Long story short I've been fighting cocci in one of my kids and can't seem to beat it with the corid. Fecals show cocci problems in only 2 out of my 13 kids. One of which has obvious symptoms of unthriftyness. But I just feel like I want to treat everyone with a sulfa. So since I can't get the di-methox 40% that I'm used to using I'm looking at my other options. I know this has been talked about a LOT lately on the forum. Thank you kaye for you post about the powder stuff and I was all ready to order a few envelopes of it..dreading all that drenching by the way. When I noticed all the boluses. Is there any reason not to use the boluses if I can get the math figured out? I just would feel so much better about getting there doses down properly instead of spat out all over with the liquid. Most of my kids are 60lbs now and here is my math..if anyone is brave enough to check it I would be SO grateful!! I used an online calculator for my conversions so I guess I could be way off..and I do not have a brain for math so I'm not sure if I figured it in a logical manner. 75mg/kg sulfamethizone (sp?) 75mg=.08gm 1kg=2.2lbs So a 60 lbs goat would need 2.18 grams..right? So the Sulmet Oblets are 5 grms each and if I cut them in half that would probably be about perfect. Is this a dumb idea? Should I just order the di-methox powder? This just seems simpler to me, but is there a catch?