- 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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Lee M from Texas
Kept one in the lambing box for 5 years before I needed it and I'm sure glad I did! This year I needed it. Works very well! Better than the vet's stitches! This was my first prolapse (and hopefully last) and this inexpensive little device has made both me and my ewe feel lots better! I'd say keep one on hand just in case! Better to have a chance than to be sorry!