Small Flock Drencher
- Drench nozzle: 4"
- Brass ball on end prevents tissue damage
- Marked in 5 mL increments up to 30 mL
How to Use
- Place nozzle in dewormer and fill the drencher by pulling the plunger out.
- Set adjustable nut on plunger to desired amount.
- Place nozzle in animal's mouth and depress plunger.
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.
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Mike M from New York
John L from Missouri
This drenching gun works as it should. I have had no problems with it and used it 4 times, just clean it when you’re done. I put a little coating of olive oil on the “O” ring to key it from sticking and be careful not to pinch it when reassembling and it should work just fine. As for adjusting the dosage as was mentioned by another reviewer, the stopper on the shaft is adjustable by 1cc. This is a great inexpensive drench gun for a small flock.
Isaac C from Ohio
I don’t know what the negative reviews are talking about. Mine works great. I drenched 30 ewes and my lambs with no trouble at all. O-ring worked fine, held suction, and only dripping is what is left in the metal pipe. If you’ve got a small flock and are wondering if this is good, go ahead and get it. It’s a great cheap drench gun that holds up. I’ve found everything Premier 1 offers is quality.
Jose R from Florida
The rubber o-ring is oversized and does not seat well making cleanup a hassle.
Michael W from Oregon
Absolute junk!!! Tolerances are so loose the syringe would not hold suction and the wormer free flows out. There are no gradations on the plunger to set the stop to measure how much is given. Tried two different drenchers I had purchased and both were junk. I am saddened that Premier 1 is selling such a low quality product since the organization has repeatedly promoted the quality of their products and that they test the products they sell on their farm.