Temporary nylon loop tag for lambs and goat kids.
Customize your tags! We can customize your tags with consecutive numbers or farm/ranch name. Usually shipped within 2 business days.
How to order—see "Customization" below. If ordering "blank" tags, type "blank" in the Customization Instructions box in the shopping cart.
Not Scrapie Approved.
- Actual size: 1.5" x 0.38"
- 1-piece tag.
- 20 tags per package.
- Use Applicator, sold separately under "Accessories Tab" above.
- Tag colors in order of visibility and contrast of the printed numbers: Yellow, White, Orange, Lime Green, Lilac, Light Blue, Purple, Red and Dark Blue.
Custom printing details…
- Order tags above.
- Determine imprint
- Numbers must be consecutive with or without repeating farm/ranch names. Up to 13 characters and 1 line per side.
- Logos/Brands a one-time $15 setup fee per design.
- Imprint location - male side, female side or both. Note: We will print both sides (male and female) unless otherwise specified.
- Enter tag numbers/letters either in the "Customization Instructions" box in the Shopping Cart or the "Comments" box on the Payment Options screen.
- Custom-imprinted tags are not returnable.
How do I order…
- Blank Tags—Enter package quantity of tags above and type "blank" in the Customization Instructions box in the shopping cart.
- Individual names, numbers or replacement tags—Specific animal names on each tag as well as individual numbers out of sequence can be done. But it takes much more machine time per tag so the cost per tag is $2.50/tag and please call Premier at 1-800-282-6631.
Qwik Tags are not hand-writable.
Note: We will print both sides (male and female) unless otherwise specified.
Inserting Tags In Cold Weather
Plastic tags (all brands) are much easier to install if they are warm. Why? As the temperature drops below freezing plastic becomes less flexible (more stiff) and forcing the male point of a tag through the female takes many more lbs. of pressure (because the female must expand).
So if you care about your hands it’s a good idea to keep the tags above freezing in very cold weather. It takes very little to do this. One method is to simply store them while tagging in a small bucket, cardboard box or tool box with a lid alongside a sealed pop bottle full of warm water. The warm water will keep both the air and the tags warmer in the container.
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Bonnie D from California
Quick delivery, they called beforehand to verify how I wanted the printing, good colors of tags, easy to apply to small lambs... Good price, though shipping high.
Terry H from Tennessee
I have used these tags from Premier for the last 5 years. Quality is always great turnaround has always been quick and price is great.
Leslie T from Oregon
I really like these ear tags. They are easy to use and are not real heavy for use on lambs.
Carmen S from Texas
I like it!! easy to use in baby sheeps
Polly M from Maryland
i've only been raising lambs for five years. i used the scrapie tags (because they were free) for the first three, but last year switched to the qwik tags because the lambs kept losing their tags by catching in fences or electronet. sometimes a lamb would die in the electronet because the tag got caught. it looked to me like the covering for the male part of the qwik tag would prevent that kind of catching (as another reviewer also pointed out) so i decided to try these. they were GREAT! i tagged 121 lambs last year. lost one tag. two others must have gotten caught because they turned around in the ear hole, but remained in the ear. that is phenomally better than past years. if only one lamb out of more than a hundred loses its tag, i can look at my records and know who it is and retag it.
this year, i used yellow tags for embryo-derived lambs, green ones for AI-derived lambs and mauve tags for every one else. i put them in the left ear for ram lambs, and right ear for ewe lambs. it makes it so easy to know who's who.
the only drawback is that the numbers are small and you have to get fairly close to the lamb to read the number (which is why i didn't give it a five star rating). but that's still a wonderful improvement to having no tag at all. last fall i sent some really beautiful sheep, with incredible fleeces, to the auction because they had lost their tags and i didn't know who was who and couldn't in all honesty register their lambs. such a pity. hopefully that will be a much rarer event now.