Corid 9.6% Liquid Dose measuring for chickens I was not satisfied with the conversation between US measures and metric measures...it was difficult to get a clearcut US measure amount in my opinion. For this method use a clean 2 liter soda bottle (it will fill it more than halfway) Use the mL measures you'll find on most liquid measuring cups. (My Pyrex 2 cup measuring cup has metric on the opposite side from the U.S. measurements.) Use a dosing syringe that measures in mL units down to 1mL. (These are available at the drug store or pharmacy section of the grocery store.) See Merck Veterinary Manual Table 3 for use in water: Source link: http://www.merckmanuals.com/vet/pou...in_poultry.html?qt=Coccidiosis poultry&alt=sh Treatment calls for 0.012 % to 0.024% solution for 3 to 5 days Then 0.006% solution for 1 to 2 weeks Corid manufacturer states (near the bottom of page 2) that there are 96mg (weight) of amprolium per 1mL (volume) of liquid in the solution. Source link: http://www.corid.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/me_solution-60170.pdf Thus, using the "by weight per volume" solution concentration calculator found here http://www.physiologyweb.com/calculators/percent_solutions_calculator.html To get a .012% concentration 96mg (1mL of the liquid) added to 799mL of water equals 800mL That is not much, so multiply by 2 **2mL Corid liquid in 1598mL of water makes 1600 mL of 0.012% mg/mL solution** To get a .024% concentration 96mg (1mL of the liquid) added to 399mL of water equals 400mL That is not much, so multiply by 4 **4mL Corid liquid in 1596mL of water makes 1600 mL of 0.024% mg/mL solution** To get a .006% concentration 96mg (1mL of the liquid) added to 1599mL of water equals 1600mL **1mL Corid liquid in 1599mL of water makes 1600mL of 0.006% mg/mL solution** All of these formulations provide 1600 mL which equals 1.6 liters, so you can mix in a clean 2 liter soda bottle.