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Nearly all beef and dairy cattle calves are exposed to
- but many don't show full-blown clinical coccidiosis (bloody scours). Either way, it's good to know that CORID
(amprolium) can prevent costly coccidial infection in exposed cattle and treat clinical outbreaks when they do occur.
CORID is easy to use as a drench or mixed in the drinking water, and its liquid formulation ensures the active ingredient will reach the intestine, even in animals with reduced feed intake and low GI motility. By stopping coccidia in the small intestine, CORID prevents more damaging coccidiosis in the large intestine (view the interactive "
" for more details).
CORID is available in three convenient formulations.
to link to CORID products page for more information.
What's new with CORID
CORID 20% Powder is back
CORID now approved for use in Natural Beef and Never Ever 3 Programs
CORID In-feed formulations are a convienient option for beef and dairy producers
CORID is available in three convenient formulations. Click on the
for dosage rates.
Data on file at Merial.
CORID (amprolium): Withdraw 24 hours before slaughter. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.
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