Nylon Breeding Harness
- Soft, durable, adjustable nylon straps are long enough for the largest ram
- Strong plastic snap buckles
- Marking Crayon holder: 4"L x 2-1/4"W (at front end) and 2-1/2"W (at back end) x 1/2" deep
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How to Use
Improper fit may lead to chaffing.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Marking aids allow for quick identification. Quickly identify which ewes/does have been bred.$4.70
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Ashley V from North Dakota
Not user friendly and if your animals are huge they don’t fit properly or adjust decent and then there is too much slack.
Keith H from Texas
We purchased this harness to monitor the activity of a new ram with about nine adult ewes. Applied for one day, then removed it when the ram showed signs of limping. We will be applying it again now that his condition has improved.
Michael C from Georgia
If I could give 0 stars I would. Worked great for about week, then came out and the nylon had shredded and buckles had snapped. We don’t have an aggressive buck or herd, so the quality of the product is just sub par.
Susan E from California
This harness fits, and works well with my Icelandic ram-lamb teaser, he’s 125 lbs. There is a large length of strap left over for him to grow into. It was easy to put the harness on the lamb while he was standing, no need to set him on his rump. The harness looks complicated but it’s easy to put on if you follow the written instructions. Clip the girth strap first, then clip the shoulder straps and shorten them evenly. The teaser has been wearing the harness with a green crayon for a week and he is marking every ewe that he mounts.
Susan K from New York
This harness fit out smaller ram much better than the leather harness we had tried. The leather harness would be much better on an older and bigger ram or buck. Our guy is only a yearling and walks much better with this smaller harness. The leather one was rubbing on his front legs and he couldn’t walk correctly. Haven’t seen any marks on the ewes yet, but only had it on him a week.