- Dimensions: 9-1/4" x 5-3/4"
- Width of spoon: 1-11/16"
- String ties are 15" long
- Made of heavy duty yellow plastic that does not break in use
- Made in only one size that will fit any breed of sheep
How to Use
We rarely use this retainer on its own. If a ewe prolapes, we immediately use both a retainer and a harness. After the ewe stops straining (normally 2 to 3 days), we remove the retainer and somewhat loosen the harness.
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Ashley H from Texas
I have show wether that had anal prolapse. It does work. I used it for 3 days.
Jeannette W from New Hampshire
Well constructed, smooth material… let’s hope I do not need it.
Kenneth K from Kentucky
Not bad made, but very sharp edges. Molding was not trimmed at all. Would be very hard on your girls. Deburring tool takes it right off. But I would expect this to come in ready to use.
Dolly S from California
Works great! Excellent product.
David Z from Pennsylvania
The prolapse retainer is a great product. We had a ewe with a large prolapse. First we tried just the prolapse harness, but that didn't work to well. The prolapse retainer did the job and kept it in. The ewe had one big lamb. The lambs front feet got caught on the retainer and couldn't be born. We had to remove the retainer and assist with the birth. After the birth we reinserted the retainer. The ewe is doing well.