Catheter Tip Syringes
- 8.25" long
- 1.75" diameter
- Catheter tip
- 5cc increments
- Marked in ounces up to 5 oz
- 7.25" long
- 1.25" diameter
- Catheter tip
- Marked in ounces up to 2 oz
- Marked in numbered "ml" from 5-60
- Marked with line "ml" from 1-60
- If using as a tuber, you will need a stomach tube. See instructions above.
- Anyone who has used a 140cc syringe will never use a 60cc again by choice. It is so much easier to milk into the large syringe.
Shepherd’s Choice® Management TipProducers should NOT tube lambs that cannot hold their heads upright. In most cases these are hypothermic lambs. They need glucose (IP) and warming first. Once the animal has been revived and can hold its head up, then you can use the various stomach tube devices to deliver nourishment.
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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Lydia S from Delaware
Good quality, as usual. I use them for tubing lambs.
Susan B from New York
140cc is so much better than the 60cc. You can milk out a ewe straight into the syringe, just hold your finger over the nozzle or plug it. Saves having to refill the syringe and spilling it over the lamb and yourself.
Marshelle S from Ohio
Syringes have good slide and blade has good edge.
Francisco G from California
For our little lamb.
Scott C from Idaho
Item works good for tubing lambs.