Flockmaster Marking Paste
- Leaves long lasting and easily readable identification
- Can be applied to either wet or dry fleece
- Will not separate or deteriorate while in storage
- Reapply every 2-3 days
- 2.5 liter/2.6 quarts
- Applies to either wet or dry fleece
- Do not freeze
- Contains: Hydrocarbons C9-C12, n-alkanes, cyclics, aromatics (2-25%).
How to apply
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We like using this marking paste better than even the harness and crayon set up - no worries about harness rubbing or irritation on the rams/bucks, no need to worry about straps becoming loose, and the marks even stay longer than that of the crayons (from our experience). Crayons seemed to wear off/fade within 2-3 weeks after exposure to males. For best results we recommend reapplying Flockmaster once every 4-5 days (depending on how many animals are being bred). We apply a heavy first layer, and that usually lasts just the right amount of time.
The consistency of the product is very smooth and easy to apply. Customers should definitely be mindful when applying that it will stain clothing and the smell of it will remain in clothes for some time.
One thing that I have noticed is the orange and red color are very similar and can be difficult to distinguish. Orange turned out to be more of a burnt color, resembling red. While the blue and green also appear to be similar, the green has more of a teal tint to it, making it stand out from the blue.
—Becca, Premier Shepherd
Bobbie C from Oklahoma
Gets soupy if it gets a tad warm in the bucket.
Edward M from Alabama
Works as it says.
Chrishanthi S from New York
Over the past 20 years I’ve used raddle powders mixed with mineral or vegetable oil, and I have used harnesses with crayons of various sorts on my rams. This year I tried a tub of your Flockmaster premixed raddle marker. This is great stuff!
The consistency at room temperature is between paint and putty. I took the tub outside at 40deg F, put on some disposable gloves and used one hand to slather it on the ram’s brisket from belly to base of neck. I thought I used too much, just to be sure, and expected some to fall off the ram, but it stayed put. Think of hair-setting gel or a soft putty.
I did get some on myself above the wrist-line of my glove — figured I would have a green wrist for a while.
Platinum Dawn (the 4X strength of Dawn dishwashing soap) used straight on a piece of paper towel, easily removed the raddle-paint from my wrist and silicone bracelet. I used three pieces of paper towel so as not to just spread it around. Afterwards, the slight residue on my skin washed right off. (I still prefer obstetrics gloves for applying raddle paint to rams.)
I am very pleased with the application of this product. It is quick, easy, and appears to get the job done with minimal fuss. I think the sheep might agree.
Frank V from Walker, Iowa (sheep capital of Grant Township)
Great stuff! No mixing! I no longer have to hear my wife laughing when I attempt to put on marking harnesses. My rams are not tame or halter broke. She said she could do the marking paste next time. Very fast service and packaged well. Life is good on the “little Bohemia” sheep farm. Thanks to the folks at Premier!
William H from Kentucky
I am pleased that the marking paste stays on the ram quite a while. Much better than the crayons. Also the paste is easier to apply than dealing with the harness.