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Ritchey Sprayline Marker 400ml

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  • Long term spray marker.
  • Can be used on cows, goats, sheep and pigs.
  • Available in yellow, red, purple, orange, blue, black and green.
  • 360-degree spray.
  • Can be used on wet or dry fleeces.
  • Block free nozzle.
  • Perfect for clearly marking which lamb(s) belong to which ewe.
  • Approved for use by the British Wool Marketing Board (BWMB).

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Designed not to come off in any weather, the Ritchey Super Sprayline Stock Marker is a versatile aerosol marker with a long life-span and a number of practical applications. Available in seven colours, these Ritchey stock markers have been approved for use by the British Wool Marketing Board for use on sheep and lambs, and it can also be relied upon as a dairy cow flank and udder marker.

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