We have always used albon (and it's generic form) for cocci prevention and treatment. We have not used co-rid, but we have a doe kid who has been treated faithfully with albon (every 3 weeks) and is still showing cocci in her fecal tests when none our other goats are. If anyone has had experience with both corid and albon, did you notice any one working better than the other? What's the difference beside the active ingredient, price and name? Is one suppose to be more effective than the other? I have ordered some corid to use on her. I read you are suppose to follow up with vitamin B injections due to thiamine deficiency caused from corid? True or not? Why does corid say 5 days and albon is 6? We live in Texas close to Houston, which is a more disease prone area. Thanks for your help and answers.