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Castration Ring Applicator

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SKU
18189
£6.00 £5.00
  • Designed for rubber ring application
  • Comfortable grip
  • Lightweight
  • Suitable for use on sheep, cattle or goats
  • Reccommended for use within 7 days of birth
  • After the first week of life it is not permitted to apply rubber rings for castration or tailing of lambs
  • Castration of calves must be carried out within the first week of life
  • The use of rubber rings for tailing and castration can carry the risk of infection

 

These Castration Pliers are specifically designed to apply the castration rings to lambs, calves or goats in the correct manor and within 7 days of birth. The rubber ring pliers come pre-packed with 100 castration rings included. Care must be taken to ensure that the ring sits above both testes. After the first week of life it is not permitted to apply rubber rings for castration or tailing of lambs. Castration of calves must be carried out within the first week of life. The use of rubber rings for tailing and castration can carry the risk of infection.

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