Marksman Sheep Marking Paste
Our shepherd’s preferred marking compound for the breeding season. This premixed sheep and goat raddle leaves long lasting and unmistakable marks on ewes.
Applies easily to the ram or buck's brisket without the hassle of premixing. Makes touching up on the go a quick task.
- Leaves long lasting and easily readable identification
- Applies to either wet or dry fleece
- 2.5 liter/2.6 quarts
- Contains: Hydrocarbons C9-C12, n-alkanes, cyclics, aromatics (2-25%)
- Made in the United Kingdom
How to apply
Reapply every 2-3 days.
May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Causes damage to organs (CNS) through prolonged or repeated contact. Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Do not breathe fumes. Wash contaminated skin thoroughly after handling. Avoid release to the environment. Please read all warnings and cautions on label.
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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
Bonnie F from Wisconsin
I really like this marking paste. It is easy to apply and lasts 2 days on sheep, only a day on goats.