Deluxe Marking Harness
Our Deluxe Marking Harness is a world-class breeding harness because:
- Wider (2"), blue nylon straps—distribute pressure more evenly over the ram's body. Also easier to find and adjust the straps when they're in deep wool.
- Unique padded (0.2" thick) white straps behind the front legs to prevent skin abrasion.
- Much larger snap buckles and metal loops—harness's connection and stress points are reinforced. Even gloved hands can manipulate the large snap buckles.
- Crayon holder is also padded.
- Uses Marking Crayons sold separately.
- Colors may vary
- Marking Crayon holder padding: 0.3"
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Breeding SuppliesItem #505100 -
Marking aids allow for quick identification. Quickly identify which ewes/does have been bred.$4.70
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Craig T from New Hampshire
Works fine but very hard to adjust the buckles on or off the ram.
Derrick P from Kentucky
Impossible to get harness to stay on ram, the harness is constantly sliding up the rams neck.
Timothy T from Washington
The quality is great. The idea is simple. But my 340lb ram is too big! I need to go down to the sporting goods store and get some webbing and nylon strap clips to make an 16” extension to fit my big boy!
For most standard size rams this is a great harness. My breed happens to exceed most universally sized products. I would recommend the manufacturer adding expansion straps to their product line. I have the same issues with the teaser ram blocker harnesses and the prolapse straps on my girls! Extensions that just clip on should be a standard option with all of these.
Terrific quality, well worth the extra work to fit them on.
Elizabeth H from Indiana
Works really well. We have two and have no problem with them.
Dan T from Pennsylvania
These are definitely a higher-end product, and we were/are thinking that we should upgrade all of our harnesses to these.
However, of the 2 that we tried out this year, one of them ended up with a broken buckle after the first week. Extra buckles should be provided or at least sold as an accessory. Fortunately we saw the brokenness before we grabbed the strap. Last year I caught a ewe by the prolapse harness with a broken plastic buckle and it almost took off my finger. Broken buckles can be dangerous on an unconstrained animal.