Posted by Vicki McGaugh on July 03, 2000 at 21:20:34:
In Reply to: cocci treatment and prevention posted by tracy scronce on July 02, 2000 at 14:37:22:
Most vets can still purchase Corid liquid, and we will be able to purchase Corid liquid and powder soon. In the mean time you can use Dimethox powder, Sulmet powder, and Albon, you can also order Sulfaquinoxiline from pipevet.com, a great product! Also a cocci drug in the feed is great for pre and post weaning age kids, though most aren't consuming enough grain when young to keep their blood levels up, also water is usually the same, most small kids, 3 weeks, when cocci usually hits, are not consuming enough water either. Perhaps you have your cocci oxycyts are more under control that you thought! Great job! Vicki McGaugh
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