Premier Branding Irons
Rounded paint branding irons make fast drying, clean, visible numbers on animals. Use to identify culls and keepers, pregnancy scan results, treated and untreated and matching lambs to mothers.
- Uses less fluid per mark
- Smears less
- Dries faster than flat brands
Use with SI-RO-MARK™ Marking Fluid.
- 3" tall numbers
- Set of 9 numbers (Invert number 6 to make a number 9)
- Hot-dip galvanized for extra life
- Made of wire rod
How to Use
- Dip the face of the branding iron into the marking paint
- Tap excess paint off against the can a couple of times
- Press it firmly against the wool
- Let the sheep go after branding to prevent rubbing and smearing
- Clean irons with either mineral spirits or warm soapy water and elbow grease. SI-RO-MARK™ Marking Fluid is (lanolin based).
For more information, see our video above.
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Brian S from Texas
Just what I was looking for and the price was right.
Phil R from Colorado
We purchased these paint branding irons to brand lambs with the mothers number. this worked very well for us as we can associate lambs with mothers at a distance. These round irons leave a neat and easy to read number. We put the ewe's number on her back also. We have Dorper hair sheep.
Christopher G from WI
These irons make a clear crisp mark. I'll never go back to spray paint.
charles m from South Carolina
These work great for St Croix Hair sheep on both ewes and lambs. I plan to use them when we boost CDT in late gestation to make ewe ID so much easier with our pasture lambing system.
Stefanie L from montana
These are the perfect size for lambs and ewes! We made a board that holds a pint of paint with bent nails across the top to hold each iron, so handy!