AUTOMATICALLY WEIGH YOUR LAMBS AT LAMB MARKING.
EID LAMBS EASILY IN THE VETMARKER
The Vetmarker® is a lamb marking chute/cradle that puts lambs on their feet when they are released, reducing the risk of injury to both lamb and operator. Lambs are loaded into the Vetmarker® where EID tagging, ear-marking, vaccinating, castration, drenching, and scabine vaccination can be done with ease from either side of the machine. The straight rollers, in a deep V help prevent the lambs from getting their legs stuck or escaping.
There is also an option to add a double spray unit to suit farmers who require the spray to be administered in both the crutch and either the shoulder or the rump area of the lamb. (See other products for more information)
Also available is a Vetmarker for Weighing Lambs. Please refer to Weigh Vetmarker® for more details.
To view other video demonstrations go to our "How it Works" page
|WHY PURCHASE A VETMARKER COMPARED TO OTHER LAMB MARKING EQUIPMENT.|
The Vetmarker® is the only Patented system that releases lambs onto their feet.
Precision Engineering for superior strength and durability
An automatic spray system for flystrike application
The deep V configuration of the rollers holds the lambs in better.
Spring loaded, high impact rollers with RR48 Bearings.
Fully height adjustable so the person removing the tail is not bent over.
Self locks onto yards – no need to tie on.
Lambs don’t get their legs stuck between the rollers
Lambs are held in position for tail removal, without leg hooks on the Prime Vetmarker
One upright bar frees up working space, this also makes it even easier to load
A labour unit is saved when the automatic spray unit is applied
NO pulling lambs out of the chute and NO dropping them on the ground
There is less stress on the lambs because they are not manually held for any period of time and are only in the Vetmarker® for a very short time depending on operations
Staff, don’t get shoulder strain as they don’t have to pull lambs out of the Vetmarker
Five year warranty on engineering
Designed by a sheep farmer for farmers