Instructions indicate that a 52 gram packet of powder should be mixed with 1 gallon (128 fluid oz.) of water
For the concentrated sheep dose the dosage is 2 cc/50 lbs and 3 g/fl oz. The dosage for the standard solution would be .5 oz/50 lbs and .41 g/fl oz. There are two different sheep dosages on the label which makes it kind of confusing.
Just had the same dilemma and called the company, 'agrilabs'. I told them that I needed a smaller dosage measure as I do not have a scale and the package was already opened and used. First they had to qualify their response by saying they do not recommend mixing in any measure other than 1 package per gallon. But then they said if I did want to try it "at my own risk" I should use 1/4 teaspoon per 1/2 cup of water...and 2 ounces for 200lbs (or 1 oz for 100lbs ) (29.5 cc’s equals 1 fl oz).
So 1/2 teaspoon of Prohibit powder mix per 1 cup water. Dose at 29.5cc’s per 100lbs OR 14.75cc’s per 50lbs OR 7.37cc’s per 25lbs.
30cc’s per 100lbs
22cc’s for 75lbs
15cc’s per 50lbs
7.5 cc’s per 25lbs