Corid powder

fischnchix

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After the 5-6 day cycle most of the droppings are back to normal. A few are mostly solid but still are light red. Chicks are about 10wks old and have never seemed sickly at all but read that i should treat them just in case. Should I continue? Thanks!
 

dawg53

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After the 5-6 day cycle most of the droppings are back to normal. A few are mostly solid but still are light red. Chicks are about 10wks old and have never seemed sickly at all but read that i should treat them just in case. Should I continue? Thanks!

Give them sulfadimethoxine. Dosage is one level teaspoon per gallon of water for 4 days straight. Make it fresh daily and it must be their sole source of drinking water.
 

TheRambler

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It may have been too severe for corid to do the job completely. A followup treatment of one of these should do the trick. sulfamethazine sodium/ Sulmet is also another option and sometimes easier to find.
 

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