Corid Oral Drench Instructions

By casportpony · Sep 25, 2018 · Updated Jan 4, 2019 · ·
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    When treating a bird for coccidiosis one can give an oral drench in addition to their medicated water. Here are the instructions:

    Corid 9.6% liquid - Do not dilute
    • Give 0.1 ml per pound of body weight orally once or twice a day for 1-3 days.
    or
    • 0.02 ml per 100 grams of body weight orally once or twice a day for 1-3 days.

    Corid 20% powder - Mix 1/2 teaspoon powder with 2 teaspoons water.
    • Give 0.34 ml per pound of body weight orally once or twice a day for 1-3 days.
    or
    • 0.07 ml per 100 grams of body weight orally once or twice a day for 1-3 days.

    The directions above are the same when using any 9.6% liquid or 20% powder. Such products include Amprol, AmproMed, Amprolium 200, Amprid, CocciAid, etc.

    Click here to learn how to give medications orally:
    Safely Administering Oral Medications to All Poultry and Waterfowl

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    "Perfect!"
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  2. Shadrach
    "Excellent."
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jan 5, 2019
    Really don't need much more than this.
    I hope you make similar 'short but sweet' articles giving dosage for other medication.
    A list of such articles would be really helpful to have on hand. So many questions on the forums regarding dosage.
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    Easy to follow directions!
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