CIDR Inserts for sheep
How to Use
- Administer one EAZI-BREED CIDR Sheep Insert per ewe for 5 days.
- After insert removal, use standard flock breeding procedures to breed ewes at induced estrus.
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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Franklin B from Tennessee
This will be the second year we tried this product. It worked good the first time so we are doing more this year to get early lambs on black face sheep.
Danielle M from Washington
I inserted the CIDRs into 16 ewes.
One was a ewe lamb from this year, and another was a maiden ewe that would be 2 years old. Another ewe was a Tunis, another was a B.F.L./Gotland/Shetland cross, another a Suffolk cross, and another an Icelandic. Two others are supposed to be Assaf ewes. All but the lamb, maiden, and Assaf ewes have lambed out previously. The rest of the flock are East Friesland dairy sheep.
The Assaff, Suffolk cross, and the experienced dairy ewes all were bred with in 2 days of removing the CIDRs. The Lamb, Maiden, Tunis, Icelandic, and one East Friesland (she had lambed out last year) are still not bred. The B.F.L. cross was bred about a week after insert removal.
All in all, I am happy with the cluster breeding I have. These last 6 sheep were also the ones to breed late last year. So I am wondering if I should use the hormone injection with them too.
Last year, my lambing of these ewes was spread over 5 months.
Wade D from Iowa
Love this product. I work in town and all my ewes were breed and lambed right when they were suppose to and shortened up my lambing season.