- 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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Bonnie Y from Ohio
Got this product for a goat doe that had prolapsed. It wasn't in time for her but about a week later I found another goat with a prolapse. I used the retainer and the harness and successfully got the prolapse back in the goat. This process went pretty well, but it can be kind of hard when you are doing it yourself. Make sure you get the harness fitted before you put in the retainer. The doe did kid around the retainer and the harness. The kids were early and she dropped them between 10 pm and 8 am so the kids did not make it.
However, I would definitely use the product again and suggest everyone with breeding sheep or goats have the retainers and prolapse harness on hand. I bought four of the retainers and two of the harnesses so I have them on hand in the future.
Brother A from Maine
Excellent product. It was very easy to insert and caused the ewe no problems.
Sarah K from West Virginia
Worked exactly like it is supposed to.
Carolyn B from Kentucky
Haven’t had to use this yet but have seen it used on another farm. That’s why I bought one. Extremely helpful in saving ewes and lambs.
Leslie T from Oklahoma
Worked great for my ewe with a small prolapse. Only thing I would change is to make the opening for the tail a bit wider, as it cut off circulation to her tail. I fixed it easily with scissors and a lighter to widen the opening. A clip on the top strap would be great as well, but then I am just getting picky! :)