Sprayline Livestock Marker
- Provides more minutes of “spray time” per can than other sheep stock markers
- Produces a controlled spray so letters and numbers are easy to read
- Marks last 3–7 weeks
- 200mL (or 400mL) aerosol cans with spray nozzle
- Available in red, blue, green, yellow, orange and purple
- Label design may vary
- Made in New Zealand
- How many numbers will a can produce?
- In our tests, a red 400 mL can produced approximately 450 numbers (2" to 3" in height) on a porous surface (burlap). Tip: Smaller numbers are more readable for a longer time.
- Is Sprayline scourable?
- It’s accepted as scourable in the UK, but not in the USA. (No, we cannot account for this.)
- Will Sprayline work on goats?
- Yes, but animals with that are haired (rather than wooled) will “wear” Sprayline for a shorter period of time. Even with sheep, Sprayline will last longer if used on a full fleece.
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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Elton M from Illinois
I’ve used these products for 28 years and they have always worked. I recommend Premier 1 to everyone I talk to.
Mary G from Michigan
A bit pricey for the size of the can, but it sprayed reliably and the color was very visible. We got through worming 70 lambs in good time with an 11-year-old marking them. No problems.
Linda B from Texas
I really like using these spray markers. It’s easier to mark moving animals, especially the lambs. The marks remain pretty long as well. Just so much easier than stick markers!
Karen S from New York
Love this stuff. I mark my sheep and lambs and it stays on a long time even with the weather. Also works great on wrapped round bales to mark.
Matt C from Kentucky
Works well we have used a variety of colors for a couple years, seems to stay visible for about 4–6 weeks when on a pasture environment, even longer in confinement. We now only use on the head/neck because it does stain wool even as it grows out and that stain does not scour (product doesn’t claim that it does) but it does not change the texture of the wool like marking crayons or marking harness crayons do. (No waxy film.) Overall I feel that if you must mark this is the best way to do it.