Adjustable belly strap with quick release buckle helps keep blanket in place when calf is lying down. Premium design, built to stay in place. Chest closure and adjustable rear leg straps feature quick release buckles for easy on and off.
Quick release buckles - no Velcro to get matted. Udder Tech Calf Blankets are available with a single or double layer of Thinsulate insulation to best suit your environment. Belly strap keeps blanket snug when calf is lying down.
Constructed of zinc-plated tubing and durable polypropylene strap webbing, padded between udder and rear legs. Lightweight, durable sling aids in getting a cow on her feet and regaining proper circulation.
Capacity plus 50% overload factor. Includes two-section tubular steel shaft, wide cast aluminum breechen, and special cable hook for OB use on the patented Power Pull. Has 9' of aircraft cable with 1500 lb.
It is a two-tube guide that is 38" long for insertion into a cow. OB wire saw (#17141) is threaded around the fetal structure to be severed, inside the cow, and the Fetatome is used as a wire guide to shield the cow's tissues from damage during the sawing...
OB Gel, 10 count OB sleeves, 16 oz. Be prepared to assist in the birth of lambs and kids. Triodine 7 for umbilical cord care, and 8 oz. Chlorhexidine disinfectant, 5 oz. Nutri Drench to provide quick energy to mother and babies.
Handy black plastic quick-release buckles with slides fasten easily and provide quick strap adjustments for a secure fit. A breeding season must-have! Made from heavy-duty nylon for durable, dependable performance.
The cam jack moves easily on smooth shaft. Tension is released with the press of a lever. Popular, dependable calf puller has stood the test of time. Has wide cast aluminum breechen, and two section shaft that can be disassembled for easy storage.
Designed with the safety of both the lamb and ewe in mind. Plastic coated 1/8" airplane cable is stiff enough to hold its shape. Shaped end allows operator to direct head after cable is placed behind ears.
When properly aimed at the uterus, the display will show a pattern or spike indicating pregnancy and no spike if the animal is open. Because palpatation is not usually a practical option for smaller farm animals, an ultrasound is the best option available...