- Matching lambs and mothers.
- Identifying fat, thin, diseased or cull animals in pens and chutes.
Q: Why is this now called Sprayline instead of SuperSprayline?
A: It's the identical product in the identical cans from the identical manufacturer. However the SuperSprayline label includes the name of a British supplier (Britain is the biggest market in the world for sheep spray markers)—and their company name is the same as an agribusiness in the USA that we like and respect. So we switched to cans labeled for the New Zealand market.
How many numbers will a can produce? In our tests, a red 400 ml can of Sprayline produced approximately 450 numbers (2" to 3" in height) on a porous surface (burlap).
- Smaller numbers are more readable for a longer time.
- Sprayline will last longer if used with a full fleece. Animals with that are haired rather than wooled will "wear" Sprayline for a shorter period of time.
Accepted as scourable in the UK but not in the USA. (No, we cannot account for this.)
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Carmen S from Texas
Good producto to mark sheeps
David B from Eastern USA
This product is great for marking animals. It's bright and is long lasting.
Jeff from Iowa
Sprays too wide to use on a lamb compared to the previous brand. Using spray tips from old cans is making it workable.
Caryl B from Northern Virginia
The marking is easy to apply and goes on clearly, but it doesn't dry very rapidly (at least in winter temperatures) and smudges and rubs off easily, making some of the numbers on the lambs really hard to decipher when they run back to Ma and rub against her. People now tease me about my powder blue lambs. There's a different brand I tried that didn't smudge so badly and I'll probably go back to it. Sprayline still works, just I didn't find it quite as satisfactory as the other. Maybe it would be different in warmer weather. Love the color variety.