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Corid (amprolium) Dosage for chickens?

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I was told by a vet to use Corid for my laying hens for cocci because we can continue to use the eggs.  My problem is it doesn't have chicken dosage on it and the vet is gone for the day.  Does anyone know the dosage?  it is 9.6% Oral Solution.

"People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely, because chickens run about so absurdly that it is impossible to count them accurately."

— Oscar Wilde

Trying to count my 60+ chickens.  Polish, Ameraucana, Welsummer, Cornish, Production Red, Cochin, Cuckcoo Maran, Black Austrolorp, Sizzle, Showgirl, Silkie, OEG, Partridge Rock, Russian Orloff, Dorking, Basque.  Tough...

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"People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely, because chickens run about so absurdly that it is impossible to count them accurately."

— Oscar Wilde

Trying to count my 60+ chickens.  Polish, Ameraucana, Welsummer, Cornish, Production Red, Cochin, Cuckcoo Maran, Black Austrolorp, Sizzle, Showgirl, Silkie, OEG, Partridge Rock, Russian Orloff, Dorking, Basque.  Tough...

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Originally Posted by taprock 

I was told by a vet to use Corid for my laying hens for cocci because we can continue to use the eggs.  My problem is it doesn't have chicken dosage on it and the vet is gone for the day.  Does anyone know the dosage?  it is 9.6% Oral Solution.


Dosage is 9.5cc per gallon of water for 5 days, mix a new batch daily. Your vet is correct, no withdrawal.

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Thanks,  everyone medicated and tucked in.

"People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely, because chickens run about so absurdly that it is impossible to count them accurately."

— Oscar Wilde

Trying to count my 60+ chickens.  Polish, Ameraucana, Welsummer, Cornish, Production Red, Cochin, Cuckcoo Maran, Black Austrolorp, Sizzle, Showgirl, Silkie, OEG, Partridge Rock, Russian Orloff, Dorking, Basque.  Tough...

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"People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely, because chickens run about so absurdly that it is impossible to count them accurately."

— Oscar Wilde

Trying to count my 60+ chickens.  Polish, Ameraucana, Welsummer, Cornish, Production Red, Cochin, Cuckcoo Maran, Black Austrolorp, Sizzle, Showgirl, Silkie, OEG, Partridge Rock, Russian Orloff, Dorking, Basque.  Tough...

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I found this stuff at my local feed store. Can I use this on my chickens? If so how much do I give them and do I hold the eggs?
Edited by michellesherbin - 8/15/16 at 6:12am
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I found this stuff at my local feed store. Can I use this on my chickens? If so how much do I give them and do I hold the eggs?

Welcome to BYC!

 

What do you want to use it for? I think it only treats bacterial infections of the intestines. If you want to treat coccidiosis you need amprolium (Corid, Amprol, AmproMed, etc) or a sulfa drug (Sulmet, SMZ-Med 454, Albon, Di-Methox, etc).

 

@michellesherbin

 

-Kathy

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Welcome to BYC!

What do you want to use it for? I think it only treats bacterial infections of the intestines. If you want to treat coccidiosis you need amprolium (Corid, Amprol, AmproMed, etc) or a sulfa drug (Sulmet, SMZ-Med 454, Albon, Di-Methox, etc).

@michellesherbin


-Kathy
Oh ok thank you. I was going to use it to treat coccidiosis. What would I use this for?
Edited by michellesherbin - 8/15/16 at 9:33am
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Welcome to BYC!

What do you want to use it for? I think it only treats bacterial infections of the intestines. If you want to treat coccidiosis you need amprolium (Corid, Amprol, AmproMed, etc) or a sulfa drug (Sulmet, SMZ-Med 454, Albon, Di-Methox, etc).

@michellesherbin


-Kathy
Oh ok thank you. I was going to use it to treat coccidiosis. What would I use this for?

It *might* be used to treat bacterial infections of the gut, but I don't think that vets prescribe it much. You should probably exchange it for amprolium or a sulfa. 

 

Pictue below from: http://avianmedicine.net/content/uploads/2013/03/17.pdf

Quote below from:

https://www.drugs.com/vet/neomycin-sulfate-325.html

Quote:
 

Soluble Powder

Neomycin Sulfate (commercial Grade)

Antibacterial

For The Treatment And Control Of Colibacillosis (bacterial Enteritis) Caused By Escherichia Coli Susceptible To Neomycin Sulfate In Cattle, Swine, Sheep And Goats.

For The Control Of Mortality Associated With Escherichia Coli Organisms Susceptible To Neomycin Sulfate In Growing Turkeys.

Each Packet Contains: 71.5 Gm Neomycin Sulfate (commercial Grade) Equivalent To 50 Gm Neomycin

For Animal Use Only

Not For Human Use

Keep Out Of Reach Of Children

Restricted Drug-use Only As Directed (california)

ANADA 200-378, Approved by FDA

For Use In Animals Only

Add To Drinking Water - Not For Use In Liquid Supplements

Store At Room Temperature

Neomycin Sulfate 325 Dosage And Administration

Administer to turkeys at a dose of 10 mg neomycin sulfate per pound of body weight per day for 5 days. Administer to cattle, swine, sheep and goats at a dose of 10 mg neomycin sulfate per pound of body weight per day in divided doses for a maximum of 14 days.

Herd/flock Treatment

Each packet will treat 7150 pounds body weight. Therefore, estimate the total number of pounds of body weight of the animals to be treated and administer one (1) packet (or portion thereof) for each 7150 pounds. The product should be added to the amount of drinking water estimated to be consumed in 12-24 hours. Provide medicated water as the sole source of water each day until consumed, followed by non-medicated water as required. Fresh medicated water should be prepared each day.

Individual Animal Treatment

To provide 10 mg neomycin sulfate per pound of body weight, mix one (1) level teaspoon in water or milk for each 160 pounds body weight. Administer daily either as a drench in divided doses or in the drinking water to be consumed in 12-24 hours.

Drinking Water

Use the number of packets indicated below in 256 gallons of water, or in two gallons of stock solution used in proportioner set to meter one ounce per gallon.

Swine

Pigs Weighing 25 to 50 Pounds

2 Packets

Pigs Weighing 50 to 100 Pounds

3 Packets

Pigs Weighing Over 100 Pounds

4 Packets

Precautions

To administer the stated dosage, the concentration of neomycin required in medicated water must be adjusted to compensate for variation in age and weight of animal, the nature and severity of disease signs, and environmental temperature and humidity, each of which affects water consumption.

If symptoms persist after using this preparation for 2 or 3 days, consult a veterinarian. If symptoms such as fever, depression, or going off feed develop, oral neomycin is not indicated as the sole treatment since systemic levels of neomycin are not obtained due to low absorption from the gastrointestinal tract.

Important

Treatment should continue 24 to 48 hours beyond remission of disease symptoms, but not to exceed a total of 14 consecutive days for cattle, swine, sheep, goats, and 5 days for turkeys. Animals not drinking or eating should be treated individually by drench.

Residue Warnings

Not for human use. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue treatment prior to slaughter by at least the number of days listed below for the appropriate species: Turkeys - 0 days; Cattle - 1 day; Sheep - 2 days; Swine and Goats - 3 days.

A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in pre-ruminating calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal. A milk discard period has not been established for this product in lactating dairy cattle. Do not use in female dairy cattle 20 months of age or older.

Use Of More Than One Product Containing Neomycin Or Failure To Follow Withdrawal Times May Result In Illegal Drug Residues.

Manufactured For: Agri Laboratories, Ltd., St. Joseph, Missouri 64503 Usa

Net Wt.

 

3.5 oz (100 grams)

Iss. 8-06 N-0325-01

Each Pail Contains: 50 Packets

Iss. 10-06 N-0325-01

Nac No.

10580722
AGRI LABORATORIES LTD.
20927 STATE ROUTE K, P.O. BOX 3103 (64503), ST. JOSEPH, MO, 64505
Telephone:   816-233-9533
Order Desk:   800-542-8916
Fax:   816-233-9546
Website:   www.agrilabs.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Neomycin Sulfate 325 information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the US product label or package insert.

-Kathy

post #8 of 8

Glenda  Heywood

GIVING CORID TO GROWN HENSOR CHICKS
to use Corid the amount is
9.5 cc= approximately 2 tsp of corrid to gallon of water.
yes this is what to do
I gave this for sulmet or corid
 
using corid 9.6 solution= 2 tsp per gallon of water
Now what to do and what to feed after medicating for coccidiosis
 
to make sure they eat the medicated wet mash do this first ans second day of treating and medication in the water 7 days
also I use the wet mash with sulmet or corid
2 tbsp of dry crumbles(chicken mash)
4 tbsp of water
1 tsp of sulmet add to the water
 
if using corid
2 tbsp of dry mash
4 tbsp of water
add 2 tsp of corid to the water
feed 2 tsp per chicken for a feeding
feed this two mornings to get the medication in the birds
also at same time put the corid or sulmet in the drinking water for 7 days
 
 
either the corid amproylium or the sulmet will work but now you have a difficient gut problem with the E.coli
and it needs to have the Vitamin E put in the wet mash probiotic to help the E.coli gut problem
do this
 
now the
natural probiotic recipe is is:
1 qt of dry crumbles
2 qts of milk, sweet, sour, or buttermilk or a mixture of all or some
1/4 cup of non flavored yoguart ( no artificial sweetmer)
mix good
 
NOW THE IMPORTANT INGRIEDIENT FOR EACH CHICK FED
and add 1- 1000 mg of Vit E by cutting the end off the vit E capsule for each chick fed this wet mash
putting it in the wet mash
this for each chick your treating
so for each chick use 2 tsp of mixture and 1-1000 mg of Vit E
twice a day for them till the manure is solid
 
and feed
chicks 2 tsp full and what they will clean up in 20-30 minutes
then clean wet feeders and restock dry crumbles
 
do this twice a day for a week
till the chicks manure is right
then quit the Vit E and selinium make just the wet mash probiotic
then once a week for life
 
All the while after mdicating the birds use
2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar per gallon of the chicken water so their gut flora wil be regulated
they should have this at least 3-5 days a week
then three days aweek after they are over coccidiosis
 
Glenda L Heywood Cassville Missouri
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