SI-RO-MARK™ Marking Fluid
- 1.06 gallon
- Made in Australia specifically for use on sheep as a marking fluid
SI-RO-MARK is available from sheep and wool supply firms throughout the USA. If you do not find it at your farm and ranch store, have them contact Premier. (We're the national importer and distributor.)
How to Use
- Shake tin and stir well with a broad flat paddle before using.
- Dip the face of the Premier Branding Iron in the fluid and press firmly against the sheep.
- Let the sheep go after branding to prevent rubbing and smearing.
Marking will last 2-4 months with variables (such as weather, wool etc).
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Handling EquipmentItem #911900 -
Panels allow animals to be diverted through the side of the chute. Enables 3-way sorting with a single pass of a herd or flock through the chute.$260.00
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Erica D from Florida
Takes too long to dry. Useless on live animals that move and possibly touch others or objects before the paint is dry.
Todd W from Indiana
Looks good for a couple weeks and then begins to wear off.
Susan B from Washington
It has been a long time since i used paint at lambing time. Trying to cut expenses this year, so thought I would try it instead of ear tags in baby lambs. the only reason rating a 3 star is haven't used it yet.
Phil R from Colorado
I haven't used sheep branding paint for years. this paint is bright and dries in a couple of hours. Irons clean-up nice with warm soap and water. We used the color blue.
Christopher G from WI
I switched to using this and branding irons instead of spray-on. I'll never go back. makes a crisp readable mark with the irons. I also found that for making a simple "dot" or line to mark animals for sorting, an old fashioned thumb-pump oil can works well. I also love that it cleans up with soap and water.