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An aid in the prevention and treatment of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis and E. zurnii in calves.
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For satisfactory diagnosis, a microscopic examination of the feces should be done by a veterinarian or diagnostic laboratory before treatment. When treating outbreaks, drug should be administered promptly after diagnosis is determined.Do not use in feeds containing bentonite.Use as the sole source of amprolium.Restricted Drug – Use only as directed (California).
- CORID 25% should be thoroughly and evenly mixed in the feed. CORID 25% may be used to manufacture a Type B medicated feed with a concentration of 2.5% amprolium or a Type C medicated feed in the concentration range of 0.0125% to 1.25% amprolium.Use 200 pounds of CORID 25% per ton of feed to produce Type B medicated feed containing 2.5% amprolium.Use 1 pound of CORID 25% per ton of feed to produce Type C medicated feed containing 0.0125% amprolium.To aid in even distribution of CORID 25% in the finished feed, prepare a mixture of CORID 25% in a portion of complete feed ingredient before mixing into the finished ration. Blend the mixture with the remainder of the finished feed and mix thoroughly.Use 100 pounds of CORID 25% per ton of feed to produce Type C medicated feed containing 1.25% amprolium.Use 10 pounds of 2.5% Type B per ton of feed to produce Type C medicated feed containing 0.0125% amprolium.Use 1000 pounds of 2.5% Type B per ton of feed to produce Type C medicated feed containing 1.25% amprolium.
227 mg amprolium/100 lb (5 mg/kg) body weight per day for 21 days during periods of exposure of when experience indicates that coccidiosis is likely to be a hazard.
454 mg amprolium/100 lb (10 mg/kg) body weight per day for 5 days. Use on a herd basis only; when one or more calves show signs of coccidiosis, it is likely that the rest of the group has been exposed and all calves in the group should be treated.The proper amount of amprolium supplement is mixed with the amount of ration usually consumed in one day. The tables below give suggested examples for using Type C medicated feed.21 DAY PREVENTIVE PROGRAMDMI (as % Body Weight)432Body Weight(lb)Amprolium per Day (mg)0.0125%Amprolium0.0167%Amprolium0.025%AmproliumAmount of Feed per Day in Pounds100227432200454864300681129640090816128500113420151060013612418125 DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMDMI (as % Body Weight)432Body Weight(lb)Amprolium per Day (mg)0.025%Amprolium0.033%Amprolium0.05%AmproliumAmount of Feed per Day in Pounds1004544322009088643001362129640018161612850022682015106002722241812