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Corid Soluble Powder (Amprolium) 20% aids in treating and preventing bovine coccidiosis associated with Eimeria zuernii and Eimeria bovis in calves. This powder is water-soluble and may be administered in the form of a drench or in the animal's drinking water.

For use in dairy and beef cattle

Features of Corid Powder:

  • Readily-accepted and palatable
  • May be administered as a drench or in the drinking water
  • Treats and prevents bovine coccidiosis associated with Eimeria zuernii and Eimeria bovis

Corid mimics the activity of Vitamin B1 (thiamin) on the body, which coccidia requires to grow and reproduce. Upon ingesting Corid, coccidia become thiamin-deficient, then starve as a result of malnutrition. Corid stops the activity of coccidia at critical stages in the small intestine of the host animal, preventing more harmful coccidiosis of the animal's large intestine. By working at the asexual, young stages of the life cycle of coccidia, Corid offers first-generation schizont exposure, allowing the host animal to form a natural coccidia immunity. This process makes Corid an effective preventative treatment.

Corid 20% Soluble Powder 10oz

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Corid Soluble Powder (Amprolium) 20% aids in treating and preventing bovine coccidiosis associated with Eimeria zuernii and Eimeria bovis in calves. This powder is water-soluble and may be administered in the form of a drench or in the animal's drinking water.

For use in dairy and beef cattle

Features of Corid Powder:

  • Readily-accepted and palatable
  • May be administered as a drench or in the drinking water
  • Treats and prevents bovine coccidiosis associated with Eimeria zuernii and Eimeria bovis

Corid mimics the activity of Vitamin B1 (thiamin) on the body, which coccidia requires to grow and reproduce. Upon ingesting Corid, coccidia become thiamin-deficient, then starve as a result of malnutrition. Corid stops the activity of coccidia at critical stages in the small intestine of the host animal, preventing more harmful coccidiosis of the animal's large intestine. By working at the asexual, young stages of the life cycle of coccidia, Corid offers first-generation schizont exposure, allowing the host animal to form a natural coccidia immunity. This process makes Corid an effective preventative treatment.