Did you know you should NOT use Thiamine or B complex while treating coccidia with Corid? While Corid would be my last go to treatment, its important that we know how to use it correctly and safely if we do use it. Coccidia needs thiamine to thrive, "Structurally, CORID mimics thiamin (Vitamin B1) which is required by coccidia for normal growth and reproduction. When coccidia ingest CORID, they experience thiamin deficiency and starve from malnutrition" Giving thiamine or B complex while doing corid treatment will actually work against Corids' effectiveness. Instead, have it ready and keep a close eye on the goat for signs of polio. If seen, stop Corid and start the thiamine. Signs of Polio are: stargazing, walking excitability, circling, diarrhea, muscle tremors, and blindness... We find Corid most effectiveness when diluted and dosed as followed: Mix 6 tablespoons of prepared corid to 16 oz water.... you can make a smaller batch by cutting it in half....then dose it at ... 30cc per 100lbs 15cc per 50lbs 7.5 per 25 lbs DO NOT ADD TO DRINKING WATER...its better to dose to each animals to be sure they get what they need. While we so have IMO better choices, Toltrazuril, DiMethox, Albon, SulfaDrug or Sulmet...Corid maybe the only treatment some can get their hands on. Using it correctly is important..