Quote:The amounts that Eggcessive and Dawg said *are* correct. FYI, the directions on the bottle are for cattle and poultry get twice that.
Here are the FDA recommendations directions for Corid and Amprol for poultry: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/animaldrugsatfda/details.cfm?dn=013-149 "Chickens
Indications: For the treatment of coccidiosis.
Amount: Administer at the 0.012 percent level in drinking water as soon as coccidiosis is diagnosed and continue for 3 to 5 days (in severe outbreaks, give amprolium at the 0.024 percent level); continue with 0.006 percent amprolium-medicated water for an additional 1 to 2 weeks."
Here are the instructions for making it: Source: http://www.asp-inc.com/products/documents/prodinfo/a/amp96.pdf "To prepare 50 gallons of medicated water:
Dosage Level Mixing Directions
0.024% Add one pint (16 fluid ounces) of 9.6% Solution AMPROL to about five gallons of water in a 50-gallon medication barrel. Stir, then add water to the 50 gallon mark. Stir thoroughly."
Now for the math lesson...
To make it easy you should calculate the number of ml in 16 ounces which is 473.176ml.
Then you divide 473.176ml by 50 gallons which equals 9.46352ml per gallon
Then round up to 9.5ml and two teaspoons is close, so either can be used.