. Sulmet is still available here and on Amazon when I checked:


Were you treating for coccidiosis or for a respiratory disease? Many people use Tylan or Oxyteracycline for respiratory diseases, and they use Corid for treatment of coccidiosis. Those are usually easy to find locally in feed stores.

Edited by Eggcessive - 4/26/16 at 8:19am
post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

nope it not on the market there either,they took it off the market because it was working,if that makes sence!!!!!

post #4 of 8
What symptoms are you treating the chickens and turkeys for? There may be an alternative.
post #5 of 8
Thread Starter 

drooping of the wings,lost of weight,i have some corid,two tablespoons in a gal of water,hope that does it,not all have this disease,3 out of twenty,tomorrow im getting sulfer to spread on the ground

post #6 of 8

 The dosage is too high-- it should be 2 teaspoonsful per gallon IF you are using the liquid Corid, or 1 1/2 teaspoonsful if using the powder. Give it for 5 days. Then give them some plain yogurt and chick vitamins when they are finished with Corid to get the gut bacteria back to normal. Dehydration can also cause drooping wings. I hope you get them all well. Good luck.

Edited by Eggcessive - 4/26/16 at 7:14pm
post #7 of 8
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two teaspoons,sorry i met to say,yes i hate to lose those cream legbars

post #8 of 8

Hey! At the beginning of next year they are making it to where all powder antibiotics are prescription. We do have sulmet powders, just sold out of the liquid, if you're interested.

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