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Syrvet Livestock Marker Red Paintstick

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Syrvet Livestock Marker Red Paintstick

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Instant identification for all farm animals! Produces highly visible, long-lasting marks in an easy-to-use push-up dispenser. A useful tool for all types of animal handling from sorting to vaccinations to artificial insemination. Will mark on both wet and dry hides. Nontoxic and safe for all animals. 4". Use an All-Weather Paintstik for fast sure identification of cattle sheep poultry and hogs. This highly-visible nontoxic paint resists weather and fading. Applies easily with slight pressure. Great for marking skin hide pelt - wet or dry. Each stick has a protective sleeve that allows maximum use of stick.
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SKU 050250033
Model LMRED-E
Weight 0.1900
Color No
Size No
Width N/A
In Store Only No
Price $1.49
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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  • From Tom at 3/25/14 3:39 PM
    • Q: I like the marker a lot, but wondered about the easiest way to remove the marking without using any strong chemicals.
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    • A: Hello,
      I spoke with the manufacturer. They said the best way to get this off is with water, soap, and a scrub brush. They said that it will take it a little while but it is the best way.
      Thank you
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