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Corid® (Amprolium 9.6%) Solution - To prevent and treat coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis and E. zurnii in calves. The strongest option for preventing coccidiosis in cattle. Now approved by the USDA for use in natural beef programs, including the USDA Process Verified Never Ever 3 program. Read More
Corid® (Amprolium 9.6%) SolutionTo prevent and treat coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis and E. zurnii in calves.
Administer in drinking water or as a drench.
The strongest option for preventing coccidiosis.
CORID should be used on a group, pen or herd basis. When one or more calves show clinical signs of coccidiosis, it's likely the rest of the group has been exposed to coccidia and all calves in the group, pen or herd should receive CORID®.
- Unique flexibility. CORID® is the only product specifically labeled to both prevent and treat bovine coccidiosis (bloody scours) caused by Eimeria bovis and E. zurnii in calves.
- Administration flexibility, too. CORID can be administered in drinking water, or as a drench, to prevent or treat bovine coccidiosis.
- Palatable. CORID® is palatable and readily accepted by cattle.
- Safety. CORID® has been tested at many times the recommended dose levels and has a wide safety margin.
Now approved by the USDA for use in natural beef programs, including the USDA Process Verified Never Ever 3 program.Not Labeled for Goats!
In drinking water:
Treatment - add 16 oz per 100 gal of water;
Prevention - add 8 oz per 100 gal of water.
As a drench:
Treatment - add 3 oz to 1 pt of water, give with a dose syringe at the rate of 1 oz per 100 lb of body weight;
Prevention - add 1.5 oz to 1 pt of water, give with a dose syringe, 1 oz per 100 lb body weight.
Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should only be done under supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.
- Ingredient: Amprolium
- Form: Drinking Water,Drench
- Size: 16 oz,Gallon
- Brand: Merial
"Couldn't live w/o it"
Lost a lot of baby goats to cocci before I found this product and included it in my kid-management. Thank you Jeffers for making it easy!