Small Flock Drencher
- 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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Caroline S from Colorado
Great little drencher. Much sturdier than I thought it would be for the price. Works just fine for me!
Norman R from Washington
For a small flock of twenty sheep the drencher is a time saver when worming or treating an animal. The nozzle slides into the corner of the mouth and you are done. Move on to the next animal. My wife and I are glad we purchased this product.
Timothy H from KFarm in Northern CA
Bought two (one spare) for worming 38 alpacas. Easy to use. Stronger than it looks. The only issue is that the plunger O ring is difficult to reinsert inside the tube after cleaning. Just use water and suck it into the tube instead of disassembly. Comes with spare O ring and gasket.
jason w from indiana
for a larger flock i would recommend a better tool as in an auto drencher, but for the small flock or the sick animal that needs a drench, its a lot easier then hooking up an auto drencher for 1 or 2 critters.
Joe J from Iowa
Performs quite well, especially in relation to its price. It does have a few downfalls, however. The tip is somewhat sensitive, and may break at the base if exposed to enough force from the sheep while drenching. I have rethreaded the base once in order to repair it, and it has worked flawlessly since. The clear gasket retained by the plunger has quite loose tolerances, and will fold past the recess it is in unless it is inserted in the syringe in a specific way. It also has a marginal leak at the tip, but this causes no problem if you invert the syringe until use. And only apply moderate torque to the cap, mine has already cracked mildly. In total, I have used this on at least 250 head and it is still functioning.