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WQAZ Shepherd Ear tag 100 Sets Numbered Goats Ear Tags Livestock

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WQAZ Shepherd Ear tag 100 Sets Numbered Goats Ear Tags Livestock

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Product description

Color:Green

Material of ear tag: It is made of special TPU, more flexible, softer, longer service life, no hurt the animals. The nail button with sharp end is easy to be nailed on ears. High quality and durable material can withstand extreme environment and weather conditions.
Easy to manage: Four colors. Bright color with large numbers,the animals can be visible to the naked eye, easy to manage.
Widely application: Apply in animal husbandry, breeding population, epidemic prevention and control, meat quarantine, and all the field of information management for animals or livestock. Ear tags are a must for cattle/sheep ranchers, it insures you can track and prevent theft for your herd.
printing: Each item has a number by printed, not easy to fade, which is practical and convenient to use. The Logo can be customized if the order over 1000.

Material: TPU
Color: Yellow / Green / Blue / Red
Tag Size: 53 * 18.7mm / 2.09 * 0.74inches
Nail Button Diameter: 29.3 * 6.97mm / 1.15 * 0.27inches
Type: Farm Animals Accessories
Function: Information Management for Animals and Livestock
Number: Pre-printed with Series Numbers

Package Content:
100pcs Ear Tag (including 100pcs tags + 100pcs backs)
"**Purchase Notes**
*Because it is manual measurement, please allow 1-3% error and make sure not to mind ordering.
*Product photos are taken in kind, because the light is different from the display, so the color may be different. The product will be subject to the actual product received.
Shipping policy:
1. The standard logistics services are small postal parcels, logistics lines and air mail. The transportation time takes 20 to 40 days (except for special holidays).
2. If you haven't received the order within 30 days after payment, please contact us. We will track your order and contact you as soon as possible. Our goal is to satisfy customers!"br"3. If you like our products, please keep all 5 stars (description a

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