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Animax Tracesure Gun (Sheep & Lamb)

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A balling gun speciffically designed to comfortably administer boluses to cattle and sheep.

  • Strong, tough and durable design
  • Ideal for application of boluses
  • Suitable for use with sheep and lambs

This strong and durable application gun is ideal for the administration of boluses to your cattle. The gun has been designed to reduce discomfort and damage to the cattle on application and it is the ideal method of providing sheep and lambs with boluses.

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