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The American Dairy Goat Association requires all goats to be tattooed. Tattooing is an easy way to permanently identify your goats. Holes are punctured under your goat's skin and then filled with ink. When the skin grows back over the holes the ink still shows through. Includes: Tongs w/ear release, Numbers Set 0-9, Complete Alphabet, Tattoo Carrying Case, Roll On Green Ink
Available in 5/16" Suitable for small ear breeds and Lamanchas or 3/8" for Boers and Nubians
Complete alphabet for tattooing. Available in 5/16" for small ear breeds and Lamanchas and 3/8" for Boers and Nubians.
Tattoo Number Set 0-9
Complete number set for tattooing. Available in 5/16" for small ear breeds and Lamanchas and 3/8" for Boers and Nubians.
Perfect case to hold all your tattoo supplies. The foam insert securely organizes the tattoo numbers and letters making it easy to find the right one.
Roll On Green Ink
Quality liquid green tattoo ink in a plastic roll-on bottle is easy to use and less messy than jars or tubes. Green shows up on darker-eared goats. 2-oz. bottle.
Kid ID Bands
If you have trouble remembering which goat is which, (especially when the kids are born) try these plastic-backed paper collars with the self-fastening adhesive ends for identification. Bands stay well fastened and are easy to write on.
Package of 20
Available in 2 sizes: 10” and 20” lengths.