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Livestock Equipment Identification Categories of Use
Castration or Tail Docking Burdizzo Emasculatome
Castration or Tail Docking Elastrator
Castration or Tail Docking Emasculator
Breeding, Reproduction, Birthing French Straw Gun
Breeding, Reproduction, Birthing Hog Breeding Spirette
Breeding, Reproduction, Birthing Marking Harness
Breeding, Reproduction, Birthing Obstetrical Chain
Medication & Preventive Health Care Balling Gun
Medication & Preventive Health Care Cow Magnet
Medication & Preventive Health Care Disposable Syringe
Medication & Preventive Health Care Drench Gun
Medication & Preventive Health Care Esophageal Feeder
Medication & Preventive Health Care Ewe Prolapse Retainer
Medication & Preventive Health Care Artery Forceps (Hemostat)
Medication & Preventive Health Care Lamb Tube Feeder
Medication & Preventive Health Care Multidose Syringe
Medication & Preventive Health Care Needle Teeth Nippers
Medication & Preventive Health Care Tooth Float
Animal Identification Branding Iron
Animal Identification Ear Notcher
Animal Identification Ear Tag Applicator
Animal Identification Paint Stick
Animal Identification Slap Tattooer
Animal Identification Tattoo Pliers
Foot Care Foot Trimming Shears
Foot Care Hoof Knife
Foot Care Hoof Pick
Dehorning Barnes Dehorner
Grooming Sweat Scrape
Grooming Wool Card
Animal Restraint Hog Snare
Animal Restraint Nose Lead
Animal Restraint Pig Hurdle
Animal Restraint Twitch
Farm Management Fence Pliers
Farm Management Implant Gun
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