Small Flock Drencher
Used for administering dewormers and oral medicine to sheep and goats.
A practical size for flocks of up to 10 or more head. Keep hand for single dosing individual animals in larger flocks.
- 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.
Ivomec Drench, 1000 mLItem #888119 -
Liquid drench for the treatment and control of parasites in sheep, including barber pole worm.$106.00
Valbazen, 500 mLItem #888121 -
Valbazen oral suspension (drench) for use in sheep, cattle and goats. Popular for treating liver flukes and tapeworms in select species.$56.00
Cydectin Sheep Drench, 1000 mLItem #888137 -
For treatment and control of Infections due to internal parasites of sheep including Barberpole worm.$95.00
Ivermectin Sheep Drench (generic)Item #888150 -
For the treatment and control of adult fourth-stage larvae in sheep. For animal use only.$70.00
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Jodi R from Oregon
Not the best made product. Once filled it leaks out and you have wasted wormer. I do like the option that you can set it a draw out appropriate amount.
Leslie W from Virginia
I like this drench gun, but the screw for the dosage continuously slides down and messes up what I think I am dosing, or gets in the way of refilling. Fixed that with some super glue. Also, the O-ring becomes loose very quickly and needs replacing—after washing the syringe about 4 times, it is toast. Wish they would fix it as I like it otherwise. I recommend with reservations.
Kate D from South Dakota
Super easy to use! Great for our deworming/drenching needs.
Harry N from Virginia
Love the size. Not sure the vacuum to hold the drench in is tight enough and if working sheep and holding often dripped drench out. I tightened the shaft and backing but still not sure. And the lock screw to have set measurement is too loose (may be because it’s new and I need to put some dirt on it.) Several times in middle of drenching I had to back it off. It is what I wanted and is diff than others I have and MAYBE will be adjusted to be a better tool to help a single shepherd take care of his sheep.
Mike M from New York