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Super Blue Ram Harness

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80532
£28.80 £24.00
  • Good quality ram harness in blue.
  • 1.72" wide nylon straps.

 

Marking harness tips for a better breeding season:

  • Put the marking harness on 2-3 days before the ram goes out with the ewes. This allows time for the rams to adapt to wearing the harness and allows for the harness to be adjusted for a proper fit.
  • Rams can lose weight during the breeding season. The combination of exercise and lack of food consumption reduces the ram’s girth, causing the straps to loosen.
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