Nylon Breeding Harness
- Soft, durable, adjustable nylon straps are long enough for the largest ram.
- Strong plastic snap buckles.
- Marking Crayon holder: 4" long x 2 1/4" wide at front end & 2 1/2 wide at back end x 1/2" deep.
How to Use
Improper fit may lead to chaffing.
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Great item for smaller rams.I purchased these harnesses for my two young rams.They were a bit small yet for the newer blue harness, which by the way is also a great product.
Matt P from Matt from TN
Works as it should. Easy to know who is bred and who isn't. Still good to leave ram in for two cycles. Watch your crayon, because it will absorb a lot of debris
Raymond N from Wyoming
We are using this harness this fall on our Katahdin Hair Sheep Rams. It is doing a great job,strong, does a good job on marking the ewes. We are very pleased with both the harness and the marking blocks.
Dennis R from Wisconsin
This is a great and economical harness to mark ewes with, as I have it on a medium size suffolk ram. The only small downfall is unless you have a helper to hold the animal it can be somewhat hard to put on the first time, unless your ram is very tame!! but it only takes a few minutes to put on and away he goes ready for action!!
I am very happy with this harness. I bought it for my 2.5 year old Nigerian Dwarf goat buck. I was not sure if it would be too large for him, but on the tightest setting it fits perfectly. I did have to cut some excess strap off becasue my dwarf buck is so much shorter than the rams this is intended for. I should have singed where I cut the straps to prevent it from unrevalling. It's so nice to go to the barn in the morning and see which does have crayon marks and also very helpful to see who doesn't. So this harness works great for dwarf goat bucks too. It remains on the buck and has never fallen off. He doesn't seem to mind it either.