EZ-Mark® Marking Sticks
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Aimee G from Hawaii
Do you still carry hot and cold weather crayons. Are these crayons going to melt off like the crayons that you used to carry? Im looking for hot weather crayons.
Caryl B from Northern Virginia
Love these things. Okay, they're more expensive than the 99 cent markers in cardboard, but the extra expense is worth it for my operation. The marker is easy to extend and retract so it doesn't leave crayon all over everything in my supply box or pocket or on my fingers. And I don't have to rub off a portion on fences to get the end marking again in between uses. With the cardboard markers,sometimes I think I use more of the marker on the fencing than the sheep. Plus, don't have to apply as much pressure to get a good mark. If you've got a smaller operation, highly recommend this marker.
David B from Virginia
These marking crayons are excellent. I've tried the local feed store marking crayons and they don't compare. Like ALL products from premier 1 these are excellent quality! At the end of the day, I have more product on the animals than on my hands (unlike other crayons I've used). I highly recommend this product!
Matt P from TN
Perfect for knowing who is wormed and who isnt. marking makes it much easier identifying which have been worked. This works much better than chalk and comes in a convienent container.
Crystal E from Northeastern CA
I love these markers. They don't dry out like the old style Paintstick markers do and they write on long wool a lot smoother with less pressure. Marks may not last quite as long (3-4 weeks or so in dry weather) which I prefer.