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Corid 2.5% Pellets

Corid 2.5% Pellets

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Corid Crumbles 2.5% [50 lb.]

For satisfactory diagnosis, a microscopic examination of the feces should be done before treatment. When treating outbreaks, drug should be administered promptly after diagnosis is determined. To be used as an aid in the treatment and prevention of bovine coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis and Eimeria zuernii in calves. Multiple forms of the product make it easy to implement into any operation. It is approved for use in natural beef programs. Use Merials’s Corid Calculator to determine what you need for your herd. Contains 2.5% Amprolium for use as an aid in the prevention and treatment of coccidiosis in cattle. Can be mixed in the ration or top dressed. 21-day Prevention: feed 0.1 lb. for each 250 lb. of body weight. It should be fed daily for 21 days during period of exposure or when experience indicates that coccidiosis is likely to be a hazard. 5-day Treatment: Feed 0.2 lb. per 250 lb. body weight daily for 5 days. Use on a herd basis.

Corid 2.5% pellets and crumbles: To be fed as a part of a mixed ration or top dressed onto feed. Feed as the sole source of amprolium. Mix or top dress proper amount with the ration that will be consumed in one day.

5 day treatment protocol:
Mix or top dress with proper amount of feed 0.08 lbs of crumbles/pellets per 100 lbs of body weight to be treated. Continue treatment for 5 days.

21 day prevention protocol:
Mix or top dress with proper amount of feed, 0.04 lbs of crumbles/pellets per 100 lbs of body weight to be treated. Continue daily use for 21 days.

Corid Crumbles 2.5% [50 lb.] Highlights:

  • SKU: 15832
  • Manufacturer: Mwi Veterinary
  • Do not use in veal calves
  • Withdraw treatment 24 hours before slaughter
  • Can be used as both prevention and treatment for coccidiosis
  • Corid is available in several forms to make using in any livestock operation simpler
  • By preventing infections there is less damage to the calves’ intestines improving digestive and overall health
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