Manual Drenching Syringes
Adjustable drenching gun used to dispense medication and oral treatments to livestock. Can also be used to rehydrate animals that will not drink.
60 mL capacity
- Length: 13"
- Drench nozzle: 4-3/4"
- Plastic body with brass nozzle
- Adjusts by 10 mL increments
200 mL capacity
- Length: 17.5"
- Drench nozzle: 8"
- Plastic body with metal nozzle
- Adjusts by 10 mL increments
How to Use
- Twist cylinder cap to desired dosage.
- To fill, compress handles and insert the nozzle into container and release the handle.
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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Kimberly D from Ohio
Returning this product. Nozzle leaks, stiff handle is too big for a ladies hands. Can’t get all of the drench liquid out of the barrel due to the flat construction.
Phillip G from South Carolina
This will be my third purchase of the 60 ML drencher. I really like these drenchers. They are durable, and make medicating sure much easier than trying use a basic syringe. The brass nozzle is also great because it won’t get chewed to bits. I have a friend who doesn’t want to spare the expense of buying these and I must say I find that crazy because these do a great job with less mess.
If you have to medicate more than 10-20 sheep at a time I’d probably go from an auto drencher though since this would probably be cumbersome and might incur more fluid waste.
Be aware, however, you need to lubricate the O-ring inside the reservoir. I failed to do this on my first unit and it made squeezing the handles extremely difficult. I think vegetable oil would probably work fine. I just wish that would have been stated in the product listing or with a sticker on the drencher when it’s first purchased.
Hollywood F from Maryland
Bought the orange and blue drenching syringes some time back. Have never been able to get them to work properly. They do not hold a vacuum once full and leak, wasting expensive drenching liquids. I changed the black rubber sealer rings. Put a dab of vegetable oil on the orange rings inside the cylinders. Added sealant tape to the wand. Nothing doing.
Janice W from West Virginia
Absolutely wonderful product! It holds twice as much as the other manual drenchers and can be filled using one hand. It also seems to be made of durable materials.