Corid dosage is 2 tsp of the liquid, or 1.5 tsp of the powder per gallon of water for 5-7 days. How many chicks do you have? How are they acting? Nutri-Drench is more econmical to give orally to each chicken, 1 ml per chick per day. Some people don't like to give vitamins at the same time as Corid, a thiamine inhibitor, but since they eat food, I don't agree with that. I wouldn't mix anything in the Corid water.
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Hi have 5 hens/pullets I just acquired a week ago. They have been in quarantine and yesterday I had a stool sample checked since I'd noticed a bit of diarrhea/bloody stool. It was positive for coccidia so I picked up corid powder at TSC and mixed 1 1/2 tsp in a gallon of water as I read above. Do I need to do a second dose in 2 weeks after the initial dose has been completed? Also is there a withdrawal time for the eggs? Thank you so much for your help! This is my first time dealing with this! I'm also planning on sanitizing everything in the cages the chickens are staying in at the moment!
After 5 days reduce dose to 1/3 teaspoon for for 1-2 weeks.