Cross Your Heart Breeding Harness
- Made from durable leather riveted to nylon straps and snap buckles.
- Leather portion: 15" long x 7" wide at widest point.
- Marking Crayon holder: 4" long x 2 1/4" wide at front end & 2 1/2 wide at back end x 1/2" deep.
- Adjustable nylon straps.
How to Use
Improper fit may lead to chaffing.
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John M from Illinois
Marker is too large for a 90 lb Katahdin lamb ram. Will not fit snug around the neck. We purchased the item based on description which indicated the harness fit small lamb rams.
Brenda G from Pennsylvania
This harness does not fit very snug. I am using it on my Katahdin Ram and the harness is too big. I have to adjust it every day which is a pain since I have to round my flock up everyday to do this. I'm giving it 3 stars because it is marking my ewes as they are getting bred.
Gwendolyn C M from South Carolina
Easy on. Fits well. Tuck the ends in and tie. Has worked very well to date on a Blackbelly ram.
Peter P from NH
I have had 2 of these so far.
The first one had the lower straps rip thru the leather early in the 3rd season. The second unit made it thru one breeding season but the swaged over side rivets let go within the first couple days when used a second time. I did purchase some small solid rivets and stainless washers and got it back together. I did end up with several ewes not marked but I knew they were bred when I changed colors and they remained unmarked. I'd suggest Premier look into stiching in a second layer of leather at the stress points and using solid rivets instead of the hollow cores since .
I have to recommend the use though mine failed eventually, a very useful tool if marking your ewes is important.
Alaina M from Ohio
I used this on my Boer buck for a 2 month period. He never broke or damaged it and it fit pretty decent. He was around 18 months at time of use and used it on a dry lot as well as pasture during the day. I tucked the ends up and tied them closer to the body to help prevent them getting caught. It does take a minute or two to "visualize" it on the animal to help put it on...but I was able to put it on him and take it off both times unassisted and without him tied up or anything. I had no issues with my crayon except I should have probably changed it out at some point but one crayon lasted during the entire 2 months for 25 does.