Corid Solution, which includes 9.6% amprolium, is used to treat and prevent coccidiosis in calves associated with Eimeria zuernii and Eimeria bovis. Before beginning therapy, make sure to do a thorough fecal diagnostic exam with a microscope. When treating an epidemic, this product should be administered as soon as possible following the diagnosis.
Who is Corid Solution 9.6% Gallon for?
Beef and dairy cattle.
Why use Corid Solution 9.6% Gallon?
Eimeria zuernii and Eimeria bovis cause coccidiosis, which is treated and prevented using Corid Solution. The product is simple to use and may be given as a drench or in drinking water. It has been well evaluated for safety, is widely accepted, and is pleasant.
How does Corid Solution 9.6% Gallon work?
Corid works in the same way that thiamin (vitamin B1) does for coccidia reproduction and growth. Malnutrition, hunger, and thiamin deficiency result when coccidia consume this product.
How is Corid Solution 9.6% Gallon sold?
What are the side effects of Corid Solution 9.6% Gallon?
There are no currently known side effects from this product.
What special precautions are there?
Off-label use should only take place when monitored and advised by a veterinarian.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Corid Solution 9.6% Gallon?
Store at or under 25° Celsius (77° Fahrenheit); short excursions at 40° Celsius (104° Fahrenheit) are allowed.
Corid is known as the most potent therapy for bovine coccidiosis currently available. If one cow in your herd, group, or pen develops clinical indications of the disease, the entire herd is likely to be affected. As a result, you should use Corid to treat the whole herd.
Every mL Of CORID supplies 96 mg of amprolium. Give 5 mg per 2.2 lbs of body weight per day for 21-day prevention purposes. Give 10 mg per 2.2 lbs of body weight per day for 5-day treatment purposes.